(PRWEB) July 31, 2004
Jerry Kroll, CEO of Hemptown Clothing, Inc.(OTCBB:HPTWS) will appear live on ÂCorporate Strategies with Tim ConnollyÂ this Sunday night August 1st. Listeners may call in questions live and toll free about the company to Jerry Kroll or Tim Connolly at 1-866-606-TALK (8255). The Business Talk Radio Network Show may be heard on KSEV AM 700 in Houston, on over 375 affiliate stations nationwide listed at CRN1 http://www.cableradionetwork.com, or on the Internet at http://www.businesstalkradio.net. This hour of ÂCorporate Strategies with Tim ConnollyÂ is hosted by Tim Connolly of Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers (http://www.corporate-strategies.net). Noted Economist Mike King of Princeton Research provides live technical analysis for the show.
About Hemptown Clothing, Inc. Â Hemptown Clothing manufactures hemp garments which are comfortable, eco-friendly and durable. Specializing in promotional wear and private label markets, Hemptown produces top quality T-shirts, caps, polos, oxfords, tote bags, hooded sweatshirts & long sleeve T-shirts suitable for screen printing and embroidery. They have a large and growing list of mainstream clients worldwide including American Gem Society, AVEDA, Government of Canada, HBO, Hooters Restaurants, San Diego Zoo, Toyota and Warner Bros.
ÂCorporate Strategies with Tim Connolly" is live talk radioÂ with the Titans of Business who move financial markets! The show is hosted by Tim Connolly, CEO of Merchant Banker Corporate Strategies, Inc. The Executive Producer of the show is broadcast news veteran Jan Carson, an award winning journalist with more than 20 years experience as a top rated television news anchor and reporter for NBC, ABC and CBS network affiliates. ÂCorporate Strategies with Tim ConnollyÂ features financial experts from across the nation providing the latest intelligence on equities, income investments, and a variety of risk, equity and option strategies. Recent guests have included LandryÂs CEO Tilman Fertitta, Tobin Smith, John Murphy, Mario Gabelli, former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt, former Compaq CEO Eckard Pfeiffer, Money Manager Louis Navellier, and many others.