Media — June 22, 2012 at 9:23 am

The Washington Times Announces “Greater Washington Board of Trade Business of Washington Report”

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

June 12th, 2012

The Washington Times Announces “Greater Washington Board of Trade Business of Washington Report”

The Washington Times announces “Greater Washington Board of Trade Business of Washington Report” on the Andy Parks Show starting on June 11th, 2012 and airing each Monday at 5:15 PM.  An additional weekly report featuring Greater Washington Board of Trade members and business leaders will air Thursdays at 5:15 PM.

Andy Parks will interview Jim Dinegar and guest(s) of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.  The report will be broadcast on Washington Times radio, as well as through various digital channels.

The Greater Washington Board of Trade and The Washington Times are partnering in this endeavor as “The Voice of Business in the Washington Region”.  Audiences include greater Washington area businesses, local communities and the Hill, as well as thought leaders and decision makers in the nation’s capital.

“This region is the land of opportunity.  So much is going on here that we needed to expand the outlets for sharing,” said Jim Dinegar, President and CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.  “This partnership with The Washington Times extends our reach, offers business leaders and influencers wonderful insight on how they can grow their business and participate in this community.”

The Washington Times is a prominent and influential voice among policy makers, business leaders and a large, actively engaged audience.  The Greater Washington Board of Trades’ segments on ‘Andy Parks: Live From The Washington Times’ provides a powerful platform from which to communicate these important challenges and accomplishments with our metropolitan region,” said George Longwell, Senior Director, Media and Integrated Partnerships of The Washington Times.

The Washington Times will support the feature with ongoing promotion of the show and featured sponsors via print, digital and broadcast channels, as well as other venues within the community.

Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer of The Washington Times, Thomas J. Culligan, added, “We are very pleased to be working with the Greater Washington Board of Trade to give voice to the important issues, initiatives and objectives of the businesses in the area.”

The Washington Times LLC is a newspaper and multi-media company headquartered in Washington, D.C. It publishes The Washington Times, Washington Times National Weekly, washingtontimes.com and Times247.com. It has gained a reputation for thorough news coverage, hard-hitting investigative reporting and exacting commentary. The afternoon drive show “Andy Parks: Live From The Washington Times” enjoys ever-increasing popularity in the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.  It can be heard in the Washington area on 730 AM and 102.9 FM from 3:00-6:00 PM.

For more information, please contact:

Marana Moore, Director of Public Relations
maranamoore@washingtontimes.com
202-636-2904

 


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