Mobile, AL, August 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The program will air August 15, 2009 on WNSI AM 1000 in Robertsdale, FM105.9 in Atmore and by simulcast via the Internet at WNSI
from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. The co-host for Saturday’s show will be Jeff Roberts, Marketing Team Leader for Integrity Music.
Elbert Wingfield began selling barbeque 1989 at the Mobile Flea Market. From that humble beginning he eventually moved into a restaurant. Saucy Q Bar B Que has been the recipient of numerous awards including: Mobile Bay Monthly Best Barbeque Award; Gourmet Chef Challenge People’s Choice Award; Florida's Sauce of the Year Award and the Mobile Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award. Today, Wingfield has three locations in Mobile, Alabama and has recently started franchising the barbeque concept.
As President of Hunter Ventures, Denise Browning has invested in, assisted with raising capital for, and provided financial consulting to municipalities, real estate developers, start up and small businesses. The Hunter Ventures’ investments include: Telaurus Communications, a major player in the global satellite communications in the shipping industry. The firm has raised capital for Downtown Mobile Alliance, Cypress Point Development, RxAdvantage, and Neighbor Networks. Ms. Browning has also been a consultant for Educators Resource, Pet Friendly, Real Estate Development, Forest Energy Systems, State of Alabama CAPCO application and program evaluation for the Alabama Development Office, and other significant organizations.
To download the interview with Elbert Wingfield or the interview with Denise Browning, visit http://www.alabamabusinesstoday.com
About Alabama Business Today
Alabama Business Today is a live newsmaker interview program hosted by Calvin Bacon. The program is "the last word in Alabama business talk radio" and a prime source for front-page business news on Saturday morning. Alabama Business Today offers a superior combination of thorough interviews with top business people and expert discussion. The show features interviews with company presidents, politicians, business experts, business authors, business educators and researchers. The show’s crew works hard to explain how businesses affect individuals’ lives. The show also describes how individuals may influence the behaviors of business leaders.
Alabama Business Today is on the radio with a live show on WNSI FM105.9 in Atmore, AM 1000 in Robertsdale, and on the Internet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday.