- September 29th, 2011
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American companies grappling with weak consumer demand and decreased revenues have also had to contend with rising costs. The Today in America with Terry Bradshaw TV show explores ways that businesses and consumers have adapted during the Great Recession in the show’s “Cost-Containment Strategies” series. To stay in the black, many American businesses have had to become more efficient and trim their expenses wherever possible. The Today in America Terry Bradshaw show profiles businesses throughout the country that have done this without sacrificing quality.
Today in America with Terry Bradshaw reviews many aspects of business in America. Corresponding to the launch of the show’s “Risk Management” series, Today in America Terry Bradshaw producers have asked the show’s fans across the country to submit stories about active-duty members of the U.S. military they know to the show as part of a new contest. Fans may submit stories, up to 200 words long, to the show’s program director, Kyra Burton, at email@example.com, along with a photo of the service member, through the end of the year. The stories will be posted on the Today in America website, www.todayinamericatv.com, and the show’s Facebook fan page. A winner, selected in January 2012, will receive a football autographed by show host Terry Bradshaw.