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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"That with three seconds left is how you end coby alive podcast bosley thank you guys i hope hope that helm there you have it it'll be like it i hope the first experiment was was good i hope you guys pulled some information for that from that and there's going to be many more of those to come i don't know exactly you know when i first started this thing i just thought of it kind of as a project to sit down and have kusama sations with cool people that i know and it's obviously branch wave far beyond that and i think this is potentially one of the next ways branching out with that i noticed sitting there with all those people and especially in that crowd because those are all people in the apparel business shoe business and they're hungry and they want to learn and i think that i really enjoy being able to talk to those people directly and try to give as much information as i possibly can to that body that is my goal that's what i'm trying to get better at every single day how do i really give valuable information and answer the questions that you may not even know that you have so there's attempt one i hope you liked it hit me up on instagram let me know what you think let me some feedback on the item store it helps show trying to climb those business and subscribing hosting me in your closing the podcast in your in your instagram stories in t telling your friends keep recommending it that's how we're marketing this thing marketing dollars is nothing being spent there's no big strategy just putting out episodes were hoping you guys like it and we're spreading the word thank you so much we'll be back next week with a very very special i think of you and asking to hear from and a lot of you will be very exciting year of different sides so trust me on that one prepared next wednesday we got a big thank you my friend next.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"To get things started and looking for input and looking for some direction and you guys have all three succeeded on a really high level in in very different very different approaches if you could just give somebody here that's looking to do something similar to what you did some advice from everything that you know now what would you tell that person i hate saying this because devalue the creative process but the story is more important than the product if you look at the best brands in the world are incredible storytellers the product is also good but that comes with time when you're starting you're not gonna make the best product but you can't tell an incredible story so focus on documenting story and expressing that as opposed to making the best product because you the best product than world if no one knows about it it doesn't work so me and are on the opposite spectrum this and so for me i would say is distribution like you can have a bad product but if you're distribution teams good it doesn't matter i have brands that have less than ten thousand followers on social media but we do about seven figures a month in sales and you never even heard of these brands and at the same time we don't care if you have because our distribution is that big you know so i mean there's spectrum you can either go directly consumer out or you could do the whole saw and that's what i chose but like i'm saying for all you guys out there pick your side do you guys want to tell the story the stories beautiful and the stories beautiful i guy that loves the story too but at the same time if you wanna big team and you wanna you wanna be able to move units and make some big dollars i would say the distribution route echo on d with the story and say you know two and a half years ago i was managing one location with the dream of just being on a panel with these guys you know and it came down to honestly a moment in time where it sounds so corny cliche but it's honestly discipline like we all know the answers it's the answers aren't hidden from us you could drive to your podcast you drive to the group as you drive whatever it is and listen to all these inspirational guys sticks get what sticks you should out to carry on the and the building he definitely struck a nerve for me and at the end of the day it just comes down to being able to make the decision between right and wrong or decision between putting your phone down and not having on you and just focusing on on i'm still in from you you gotta just focus on what your goals are because the more you bullshit the long it's gonna take for you to get there and at the end of the day the answer or the question is really just in the mirror and that's the difference i think we tween whatever lane you decided shoes you could pick between five different ones the difference is going to be yourself and.

