Lebanon Transit has initiated a new campaign with the purpose of advocating for and supporting the numerous small businesses throughout Lebanon County.

Lebanon Commercial and Film Production Company, as well as Annubis Productions, produced over two dozen videos featuring the small businesses that are located along the various Lebanon Transit bus routes. The featured videos can be seen on Lebanon Transit’s website and will also be posted periodically on Lebanon Transit’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

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Each video shares a few short details about the specific business and describes what customers and visitors can expect when visiting. All of the businesses involved were given a quick, free promotional commercial and a Lebanon Transit window cling. The window cling indicates to community members the Lebanon Transit Route the particular business is located on. 

Besides the new videos, the website also shows the routes to take to arrive at each individual business.

  • Dairy Queen East: Route 4
  • Domino’s Pizza: Route 4, 8, 16
  • Downtown Lounge: Route 16, 16c
  • Fresh Donuts: Route 11, 8, 16
  • Jubilee Ministries Stores: Route 1, 8, 16
  • Lebanon Farmers Market: Route 1, 4, 6
  • Palmyra Bowling: Route 8, 16
  • Queen’s Natural Market: All Routes
  • Studio 15: Route 1, 4, 6
  • Timeless Cafe: Route 1, 4, 16
  • YMCA: All Routes
  • Swatara Coffee Company: Route 8,16
  • Downtown Lebanon: All Routes
  • Wrinkle and Boon: Route 8, 16
  • Allen Theatre and Backstage Cafe: Route 8,16
  • Filling Station: Route 8,16
  • La Placita: Route 8, 16
  • Wertz Candies: Route All Routes
  • Lebanon Valley Mall: Route 1,8,16
  • Visit Lebanon Valley: Route 1, 4, 6
  • Lebanon Federal Credit Union: Route 17
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The full detailed schedules of each Lebanon Transit route can be found on the website.

Any business located in Lebanon County may contact Lebanon Transit to participate in the free window cling promotion. To contact Lebanon Transit, send an email to rideon@lebanontransit.org.


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