Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 29, 2004 -
A stellar lineup of small business and political experts are scheduled to be on the Tammy SaysÂ Show on Monday, November 1. Several political and small business experts will be on the internet radio show hosted by African American radio entrepreneur and speaker, Tammy Camper.
Donna Brazile, Chair of the Democratic National CommitteeÂs Voting Rights Institute (VRI) and veteran Democratic political strategist, is the former Campaign Manager for Gore-Lieberman 2000 Â the first African American to lead a major presidential campaign will start the show with discussion on why itÂs important to vote and specifically about the Democratic PartyÂs Agenda for a better America. Also on MondayÂs show will be Susan Au Allen, President of the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce; Todd McCracken, President of the National Small Business Association; and Tony Salazar, Deputy General Counsel for Provident Bank, President of the Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund (JREF), a nonprofit organization that provides funding to start-up and growing businesses in Howard County and candidate for Congress in MarylandÂs 7th Congressional District.
Tammy will also discuss 2 Presidential election polls conducted by KnowledgeStorm Inc. with Raj Gajwani, Director of Market Intelligence. The first poll, with 5,000 respondents, showed that Senator Kerry wins the ÂbusinesswomenÂ vote by 5% and President Bush wins the ÂbusinessmanÂ vote by 15%. The second poll, with 1165 respondents all from the computers & technology industry showed another divide among the sexes. The results were that Senator Kerry wins the U.S. technology businesswoman vote by 17.3% and President Bush wins the U.S. Technology businessman vote by 7.4%.
It has been found that the war in Iraq is most important to small business leaders, even more than economic issues. And itÂs not just on the Presidential election level. Many of the races across the country are going neck and neck which is when the small-business vote is most likely to make the difference. Tammy Camper, Host of the Tammy SaysÂ show says ÂI feel blessed to be able to bring this group of distinguished people up close and personal with my audience of business owners to have an opportunity to ask questions directly of these business experts who will enlighten us about the election, the Parties and the issues that have an impact on their particular business group.Â The Tammy SaysÂ show is broadcast on SurfNet Media Group, an Internet digital entertainment media and publically traded company.
About Brazile Associates
Brazile & Associates LLC assists corporate clients with diversity training, earned media strategies, crisis management and message development. The firm is dedicated to providing a full range of strategic communications, public affairs, issue advocacy and grassroots political training to non-profit organizations, trade unions, academic institutions and small businesses. For more information visit http://www.brazileassocates.com
About National Small Business Alliance
Since 1937, the National Small Business Association has been an advocate for the interests of small businesses throughout the country, reaching over 150,000 small businesses today. We are proud to be the first national small business advocacy organization in the United States. For more information visit http://www.nsba.biz
About U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce
The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) was founded in 1984 as a national, non-profit business organization representing all Asian Americans and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services. USPAACC represents more than one ethnic group. USPAACC members' heritage includes China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, Korea, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, Mongolia and Indonesia. For more information visit http://www.uspaacc.com
About Tony Salazar
Tony Salazar, 45, is on a leave of absence from his job as Deputy General Counsel for Provident Bank so that he can campaign full-time for the U.S. Congress. He is currently serving as president of the Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund, treasurer of Leadership Howard County, and Howard County soccer coach. He lives in Ellicott City with his wife and three children. For more information about Tony Salazar, visit his website at http://www.VoteSalazar.com.
About KnowledgeStorm Inc.
Founded in 1998, KnowledgeStorm in the InternetÂs top-ranked vertical search site. With the largest online index of IT solutions, KnowledgeStorm offers technology buyers a free, easy and comprehensive means to match business requirements to a Âshort listÂ of technology providers and to stay current on technology topics and trends. For more information visit http://www.knowledgestorm.com.
About the Tammy SaysÂ Show
The Tammy SaysÂ show is a free Internet radio medium that produces shows to bring the business subject matter experts up close and personal to the small business community. Rather than put the "spin" on the things that are heard and seen heralded every day in the news media, host Tammy Camper, delivers the facts on subjects that can impact a company's bottom line. The Tammy Says show is owned by entrepreneur Tammy Camper and is a woman-owned, minority-owned company. For more information or to access the show or hear past shows visit http://www.tammysays.com.
About SurfNet Media Group, Inc.
SurfNet Media Group (http://www.surfnetmedia.com/) is an Internet digital entertainment media company producing and broadcasting live and on-demand talk radio content streamed globally over the Internet 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Founded in 1999, SurfNet produces and broadcasts over 100 programs weekly on its VoiceAmericaÂ (http://www.voiceamerica.com/) and BusinessAmerica (http://www.businessamericaradio.com/) Radio networks.
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