KINGWOOD, Texas, Feb. 22 International Merchant Advisors, Inc. (Pink Sheets: IMAI) www.imaiinc.com CEO Mel Roseman will appear live on the Big Biz show with Bob "Sully" Sullivan and Russ "T Nailz" Stolnack on February 22, 2010 at 1:40 pm PST. Mr. Roseman's interview will cover the company's newly announced plans for wellness centers with medical marijuana clinics and the IMAI acquisitions and growth plans in this area. The show is broadcast on the CBS Radio Network, the Business Talk Radio Network, and live on TV on the Biz television network. Mr. Roseman's interview will follow the interview with Steve Forbes scheduled on the Big Biz show earlier. To listen or watch the LIVE interview, please visit www.bigbizshow.com. To view the Network Television and Radio feed of the interview, simply click the "Watch Us Live" tab on the front page or find a station near you by entering your zip code in "FIND US" box on the same page.
The "Big Biz Show" broadcasts out of San Diego, California. The show, recently named by TALKERS Magazine as one of the "Top 10 Most Influential Financial Shows" in the country is highly recognized for discussing current business events, internet related issues, and other hot topics in the business world doing so in an informal, laid back, and humorous manner. Bob "Sully" Sullivan and Russ "T Nailz" Stolnack both are renowned and experienced radio broadcast personalities. The "Big Biz Show" airs Monday through Friday, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET.
About International Merchant Advisors, Inc.
International Merchant Advisors, Inc. (IMAI) www.imaiinc.com is an international business banker and builder of companies. IMAI provides direct access to the critical tools necessary to satisfy the growth requirements of international emerging and re-emerging public and private companies. These tools include providing strategic advisory services, capital raising strategies, direct access to capital markets, and organizational development and business plan execution.
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