Wellington, FL – January 31, 2012 – Mason Phelps Radio is pleased to announce that its fourth segment will be held this Thursday, February 2, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. EST on W4CY.com. Media Personality Steve Williams will be co-hosting alongside Phelps once again, and this week will feature Peter Welles, Maureen Gross and Mary Ross as guests. Phelps and Williams along with their guests look forward to discussing conserving land, how to find the perfect horse and how businesses are getting involved with the equestrian world. With the expertise of the panel, the show is sure to provide information on subjects ranging from keeping properties pristine to buying a new horse.
One of this week’s guests will be the founder of MatchnRide.com, a horse sales website, Mary Ross. She has created a new way for prospective buys to find their perfect horse. “I am so excited to be on Mason Phelps Radio this week,” said Mary Ross. “Mason has been a dear friend for many years, and he always finds something exciting to talk about.”
MatchnRide.com offers an ideal way to view potential horses. It is an online equestrian marketplace that unites horse buyers, sellers, and breeders via a fully automated database of classified advertisements. The website provides easy to use search tools, as well as protected communication channels to assist both the buyer and seller. In addition, MatchnRide.com provides an on-line searchable marketplace for equestrian related business.
“I am thrilled to be able to discuss my new website, MatchnRide.com, which is dedicated to finding prospective buyers their perfect horse, and helping sellers promote their horses in the most effective way,” expressed Ross.
There has been a new conservation movement happening across the United States, and this week Kensington Conservancy President Peter Welles will be discussing how individuals can take the time to protect and preserve crucial land for future generations.
“I’m excited to be on Mason’s new radio program,” said Welles. “He has invited me to talk about the private lands conservation movement in America. Individuals have protected nearly 40,000 properties across this great land.”
The third guest on the show will be Maureen Gross. She is part of the Palms West Community Foundation Chamber for non-profit businesses. “I always look forward to meeting with Mason,” exclaimed Gross. “Our new partnership is helping us identify key people in the equestrian industry. These people could potentially be on our chambers equestrian committee and help guide us to the needs from the business side of the equestrians.”
There are 17,000 Internet radio stations worldwide and W4CY is ranked 13th in the world. Listeners can tune in by visiting http://w4cy.com, and they can also call into the show with comments by dialing 561-623-W4CY (9429).
From International Polo to the Winter Equestrian Festival, Phelps will have the latest lowdown on all of the exciting events in Wellington, the equestrian capital of the world. And as you might expect, he’ll be reporting weekly on who has been naughty and nice.
For more information about the new show or to tune in please visit http://w4cy.com, the #1 ranked Internet radio station in West Palm Beach. For more information about Mason Phelps and Phelps Media Group, please visit www.phelpsmediagroup.com.
Media Contact: Mason Phelps
Phelps Media Group, Inc. International
phone 561.753.3389 fax 561.753.3386