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TCUL corporate address economy on Blog Radio
FARMERS BRANCH, Texas (1/28/09)--Texas Credit Union League CEO Dick Ensweiler will be in the studio with Brian Turner, director of advisory services for Southwest Corporate Investment Services, Feb. 19 on Blog Talk Radio--a social radio network specializing in enabling users to connect quickly and directly with their audience. The second installment of Ensweiler’s “Your Money, Your Matters” program will address the current economic conditions and their impact (LoneStar Leaguer Jan. 27). Ensweiler and Turner will discuss the declining stock market, the rising unemployment rate, the subprime-mortgage meltdown and other issues during “The Economy: What’s on the Horizon for American Families?” Speaking on a variety of credit union issues, Ensweiler and Turner will address consumer concerns, while also commenting on the recent inauguration of President Barack Obama and how the change of power may affect consumers’ perceptions of their future financial circumstances. The live program begins at 4 p.m. (CST) Feb. 19. Once the program begins, listeners may “chat” with one another, and pose questions for the speakers online or via call-in.
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