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Jake: Among BusinessWeek’s Best
U.S. Entrepreneurs 25 and Under in 2007.
ONEHOPE CEO Jake Kloberdanz
Jake Kloberdanz, CEO of ONEHOPE, a Southern California winery that donates 50 percent of its profits to a variety of charities, drops in on The Alan Levy Show to discuss the company’s expansion into the global marketplace—and the role of social media in that effort. Launched in 2007 as Hope Wine, the ONEHOPE varietals (i.e. types of wine) include merlot, cabernet sauvignon, zinfandel, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay, proceeds from each of which help support and raise awareness for different causes, such as breast cancer, AIDS and autism.
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BlogTalkRadio's CEO Alan Levy interviews Nancy Loo, an Emmy Award-winning Anchor who brings an extensive background of international reporting to FOX News Chicago. Prior to joining the team as a co-anchor for FOX News at 5 a.m. and FOX News at Noon, Nancy's career took her on news assignments to England, China, Japan, Taiwan, North and South Korea, Thailand and the Philippines.
Cindi: Under her leadership, Bigelow produces
1.4 billion tea bags annually.
Tea Guru Cindi Bigelow
You may not know her face, but you know – and love – her brews. Bigelow Tea President Cindi Bigelow drops in on The Alan Levy Show to discuss how she has helped grow the 64-year old company into America’s leading producer of flavored teas, with annual sales of more than $120 million. She’ll also be treating five of host Alan Levy’s lucky listeners to a free Bigelow gift assortment, which sports 64 individually foil-wrapped tea bags.
Tune in July 28 at 11 a.m. ET to find out how you
can win one of five gift assortments (above).
“This is a long-term initiative designed
for sustainability,” says Bobby of (Product) RED.
An Inspi(RED) Bobby Shriver
Visits with Alan Levy
Helping humanity is an inveterate Kennedy tradition. So it should come as no surprise that Bobby Shriver is hard at work helping make Africa a healthier, more prosperous continent.
Today on The Alan Levy Show, host (and BlogTalkRadio CEO) Alan Levy welcomes Bobby for an in-depth interview about (Product) RED. Founded by Bobby and U2 frontman Bono in 2006, the marketing campaign raises money for the Global Fund, which in turn works to eliminate AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in African nations, while also stabilizing local economies.
Its corporate partners to date include American Express, Starbucks, Facebook, Apple and Armani. And here’s just a sampling of its celebrity pitchpeople: Gisele Bundchen, Penelope Cruz, Chris Rock and Christy Turlington.
Bobby – whose mom is Eunice Kennedy and (not that we’re name-dropping or anything) whose brother-in-law is Arnold Schwarzenegger – will also discuss his other career highlights.
For instance, did you know he was once part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles? Or that he’s chairman of the board of the Special Olympics? Or that…well, we’ve got to leave something for the interview.
Alan Levy is the co-founder and CEO of BlogTalkRadio. He created BlogTalkRadio in September 2006, inspired by a blog of his father who was dying of cancer. "His blog inspired me to create a medium where bloggers or anyone can use a phone to create a live streamed event which is then archived as a podcast". Alan Le
BlogTalkRadio Co-Founder and CEO Alan Levy celebrates 2012 and what's to come with BTR Staff and Hosts.
Alan will co-host the show with Amy Domestico, BlogTalkRadio Customer Service and Chitra Agrawal, BlogTalkRadio Marketing Director & welcome as his guests BlogTalkRadio hosts Sree Sreenivasan, Rodney Perry, Lara Galloway, Eric Olsen, Gael Sylvia, Anthony Donahue and Halli Casser-Jayne.
Alan will also be welcoming calls from listeners so tune in & call in with questions!
Co-Founder, President and CEO, Cinchcast and BlogTalkRadio
Alan is a co-founder of BlogTalkRadio and was the first host on the network. Alan, a serial entrepreneur came up with the idea of BlogTalkRadio in the spring of 2006, when he created a blog for his ailing father. Seeking a more interactive and engaging way of connecting with his readers, Alan and his co-founder Bob Charish thought that the phone would be a great way to enable bloggers to connect with their audiences. Since that time, BlogTalkRadio has broadcast and archived more than 2,000,000 radio shows.
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