New Radio Resource for American Entrepreneurs

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American entrepreneurs and small businesses have historically taken the leadership position when it comes to innovationand helping the U.S. work its way out of past economic downturns; and they will certainly play a vital role in ending the current recession. Now Atlanta entrepreneurs can get a weekly dose of sound advice and insights into the benefits of free enterprise from The Neal Asbury Show, broadcast each Sunday from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM on WGKA-920.

Guests on his show have included: former Director of National Intelligence, Ambassador John D. Negroponte; former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Carlos Gutierrez; former United States Trade Representative Ambassador Susan C. Schwab; former U.S. Under Secretary of International Trade, Christopher Padilla; and Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX).

“Many Americans share my concern that small business is not receiving the attention from government that it needs to excel, and that includes access to capital and open trade with foreign markets. This will immediately create U.S. jobs and result in a historic recalculation of our tax base. The U.S. entrepreneur and small business owner are the engines of our economy, and yet, are the most under-represented group in America. Congress needs a wake up call to reinvigorate entrepreneurship, and that means giving voice to people who will actively advocate on behalf of U.S. enterprise – that’s the role The Neal Asbury Show will play in Atlanta,” said Neal Asbury, who received the SBA’s 2008 United States National Champion Exporter of the Year Award.

Asbury, chief executive of Greenfield World Trade, has published over 100 articles on enterprise and global trade issues, and his blog is quickly becoming a favorite on-line destination for visitors who share his passion for small business entrepreneurship and the benefits of expanding the U.S. role in global commerce. His advocacy has taken him to address the United Nations at the Commission of Trade and Development, as well as frequent speaking engagement at Universities and Trade Associations.

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