Atlanta Business RadioX Launches New Show: 40 Year Old Business Virgin™

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Atlanta Business RadioX launches new weekly radio show featuring successful entrepreneurs and CEOs discussing how they got their business started as well as sharing some of their best decisions and biggest mistakes.

Atlanta Business RadioX announced the launch of a new weekly radio show called The 40 Year Old Business Virgin™. The half hour weekly program features successful entrepreneurs and CEOs discussing how they got their business started as well as sharing some of their best decisions and biggest mistakes. The 40 Year Old Business Virgin™ is hosted by Ted Jenkin and Kile Lewis, Co-CEOs of oXYGen Financial, Inc.

“There is FaceBook for meeting old friends, LinkedIn for meeting new business contacts, and now an on-line radio program called the 40 Year Old Business Virgin to pull the curtain back on the do’s and don’ts for starting, growing and running a successful business,” explained Ted Jenkin, Co-CEO of oXYGen Financial.

The 40 Year Old Business Virgin™ airs each Friday from 12 – 1 p.m. EST. Listeners are able to tune in and listen to the show by clicking on the Listen Live button at or Free podcasts of each episode will be available for download on Apple’s iTunes store.

The 40 Year Old Business Virgin™ provides valuable information for new and existing business owners and CEOs on topics ranging from hiring and retaining talent to growing top line revenues and increasing profitability. Most importantly, this show could replace who you hire as your business consultant.

“Internet Radio is providing new avenues for business owners to provide targeted content for preferred audiences in a simple and easy to consume format,” explains Atlanta Business RadioX Producer Lee Kantor. “Increasingly we’re hearing from our Radio hosts that the ROI of having their own show far exceeds any other component of their traditional marketing mix.”

About Ted Jenkin and Kile Lewis
Ted Jenkin and Kile Lewis co-founded oXYGen Financial in answer to increasing requests from successful people — Generation X and Generation Y investors, families, and business owners — for employee benefits, tax management, investment, and financial planning and advice matched to their unique needs.

Prior to starting oXYGen Financial, Ted Jenkin spent 18 years with American Express Financial Advisors where he became one of the youngest Vice Presidents in 1997 then one of the youngest Group Vice Presidents in the history of American Express in 2000. He has won numerous awards including outstanding leader of the year award in 2003 and 2004 and has been featured in such publications as Smart Money, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Business Week. Ted graduated from Boston College with a degree in Finance. Originally from New Jersey, Ted currently resides in Milton, Georgia.

Kile Lewis spent 15 years as both an executive and financial advisor for the 3rd largest broker dealer before co-founding oXYGen Financial. Kile began his career with American Express Financial Advisors in Dallas, Texas, and ultimately led one of the top offices for Ameriprise for the years 2003 through 2006. Kile earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgia State University.

Kile and Ted are also featured on the popular segment, "How Not To Get Rich" on Rock 100.5 FM The Regular Guys, as well as Mayhem In The A.M. on 790The Zone Sports Radio.

About Atlanta Business RadioX
Atlanta Business RadioX provides a turnkey solution for business owners who want to leverage the power of internet radio to meet their best prospects, establish credibility for their organization and heighten the placement of their brand in search engines rankings. With a professional venue and a proven formula, Atlanta Business RadioX helps hosts podcast their shows and create a regular stream of dynamic content to share with their prospects and feed the search engines every week. Programs are recorded and streamed live to the internet from our corporate offices in suburban Atlanta. For more information or to see a live show, visit:


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