Going Green in America and with Today in America TV

Going green used to mean to simply reduce, reuse and recycle. We are more likely today to take Eco-conscious ideas to new levels and make them happen all in the effort of saving the Earth. Today in America TV joins the Going Green in America movement with studio modifications.

Coral Springs, FL : Going green in the office is one of the hottest action items in America today. It is easy to change to a more ecologically friendly manner of managing business. The Today in America TV studio embraces the environmentally friendly way of running a business while doing its part to keep the Earth green for future generations.

Studio and production offices now use LED motion controlled lighting to reduce energy and save money. The offices are paperless and recycling alignments along with industrial water filters were installed to reduce the amount of plastic being recycled. Break areas are equipped with Energy Star appliances and green products thereby increasing sustainability standards and shipping materials are reused daily. These are easy modifications that any business can carry out to go green in America.

Terry Bradshaw, former pro ball player, is the host of the educational cable television program. The Hall of Fame inductee played for the Pittsburgh Steelers football team as their Super Bowl winning quarterback. He helped steer the team to many championship titles and earned the title of “Most Valuable Player” twice in his 14 year NFL career. Bradshaw retired in 1984 and has worked in sports broadcasting for more than 20 years. He is one of the famous spokespeople for Nutrisystem, an often requested motivational speaker and a sports analyst for a national television network.

Today in America with Terry Bradshaw covers topics that everyone can relate to, such as family health and wellness, sustainable living solutions and Eco-travel options. The intriguing show takes pride in being a leader in educational programming. It films in the United States and airs on regional and national business oriented cable networks. For more information about the show, please visit todayinamericatv.com or engage it on the popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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