Gretchen Hamel To Be Weekly AA Guest

Gretchen Hamel Joins Goldline International's American Advisor As a Weekly Guest

Executive Director of Public Notice to Discuss Public Opinion About Current and Prospective Economic Policies

Santa Monica, CA - January 24, 2010 - Goldline International, Inc. announced today that Gretchen Hamel, Executive Director of Public Notice, will become a recurring guest on its long running national talk radio show, The American Advisor, beginning January 25.

Scott Carter, host of the American Advisor, will interview Ms. Hamel every Tuesday at approximately 11:30 Pacific Time on public opinion about the direction of the U.S. economy and the potential impact of current and prospective fiscal, monetary, and regulatory government policies. She joins the show’s three other recurring guests: Don Luskin, Chief Investment Officer of investment consulting firm Trend Macrolytics LLC (appearing every Monday); Goldline Executive Chairman Mark Albarian (appearing every Wednesday); and political commentator S.E. Cupp (appearing every Thursday).
"Gretchen Hamel offers an important perspective about our economy and we’re excited to have her as a recurring guest," said Carter.

The first regular interview with Gretchen Hamel airs on Tuesday, January 25 on radio stations throughout the U.S. You can also listen to the American Advisor live on the Internet at http://www.theamericanadvisor.com/category/interviews/, or call 1-800-963-9798 to locate a radio station near you. Archived shows can be heard at http://www.goldline.com/goldnews-liveradioshows.

About Gretchen Hamel
Gretchen Hamel is the Executive Director of Public Notice, where she leads a team of communications experts in their effort to provide clear, straightforward information on fiscal and economic issues to Americans outside the Beltway. The team’s first campaign, Bankrupting America, has gained significant attention from the media outlets to which citizens often pay the most attention: local television and radio, and state media. Public Notice has been recognized by national media outlets such as The Washington Post, Fiscal Times, and CNBC. More information on the project can be found at http://www.bankruptingamerica.org.

Release Date: 
Tuesday, January 25, 2011