|By Marketwired .||
|August 29, 2014 07:15 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/14 -- Richard Easton Matchmakers (REM) announced today that Richard Easton III will be interviewed live tomorrow by host Michael Yorba on WABC Talk Radio's The Amilya Show. In this exclusive 2-segment interview, Easton will talk about the fundamentals of what drives the dating life of high profile clients in the twenty-first century. We encourage anyone who is curious about today's global dating challenges to learn from the best in the world live via ABC Radio's live stream.
Date: Saturday, August 30, 2014
Start Time: 2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT (U.S.)
Network: ABC Radio / Cumulus
Station: 77WABC-AM a Cumulus Station
Show: The Amilya Show
Host: Amilya Antonetti
Live ABC Radio Stream: http://www.wabcradio.com/common/page.php?pt=Amilya!+Podcast&id=2924&is_corp=0
About Cumulus Radio: Cumulus is the nation's second largest operator of radio stations in America with 150 million monthly listeners. It serves 110 cities through 525 owned radio stations in the U.S., www.Cumulus.com
About 77WABC | WABC: 77WABC-AM is a broadcast radio station in New York City, providing News and Talk programs. Established in 1921, WABC is one of the longest broadcasting stations in the country. From its heyday as the pioneer of "Top 40" radio, to its success as the most-listened-to talk radio station in the country, WABC continues to reflect the spirit, energy, and excitement that is New York.
About Amilya Antonetti: Amilya Antonetti is a world-renowned media personality, CEO and host of the "The Amilya Show" on 77WABC Radio, a Cumulus station. For the past 20 years Amilya has captured media attention nationally on networks and shows such as; Oprah, Fox News, CNBC, Dr. Phil and Good Morning Arizona. Her wit combined with street smarts and "straight shooter" interviewing style allows both her guests and the audience to participate in an honest conversation. Tune in live weekly at 77WABC-AM Saturdays from 1-3pm ET to hear the latest in Business, Leadership, Lifestyle & Market Trends and the inside-scoop on what is really happening with women-in-business.
About Richard Easton Matchmakers: Richard Easton III enjoyed a successful career on Wall Street before leaving M&A to create the world's most exclusive dating club. Richard founded EMC Bank in 1988, sold the firm to a Merrill Lynch group in 1999, and then traveled throughout Europe before founding RJ Easton in 2001. But late in 2007, Richard sensed a downturn coming in the financial markets. That was all the excuse he needed to leave Wall Street for Main Street: "My life is a blast. Every day is filled with love stories. My team and I will introduce over 2,000 great first dates this year. We've already created hundreds of romantic relationships these past five years, and attended the engagement parties and weddings of most of our club members. My job is so fun! We are now in our sixth successful year. Thank you for believing in us." Richard lives and works in Soho Manhattan and Mayfair London.
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