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Al Cole CBS Radio and Live 365 Radio Personality and Author Appearing at 'Experts of Sustainability' Event and 'Going Green With the Same Machine' Open House Events, July 13 and 14

Al Cole, CBS Radio and Live 365 Radio Personality, and Author. Credits: Photo Courtesy of Al Cole

 

OGDENSBURG, NJ – Al Cole, CBS Radio and Live 365 Radio Personality and Author will be the emcee for a series of events in at Extreme Energy Solutions in Ogdensburg, NJ on Friday, July 13, and Saturday, July 14.

“I'm truly honored to be both a speaker and the MC of the exciting ‘Going Green With The Same Machine 2012’ event on July 13th and 14th,” Cole said.

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Cole is known for his “People of Distinction” radio show. Click here to access his site. Cole is also a singer-songwriter and has a CD “Captivation! Music & Poetry For The Inspired”, Author of “Romance for Women…And For All Mankind”, and host of another radio show: “It’s All About Romance – With Al Cole”.

Cole will be speaking on Friday, July 13 as part of the “Experts of Sustainability”, including Michael C. Holler, Fuel Economy Expert & Automotive Industry Influence, and Beverly White President of BKW Transformations Group.

Cole will be discussing Community Engagement in relation to sustainability on July 13.

Cole, along with President and CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, Samuel K. Burlum, was a keynote speaker at, and Communications Director for the World Green Energy Symposium in Washington, DC. Click here to see the World Green Energy Symposium Website and click here for The Alternative Press coverage of the event. 

Of his passion for environmental stewardship, and sustainability, Cole said, “I truly believe that a better, more efficient use of energy will positively impact our environment and create a more sustainable economy. I believe that every member of our human family, regardless of background, will benefit from clean, affordable energy, and the creation of jobs resulting from this, will lead us into an age of a higher quality of life for all men and women.”

Cole is looking forward to his emcee appearance, and speaking engagement at Extreme Energy Solutions.

“Samuel Burlum, who made an outstanding guest appearance on my talk show ‘People of Distinction’, is an industry expert in energy and a thoroughly well rounded human being,” said Cole. “I have the utmost respect for his associates as well as other participants in our wonderful upcoming event.”

Cole will also be the emcee for the official launch of all the sites for TheAlternativePress.com in Sussex County, on Saturday, July 14 at Extreme Energy Solutions at 11am.

Cole interviewed Michael Shapiro, Founder, CEO and Publisher of TheAlternativePress.com on “People of Distinction”, which first aired on Monday, July 9. Click here to listen to Cole’s interview with Shapiro.

“Look for great, informative and entertaining things on the 13th and 14th, everyone,” Cole concluded.

To attend the events at Extreme Energy Solutions on July 13 and 14, please RSVP to (973) 209-3450.

Extreme Energy Solutions is located at 150 Main Street in Ogdensburg, NJ.

Editor’s Note: Extreme Energy Solutions is a corporate partner of TheAlternativePress.com.

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