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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Oh, Another 16 15 at 700. W. Well, W and I mentioned this to Tom Rivers that Yeah, recommending they had some snow in the UK and their National Health service came out recommending that people walk like penguins when they go outside to avoid falling and Explain to you how you walk like a penguin here momentarily. Meanwhile, Bryan Collins is here. What's going on in idea, just the impact that the pandemic has had on the hotel business in the tristate Cincinnati chamber. Has released numbers for last year compared to 2019 revenue per rumors. They put it for hotels downtown off 50%. In 2020 because of the pandemic 132,000 nights that were booked at hotels downtown Cincinnati or canceled Would like would have thought they'd be higher than that. I agree, but I thought the same thing. I wondered what the impact would be The big questions surrounding this and nobody really knows. The answer going forward is how is this going toe? Impact convention business and meetings long term. And is there a need still for a brand new convention hotel in the heart of downtown Cincinnati? We know that they've committed $60 million buying the old millennium right there, across from the convention center. And they are expected to be in the process soon of tearing it down. And there are a lot of people now, fearing that the But the pandemic, uh, on top of the financing problems that they were already having, and you may have Ah, vacant lot right there in the heart of the city. Haven't had one of those for some time to come now. It, uh, I love Fountain Square West kid coming up our new 6 30. We'll talk about the distribution of the vaccine and the president's plans now. To try and make it available to anybody who wants a shot as soon spring. Those details at 6 30 News Radio seven w W Right Right now. It's 6 16.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'm not really interested in. Why on that I'm more interested in what you're doing and what you're going to do to help, you know, get the charter committee kind of back in the game and moving forward. I know you're so passionate your small business owner Obviously your city resident, you're very engaged. In politics and Yeah, wanted it wanted to kind of get what? What's your vision? And how can the charter committee kind of, you know, really get back in there and get some influence. Yeah, Put it back into you know, we're not the greatest PR. You know, we're not in a great organization when it comes to tooting our own horn and but we are the people that are behind the scenes. You're talking to council members and meeting with the mayor and doing you're letting them know this is how government should function. But yeah, we wait. We have not had the influence like we did in our heyday. And it almost correlates with the when the strong mayor about 20 years ago, and, you know, really, it's almost that takes the major controversy like we've been saying Get it back into the line line. Unfortunately, while we know there's a huge opportunity reform is absolutely you know the topic of the day and you know whether somebody identifies with their charge right? Our charter friendly tartar endorser. Justin Independent. The construct is that we need transparent government. We need accountability. We need council members that are on Lee. Focus on Councilman being a council member. And you know, you look at It's one of the players that have fallen so far, you know they've had greater ambitions. You know they they're two offices ahead of their current position, everything for it, and that's a problem for me. I want somebody who Cares about all areas of the city. They're not talking about potential runs for X Y Z office. They are a city councilman, and there the mayor and that is the only job that matters. And we strayed from that. And you know, one of my biggest 10.2 is that you are council lectures right now are just they kissing babies and petting puppies process. You know, it's like a dating relationship. You only get that the best of the best in the smiles and the choreographic man, speak it and what we want is debate and we want questions that we want to know. Hey, give me your references because I'm going to call him because, you know, I don't want to know what happens the day after the election, who this person is, I want to know exactly who they are. And so we're charter needs to come in is we gotta ask the questions. That they have to answer. And even if it makes him squirm, talk with Matt would. She's the president of the charter committee. A greater Cincinnati. Um, but really a third party in the city of Cincinnati, you know, going back decades. Matt and will will there be, and I've heard this term used in the local political world. Since all this chaos has happened, you know, cross endorsement. Will there be some partnering with the Cincinnati Chamber or the Republican Party or even the Democratic Party? With charter to kinda get together and they forget about the partisanship. Everyone we need to. Hey, here's nine counsel for candidates, and here's the mayor that we really need to get together and Kind of get behind is that Will there be some of that, or I and look, I know everybody's got kind of their own, especially with Republicans and the Democrats. But Um, yeah, I wanna kinda want to get your take on that. Yeah, I'd love you know, speculate, right now we're still you know, Right now we're actually meeting on building our true platform. And if it doesn't ball cross endorsements, it's really not a ego or pricing. Yeah, we need our ponies. And only our ponies are our cars. We want the best of the best. And if it involves that there is somebody who happens to be You know, as endorsed Democrat or endorsed Republican. We're going to try and figure out what is the best way to present to the city. You know that them's a great about showing up at the polls and handing out the Democratic endorsed ticket. You know, my goal that we're gonna be at the polls and we're gonna hand out the reform ticket. It's not. Meanwhile, charter represents a brand of reform. I don't necessarily care that they have to say on the charger. No, I love that the reform ticket and I love I love hearing that. I'm up against the break, Matt, but I want to talk to you more on heavy back on sometime. Obviously, a big year..