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"That and making making list it's so much easier than spending how much money it is now it'd be at the show when the traffic it's not there it's just not you think the complex con sort of format is the one the compass fan format is amazing because it blends both both wholesale and the consumer together and at the same time like you said the more the merrier yeah i just think you just need people i've been around for the glory days i'm not in this game long enough but my experiences part just as a buyer you know you know i mean i think it's mostly about the handshakes these moments and to saying what do people that you don't see on social media maybe but yeah it's definitely slowed down even in the last four years i've been around perfect let's talk sort of big current event the video that really shut down the fashion internet world over the weekend was burgess show for louis vitton and coming up in hugging kanye west and they had that moment of crying and and just audience and the people that were there at those shows and how paris fashion week looked on social media i mean it has truly rap culture athlete culture has truly been integrated into high fashion and i think five years ago i would have never believed that that was possible or that's what was coming and to see those guys truly owning it and konya the biggest thing and virgil be literally the biggest thing in fashion i think is incredible because it's all the stuff i'm a fan of blending with integrating into this world what are your general thoughts on really something that is such a huge moment and such a clear shift in normal in that world what's crazy is so actually was in paris last week not for fashion week with my family and we were walking the streets we were hitting all the luxury stores it was so damn busy everyone was buying thousand dollars shoes there was a line to pay and was like the who's who of the world buying fulbright's product which is a rare sight and what i realized was is that luxury brands are way more progressive european luxury brands are more progressive than american brands european luxury houses have embraced like virgil is an american designer why the fuck didn't get pick them up like what was the gap doing you need to breathe life into your customer he's the king of american fashion at the moment why didn't you hire them and i think it just shows you how progressive because their businesses are so big and profitable i think they have the ability to take a little more risk but i just think that energy that peres fashion we cat like i i don't buy clothes but like even my brother doesn't buy closes like walking fendi jacket where looking at balenciaga shoes and i was like this is actually working like he would never buy that he was like i want the sock racers and like that just shows you the shift like their marketing is so damn good that you're getting people that never would have reached him but that product i walked into those stores and i'm like i wanna spend money to it just felt like the right thing to do and i just think the brand marketing is so good from those brands collaborations energy they're putting virgil social media and all those designers social media's are incredible but like american brands do that they're stuck in their always like can't get their head of others that whole vibe that whole vibe in paris bashing week is exactly like the old days of magic and it's exactly how it was before and the big thing about that is the fact that you know virgil has a chance when he started off as a graphic designer pyrex what gives everybody else hope like hey my little brand and one day i one day become a fashion house designer for somebody from lvmh are caring or whatnot which is crazy crazy and and the crazy thing is they're paying attention they're watching the fact that they bought stadium goods and the fact that there's other designers that they're going to piji end up acquiring i'm gonna say now jerry lorenzo mike mary they're gonna probably be lvmh or caring brand i'm saying that now mark my words i mean i saw i was at the restaurant where everyone hangs out in paris and they were rockstars those guys are blitz it rocks the new designers the rockstar and i think that is.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Customer here hanging out experiencing it like complex gone was so bananas and now they have a wholesale time period for wholesale people can come in like hang out and talk in to do whatever business so i just think it just has to evolve because like i actually sales rep my sales from back in the day always used to say something he goes food tastes better and crowded restaurant so does a trade show everyone feels like everything's hot like i remember coming here when we were talking about eller g their booth and they'd have five hundred people outside it'd be like i don't know if they were buyers or friends or whatever but the energy was so crazy i was like man eller choose the coolest brand and they wanted to go yeah but but it worked and i think you just need bodies to create energy that energy will turn into dollars and the traffic now it's slow it's a lot like back in the day here it's water wall people and i was just talking to your getting global trade back then you'd have like people walking around with tires lions bears girls girls walking around body painted and now because a social media the buyer and the seller they both have social media so you don't need a trade show to be able to get there because buyer kgon social media and look at brands and brand pick it up but you as a brand ease it as the find stores on social media it's easy as shit i mean there's no need to do a trade show to find retailers like get go on social media find brand a fine stores diem call do all.

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Don't wanna see you win all the time people see everyone's sick of winners we wanna see the whole process of you winning and then we'll be with you when you win and we'll what we want to be on that journey with you and i think that's what social media is allowing people to do i would love to see a brand or a band or an artist start date this day one i have no money in my parents basement how the fuck is going to work out that's an awesome story to wanna see this ad boys and it's cool to be able to go back to like if i could see you at twenty years old on a webcam or do one wanted to gender i wrote zero orders day two zero order three zero orders four we got to pity orders chris what do you think overall it's crazy overall it's crazy but it's true i mean i judge people by the stories it's like some people when i when i go to the page and you see the little dots on like this guy spending too much time on social media over i'm going to the next person and it's like the same dude post in the same picture same food on like all right i'm over it but like the day you can tell a lot of a lot of a lot a lot lot from just social media i mean my interns my interns my staff when when they say anything in a look like okay i'm not gonna hire this person kinda shoes you earn exact what kind of car to drive kind of where do they go for lunch vice versa same thing on same thing that he said i mean most of most most people doing admit that but that's exactly what's damn true it's damn true and i know i know even conversation with other people they'll you know they want to do with you you go to your social media and sees okay well do they know who did they follow who did he talk to who done business with it's a big network and so they want to see oh he's followed by hilton he's followed by lonzo ball i mean you know chroma bone because he's bald by cool people and that's that's the truth that's honest drew i always tell people that like win this big change happened with e