Tony Webb

Tony Webb is the founder of eSpaceLotto for international space tourism. Mr. Webb became the youngest agency owner in the nation for Exxon Office Systems Company, a subsidiary of Exxon Enterprises. He competed against IBM, Wang, DEC, & Lanier for dedicated word processing and FAX industry. His experience also includes expertise in database informational services and software development used by the U.S. Senate. Mr. Webb is known for the innovative usage of technology for small business development and has presented his work at the Association of Small Business Development Centers National Conference. In 2002, Mr. Webb spoke at the International Space Development Conference and presented his concept for the international space tourism lottery. His space tourism lottery is well along in the development phase and will most likely take place first in Europe. This is an exciting space tourism program with incredible potential to be a significant contributor to building a space tourism industry.

Broadcast 166 (Special Edition)

Tony Webb, the founder of the space lotto for space tourism, was the guest on The Space Show for this program. Mr. Webb discussed in detail his espace lotto program and how it will help space tourism and entrepreneurial suborbital and other space companies. He also explains the legal issues involved both here in the United States and in other countries. We talked about the various prizes available for lottery winners, how to get the media behind the project, especially in Europe where progress with the European Broadcasting Authority was halted as a result of the Columbia accident. Mr.

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