SOMERSET, N.J., Dec. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Milton Paris, President of Getting Ahead in Business and host of the radio program, Getting Ahead in Business, will discuss the importance of radio advertising to companies. He will be conducting a Lunch & Learn on Monday December 18th, Noon - 1:30pm at WCTC 1450 Studio, 78 Veronica Avenue, Somerset NJ 08873. Lunch will be served. Due to limited seating, this event is open to Presidents, Upper Management and Marketing personnel. NO WALK-INS. Must RSVP: December 15 to email@example.com or 732.306.0040.
Businesses are invited to learn about the importance of radio advertising for their company, especially in the modern age. Milton will give detailed information on listener demographics such as education, household income, occupation, marital status and much more. Moreover, he will explain what to expect when advertising on radio. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet Bert Baron, award winning radio host of the Morning Show, tour the studio and receive a special photo taken in front of the microphone.
In addition to his weekday shows, Milton will be adding evening shows in January. For more information contact Milton.
Milton Paris is a Sales Skills Trainer, Sales & Management Consultant, Motivational Speaker and Radio Host who brings a wealth of experience to the table as a result of building businesses for the past 40 years. He has coached/consulted CEO's, Presidents, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses in industries such as manufacturing, retail, media, advertising, insurance and food services. Milton's insights and philosophy have helped business people balance the appropriate levels of tenaciousness and proactivity with excellent communications and listening skills. No company is too small or too large to benefit by Milton's rapid results. His "hands-on" involvement has helped his clients bolster their marketing and promotion, merchandising and product development leading to unprecedented levels of sales revenue. Milton's philosophy is "Nothing is Impossible".
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