Connecting Directors’ CEO Ryan Thogmartin on CNN’s Piers Morgan Show
Ryan Thogmartin, CEO of Connecting Directors appeared on CNN during the “Piers Morgan Tonight” show on Tuesday night. The conversation of the night was about Twitter and the amazing effect it is having on our society, wether it be from the news, celebrity, government, or even effecting the way we quickly raise money for charities. Ryan appeared on the show which featured many different well know celebrities including: Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee), of Vayner Media and Wine Library, Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan, @pierstonight), Twitter founders Biz Stone (@biz) and Jack Dorsey (@jack), as well as celebrity Alyssa Milano (@alyssa_milano) and Newark mayor Cory Booker (@corybooker).
Look below to see a picture of Ryan Thogmartin with Piers Morgan, Gary Vaynerchuk, Jack Dorsey, and Biz Stone.
Ok, so I didn’t really appear in person, but one of my Tweets did appear on the screen!! Thanks for enjoying this moment with me. I hope it gave you a laugh.
A special thanks to Robin Heppell (@funeralfuturist) for sending me this image he took of his tv screen, some how I missed it when I was watching.
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