Monday, October 29, 2007

Queens, New York - Phil Andrews as Public Relations Director for the Arlene McLaren Show Fridays 1460 am

Queens, New York - Phil Andrews as Public Relations Director for the Arlene McLaren Show Fridays 1460 am 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. To view show log on to

About: Arlene McLaren Show

Arlene McLaren Show Topics features a variety of topics which include Finance, Business and Politics.

Arlene McLaren Show

Topics Include:

Finance – Saving, Investing, Retirement Planning, Home Ownership Tips, How to get properly Insured, College Planning Early, etc.

Business – Starting a Small Business, Expanding your Business, Getting your business financed, Building a team around your Business, How to use government resources to strengthen your business, Helpful business books and guides, etc.

Politics – Election News, Neighborhood News, Political Interviews, etc

About Phil Andrews:

Mr. Andrews is the CEO of Phil Andrews Public Relations Company. Phil Andrews was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Marcy Housing Development. He attended Brooklyn Technical High school which is a specialized school in New York City. He has lectured throughout New York State at various colleges and universities. He was the Vice President/Marketing Director of the Haircut Hut Franchise for over a decade.

Mr. Andrews is listed in Who’s Who in Black America and International Who’s Who. He is also featured in a book published by Mr. Robert H. Adams entitled 15 years of Minority Business Development. He is the current Public Relations Public Relations Director for,,, Hempstead Horn Newspaper, Harlem Book Fair on Long Island, African Atlantic Genealogical Association, and 100 Black Men of Long Island.

In October of 1995 Mr. Andrews was presented the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce/Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year Award. In 1998 he was presented with the Nassau Council of Chambers/West Indian Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year Award. He has also received a citation from the 18th Assembly District Long Island New York, Assemblywomen Earlene Hooper Hill. Mr. Andrews has received Proclamations from former Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gullotta, and former Town of Hempstead Supervisor Mr. Richard Guardino. In 2005 and 2006 Phil Andrews was inducted as a member visionary by the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc.

Mr. Andrews has been featured in many publications such as Point of View Newspaper, Black Star News, The New York Beacon, The Gleaner Extra, Caribbean Life Newspaper, Afro-American Times, Community Journal Newspaper, Economic Forum Newspaper Minority Business Review, Amsterdam News, and Shop Talk Magazine. He is currently the Public Relations Director for and on the Public Relations committee for the Harlem Book Fair on Long Island which attracted over 2000 participants for the 2003 Harlem Book Fair on Long Island. Mr. Andrews is also currently serving as the Public Relations Committee for the New York Metro MBA Association and the 100 Black Men of Long Island.

Phil Andrews has served the community in various ways during the past decade. He has served on the Board of directors of the Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce, Roosevelt Kiwanis, 100 Black Men of Long Island, and the West Indian Chamber of Commerce as the Public Relation Director and currently runs a business network named the “Power Networking Business Seminar Series”. Cujrrently, Phil Andrews is the Vice President of Programs for the 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc. and the Corresponding Secretary for the United Black Men of Queens, County, Inc. He is also a member of the 100 Black Men of America and is certified as a Mentor through the 100 Black Men of America.

Phil Andrews is the author of the E-Book "The Day I Became the CEO of My Own Corporation" book is available at

For guest Show Inquiries, or to Advertise on the Arlene McLaren show contact PA Public Relations Company today at 718.380.2062 or log on to and contact us.log. To view show via internet log on to at 6pm-7pm.

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