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PRIME OF LIFE SHOW DEBUTS ON FOX-TV

June 22, 2009

GREENVILLE, SC: Now, adults 50 years and older have their on TV show. ?Prime Of Life? is scheduled to begin airing every Monday from 12:30pm ? 1:00pm on Fox-TV beginning June 22nd. Produced by Poinsett TV Productions, the show will focus on life after 50 and will provide viewers an array of information from experts in senior related organizations as well as tips and suggestions on how to live a more active and productive lifestyle. Special features in each show will include a report from SC Lt. Governor Andre Bauer, head of the SC Office on Aging, Scam Alerts from the Better Business Bureau, and Health Tips from various area doctors. Guests on the show will also include outstanding Carolinians from a wide variety of fields such as entertainment, politics, business and sports celebrities. The show?s co-hosts are Missy Johnson and Bill Sweezy, both of whom are well known professionals in major senior related organizations throughout the Carolinas. They are also the publishers of the very successful All About Seniors magazine distributed in the Upstate and All For Seniors magazine distributed in the Charlotte, NC area.

?We are delighted to be a part of this exciting new show,? said Missy Johnson. ?It?s a very positive and upbeat show with lots of fun and entertaining guest,? she remarked. ?For most people, life after age 50 is the prime time to enjoy all life has to offer,? said Bill Sweezy. ?That?s reflected in the name of the show. You?ve reached a point in life that allows you to do things you never had the time or opportunity to do as you were building your career or raising a family. There?s also a lot of services and programs you need to know about as you mature,? he said.

?Prime Of Life is designed to provide the 50 plus age group an entertaining and informative show that?s all about them,? said Nelson Wheeler, the shows creator and producer. ?It?s all about ideas and information to improve their quality of life as well as make it more fun and interesting,? he said. ?Our goal is to provide a premium quality show that not only informs but also entertains,? said Wheeler. ?The show will be taped in front of a live audience and we will provide opportunities for viewers to provide input and suggestions,? he said.

The Prime Of Life TV show will be available to viewers in all of Upstate SC as well as western NC on WHNS-TV, the local Fox-TV station. This includes a DMA of approximately 858,000 households. With the every growing population of retirees relocating to this region plus the fact that over 10,000 baby boomers a day are reaching age 62 in the USA, the show should have a large potential audience.

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