OMEGA Processing Partners with Fort Thomas Matters on Locally Based Podcast Series

January 14, 2015

‘Radio Show’ format to cover pertinent community topics with variety of featured speakers

Building upon 2014’s extremely successful Election-season podcast series, OMEGA Processing Solutions (www.omegap.com) and FortThomasMatters (www.FortThomasMatters.com) are partnering on a year-long podcast series featuring local guests talking about local issues. The sponsorship is an integral part of OMEGA Processing’s commitment to community and service in its hometown.

The podcast series debuted this week featuring an interview with River City News editor/publisher Michael Monks. Plans call for a new episode of Fort Thomas Radio approximately every three weeks throughout 2015. Episodes can be downloaded via both PodBean and iTunes store.

“The podcasts for the election season went very well,” commented Mark Collier, Owner/Editor of FortThomasMatters.com. “There is nobody else in the region doing this on a local level. FTM and OMEGA Processing are partnering on this project because we both believe Fort Thomas Radio fills a need for this type of programming in our market.”

“Our support of the Fort Thomas Radio podcast series is another way OMEGA Processing is demonstrating our commitment to community. We became involved on the ground floor and are excited to watch Fort Thomas Radio gain momentum and grow,” said OMEGA Processing Solutions CEO, Scott Anderson.

About FortThomasMatters.com

Fort Thomas Matters is an online news source covering local, county, regional, and state issues and events that affect Fort Thomas, Kentucky, residents. Visit www.fortthomasmatters.com for the top source of local Fort Thomas news and commentary.

About OMEGA Processing Solutions

OMEGA Processing Solutions offers electronic payments processing, point-of-sale systems, funding and customer gift card and loyalty programs, to over 7,000 merchants nationwide. OMEGA has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and is a member of the BBB Center for Marketplace Ethics Leadership Circle. For more information, please visit www.omegap.com or call 866.888.9724.