Blue Television Group's "Pulse on America" to feature Special "Economic Development" Series

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April 6, 2003, Deerfield Beach, FL - Whether it's finding just the right location in which to grow and prosper, or facilitating and initiating new endeavors to secure a highly skilled labor force, in unsteady economic times, companies are looking for new ways not only to survive, but also to thrive in this competitive environment. In an assertive effort by Chambers of Commerce, business and community leaders, Blue Television Group's Producers and Directors of Pulse on America proudly announce a special 5-part series on The Growing Trends in Economic Development.

The idea behind the series is to provide information and insight to business owners looking for a place to expand, relocate or branch out. Possessing the latest that technology has to offer along with a wealth of resources, Producers of the series uncover "fertile ground" for the future. For companies on the brink of growth, the series reveals some of the most diverse and potentially profitable business locations in the world - offering a steady stream of customers, suppliers and potential employees. Find out what it takes to achieve your goals. Hear success stories from progressive leaders who've tackled the challenges and share a vision for the future!

If you are a business owner seeking out an exciting new destination, let Blue Television Group's Pulse on America Economic Development Series enlighten you with a network of business development solutions. To find out more about expanding, relocating or starting your business, tune in to Pulse on America nationally on CNN Headline News.

Producers at Pulse on America appreciate the continued support they receive from their distinguished Advisory Board. Members include Harvard Business School, MIT, American Medical Association, Worth Magazine, CFO Magazine, NASDAQ, Industry Week Magazine, Joe DiMaggio's Children's Hospital, CNBC, Tech TV and