Talk radio program Mr. Credit, ESPN Radio 1700am, is now syndicated on GetCreditRadio a new feature to visitors of GetCreditInformation.com.
Online PR News – 09-May-2012 – Clearwater, FL – DuBose and DuBose (HTTP://www.getcreditinformation.com) a nationally recognized credit improvement company, announces today the launch of their new “GetCreditRadio” feature on GetCreditInformation.com syndicating the Mr. Credit talk show ESPN Radio 1700am – San Diego, California.
The GetCreditRadio player provides visitors of GetCreditInformation.com an opportunity to listen to talk radio shows from around the world dealing with financial related issues. The GetCreditRadio player has multiple features including live feeds from your favorite financial talk shows and Podcasts, mobile friendly, and is free to all visitors of GetCreditInformation.com
Mr. Credit is Derrick Evens, a huge consumer advocate and voice for every-day, hard-working people. Derrick was an entrepreneur that was on his way to Millions when he decided to spend his life advocating on behalf of the community and its citizens. It is Mr. Credit’s lone goal to help make you “smarter than everyone else" and he guarantees that will happen if you listen to the show.
“The Mr. Credit radio show has a reputation in the financial community of being lively, informative, and interactive. We are very excited to showcase the Mr. Credit radio show on the GetCreditRadio player as our goals are similar. To better educate individuals around the world about financial related matters,” states Reney DuBose, co-founder of GetCreditInformation.com.
"The Lunch Hour", weekdays at noon, is a live show about the bigger picture in business and life. Mr. Credit will tell you everything THEY don't want you to know - infusing a mix of life, sports, and eye-opening financial content.
About DuBose & DuBose
As a credit improvement company, co-founded by a licensed credit attorney, DuBose & DuBose developed GetCreditInformation.com and the GetCreditRadio player for individuals to get free credit information from resources around the world. Here, individuals will find free credit information including radio programs, articles, videos, tutorials, and resources designed to help improve their credit.