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Know, we are committed to improving the environment. So you know it's got where we can. We are contributing to that effort in northern Kentucky. We have almost 10 megawatts of solar Um, but again, you know, we really need some some pretty large acreage in order to put in utility scale. Solar on dit is an intermittent as we have in Ohio. We've got a lot of land I'll beat in rural areas, but it seems to me like, you know, having seen how wind came along. I think about it. You've got all these wind turbines, but they're spread out all over the place. They're mechanical, which means they're gonna break down. Where is Soler? Once you put the panels in place? Generally, there's not a lot of there's a lot. It's a lot less maintenance that you have to do on solar. Then you would do on the on the intensity of the wind, right. There there is, I would agree with that. But you know that the other aspect of this is battery storage, right? Because you also need that storage capability. When did solar our Internet resource is? You know a day like today? The sun is not yet shiny, eh? So we need that compliment. Which enables us to store that power. And then I tell you, you know that the industry is really moving. We're moving here. Duke energy exploring battery storage as a zoo. Compliment to some renewable generation is some of our other jurisdictions. So we'll continue. I think to see those advancements. Yeah, I mean, with the advancements we've made in battery technology and look a test lower hack. You know, Emma when I was using power tools, it's amazing how quickly I can recharge a battery for driller and impact driver table saw whatever it is in how long the charge will run. It's light years ahead of where we were even even five or 10 years ago. Um, you mentioned to Amy Spiller, president of operations for Ohio and Kentucky and Duke Energy. About charitable contributions you guys were making in order to help people is we move through Cove it and obviously the lack of people, the greater number of people unable to pay their bills. What was that? And and so, Scott early on. I mean, we stepped up in March and contributed organizations that here we're really focused on meeting just a daily needs of our of our neighbors. Whether it was food, shelter, prescription medicine, the basics so that folks could go through the day and dignified fashion. So over $150,000 quickly in March, we came behind that. With $150,000 in partnership with the Our local chambers, The Greater Cincinnati Chamber in the northern Kentucky Chamber to really get AIDS, too small businesses. Women minorities, Vectra don't businesses that in normal times face challenges and during the pandemic, those challenges simply magnified. We also Scott recognized seat this serious the gravity of the issues around social justice, racial equity and really wanted to have a role in that respect. So earlier this summer, announced $200,000 to support local organizations whose mission Really is to advance those critically important issues. We know we know that so much is happening in the education and workforce space and so this year alone Over $500,000 for for educators for those who are who are working with those in the workforce. Maybe new, right? Um Returning to the workforce are struggling because their positions have been affected by the pandemic will contribute. Look continue to make these contributions almost $2 million this year. Southwest Ohio in northern Kentucky. Really, to help our organizations who are committed to making our region successful and toe whether through this pandemic? Again. Amy Spiller on the show on 700 wlw. She is the president of Duke Energy, Ohio Kentucky operations and I can't stress this enough. If you run into difficulties here with covert and unemployment and you know, with winter coming I've gotta have the furnace running. There's no doubt about it. You, Mabel get by without air conditioning for most of the year, but certainly can't do that with heat, Especially as cold as this winter is about to be so please reach out if you're having difficulties paying because of covert or late unemployment. Whatever reach out to Duke, reach out to your creditors. Call them and say, Listen, I lost my job. I don't have money coming in. I know you gotta swallow your pride and it's a difficult thing, but they want to work with you and make sure that they don't turn they will not disconnect your service. Duke won't if if you reach out and Just come up with a plan or say Hey, I'm gonna defer payment, whatever it might be, But you guys will work with 100% of people, right? We will absolutely work with them. And Scott the one thing that I want our customers. To be particularly sensitive to our scans on scam tactics that we're seeing with. Unfortunately, during these these times, folks are preying on the more vulnerable On done suspecting, and so we have seen an increase in scans this year, and I think the latest Is someone called a customer claiming to be calling on behalf of their utility company, telling that customer that they're entitled to a refund that the utility company made a mistake and it's the customer share some personal information. About themselves. They'll get that refund. That is the scam 100% scam, So we certainly don't want any of our customers to be to be taken advantage of. By those who are really looking to get some some personal information about them, whether it's account numbers, social Security numbers, etcetera. Thanks again for the time. Amy Spiller at Duke. All the best to sadly Phelan who normally does these things, And you know, I kind of like you better. Yeah, we're so thrilled to have Sally is on our team. She is absolutely terrific. Scott. Yeah. Better your team than mine anyway. Uh, Sally usually comes out in a moment's notice and Generally when when things are bad, too. It's like all the power's out, Sally, It's your fault. So you know, it's like blaming Ronald McDonald for a bad hamburger. She is just the she's just the dart board for this, but all the best, Jamie thanks again for coming on the show would be well. Me back. Thanks. Got you to take their fight. Get a break in here. Back in about 4.5 minutes, your calls or 513749 7008 on the Big one Palm seven of 18 and at Scott's load on Twitter. Plus, we'll check your news in just minutes on 700 wlw working from home, the kids learning at home, the face masks and the social distancing No movies..

