The New Year promises to be better with a more Eco-friendly business practices set to make the world a better place to live.
Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) January 04, 2013
Business Day with Terry Bradshaw announces a new series of segments covering the many aspects of making workplaces and businesses more environmentally friendly and ecologically smarter. The new series examines the beautification of American cities block by block in the Greening of America special and takes an in-depth look into the renewable and sustainable industries. As the New Year begins, those working in the alternative energy industry will see a rise in business. Solar power is emerging as one of the best ways to light and heat stores across the country, while saving its owners hundred of dollars on electric bills. Additionally, the program series uncovers astounding information about the environmental impact of commercial business on the planet. The best and most recent knowledge on topics relating to business and ecology is shared with the audience in these exciting and informative segments starting soon.
Bradshaw is a charismatic narrator and is known world-wide as a one of the best quarterbacks in the United States. He led the Pittsburgh Steelers to several Super Bowl wins and earned an MVP award for his leadership, talent and skills on the field. Known for his outgoing and charming personality, Bradshaw is often requested to speak at inspirational meetings and spiritual events. He is also a best-selling author, a guest actor of comedic television shows and a member of the Emmy-winning football pre-show for a national television network. Bradshaw is one of the most popular sports celebrities in the nation.
Business Day with Terry Bradshaw addresses the topics executives and management leaders face every day, as well as cover other topics relating to lifestyle. It dives into the industrial, financial and technological sectors uncovering new information about cost containment, e-commerce and work force management systems, and many more useful subjects. The informative program films throughout the United States and Canada and is broadcast on a variety of regional and national cable television networks. Viewers can find it in American cities like Detroit, Michigan, Nashville, Tennessee, San Francisco, California, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and more. Visit the show's Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages for more information it and its host.
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