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Landscape radio show goes live

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FromDesign2Build.com launched the new feature last week.

| October 2, 2012

WYCKOFF, N.J. - FromDesign2Build.com, a membership website exclusively for the landscape design/build contractor, is launching a brand new feature called FD2B "Talk" Radio.

The inaugural show aired Sept. 26. Jody Shilan, editor of FromDesign2Build.com will be the show’s host. Every Wednesday, Jody and his co-host, Gail Woolcott, will be interviewing some of the biggest names in the green industry.

FD2B "Talk" Radio was created to give landscape contractors an opportunity to listen to and discuss topics that really matter to them and their businesses. Listeners will be able to call in and ask questions, as well as chat with other contractors during the broadcast.

"We wanted to create something totally unique for today's landscape contractor and that's just what we did. Think of FD2B "Talk" Radio as The Tonight Show meets HG-TV. Our goal is to provide the landscape contractor with a great learning experience, while keeping them totally entertained,” Shilan says.

"Doing the show live will make for some interesting discussions, and as far as Jody and I are concerned, nothing is off limits,” adds Woolcott.

Chris Heiler, founder and president of Landscape Leadership was the first guest and here's what he had to say. “Truthfully, I'm very excited about the show and think that it's a terrific concept.”

Visit www.blogtalkradio.com/fd2b and select "follow" under the FD2B icon to sign up for FD2B "Talk" Radio. You can also go to FromDesign2Build.com for more information or to sign up for their weekly Trade Secret.”
 

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