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Businesses Get A Boost With Celebrity Endorsement

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Veteran talk show host and journalist, Pete Allman, known for his inspirational interviews, has been helping small businesses and new products through celebrity endorsements and Youtube.

"Air time is costly, especially national spots," Allman said. "By using the internet and getting the endorsements at events from movie and television personalities, the cost factor is so cost-efficient that any business can afford to market themselves or their products."

Allman concluded, "For any business, branding is imperative, especially in hard economic times."

Pete Allman hosts "It's All About My Business" for Punch Television Network, works with other networks, as well as internet stations such as edmagiktv.

What's so good about a celebrity endorsement?
Because we love celebrities and we feel we know and trust them, when they tell us something is good, worth doing or worth buying, we believe it.

Pete Allman is a great celebrity interviewer. He is always good to celebrities and they know and trust him. Pete has interviewed over 30,000 celebrities, and that's a lot of people!

To arrange a meeting, email peteonthescene@yahoo.com, or call [702] 265-9099.

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