PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today's airing of the Bill Chippas Show will feature two guests representing their dynamic growing companies. Asif Balagam, CEO of Green Parts International, Inc. (OTC Pinksheets GNPT), will join the show at 6:15 ET and Arshad Shah, CEO of Exchange Mobile Telecommunications Corp (OTC Pinksheets EXMT), will be calling in from China at 6:35pm ET. This show airs Thursdays at 6:05pm ET on AM Radio Channel 1590 (WPSL).
Green Parts International, Inc. is an Atlanta based company that deals in the global commodity of scrap metal and delivers tonnage to countries with demand. They are technically a clean-up corporation for the U.S., salvaging discarded vehicles, vehicle parts, and reusable scrap for shipment to high demand projects abroad.
Exchange Mobile Telecommunications Corp is a mobile solutions company, focused on providing innovative means of enabling mobile subscribers to stay connected in various network environments. With its unique interoperable platform, global SMS network and patent-pending trademarked technology, Exchange Mobile delivers SMS (short message service) content worldwide with faster response time. They have recently announced introduction of their Parent Teacher Message Exchange module (PTMX) for sales in China.
The Bill Chippas Show features 27-year veteran investment analyst Bill Chippas who is dedicated to making complicated stock market investments simple. He has a unique broadcast presence with a rich baritone voice, quick wit and engaging personality. Mr. Chippas is often joined by Mike King who himself is a noted investment analyst whose Princeton Research, Inc of Las Vegas, Nevada, has built a national reputation among stock market investors. The show features guests from companies representing different investment sectors (such as Automotive, Biotechnology, Energy, Mining to name a few) and notable figures from the investment industry. The Bill Chippas Show is broadcast on WPSL Digital 1590 in Port St. Lucie every Thursday evening at 6:05 PM, EDT.
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