com and social we essentially replaced some of our sales and marketing team with a content team and it's like the same amount of bodies but just different it's a different strategy almost it sounds cool to be able to say i don't really mess with instagram great but if you're trying to start a brand or do that sort of thing it's like saying i'm starting a brand but i don't really mess with that whole marketing thing you know what i mean like you just have to do it you have to get over smith logs smith is the biggest my generation is the biggest star and he blogs so that just tells you if will smith is doing it everyone else should be doing is amazing yeah i do skill sets really important at times especially with the companies i give access to which is probably not the best idea but i give access to every single employee at our store with and i tell them in different ways where you know typically it'd be like hey it's our employees are fellow employees birthday we'll turn that into a star where it's like hey what can we find for brian's birthday in the store that's under fifty bucks and that turns into a whole different thing you start a poll start different things as hot you know whatever what would he want for his birthday and it turns into you're not only telling story about someone's birthday and glorifying them and all that and then you've got a cake i got you broke but it's also turns into a shopping experience great let's talk trade shows we are at one we've all seen the transition of this one in particular in lots of right and we see what's happening with complex con we see consumer facing we see the action there where do you think that this is headed is it headed to one main thing that's consumer facing headed to smaller beat to be is it headed what's your forecast while we're literally in the middle of one of where this is going i mean i think it's just going to become what saturday is which is the music festival panels workshops and the brain boomers yeah and consumers and just the.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"I've had kids come from all over the world who just like they've seen me play basketball what their favorite youtuber and now they're like check up i wanna play you on one at the store and i'm just like hey like okay i got you well shoot around no problem but i think it also comes down to just you know showing the realism i think that's where people can connect with you whether it be just the daily struggle wayne very coffee or whatever it may be a very smogs apple is every sunday i go to church and i show that i go to church i'm not trying to be politically about it's my personal brand who i am and kids will come to me after service like yo you come to the starch i wanted to go to the all right well there's a bigger thing so this let's let's talk their fans of the brand it's different things just a reflection of who you are is in the business especially for myself and i think it's incredibly important just to carry self the way you'd expect your business to carry itself in the public eye so what if i'm a person once again i love to try to give advice to people or something they can act on if i'm somebody walking around here that has a really good idea for a brand and i'm getting started but i'm a little shy and i don't think the social media thing is for me am i wrong i need to get over that and figure out my strategy like i ran into someone early like i'm not on social media then you don't you're not alive like your debt if i don't see one the internet then i don't know you exist and i'll give example we have one hundred fifty little one hundred fifty employees soon as they get a resume like them go to their instagram we're fashion brand i wanna see do you have any taste where.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Mentality that we had was sort of like you don't go brag about everything you're doing you don't you run a proper business but now it's like it's almost a necessity and it's kind of getting over that hump seems hard yeah i mean the first time i turn my phone over was awkward but now i love it i just talked with all day and and and i realize i'm in the very early stages of being youtube influencer but like everyone jokes about it around me but it is so powerful because the people you actually connect with and they actually listen and the is actually talked to you it converts to sales it converts into building a real brand and that's the hardest thing today because what we grew up everyone were nike everyone drank gatorade and because it was the marketing on tv that we saw michael jordan you know with the song and dance everything right but today the customer has choice they can connect with whomever they want so it's like virgil app blow is the brand not whatever brand he owns or starts he can take his power and his currency wherever he goes in his customer will follow and that's what i'm hoping for is that like i can build a personal brand where customers are like and my personal brands like you can do it like i did it it's not that hard i took a long time but and so i'm hoping people kind of connect with me on that whatever their journeys and entrepreneurship and then oh by the way these are the shoes i sell my pants my shirts and hopefully you'll buy something can you tell me a moment that you've had you've had a few where you see that being true you see the work you're doing leading to sales or leading to traction so that that we didn't meet up in west hollywood at a at a restaurant and there was about thirty guys maybe i think twenty five had our shoes on and twenty had our clothes and that's when i knew i was like oh shit people are paying attention because i saw the people wearing the product that we make and they all to people here that found out about this from your facebook group yeah my facebook group has popping and only three hundred seventy people but we are very committed three hundred seventy people in your group so we're good it's good pretty great people and we actually share real information and real stories and that's what i think it's cool about this personal brand story is that like you can't like you can't just be this cool guy in some like yes sure i can i can show you all the cool friends i have and like my cool life but like also tell you about our business and i'll tell you where we fail where we struggle and that base book group is a perfect example that everyone sharing their personal stories and that to me is like true like i'm truly building connection with each other i mean honestly your personal brand is very very important how you prepare yourself and how people look at you huge so you even for myself i try to play like the cool dad and you do that well lambeau a baby and the basketball so the thing is you got to so a lot of times where i post i got to think about what i'm doing what i'm saying what i'm posting what people are gonna feel because at the same time when representing all these brands are the face of it and so a lot of people get turned off like you know what i don't like the guy i'm not buying the shit you know and so even for us it's like overall i got a say the right things do the right things because if affects our business and sometimes use the social media just to promote the brand because most of most of the people follow me all retailers and so it's funny i use your story line and i'll say like today i posted something and says hey what do you think if we drop the apparent denham in x amount whatever contact your contact your local leverage saucer and then my guys get text message like do followers follow you so it's strong it's strong post coming interested i was gonna go check it out no just to echo on all of that it's extremely important for me just being involved with some other influencers you become kind of like this like co star and.