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Paul, Miles man. He delivers some beautiful social media photos. He goes out on his morning workout and watch times. It's around the reservoir. The crescent Hill. Beautiful photos could work on it. Paul Miles, you're with news radio 8 40. W H as Terry Minors here. Glad. Welcome back, Sarah device. Your wisdom she CEO of Greater Louisville Link or G l I. Welcome back, Sarah. Hi, Terry. How are you doing today? Always good to have you on. I know. A few days ago You were talking about your your strategic plan called Now Louisville and, of course, Through this pandemic. Everybody's like what's goingto happen? What are we going to do? But you are one of the area leaders who is going to pull the sled and move us through this. So tell me a little bit about now. Louisville what That means. Well now Louisville is a very exciting plan that was actually in motion before Kobe 19, But we continued the process. We think it's important to ensure that we do have a plan to come out of this. There are certainly a number of uncertainty spacing the business community, But the plan itself focuses on six pillars. They include driving innovation, which really focuses on research partnership right here in our community to help businesses succeed. We also have a pillar related to entrepreneurial support. We believe it's very important focused on growing our own businesses right here at home. It also includes a focus on scaling and differentiating industry clusters and really ensuring that we are working together. Within our own industries to just overcome some of the common challenges that industry face and works through those. It also includes an element related to talent. Developing, retaining and attracting. We have to have a strong workforce here in order to attract companies, and there are a number of tactics within this planet that focus on that. We have. So yes. We have also, that's very intentional, focused on minority business development, and this is actually one of the area's most excited about is includes development of a minority business accelerator similar to what Cincinnati Chamber has done and other chambers have modeled after that, so That's a very exciting killer as well. And a lot of people are talking obviously about racial equity and how we can better focus finances. So the question First office Aren't we worried a little bit about just the economic slowdown in that many of the things you just mentioned in these pillars require investment, and I think people might be a little skittish Cos a little skittish about Reaching out for the next lily pad. You know, they're kind of everybody's holding their cards now waiting to see what happens next. So how do we encourage them to come out and see the daylight? Well, That's a good point, Terry because there are so many uncertainties right now, and that is the biggest challenge with our strategic plan. However, many companies are stepping forward to really support that inclusion, space and A large part of the new investment that will come from this plan comes from the minority business accelerator and I'm pleased to report that we have had a few companies already stepped forward and contribute to that pillar. So you know, As we look forward to the future, we have to be willing to invest in ourselves. It's a model that works for all of our pier cities. Despite the challenges we face, we will not come out of this in a favorable position if we're not willing to make that investment to the greatest degree possible. For a while, it seemed like people were focused on making sure that we grew things west of Ninth streets. Is there anything in your strategic plan that's helping or is shining a focus in this area to where things have lain dormant for so long? Well that inclusion pillar really does have an intense focused on minority business growth. Many of those could be west of Ninth Street. But it's you know, the plan does not specified. It has to be West Ninth Street. We want to grow. Blackwells in our community, and that could be at any part of our community. We think it's important to not look to one geographic area, but we are working closely with one West. They have a fabulous mission that's dedicated to The growth on West Ninth Street, and we're all working together as a as a community to really do what we all can Tio ensure that we all grow and that we have prosperity for everyone. You know, it's really going to be helpful to us when we're able to remove plywood from windows and just give us a fresh breath of air and a new start. That is absolutely right. I think we're all supportive of downtown. We want to see the energy back downtown. The board. They're definitely a deterrent to people wanting to come downtown. And I think the pandemic itself has also created a sense of well a lack of energy downtown. But I do have a strong belief that downtown will rebound and we're working with numerous stakeholders to ensure that happens. And in the mayor's office. I'm sure you talked about cos you're tryingto accelerate the way they communicate with each other. But the mayor's office and the Metro Council and G L I R U all. Working in a cord or you working through the council or how out of which the Primary Avenue for G L I I wouldn't say there's a Primary Avenue I would say it's all in above. I've never really seen the sense of collaboration that I see. Right now..

