Monday, September 29, 2014

Roosevelt Island Gristedes Supermarket Chain Owner John Catsimatidis Hosts Sunday Radio Talk Show Too - Guests Include National Health Institute Director Anthony Fauci On Ebola Outbreak, Former Ambassador John Negroponte On ISIS And Middle East Crisis & More

 Image Of John Catsimatidis From The Cats Roundtable

Roosevelt Island Gristedes Supermarket chain owner, real estate developer, billionaire oilman, former NYC Mayoral candidate and entrepreneur John Catsimatidis is also host of a Sunday morning radio talk show - the Cats Round Table on AM 970.

Yesterday, Sunday September 28, the Cats Roundtable discussed meeting with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, San Gennaro Festival, obtaining a Panda Bear from China for NYC, the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder and hanging out with former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Mr. Catsimatidis then conducted very interesting interviews with:
Here's the Cats Roundtable from September 28,


Mr. Catsimatidis with former Vice President Dick Cheney
and my interview with Mr.Catsimatidis during March 2013 grand re-opening of the Roosevelt Island Gristedes.

4 comments :

APS said...

Why are you promoting this? Because he owns a store on the Island that took him more than 20 years to renovate and change his pricing scam only after he would have lost his lease? Sorry, don't get it.

RooseveltIslander said...

He's a Roosevelt Island business owner with an interesting radio show discussing important issues. I would do the same thing for any other Roosevelt Island resident, business owner, or stakeholder.

http://rooseveltislander.blogspot.com/search?q=kim+lengle

I also thing it is entertaining.

YetAnotherRIer said...

Huh? He happens to have a store (one of hundreds in NYC) on Roosevelt Island and that makes him a "Roosevelt Island business owner"? Would you do the same for Nigel Travis, the CEO of Dunkin' Donuts? Just saying.

RooseveltIslander said...

Yes, Catsimatidis is a Roosevelt Island business owner for many years and is directly involved in the management of the Roosevelt Island Gristedes (one of about 30) which has improved alot since the 2013 renovation.

Dunkin Donuts does not have a store on Roosevelt Island but if Howard Schultz, the owner of Starbucks, had a personal involvement with the Roosevelt Island Starbucks, and had an interesting radio show, I would certainly do the same thing.