Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
The producers of Net Worth TV are preparing a segment about how to protect corporate assets during periods of civil unrest. In light of the demonstrations occurring in various parts of the country, the show’s producers wish to inform the audience of the different ways small to large companies can minimize the risk to workers, merchandise and valuable equipment. The show features the best of American businesses and includes interviews with those who have forged a new direction in their industry.
The show’s host is Terry Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback from the Pittsburgh Steelers. His popularity began on the football field while leading the storied team to four Super Bowl titles and picking up two Super Bowl MVP awards. Terry is just as popular now as he was then. From the locker room to the Board room, he has become a hot commodity in corporate America. He is a favorite motivational speaker and an often- requested celebrity for endorsing companies and their products. His well-known outgoing personality and credibility are key factors in his continuing celebrity. Throw in some cameo appearances in a few major motion pictures and close to a hundred appearances on the Jay Leno show, and the reason is clear why Terry Bradshaw is a great host and segment narrator for the Net Worth TV show.
The program delves into many topics in different fields such technology, finance and business. It explores stories of interest to professionals and introduces the viewer to emerging technologies and companies carving a niche in the field. The show is headquartered in South Florida. The program films on location throughout the United States and Canada, and is broadcast on regional and national cable television networks. Please visit Net Worth TV on Facebook and Twitter for more information or to post a note to our host and staff.
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