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Text Alerts: How do they work?

Mobile Text Alerts (SMS Alerts) from The Herald Whig fall into six main groups:

Breaking News Alerts: These are sent from The Hearld Whig Newsroom from an autodialed system at the discretion of the news staff when a story or event is of significant interest or has a significant impact on our audience as a whole.  Sign up for these alerts.

Club WHIG: Up to four times each month The Herald-Whig will send text alerts to members of the Mobile Rewards Club (MRC) from an autodialed system. These alerts may include, but are not limited to: invitations to participate in a contest, a special discount or offer from a partner business or organization, an invitation to attend an event, an invitation to join a local mobile club.  The Herald-Whig prides itself on respecting the personal relationship many of our subscribers have with their mobile phones.  We make significant efforts to ensure that the messages you receive are likely to have value to you. While not every message will be of interest to every subscriber, we aim to offer a mix of attractive offers and valuable information, all while having some fun! Sign up for these alerts.

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