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"That that will drive all the traffic but the flushed with cash to go and do that and that's you competing against like we never raised that kind of money so we had to we have to do it efficiently so it's it's not possible for us to compete it's also about platform like the you just think 'cause i work funny thing is i will be as well so we do all the back ends of for lavar co thank you yeah and the funny thing is like this it's like just off of leaker fans along do you know much merchandise they sell just off of bb and leaguer calloway's it's like the fact that they know that the the whole family they have this audience they have is platform of kids that love the lakers love's oh love of our love mellow lavar is a big is star period period if you ever gonna tell laker game you got line longer for him to see him to get from lavar than you do zone and the combined period so them just using that platform they could just move so much so much so much and you guys been laker games how much bbc there now i mean everyone courtsize wearing bbb exactly it's crazy exactly those kids are wearing thousand dollar sneaker the saint laurent jacket and bbb shirt and i made that you're buying dinner mickey what about you we talked about it a little bit before this you haven't really had to get into that too much right yeah as we were talking about earlier like i mean since our start in august fifteen joking around here you say that you're spending one point five a month and i spent probably one point five jesus i think we've spent twenty five dollars in three years and it's like it's a joke i mean on our n given i mean we're we're only doing light seven figures year on site that either auto shop template i bought somewhere like it's worked well for us but you know what the kind of margins we deal with right like gross profit margin really start to land really average twenty twenty five percent you know like at at its best it's probably thirty to thirty five on a good month it's hard to like kind of eat those testers or like in putting out ads like that and you know i myself or the team that i've dealt with we haven't really like wanted to dive into that yet because really with us it's more about it's about reliability and just like the customer experience and i gotta say luckily do a lot of the relationships that we built over the time we have there's a huge trust factor with our brand and that's kind of what we've like really like bet it on that's great i'm jealous next question i feel like we're in the age of the personal brand and we're in the age of the consumers of the brand knowing who owns it and knowing why they do what they do in where their money's going and that's happening more and more and more and what i'm seeing is in a lot of these businesses the brand what the brand says actually means less and what the brands owner on instagram or the lavar ball the face of it whatever says is what's really actually selling clothes and building an audience that you can even target too i guess just one by one what are your thoughts on that change happening do you think it's not that big of a deal do you think it's a necessity do you think that everyone here potentially starting brand should start right now with figuring out what their social media strategy is just kind of your overview of that phenomenon well i mean you obviously know actively trying to be youtube influencers and and really because it's as simple as we used to spend that much money a month trying to choir customer and we weren't actually building a relationship with them and what i realized was the customer was connecting with me or my partner more than our brand so i started kind of being more like we've had this business sixteen years fifteen and a half of them no one knew who we were no one knew you had a partner like no one knew anything because that's just the aero we start you never knew who started who actually started rockaway everyone thought it was christians i think that it seemed kind of cocky to do that you know like the.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Is thirty years old so working professional he's actually too busy to spend his time shop i mean that our whole business model is based on guys who are too busy to shop for clothes so for us we'd be better suited to open a bar and say come hang out with other members we're more like a country club i would say that's a physical retail space whereas we used to have three tale stores they did terrible like we just guys would walk in only when we were on sale they didn't know what they wanted and would be like all right need three outfits we could have this is when we realize oh we can send them whatever we want and then that's what we did we started curated packages for guys that we thought them so our particular customer is probably our guy is wants his uber on demand he pays postmeeting he's everything is click of a button so shopping make sense that it's also a click and it's funny because the same guy that we shop with us the do that will be on friday night will get to their get their pick out a fit for the club he doesn't give a fuck what it is he just wants a top to match the bottom match the shoes and drives the club any drives your customers driving drunk yes i'm just kidding so am i correct in thinking that like if you're kind of just getting in in this industry if you're just getting into the retail space you better either have a good reselling strategy which is something exciting better be a marketing tool or it's kind of pointless to just try to go the traditional retail route is that too dramatic or so so i'll give you for like digitally native brands that are obviously only