Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 04, 2012
Leading radio talk show host George DeJohn has gone back to his roots with his recent name change to his original family name of DiGianni.
"When my family immigrated to the United States in the early 1900's, my great-grandfather's birth certificate had our original name of DiGianni", says George. "Millions of immigrants had their names changed by schoolteachers or clerks who couldn't spell or pronounce the original surname."
"But now times have changed", George explains, "and I am and have always been proud of my ancestors and heritage so I am going back to our original family name."
As of today,has officially changed his legal name to George DiGianni. His goal is to have all correspondence and communication, including the website and YouTube videos, completely converted to George DiGianni before the end of the month.
Although George has changed his name, customers can still expect the same outstanding customer service, commitment and quality professional grade products and services as previously experienced. George DiGianni remains committed to providing the best in total body cleanse products and information to people of all ages as well as other health and nutrition information through his website and his weekly talk show on The Ticket Sports Radio.
About George DiGianni: Compelling and often controversial, George DiGianni (formerly George DeJohn) is well-known as "the Dr Phil of fitness" and "America's #1 health and fitness radio talk show host". George has been a leading sports radio talk show host for the past 15 years and is featured on The Ticket Sports Radio "Train Station Fitness Show" every Saturday morning at 7am central. A life-long advocate of fitness and good health, George is also founder and creator of the 21 Day Body Makeover, the #1 best-selling total body cleanse in America. Details on the 21 day total body cleanse program that can be found at http://21daybodymakeover.com.