FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Guests on tonight’s episode of Extraordinary Women TV on Rogers TV
Rose Barroso, Barroso Homes; AND Canada’s leading tea expert, Lynda Budd
TORONTO, Dec. 2, 2013 – Tune-in tonight for the next episode of season two’s Extraordinary Women TV, when host Shannon Skinner speaks with Rose Barroso, founder, Barroso Homes, about how she went from being and airline stewardess to becoming one of few women in Canada who build homes, and how she manages to work and thrive in a male-dominated industry; PLUS Canada’s leading tea expert, Lynda Budd, founder, TeAlchemy, discusses her unique company that blends and sells teas and wares online. The show airs at 7pm ET on Rogers TV Cable 10 & 63 in Toronto/Scarborough.
The hit television series began as the first-of-its-kind web TV talk show for women in Canada, and has grown into an inspirational, relevant and informative resource for women who want to follow their hearts and dreams, and live extraordinary lives. In January 2013, the show began airing on Rogers TV in Toronto/Scarborough. This past summer, the show was also picked up on Rogers TV Mississauga and Richmond Hill.
Shannon’s guests are successful women from all walks of life – many high-profile — from Toronto and across Canada, from a range of industries, including: arts and entertainment, business, finance, charities, eco, media, experts – and more. Some past notable guests include: one of Canada’s most successful women, TV personality and designer, Debbie Travis; singers Jully Black, Sarah Slean and Suzie McNeil; entertainment editor at 680 News, Gloria Martin; dean of law faculty at the U of T, Mayo Moran; fashion designer and Canadian icon, Linda Lundstrom; president/CEO, ROM, Janet Carding; Rebecca MacDonald, founder, Just Energy; actress Sarena Parmar; Plan Canada’s president/CEO, Rosemary McCarney; beauty expert, Cheryl Gushue; among many others.
More than 240 one-on-one, in-studio interviews have been archived since its inception in September 2010. Extraordinary Women TV is produced and owned by Shannon Skinner and Comfy Chair Productions Inc., and is filmed in Toronto.
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