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Chicken dance is Saturday, the 19th of September and they've been totally afternoon sometime, cracked. When the joints are packed wells back they can get anyway. Many as many chairs can do, Phil. That's what we're hoping for. Getting the following weekend is the Sam Adams. Stein. Hoist challenge. How do you participate in That is going to be something that we're going to be posting and that will be something you'll be doing from your house that will not be in bars and restaurants necessarily, but we will have availability for the first I believe 50 people to rag on and if they're chosen, they will get a sign. And then they will do that from her mom will do that to resume as well. So the folks can log on and watch that happen. There's a lot of fun going on here, Lori a lot of fun. Let me tell you it's a lot of fun. It is. You know, we wanted to just try to keep keep it alive here. Everything's camping. We all know that we've had to cancel a lot of our own event. And we thought, you know people need some fun and a little morale boost that we're hoping that we can provide that for folks in September. Alright then the singing of I'm pros will take place every night of the 10. Nights with well with special guest singers. So we were working with our October fest fans that again have been hit pretty hard with not being able to perform in places. So we will be doing that virtually. And if there are any bars or restaurants that are able to socially distance and have, like a small trio, ban will work to have maybe abandon their lives. But otherwise it'll be virtual where you again can log onto either Facebook live resume with the information we provide. Be a part of that e tonight to sing. I'm pursued along with everyone else. Special guest though I'm thinking like you got Nicholas Shea. I can't say yet, but we are working through some special guests. All right, And what else? What else? October. Cincinnati Live in virtual entertainment performances. I guess we kind of touched on that. Yeah, we will be kicking off everything with a special guest. We'll have an opening ceremony on Friday evening. The 18th again That will take place on noon. Unless you're seated in a bar restaurant or you're at your home. We will have official opening of various locations and we will have a special guest that will take that whole piece of that off that we're working through it well, and we'll have that time out to everyone here in the next few days. So we'll have the banners downtown, saying it's Octoberfest cracked it. Sze good a job as you can do under the circumstances exactly again. We really wanted to try to add a little of the human element to this. Well, we can't all be connected in one space down on 2nd and 3rd Street. We thought, well, why not take this out to everyone across the region and that's what we're hoping that we'll be able to do. All right, so bars, restaurants, breweries, eateries of all sorts of they want to be a part of this. They can email you. Where would they do that? It's Elsa Rollo, which at Cincinnati chamber dot com or if you just want to call This is Eddie Chamber taken direct. You write to me and I could get you taken care of. My eyes will spell sells. Rollo one time. All right, l and then a l the A. R u l o at Cincinnati chamber dot com. He related to James Salazar. Rollo, I am you are he is my cousin. Okay, That's my claim to fame. No stories. All right, Laurie. Best of luck, and maybe in the middle of this, we'll touch base and see how it's going. That sounds great. Thanks so much. You better take care of 8 19 8 19 time. Detective Travis here,.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To admit Laurie solves roller from the Cincinnati chamber Lori boy what have you been doing with yourself this weekend I had more time and I know what to do if I can't even tell you for the past month honestly I'm like I don't know what to do right now it's crazy it's it's a real not being down on like that you know we can't which having also myself being in the events business or like you it's socks I mean you're so so it is a process of great events like this and I know I had my high school baseball event at the Reds hire me to manage for them cancel in years and the worst part about this is I'm sure you're in the same situation is there's nothing you can do about it and and secondarily to me the worst thing now is the uncertainty in the immediate future yeah that's probably the hardest part for us and for anybody but I need to get it back on me we realize we really for probably wanted to be able to to go this weekend with the case and we try to do commercial thing they were still doing virtual thing right with you of how we can do to help you know restaurant here small businesses entertainers in town as well because of a lot of them that is their livelihood so it is in looking forward okay you know we're gonna get through this we're going to go to the fourth of July yeah we've got that and we were holding it you know and the more this progress in the more serious it became and the more widespread became it's like look we we can't even we can't even go then and so we see on certainty of not being able to tell these you know these partners in our operations so you know we just don't know if if and when we're going to be able to go with fat and then you never got back to work that's on the horizon and sh and you know we're only death how many events in town your points are out there doing the exact same thing trying to second and third gas you know what we can do to help keep not only bring events to the community to keep some of these folks you know loading in and then in business and it's it's really really been it's really been a struggle absolutely yeah I Lori cells are often the Cincinnati chamber are gassed normally heavily involved and and I usually have a hard time flagging her down about this talk radio I got a five thirty three thank you get on there and has a lawyer over to the police to get a beer it's so funny because you have to and and I know Ralph you do too you have to plan as if it's going to happen on site you have to keep plan to do and you do so much planning that doesn't come to fruition at what point does it become mentally taxing because this is not I mean Cincinnati between this an Oktoberfest known for these giant events and many cities are but I think this this city has come to expect these sorts of things how far out Laurie would you say that you would have given yourself to plantation to Cincinnati knowing that I Tober fest is on the horizon I mean it we we could probably meaning you do you mean like what if we could still pull it off right