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Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary to Appear on eQuest's American Dream Interview Series for Armed Forces Radio

O'Leary Sheds Light on What Ingredients Entrepreneurs Must Have to Be Successful

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/28/14 -- eQuest today announced that Kevin O'Leary is set for broadcast as part of eQuest's January lineup for its American Dream Interview Radio series broadcast over Armed Forces Radio to thousands of military troops stationed around the world.

O'Leary, most famous for his role in the popular television series Shark Tank, is a millionaire venture capitalist and an in-your-face, conservative media commentator.

Kevin discusses his multifaceted career from his humble beginnings as an ice cream scooper to weaving his way through his investment successes and failures.

AMERICAN DREAM with Kristin Best tells the inspiring true stories of men and women who have achieved the American Dream. The 'never say die' stories its guests share encourage, instruct, amaze and fire up Armed Forces Network's vast listening audience each week.

The interview can also be heard at: http://americandreamonafn.com/Listen.aspx?ep=76

About eQuest

eQuest is the global leader in job-posting delivery and job board management services whose clients include the majority of the Global Fortune 500. eQuest's Compliance Division ensures American businesses of its job posting obligations under the guidelines of the Department of Labor and the OFCCP. eQuest's production of the American Dream series, helps provide its customers with employment channels to reach Veterans, disabled Veterans and Diversity organizations. eQuest can be reached at http://www.equest.com

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