Jerry Giordano Wraps Up 25 Year Career in TV News. Leaves KTUL to become Real Estate Agent

Jerry Giordano trades his microphone for a realtor's license. Last day at KTUL May 31, 2010.
By: The Committe to Elect
 
May 23, 2010 - PRLog -- "It wasn't even that tough a choice," says Giordano.  "One minute I was covering a story just like any other day.  Then, BAM.  I thought to myself, I don't want to do this anymore.  I slipped my letter of resignation under my boss's door (it was a weekend) and that was that.  Allegra was very supportive."  Giordano went on, "I am tired of covering all the bad news, murders, dui, people arrested, the police report, etc.  Real Estate doesn't have any of that.  It's time."

PR Log (Press Release) – May 22, 2010 – Jerry Giordano, Tulsa Realtor and News Anchor at KTUL, unveils new branding concept to be used in print and broadcast media.

"Jerry Giordano:  Tulsa's GO TO GUY for Real Estate"  will be Giordano's tag line for advertising and on  TV.   And it's already working.  Numbers don't lie.

Jerry Giordano has already inked a deal with Cox Media and will be featured on Go Scout Homes, a cable channel devoted exclusively to the buying and selling of Tulsa area Real Estate.  Jerry and his listings will be featured on the 24 hour Go Scout Homes Cox Cable Channel 22.   Look at me, Mah! .

Jerry Giordano has joined Coldwell Banker Select in Midtown Tulsa and brings with him 25 years of news experience and 10 years of real estate experience buying and selling homes in the Tulsa Metro.   You just wait!!

Jerry Giordano looks forward to teaming up with former viewers to assist in the sale and purchase of residential real estate.  Giordano has been buying and selling homes in the Tulsa Metro for more than a decade.  He has been a real estate investor, a house flipper and a landlord, mostly around Midtown in the are near the University of Tulsa.

Jerry Giordano:  Tulsa's GO TO GUY for Real Estate.
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