you know we did a lot of the leg work honestly because we start planning that in in January where we get you know get a preventer applications out of the week and again I mean you know to my core team we've been doing this for so long we there's there's definitely a a blueprint in place it it's really just you know we can kind of upgraded each year so we're fortunate in that that we kind of know when we need to start things and and how quickly we can make the change so I mean we're still in that place where we can still pull it off it's just honestly I don't think that the landscape is going to allow for the size of a venture we're talking about eating you know you've got river fast you got the point there are so many other events like ours that are still coming on the horizon that are still on the books and I just don't I don't I don't know how and when that decision will be made or mandated or what are where that's even coming from I think that's the struggle for all of us right now we are in a position that we're moving in the foregoing and everyone in my class especially like you know going back to professor everyone just moving and hoping but if we need to push out a reschedule or downsize or do something differently he knows what that is we're just like we're on pins and needles to figure out how we have we have to turn back for me I do it a number of parts of it so the Ohio high school athletic association the Kentucky high school athletic association they're taking essentially their recommendations in their orders if you will from the state governments are are there any other associations organizations are you kind of following suit similar to wait until they get kind of announce you know the the size of the gatherings that centers or any other are there any other bodies if you will that you're listening to anything that we actually actually kind of help you could put a group together it's called the public assembly line can release it it's not that the outdoor events you've got you know the museums you gotta do you got you know the the Erin off you've got music hall the convention center all of us are in hospitality or Republican family in some way shape or form so we can and I was just curious if you would anyone else appearing to be a party a few months ago we've we've got about forty or fifty of the big players in town in terms of venues in large scale events together you know I'm pretty much on a weekly basis to say look we really need to come up with some some guidelines I'd like to pass up through the city in the state to say here's what we can do if you have to be number one because if if there's a particular event catering confidence to come into play for gas confidence the what when there's no reason for us to be doing what we're doing we got have got to be first and foremost in the health and safety of not only the event and the people working out of that but also people that are coming to that event and how do you do that so we we are kind of working now we're in the middle of it coming up with kind of a baseline of the basic guidelines and protocols that we all would follow you know right they were everyone's in that and just do the same look we're going to do the best we can have it it is safest environment for you to come to but again we're hoping that we can work hand in hand with city and state but those mandates still are you know they just like last week announced it private events in smaller wedding three hundred another consecutive constructors happen again you know we're not anywhere near the three hundred person number so he knows where we're sitting here we were going to fall and then so let me let me ask you something lower is as we wrap it up here because now we've been talking about looking forward let's look back and the reason I bring this up is because I'm bragging that I was there the Bach fest five K. February I know that you and a and a handful of your crew were down there instrumental in putting this thing together thirty five hundred some odd runners walkers loafers like myself only here and then February twenty ninth and then you get to the middle of March and you start seeing all of the these things you're thinking to yourself what in the holy hell we were all just standing in the same you know better that it out with people running and brie and but all of this stuff and I kept thinking to myself well you would have thought that maybe there would've been some word out of an event like that that would have sent people yeah we are a little bit more on a crash course with this than we thought when you go back in your head to things like that do you have what it what how does that play on on on your head as well a little bit I mean because you're like where where did it start when did it start and it was it was it out there then and you know I remember hearing about it we were out of spring training at the beginning of March literally that next weekend yeah and that's when I started getting calls from the city going Hey this virus thing is real and this is really coming down the pike and we were flying that weekend people were starting to hand of hand sanitizer and I'm like what I I really heard anything much about only here in Lansing Patterson got Descanso back when I was like okay and went and it was that we can't do that with all the same with the package they prayed and it was when the governor had the restaurants and the bars closed at March fifteenth date back when I was like okay this is real deal now we've all got to try to figure out what's what but it's gonna look like over the next couple of months well you know we're in the middle of an ounce I would tell you know fingers crossed the room wasting steins and watching Wiener dog races on the normal schedule but you know god bless you guys in the work that you're doing because safety first and and honestly if people want to be able to get together and do these sorts of things at that scale again you've just got to be a little bit patient so best of luck Laurie sells real from the Cincinnati chamber procedure time and hopefully we'll see you sooner rather than later even if we're toasting from six feet away look forward to having a beer with you thanks so much appreciate you guys thank you better Longhorns for that I got a my god we've done it before we can really very big glass plus those well those standards are pretty J. O. or J. normais and speaking to Stein's Iran Steinman here's saying come on man you got to take a break what do you guys know what this all right we're gonna take a break this year yeah when we shift after shift he said with a laugh who when we come back yes some of the good news and some of the things that we think will be probably doing better as a result of all of this that's been going on we'll dig a little bit further into it before we get to George Vogel in the four o'clock hour he's gamble I'm fan it is a bonus edition of the weekly reality check in for Eddie and rocky on newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. the states beginning to open up and maybe you think it's about time or perhaps you're still concerned is it safe to go shopping is it okay to sit in a chair and have some stranger do your hair or nails to face masks make you safer or are they a false sense of.