Powell River, British Columbia (PRWEB) August 23, 2005
Lifeboat, the self-booting rescue disk that saves data, time, and money for PC and laptop users, will be featured in a segment of World Business Review on CNBC as paid programming on August 23, 2005, and that's just the beginning of what will be an aggressive marketing campaign.
“When we were approached by World Business Review for airings on August 23rd, and September 1st and 2nd we were quick to accept,” said Gordon Wilson, President of Tugboat Enterprises Ltd. “World Business Review is an award winning show featuring new technologies and we believe we have an award winning technology.”
The World Business Review feature on Lifeboat will air August 23 on Bravo as paid programming (7 a.m. most locations) and September 1st and 2nd on CNBC as paid programming (11 pm most locations). Lifeboat's feature will air in Hong Kong, on United Airlines, and at 127 Colleges and Universities in the United States. The segment will also be featured on http://www.WBRTV.com
Since launching the product worldwide three months ago, Tugboat Enterprises has sailed into a storm of demand for this revolutionary yet simple tool. Industry analysts are giving this new software product high marks; building a reputation for Lifeboat as an affordable, simple to use method to retrieve data from a failed Windows system.
Lifeboat is the first of four new products being launched by the high tech start-up company Tugboat Enterprises, out of British Columbia, Canada.
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