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eQuest Set to Produce Popular American Dream Program on Armed Forces Radio Network for U.S. Troops

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 12/04/13 -- eQuest announced today that beginning January 2014 it will become an executive producer of the popular Armed Forces Radio Network show, American Dream. The show is listened to by thousands of American soldiers stationed around the globe.

The show's production coincides with eQuest's Compliance Services Division which 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.

American Dream is broadcast weekly in more than 177 countries and tells the inspiring true stories of men and women who served in the armed forces or entertained and supported the troops, and then went on to achieve the "American Dream." Interviews include such luminaries as astronaut Buzz Aldrin, auto racing great Mario Andretti, American Idol's Kelly Pickler, and model turned successful business woman, Kathy Ireland.

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 can be reached at www.equest.com.

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