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming up at three thirty five four thirty five and five thirty at three thirty five we're gonna talk with Laurie solves a real somebody we go way back with also through radio but you've been with the Cincinnati chamber for more years than she will probably admit work together on things like party in the park in Oktoberfest but since we are facing down yeah ghost of taste of Cincinnati twenty twenty at some point today yeah we probably would have taken this shift somewhere walking around downtown elbowing people out of the way to get some more roses but we're gonna talk to her about what this looks like and what what the future holds yeah I wonder if hands free and marriage because that's something that Cincinnati is very well known absolutely just you know for the longest time the Oktoberfest was second only to mention you know I don't know if that's still the case but that's why we do the interviews will talk with her a little bit about how it how it's been with the virtual taste they did earlier in the year you know what this weekend would have normally meant for her from a work standpoint and what's coming Oktoberfest hopefully by then we lost the a block party down at the banks before Reds opening day so and in speaker Reds opening day will there be when will it be the NFL season all sorts of sports kinda getting back at least in theory we'll see four thirty five George vocals a mainstay the sports rector news five he handles our last call at eleven fifty and it's a gem each and every Thursday night we'll check in with George about what's going on in the world of sports and speaking about the world airports dare going that being NASCAR when are they ever mark Simmons president Kentucky speedway five thirty five to talk about their race weekend supposed to be July ninth through eleven but NASCAR's obviously kind of changed things around being very aggressive trying to get their entire twenty twenty race schedule in and I will talk to mark and see what he can let all the racing fans because I know there are plenty out there know about that we can in particular about the main event absolutely between now and then we'll get to a plenty of discussion about you know what and how it affects is that being coded something I'm sure to a degree you may be just sick to death of hearing that we must fail yes you still have to look at what this is going to lead to and that's what we like to try to get to and get maybe tickle the inside your brain just a little bit as to what could be and what will be but in the meantime we got lots to get to including we'll take a look at traffic weather and see what else what if anything's going on we'll have news at the top of the bottom until six o'clock everything you would expect for many in rocky just said with two different heads he's gamble I've been we'll take our first break and get back talk a little bit about maybe some businesses that are going to be thriving coming out of this that you might not have thought of when we return on newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. hi Eddie Johnson hello Heidi and her husband conceived their first born while listening to my show yes from the very beginning that little one heard the latest news and weather traffic sports fun filled with gonna win today that child is the smartest kid in kindergarten and probably will be president someday Heidi Johnson another Mike McConnell success story I can't take all the credit.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thanks without digging up whole yards is basically a mobile type factory we're gonna make a new pipe inside the old pipe make house says the work lets them fix problems at schools with historic floors are nursing homes to avoid displacing people he says CMT's connection to the Sharonville in Cincinnati chambers of commerce help as well we get to find out what's going on in the community you know what neighborhoods are being worked on different organizations might need help with stuff and we look at those as far as a give back they also give back to the community by hosting things like shrimp boils it started out as a company thing as a give back to our employees and then kind of went to other businesses that we deal with we invited them so then the last one we did we started to was the one we invite you know Sharonville fire department our next one we're gonna invite even Dale and share in the in Glendale on all these different municipalities that's in addition to helping charities important to see in these employees as well traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati president says he won't be distracted the eight o'clock reporter Brian combs breaking them it's very important that the others just a hoax see which that's been going on for years and it's frankly it's disgraceful president trump says he's the one doing important US business today as impeachment trial proceeds in the Senate is in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum the Senate proceedings are set to begin at twelve thirty today despite the six hour time difference the president may be watching president trump will be briefed occasionally on the developments in the Senate today as the impeachment trial gets under way White House officials say the president's focused on his schedule of meetings of the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland but made tune in for a quote a little bit of the trial during remarks this morning to business leaders the president how did what he called the great American come back we've regained their stride we discovered our spirit and re awaken the powerful machinery of American enterprise Karen Travers ABC news the White House impeachment trial the sentence ready to deal with procedural matters today the opening arguments will be delivered tomorrow and Thursday now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center you see health Westchester hospital nationally recognized for providing superior medical care in outstanding patient experiences there's a wreck southbound.