on line there's like this new shift of like opening a brielle stores like worby parker or bonobos or casper and the reason why that happened is is that customer acquisition cost on facebook and instagram have exploded so high that it's actually cheaper to open a store and fifth avenue because it's so expensive digitally to acquire traffic so they did the math and said oh we can just open a store melrose place which is the most expensive right now lay but it doesn't matter because cheaper than facebook so as long as there's people walking by we can justify the economics in our head but in our world if there's a kid here walking around saying man i had this great idea and i'm gonna start figuring out how to open a store unless he has an angle should probably he's gonna lose his ass yeah you guys agree i agree i wouldn't do it that's what we're here for we're trying to give answers forget comparison fifth avenue i mean we just opened our fifth location it's in las vegas and it's inside a miracle mile which the head count on a weekday seventy two thousand people on a weekend one hundred and twenty thousand people and by far it's like our three to argue three to four times higher than my highest rent in california and it just speaks volume because it doesn't even have a website in grosses more than our website and another store if you will to compare the type of volume that we do there interesting okay what about also do you mentioned it but like the shift in marketing strategy i mean i remember when we started even young and reckless ten years ago it was a totally different strategy where now it's much more based around facebook ads targeting and building social following and bringing people to your e comes site do you think that that just continues once i guess my similar question is do you think that if you're a new person starting brand you think you need to start learning how to use google targeting facebook targeting all that stuff right now because that is the new way or is it a moment so you need to have that skill set because that's like baseline to acquire a customer so it's super important but the real challenge is so like the joke for me on digital marketing is that.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"All right hello everyone and welcome to the first ever attempt at doing my podcasts live so hopefully this goes as well as it did in my head for those of you who don't know my podcast is called short story long i started about two years ago and really what i do is i sit down every week and i interview cool interesting successful people with the goal of really humanizing their journey and making it understandable and making it relatable and not sometimes when these people do interviews it's kind of painted as their superheroes and their way above all of us and so you don't really get anything out of it so my goal is to kind of bring that down to human level and find out how they really built what they built so that's entre preneurs athletes people all across the board but this so we're going to something a little bit different for agenda specifically d and chris have both been on my podcast before and told their stories and mickey will be on it soon but the goal is to really sit down with these guys who are three really smart hardworking guys in this industry and just kind of talk about what's going on and how things are changing and advice or input or anything they can give i wanted to kind of pick their brains publicly let everyone join in on that as well so let's start with a quick intro from each of you just tell me who you are kind of what your businesses how you got where you are and get acquainted with the crowd here thank you drama my name is dee murthy i'm the co founder of a business called the menlo club it started as brand called five four sixteen years ago actually at the first ever agenda so more from traditional wholesale business to an online only business we about five six brands and i noticed drama just said smarten interesting not successful so that's me i'm smart and interesting and drama is also my business partner in a brand that he started call young and reckless all right my name is chris no i'm the owner of the leverage so what the leverages we own a few brands house junior embellish chris lifted anchors miss anything no okay and so our our businesses all wholesale so we represent all the brands so we do all the distribution so i'm on the sale side but we do do direct consumer as well how i started i've been in business since i was about twenty three and i was myself so i was a sales manager so i've been doing this show for years years and we actually started doing the same two thousand and two thousand four so we've seen the transition from a big show four days one hundred thousand people to state of it is now and that is it i'm mickey garra i'm the owner and ceo of the magnolia park aka the mag mark we've been in business now two and a half years and tough retail world we're now just opened our fifth location we were basically a resell consignment store but we're i think one of the first introduce a hybrid of having traditional counts like chris's brands and also reselling other brands like supreme that'd be the most popular as well as the most high footwear and how i got started as jayde for ten years and built a lot of energy network around my name and figure selling clothes was the next best thing and.