“2016 Gold Summit Show” Features Credible Panelists Philip Diehl, John Rothans and more
AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Money Reserve, one of the world's largest private distributors of U.S. and foreign government-issued gold, silver and platinum legal tender products, is launching a new direct response television (DRTV) show titled “2016 Gold Summit”.
The 28-minute show takes place at the 2016 Gold Summit in Los Angeles, California where Larry King served as its moderator. In addition to King, the program also includes Michael Reagan, the eldest son of President Ronald Reagan. Reagan sets the stage early in the program explaining President Reagan's fervent belief of every American citizen's right to own gold. This segment is followed by a trio of U.S. Money Reserve panelists speaking informatively to the benefits of owning U.S. government gold, volatility in the current financial market, the dollar and its buying power, and recent global events impacting gold's bull market.
The panel comprises three highly credible sources: Philip Diehl, President of U.S. Money Reserve and Chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA); John Rothans, Master Numismatist at U.S. Money Reserve; and Brad Castillo, former Vice President of Sales at U.S. Money Reserve.
“The ‘2016 Gold Summit Show' is another testament to our award-winning production team's hard work and talent,” said Angela “Angie” Koch, CEO of U.S. Money Reserve. “We were honored to feature Larry King as the moderator for our panelists as they discussed critical topics concerning the precious metals market. Our longstanding relationship with Michael Reagan and his own personal relationship with Larry King brought forth the possibility of these two living legends working together for this unique and timely program.”
The DRTV show hits select media markets across the nation this week.
For more information, or to speak with company leadership at U.S. Money Reserve, please contact Jim Warren at 512-583-6514 or [email protected] or Lacy Rushin at [email protected] or visit www.usmoneyreserve.com.