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And sewer repair in nineteen ninety nine as a way to fix pipes without digging up whole yards is basically a mobile pie factory we're gonna make a new pipe inside you'll pipe make house says the work lets them fix problems at schools with historic floors are nursing homes to avoid displacing people he says CMT's connection to the Sharonville in Cincinnati chambers of commerce help as well we get to find out what's going on in the community you know what neighborhoods are being worked on different organizations might need help with stuff and we look at those as far as a give back they also give back to the community by hosting things like shrimp boils it started out as a company thing as a give back to our employees and then kind of went to other businesses that we deal with we invited them so then the last one we did we started to we so why don't we invite you know Sharonville fire department our next one we're gonna invite even Dale and share in the in Glendale on all these different municipalities that's in addition to helping charities important to see in these employees as well okay first time we read this commercial he got one so I had to get one and we are both in love with this product the glass here Matt by the trust these things are unbelievable you know that junkie plastic mat on the office chair piece of garbage the ugliest thing in your office the trials of glass chair mats are beautiful they never down each glass here about will hold a thousand pounds might even told me they get a lifetime warranty and the way you feel rolling over smooth glass instead of cheap crack like plastic it's like working in a million dollar Ave and it's your office super strong beautiful lifetime warranty but.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You know worry is get some cash remain anonymous simply call the cops crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty or do it online crime that stoppers dot U. S. also go to Facebook and check out all the mugs Corey make Finley included Facebook a greater Cincinnati slash in northern Kentucky crime stoppers let's get it done thank you at six fifty right now six fifty will talk to we have Nathan today only believe well fine that's it Nathan or Amy will find out in a man Chuck meant house started CME pipelining and sewer repair in nineteen ninety nine as a way to fix pipes without digging up whole yards is basically a mobile type factory we're gonna make a new pipe inside the old pipe make house says the work lets them fix problems at schools with historic floors are nursing homes to avoid displacing people he says CMT's connection to the Sharonville in Cincinnati chambers of commerce help as well we get to find out what's going on in the community you know what neighborhoods are being worked on different organizations might need help with stuff and we look at those as far as a give back they also give back to the community by hosting things like shrimp boils it started out as a company thing as a give back to our employees and then kind of went to other businesses that we deal with we invited them so then the last one we did we started to was the one we invite you know Sharonville fire department our next one we're gonna invite even Dale and share the in Glendale on all these different municipalities that's in addition to helping charities important to see in these employees as well all rights I'm sick to do well let's check the traffic.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yes the other day junior make them they got into an argument not call him up they can probably again guaranteeing is sniffing crops nail living son of a blown he said it was because you were but you're still we've all seen a big pile there in somebody's front yard it looks like it's there for a year you know nobody wants that Chuck make houses the C. E. O. of CME pipelining and sewer repair a business that uses decades old technology to fix pipes with minimal digging maybe just a two foot by two foot section which is nothing compared to and typically it's only a foot and a half deep in the same basement CME has been around for twenty years and they've grown into their neighborhoods we want to be a part of our community no we don't want to just be a company that just sits there and takes a you know everything you can get we want to give back part of that giving back includes supporting causes that are important to his employees our favorite ones is circle tale because the dogs their their service dogs to get trained and they come into the office and so you have the service dogs in the office you know almost every day which is great it just it's amazing because it calms everybody down there's also shrimp boils for firefighters and city workers make house as being a part of the Sharonville in Cincinnati chambers also helped him know what the community needs traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati preparing for possible retaliation with the five thirty report Frank told breaking now US is beefing up forces in the Middle East military sending in more soldiers and fire power to the region they are preparing for possible attacks by a run the threatening attacks against US interests and allies of the killing of an Iranian general thirty five hundred troops from the eighty second airborne six fifty two bomber region bracing for retaliation after the U. S. drone strike that killed Iran's top military commander general because some stolen money president trump continues to defend the killing of solo money telling Rush Limbaugh and we had a shot at it and we talk about and we're a lot safer now because of it that we'll see what happens Jim the joint chiefs of staff also defending the decision to kill the a running in general calling the evidence compelling that's a B. C. Serena Marshall oil prices have been rising because of fears of a possible war between Iran and the U. S. but so far it has been reflected at the gas pumps the average price in the tri state this morning still holding steady around two fifty a gallon Jim Garrity with triple a and houses a could all change quickly are should there be a retaliatory action or should there be any other geopolitical issues that arise that will very very possibly have an impact on the cost of oil this is one of the reasons prices were steady as the U. S. is less dependent on foreign oil than it's ever been now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center the you see health weight loss center offer solutions for life changing weight loss call five one three nine three nine two two six three to learn more that's five one three nine three nine two two six three.

