T3 Motion CEO William Tsumpes Interviewed on Clear Channel Business Talk Radio PART-2
Live Radio Interview Recap Michael Yorba DFW1190AM
COSTA MESA, CA–(Dec 9, 2013) – T3 Motion (OTCBB: TTTM) the leading provider of Electric Stand-Up Vehicle technology to commercial, consumer, law-enforcement and government markets. Today T3 Motion’s CEO William Tsumpes was interviewed live on Clear Channel’s “the Traders Network” DFW 1190AM hosted by Michael Yorba. The interview focused on T3 Motion’s improved sales and financial performance, as well meeting profitably goals through new products, as well as improving domestic and international market developments.
At the onset of the interview Mr. Tsumpes said, “Things couldn’t be better, sales are up over 200% in the quarter, and we are on track to meet our profitability goals. One of our challenges has been to reduce the cost to build our products, and we’ve met that challenge.” Mr. Tsumpes also touched on T3 Motion’s global distribution with international government agencies including the CIA, FBI, U.S. Military as well as its ongoing relationships with corporate clients such as Target and G4 Security.
Afterwards, Clear Channel Radio host Michael Yorba of the Traders Network was quoted saying, “T3 Motion is the next generation of personal transportation and what’s even better is it’s MADE IN THE USA”
To hear the whole interview click on the archive stream link below
Interview Archive (11min, 57sec): http://www.yorbamedia.com/images/stories/audio/TN120513SEG1.mp3
Network: Clear Channel
Station: DFW 1190AM
Host: Michael Yorba
About Clear Channel Radio
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment’s more than 840 radio stations offer programming nationwide. Individual station brands connect with diverse audiences in local markets across the country. DFW1190AM.com Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX www.clearchannel.com.
About Michael Yorba
Michael Yorba — featured host of Clear Channels DFW 1190AM in Dallas-Ft.Worth. For the past six years he has been integrally involved with the media industry in various capacities including building an IPTV Network, developing, producing and hosting a daily one hour talk show called Commodity Classics and then later The Traders Network, defined as an audience empowered interactive financial program that has been broadcast live on internet television and radio. His focus has been on derivative portfolio analysis for individual and corporate clients through the use of futures and futures options, managed funds, and Forex.
About T3 Motion
T3 Motion (OTCBB: TTTM) designs, markets and manufactures the T3 Patroller and Vision Series Electric Stand-up Vehicles. Headquartered in Orange County, California, T3 Motion is dedicated to raising the bar on law enforcement and security capabilities in personal mobility technology. More than 5,000 T3 vehicles have been deployed in over 30 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.t3motion.com.
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