Trade City Ambassador Announced
Troy Warren, host of LetsTalkBusinessRadio.Com, announced today the launch of eBarterExchange.Com in Seattle, WA. Warren has appointed Terry Loving as the Seattle Trade City Ambassador. Loving coordinates Trade and Networking Events for business owners in the greater Seattle area.
Warren commented, “Terry will be a great resource for the Seattle Members because of her long tenure dating back to 2000 in Internet and social media marketing. She has been teaching for her entire career and is such a great resource for the Seattle Members to learn and discover the art of barter.”
Loving can be reached at (206) 200-0914 to learn more about the Seattle eBarterExchange as well as arranging to speak about barter at business networking events.
Loving said, “I’ve always been in the Internet and social media marketing arena, and I love helping business owners. I see my role in eBarterExchange as a big help to business owners to leverage their assets which helps grow their business while decreasing their expenses.”
In addition to the launch of the Seattle, WA barter exchange today, Trade City Ambassador Ken Rochon launched the Washington DC barter exchange. eBarterExchange.com is launching in 64 major metropolitans and each has a Trade City Ambassador to facilitate trade and networking events in each city while the company supports the Members and Trade City Ambassadors from its offices in Chandler, AZ and Evanston, IL.
Warren commented, “I am truly excited to be launching the eBarterExchange network because it helps all business owners leverage their goods and services and increase their buying power and reduce expenses at the same time. The barter industry has truly helped business owners particularly in down economies like we have experienced since 2008. Barter transactions have climbed over $16 billion annually in the USA alone and there does not seem to be an end in sight.”
Troy Warren and Willie Crawford are co-authoring a book on all facets of BARTER and TRADE that will be released later this year.
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