Tim Connolly's Winning Strategies Reflects on September 11, 2001 With a White House Insider and a Wall Street Banker

By | September 9, 2011

HOUSTON, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — On Friday, September 9, Tim Connolly’s Winning Strategies will comprehensively discuss the 9/11 attacks with three individuals intimately familiar with the attacks and the subsequent changes in the fabric of American life for the last ten years.  The show will feature interviews with White House appointed and National Holocaust Museum Chairman Fred Zeidman,Washington based money manager Bryan Perry and Wall Street investment banker Gary Herman, who witnessed the fall of the twin towers.  Each guest will discuss his experiences that day, and their assessment of 9/11 on the American way of life.  Listen live on www.winningstrategies.net, CRN Digital Talk Radio Network on CRN 4, broadcast by over 200 affiliate stations nationwide listed at www.crntalk.com, and on CBS Radio 650 AM Houston on Saturday, September 10 from 5-7 p.m. CT.  Winning Strategies is sponsored by Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers, a First Data institutional representative.

Previous guests of Tim Connolly’s Winning Strategies (formerly Corporate Strategies) have included CNBC “Mad Money” Host Jim Cramer, Gamco’s Mario Gabelli, Muriel Siebert, U.S. Senator and Presidential Candidate John McCain, Texas oilman Lester Smith, ATP Oil & Gas CFO Albert Reese, Envision Capital Management CEO Marilyn Cohen, Presidential Candidate and CEO of Huntsman Corporation Jon M. Huntsman, Consolidated Graphics CEO Joe Davis, Enterprise Products CEO Dan Duncan, Celgene’s CEO John Jackson, Landry’s CEO Tilman Fertitta, former Compaq CEO Eckard Pfeiffer, Money ManagerLouis Navellier, former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt, Changewave’s Tobin Smith and many others.

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