EVERETT, WA – March 26, 2014 -- ReelTime Rentals, Inc (OTC Pink: RLTR) (PINKSHEETS: RLTR), a fast growing multi media company says the second episode of CNBC'S "Money Talks" will air tonight at 10PM/ET/PT on CNBC In last week's episode sports handicapper Steve Stevens feels the heat as his sales staff falls behind their production quota. As an incentive Stevens uses a $1000.00 dollar cash bonus to the highest producer to get the numbers back in line. To complicate matters, his top salesman Chris succumbs to the pressures of winning and losing sending himself sprawling towards a hangover to forget. After two tough losses Dan a high stakes player threatens to take his business elsewhere. Steve fearing the loss of a top client produces a winner making everything right. We also got to see Steven's softer side with the birth of his son which brings everything into perspective. Will Steve Stevens continue his streak of picking winners? Tune in tonight at 10pm. "Money Talks" is created and co-produced by ReelTime Partners/Turn Left Productions Todd Crites and Jackson Nguyen.
About Money Talks:
CNBC's "Money Talks" takes viewers inside the world of Steve Stevens, a sports handicapper who runs VIP Sports out of Las Vegas. Each one-hour episode follows Stevens and his agents who sell their picks to gamblers looking for any kind of edge. From small-time bettors to big-time whales who put six figures on the line, this is a world built on high risk, high reward and high emotions.
ReelTime Partners www.reeltime.com is in the business of identifying and monetizing individuals and companies who have been thrust into the public eye through the media. This awareness may come as a result of being featured on a TV show, newsworthy event, or viral social media exposure. Most individuals and companies are not prepared to monetize such exposure and often times find the exposure passes without having used it to their advantage. ReelTime through its partners is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the exposure and to maximize the benefits. Maximizing the opportunity may be achieved via merchandising, leveraging exposure into relationships, creating and marketing new revenue streams for existing products, and launching new products. ReelTime also helps increase the exposure that its partners receive and aid in the shaping of its image.
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SOURCE: ReelTime Rentals, Inc.