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The spin i'm chris ngo hanson booed sports eagles qb nick falls named the mvp couple years ago there's time where i was thinking about hanging up decrease and i think as people you know we deal with struggles in knows no a moment in my life where i thought about it and you know our prayed about it and you know i'm grateful there are many decision come back here and play and silver we've nick i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey a glorious night in the delaware valley damp was some slow clearing the birds had that super bowl victory overnight low at thirty one degrees for our day tomorrow mostly sunny cold and blustery with a high temperature at 35 another chance of rain went to expect it when we check eyewitness weather on kyw news radio abroad center we have cloudy skies thirty seven degrees kyw news time 402 john now for traffic and transit on the twos and a lot of black ice reports out there latest from pete in arado ever getting a lot of reports of that frank but still a great morning to wake up in the delaware valley now if you weren't there last night we can't describe the pandemonium on broad street through center city following the eagles win the off ramp the broad street from the vine street expressway they were shut down for traffic control but other open once again so good news there adding on into the city no issues at this hour on four 22 now we're good shave from pas down and the king of russia and seventy six the schuylkill expressway from keio of kop on and we are troublefree now of course icy patches through the suburbs especially a lot of tipsters have been calling in as saying a you know watch out one guy was in the villanova saint david's area so do use cautioned this getting now another report about black guys this is 95 southbound approaching gerard as so just a heads up there as.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The governor authorized defense attorneys for the man accused of shooting of philadelphia caught two years ago file a motion to suppress a taped statement i'm chris ngo hanson 2017 proved to be a recordsetting year for philadelphia tourism in a number of atta goris i'm dan wing in sports the third quarter the sixers lead the bulls sixty nine to forty eight in college basketball at the time bowl arena with south sixty eight umass forty two that's the second half and at the second in the second half st joe's forty nine st bonaventure forty temple in cincinnati go added at nine o'clock in business the dow jones is up forty one points on the day the nasdaq down forty five and the s p drop twopoint i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo mostly cloudy tonight a chilly breeze low twenty seven tomorrow sunny brisk and cold high thirty nine and then it warms up again i'll tell you warmer back in the fifties and went to expect rain when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio at the cbs broadcast center it's thirty seven degrees cloudy skies going down to twenty seven kyw news time eight thirty two for traffic and transit on the twos but overturned vehicle out on the northeast extension it's northbound right before lansdale the right lane blocked we do have a lot of equipment on the scene southbound side of the northeast extension looking go renouncing any problems east west on the pennsylvania turnpike alan cheltenham's washington lane it ashbourne road we have construction work shed appears only one lane getting by two times are just a slight delay out in north wales walnut street between six street and seven street all lanes are blocked due to fire department activity they're asking you to avoid the area not seeing any problems i was out of the schuylkill expressway vine street expressway east and westbound looking good i ninety five north and southbound in and out of center city also running at normal speeds in new jersey the 42 freeway southbound between 130 in to ninety five they have three lanes blocked for overnight construction with this the off ramp to 295 northbound is closed in detoured that's all expected to go tell around five clocked tomorrow morning we're not seeing any problems on 295 or 55 all the delaware river bridges look good mass transit is on or.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The use of artery in philadelphia though good morning on brandon brooks sunshine now thirty eight degrees at the broadcast center headed a forty three this afternoon in the news at this hour a suspected failed suicide bombing at the new york port authority bus terminal port authority is where hundreds of buses converge especially on a very busy monday morning police in the bomb squad on scene one person in custody we'll have a special report also this warner eagles fans come home after watching their birds win and lose their starting quarterback and walked off in the whose mattel was faith and i said oh i'm tim jimenez at philly international aids the final day of campaigning before that hotlycontested alabama us senate election and back home missing car and pickup truck a dead woman and now of philadelphia homicide investigation i'm chris ngo hanson i'm matt lay on the eagles celebrated nfc east title after that win over the rams but they wait to find out just how severe is the knee injury four quarterback carson once i'm steve potisk at bloomberg even after the long rally there are still some bargains on wall street and shale oil drilling may get even bigger next year opening minute of trading on wall street and the vows up twenty four points the nasdaq ahead eight the sp 500 up a couple of points i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger expect to see some sunshine to it are high hitting forty three degrees tonight there maybe maybe a he flurries north of the city dropping down to thirty three coming up we do have some additional rounds of priests of coming through some rains had snow and also very cold air alltime it all out for you when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio hartley sunny thirty eight degrees headed to forty three nafta five thirty two sam clover here traffic and transit.