Thursday, October 30, 2008

A new online media source...

I'm happy to say that there is a new media source available online that covers business news for the Mohave County area. is now up and running. Please check it out. I'm adding a link.

The publisher is Ric Swats, a person I've always found to be well informed and professional any time that I have had the pleasure of speaking with him on the occasions where he has interviewed me on various topics. I wish him and everyone else involved the best of success with the new endeavor.

I am excited about this because I have a strong feeling that I will be able to offer many links to important articles about what is happening in our area. These folks are pro's.

Here is a bit from their launch article...

Business communication in Mohave County and the Tri-state region officially entered the 21st Century Tuesday, Oct. 28, when went online.

The digital magazine offers readers the latest in business information on Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, Needles, Laughlin and the Tri-state area.

The site offers links to regional news sources, RSS feeds from the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN and local publications. It will feature columns by local business leaders, classified ads as well as the latest news on residential and commercial real estate .

“This publication offers residents and investors in the county nearly instant access to the latest happenings in business in the region no matter where they happen to be at the time,” Ric Swats, publisher of, said. “It provides a central portal to people who want to know what is happening throughout the region.

“It will also provide links to everything a person in business in the region may need. It has been time consuming for someone in Los Angeles or Europe to find solid information and to make the necessary contacts to conduct business in the region. They have had to spend many hours searching the Web and would often not get complete information. This site offers a one-stop source to connect them to the news, people and organizations critical to success.”

Cheers Mr. Swats.

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