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Gubernatorial Candidate Launches New Business Start Ups in Minnesota - A Global CampaignSalem-News.com
Catching up to FaceBook and surpassing its 500 million viewers is our corporate goal for the current set of three sites - John Uldrich
(MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.) - John Uldrich, Independence Party candidate for Minnesota Governor has launched a state/region/nation and international advertising campaign to solicit new business start ups throughout the State.
Uldrich’s first campaign slogan was (and still is) “Minnesota Can’t Wait For 2011!” “My entire business career has been ‘new-business-development oriented – good time to put it to use for the State that has given much to my family...”
New business leads generated by this campaign will be shared with the State of Minnesota’s Economic Development Center and ED operations throughout the state according to Mr. Uldrich.
Ads placed on his own commercial web sites (Med-Weather – Vektor Forecast – ChronoBioClock) now carry a message promoting Minnesota as a great place to do business. The Vektor site is a Fish & Game Forecast used extensively by hunter, fisher, bird watchers, farmers and ranchers http://www.vektorforecast.com, The ChronoBioClock draws viewers interested in knowing how earth tides can affect their daily life and well being. chronobioclock.com
Med-Weather, pioneer in medical/weather-related meteorological forecasting in the United States, provides twice-daily updates for 165 major city/country sites globally and effectively covers half the earth’s population (3.2 billion people) med-weather.com
All sites, available to individual viewers, are also packaged as syndicated feeds to radio, newspaper, cable, television and medical institutions on a daily fee basis.
All Web 2.0 sites are a joint venture between Uldrich-Integris Media and the Augsburg College Computer Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Noel Petit. Dr. Petit, U.S. Naval Reserve Meteorologist (Captain, Ret.d.) is head of Augsburg’s Computer Science Department. He is also communications manager for Operation Penguin, a NOAA project gathering data from the Arctic and Antarctic for a consortium of international colleges and universities studying the Aurora Borealis as a potential energy source. Petit’s doctorate is in Atmospheric Physics. Augsburg computer lab students serve as paid interns for these projects.
In addition to providing Med-Weather data feeds globally, all data is archived for researchers in the biometeorology and bioclimatology fields. Example: BioClock data is provided to the University of Minnesota’s Halberg Chronobiological Center for their research studies on links between solar flare-up and human health issues. Data on solar winds which impact humans physiologically as it relates to cardiology, migraine and psychiatric issues is now on each Med-Weather forecast and available for millions of viewers around the world.
Designed for the advertising ‘click-on’ market, Uldrich-Integris Media Inc., will be expanding cities and countries to capture viewers in the expanding global internet market. According to Uldrich, Chair of UIM, “Catching up to FaceBook and surpassing its 500 million viewers is our corporate goal for the current set of three sites – and – our goal to create additional sites using our ‘scalable capabilities’...”
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