As a Free Public Service to our viewers NBC2 Anchors, Reporters, and Meteorologists offer to appear at community events or informative meetingsif time and circumstances allow. Please fill out the form below and submit it.
Please include all the details of your request so we may give it thorough consideration. Requests must be made at least 6 weeks prior to the date of your event. Should we be able to fulfill your request, we will contact you within two weeks to discuss the request directly. Please understand the volume of requests and anchor availability will determine whether or not we can fulfill your needs.
Thank you very much for inviting NBC2 to be part of your event.
This is a request form for promotional appearances ONLY and is not related to news coverage...if you have a news tip; please contact the News Desk directly at 939-2020, or email us.
Request an anchor or reporter to attend your event.
Most Popular Stories
Relax, binge watchers: Netflix is not adding commercials
Netflix is setting the record straight: It's not adding commercials.
Cards Against Humanity hiring card writers for $40 per hour
If you or someone you know is looking for a job and can be both vulgar and offensive, then look no further.
Florida man sets raccoon on fire for eating his mangoes
A Florida man is accused of setting a raccoon on fire in his front yard in an attempt to kill it.
Man fatally stabbed while trying to stop friend from driving drunk
A man is facing charges after he allegedly stabbed his childhood friend to death early Sunday morning.
One seriously hurt in ATV crash
At least one person was seriously hurt and taken to the hospital after a crash involving an ATV in Lehigh Acres.
Car accident turns into 'blessing' for homeless Fort Myers veteran
When 29-year old Army veteran Ken McDaniel came to Fort Myers two years after serving overseas, he couldn’t catch a break.
Boil water notice issued for Charlotte Harbor Water Association customers
A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for all residents of Charlotte Harbor Water Association.
Rudy Giuliani says 'truth isn't truth'
Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's attorney, said Sunday that "truth isn't truth" when explaining that he won't let special counsel Robert Mueller rush Trump into testifying because he doesn't want investigators to trap the President into a lie.
Lakeland woman arrested for stealing at least 10 identities
A Lakeland woman was arrested after deputies say she stole at least 10 identities.
Video shows woman in wheelchair riding in back of pickup truck through Tampa
A video of what appears to be a woman on a wheelchair riding in the back of a truck bed in Florida has gone viral.