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The use of already in philadelphia earlier thursday morning it's the 21st of november good morning i'm brandon brooks partly cloudy skies forty one degrees at the broadcast center in spring garden we're headed to sixty one today in the news at this hour despite heroic efforts to get all seniors out of the west chester assisted living raging fire first responders cannot account for four residents say a prayer for them and their families i'm steve tower a federal judge in california permanently blocks an executive order signed earlier this year that would block funding for sanctuary cities like philadelphia i'm dan wing philadelphia police are asking for your help is they investigate a string of assaults in center city saturday by two groups of teens molly daylight a family searches for answers in delaware county murder case that's gone cold i'm really hoping that somebody yet there will come forward i'm chris ngo henson i'm jeff ash ben simmons with a careerhigh twenty seven points in the '70s sixers 10 seventy six win against the utah jazz and pan defeated northern illinois ninety three to eighty i'm steve potisk at bloomberg the government is sowing the block at and t's proposed takeover of time water and nestle as a possible suitor for organic food maker hanes celestial futures higher this morning five points up for the s p eighteen for the nasdaq futures ahead forty one points i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger a really nice looking day with temperatures exceeding what's average at a 61 degrees any sunshine with light wind enjoy it now the clouds do build tonight will see some spy showers moving especially for the overnight hours down only forty seven degrees so it's just rain ice or snow however i'll let you know whether that wet weather gets out of here you're in time for your holiday travel plans tomorrow.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In philadelphia thursday morning it's the seventeen th of august good morning i'm brendan broke seventy four degrees partly cloudy skies at the broadcast center we're headed to eighty seven in the sunshine today in the news at this hour a street demonstration in philadelphia while a few hundred miles away well let's ville virginia for a memorial for heather higher the woman killed when a white supremicist plowed his car through a crowd of protestors i'm steve kastenbaum back home campbell soup ceo quits a white house panel white house puts the panel out of business and local expert looks at the collateral damage i'm david madden the margate do controversy continues with another battle in federal court i'm chris ngo hanson davy rams his philly they're hungry they're ready for it so i expect to be 'rockin even otages princes eagles football tonight at the link meantime fires we'll get credit or three stolen bases in the end not a good series for the fills in san diego business futures down this one two points for the s p nine for the nasdaq futures are off a dozen i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey affleck for thursday mostly sunny with us money late day thunderstorm a high temperature at eighty five and a steaming and stormy prodi is in store what to expect when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio partly cloudy skies seventy four degrees we're headed there eighty seven kyw news time four thirty two sample overseer traffic and transit on the twos one example good morning brandon grade a conditions on area roadways this morning i have some very good news the vine expressway is open there.

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"chris ngo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"chris ngo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Going there's there's no throw to cut off he has won job go to first base because their fifth that over there what julia china carter carter carded carter who didn't go right to the bag he had to reach for the bag because even go to the bag no no i don't think that's what i that is what i saw i saw him guard of the bag you got smoke coups six four running down the line he's got his back to him he was there he had his foot other side of this sport on the bag that's what i saw and i thought he was hearing the footsteps to make sure i didn't what whatever i know they gave manarah but i thought it looked like his foot was on the bag and zhou said it was one of those plays because and this is what they do back in new york if they column safe it has to be claire he said because they called him say it was day say they had called him out there was gonna stay out they are they get some runs on the board finally with the home run with those waters in scoring position offered hours in scoring position is a big difference here yeah it it is in that that has happened in and joe said we felt like were in the game will judge hits the home run our we had our chances and there were a few miscues they're both that's what he was talking about that way i'm he said the guys are playing hard we got when we get behind it doesn't mean anything somebody asked him swinging you know that this is gonna keep coming up on klaiver taurus played his fifth game at third base tonight and he is hitting is also make an error is down there yeah but he said mm dan somebody said vet greg bird is had a double and is is coming back here what about chris ngo said you know it's been a battle for him but don't forget it was a battle for greg bird to he's trying and we'll see any of keep trying i don't know what they expected joe to say.

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