TYLER, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Stan Cottrell, a world recognized icon in ultra distance running, will interview political leaders, CEOs, and world power brokers on TOGINET.com every Friday at 11 AM Eastern. Cottrell's dynamic personality is contagious as he motivates, inspires and teaches courage through life stories.
Stan Cottrell has logged 186,000 miles, running across 38 countries in 52 years, promoting international friendship. Now, the 64 year old ultra distance runner is logging onto the Internet to launch his new 2-hour LIVE talk show every Friday on TOGINET.com at 11 AM Eastern.
TOGINET.com, Internet radio network, debuts the 2-hour LIVE talk show Friday, September 14, at 11 Am Eastern, with Ultra Distance Runner, International Friendship Ambassador and Business Consultant, Stan Cottrell and his guest, New York Times best-selling author, Cecil Murphey.
Cottrell has run enough miles to travel 7 ½ times around the earth. During his travels of goodwill and inspiration, he has impacted the lives of millions of people and has many stories to tell. More information on Cottrell can be found at www.stancottrell.com and www.fssports.org.
Cottrell's extensive background as an entrepreneur and in all phases of corporate life has uniquely prepared him to translate the message of success and inner strength from his life to his listeners. Audiences are captivated by his unique ability to help find ways of turning our dreams into reality. Combining the common sense of backwoods Kentucky, the sophisticated teachings of success and achievement, and his own compelling generosity of spirit, Stan Cottrell's words make us want to be better and more productive than we are. His message of motivation and achievement has set him apart on both national and international levels. Cottrell has been honored by dignitaries and heads of state throughout the world.
The debut of Cottrell's new internet radio show on TOGINET.com will feature his close friend and New York Times best-selling author, Cecil Murphey. His latest book, 90 Minutes in Heaven, has sold over 1 million copies in 2007. Murphey has written 104 books in the last 32 years, and has 3 more books ready to be published this year. Murphey recently won his second Silver Angel award. His books are selling in fourteen languages.
Murphey has served as a missionary in Kenya for six years, a pastor for fourteen years, a part-time professor in a Bible college for eighteen years, and a full-time writer twenty years. He has published the first three books in a series on care giving. The When Someone You Love... series focuses on the challenges that caregivers face when trying to support loved ones suffering from heartbreaking illnesses.
About TOGI ENTERTAINMENT – TogiEntertainment Inc is a subsidiary of The Owners Group Inc. In June 2007, TogiEntertainment launched a new internet radio network called TOGINET.com (www.toginet.com). The purpose of TOGINET.com is to become the leader in niche programming which is currently overlooked or rejected by mainstream media: programming in areas of politics, lifestyles, health, money, science, music, writing, and culture. The goal is to build a large internet radio audience which will attract national and international advertisers. Its growth will come from programming that deals with HOT BUTTON topics (such as the stock market scandals, voting fraud, women's issues, etc.); contracting with hosts, well-known guests and personalities, experts and bloggers, who have millions of hits on their blogs. TOGINET.com eventually will have a mega community website. TogiEntertainment is also a book publisher. Its first published work is What Gives? (2007) which has received rave reviews, including the recent August issue of Texas Monthly. What Gives? is written by a brilliant 16 year old author who struggled against the odds of depression, thoughts of suicide, and survived. Her story is taken from her diary, capturing her daily depression, written in “freeform poetry.” It deals with subject matters that many might find controversial: family dynamics, depression, our mental health care system, drugs, alcohol, and of course, suicide. Whatever Happened To Peggy Sue is written by none other than Peggy Sue, the eternal “girl next door” who was immortalized in Buddy Holly’s hit song in 1957. Readers will discover a whole new side of the story, with many intimate details revealed for the very first time. Distribution set for late September 2007. Whatever Happened To Peggy Sue will also be developed into a screen play.