Business on the Mound, Helping Entrepreneurs Pitch Their Business at No Cost

St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) March 12, 2008 -- St. Louis, MO- Entrepreneurs get a chance to publicize their ideas and get instant feedback from locals. A new web radio show and website called "Business on the Mound" ( is allowing people with brilliant ideas share, comment, and find valuable resources to help their business hit a home run. Bryan Kress, the host, comments, "As a fellow entrepreneur I know how hard it is to find a starting point when you have an idea. Business on the Mound allows individuals a chance to gain support and determine if their idea can make it in the real world."

This simple show has an entrepreneur come to the radio booth, pitch their business, answer questions, and then ask for resources they may need for their business. Julie Lutz, the co-host, said, "If you feel like you have a good idea or want to promote your business get on the show and see what the listeners can do to help." Not only do you get a chance to be on the show, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to post a summary of their idea or business on the website of Business on the Mound, giving entrepreneurs a great chance for free publicity all over the web.

Anyone is considered an entrepreneur according to the Business on the Mound staff. If you or anyone you know has a great idea and doesn't mind sharing it, this is the place for you. Get a chance to stimulate your mind by hearing and expressing your opinion either through a call in on the show or a simple comment on the website. The show takes place from 4-5 PM CST via webcast every Thursday. If your in the St. Louis area you can stop by our studio at SIUE.

About Business On The Mound

Business on the Mound is a student volunteer show that is looking to help people in the community share their ideas and help make local businesses more successful. For more Information, you can visit the website at - Or you can email questions to

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Press Release Submitted On: March 12, 2008 at 12:47 am
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