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jason Williams in the chair for Jerry Jeff Walker tonight insuring for him tonight if that name doesn't sound familiar well this is my first time to fly solo near you may have heard me quite a bit as a guest on Willie with Willie Scott Sloan Eddie in rocky my day job I am a political columnist at Cincinnati Enquirer since I dot com little bit about me is that that's my day job I'm also I also co host a podcast with our inquire city hall reporter Sherrin Coolidge called that so Cincinnati which shameless plug is available in the I heart radio app and I'm excited about being here tonight so hang with me as I my first time flying solo as I said I'm excited this was the the the dream come true to just fill in on this on this radio show which my mom listened to in this very hour when I was a kid growing up when Willie was on this night at midnight slot so it's quite an honor to be here in the seat hopefully I've got an exciting show for you tonight out of the gate here I've got my my boss my real boss in my day job burl love executive editor of this insane choir at is come in we're gonna talk about here in the in the first segment talk about the top political stories of twenty nineteen girls gonna stick around we're gonna talk about the topic of of of local journalism and why it matters as we come into twenty twenty in a critical election year and the cuff cath incident or whatever you call it the issue whatever was is that the anniversary of that is coming up here early January so wanna get Berle's take on the importance of local journalism in sort of the the the state of it was as we head into a really big year coming up in the in the second hour I have Nick slug me make sure I get I get this right next US growth who is that with the Cincinnati chamber he is put together a really cool idea about trying to bring in in B. A. G. league team to town also I have the Athens mayor Steve Patterson coming up later in the show to talk about Joe burrow in Jonesborough media I know we have it here in Cincinnati with him potentially being the bangles someone pick thought I give the mayor of Athens a call and see see what he has to say about how Athens is responded to Joe Joe burrow in his speech about raising awareness for poverty in the southeast Ohio area and in in the last in the last say minimum bring on my good friend mark shell news covers the rest room I'll be dot com.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Live the way you wanna live. Right. Let's open the phone acute hearing center dot com. Phone lines are open. Right now. Seven four nine seven thousand put a five one three in front of that. If you're not a local calling area eight hundred the big one that's eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one pound seven hundred AT and T. And if you're on Twitter at sterling radio, do, people call you cheap, and if so why and who do you know without I should say what someone around you who do you know around you? What is it that they go on or you just be wilder by it? I'm just kind of curious. Because I just I find that amusing to no end and I've shown up, and I, maybe I don't know how much of it's guy thing I don't know how much of it's getting older thing or whatever it is. But there is a weird thing on that. I mean I'm not accumulating salt pepper. This is what I'll take, I'll take an extra straw and put it Mike love box. And I know the straw, people are very upset, but I don't throw my straws in the river. I don't throw them in the sewer. I'm not ramming it down a walruses head. I'm keeping and reusing my straws because I drink a lot of water drink a lot of tea in some. Sometimes I like straw, an aisle of gone, even so far as to buy straw, Bach box throws. But that's just me by one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred on AT and T your chance to get interactive. The other thing, I'm going to have a little bit of fun with an started thinking about this is sort of something would taste of Cincinnati this weekend. We talked to rich Walberg earlier from Cincinnati chamber about it is a good time, like over one hundred ten with one hundred eleven beers..

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com. Hotlines buddy of ours. Rich Walberg used to work in these fine hallways and confines iheart radio. But his nuts move down to Cincinnati chamber, rich. How are you? Well, good to hear from your stern, you tutor. And that's our strengths strings guitar. Yes. During its fine stirring, the neighbor's kid calls me Stuey, so it's fine. And. Out your name now. That's exactly right. The dog. And I'm like, thanks, man. Thanks, buddy. Yeah. So anyway, I this, I guess this is the official kick off to summer usually, I think, okay opening day, but sometimes we'll get snow and cold or whatever else, but taste of Cincinnati, it either rains or the Blast Furnace is on, and I think we're gonna get maybe mostly just Blast Furnace at summer all of a sudden. Choose between furnace or rain, I'll take furnace, but, you know, I it is like you said, it's the unofficial kickoff to summer. So we're gonna have some summer when it makes perfectly good sense, now for someone who doesn't know what taste of Cincinnati isn't. It's kind of been the name. I mean, just about anything and everything that you could find eat in and around the Tri state, there will be a booth or something set up where somebody's cooking it up. And doing well in the u I've elder people from all kinds of other places too. Right. Yeah. For someone who has never been. It's three days. It's Saturday Sunday. Monday eleven till eleven on Saturday and Sunday. Eleven till nine on Monday. We have seventy different vendors. Thirty four of those are restaurants from around the region. Nineteen which is the most, we've ever had our food trucks from also from around the region, and then seventeen vendors from Finley market and Finley kitchen, make up our taste of Finley market area, and between them. They'll have about three hundred different menu items. We have lots and lots of beers. We have about one hundred eleven different varieties of beer. Yes. Half of those brewed right here in Cincinnati region. And then entertainment all weekend long. We have forty five different acts playing on. That's amazing. So I mean, how, how do you even keep track of all that? I mean, you gotta figure out who's wear and went and I know over the years, this is sort of migrated in areas of the trusted in space and everything else. So where exactly is it set up for this taste of Cincinnati on fifth street has been for quite a while? And then for the last three years, it's been pushed to the east a little bit. So it starts at main street on fifth and works at sway towards mount Adams and goes onto the ramp of ice, seventy one and onto the ramp Columbia Parkway and have mount Adams as the backdrop and especially at night. That's really it's beautiful. It is. It's spectacular is pretty cool. And it's the only time you can actually play on those ramps without becoming headline, which I it's the little things in life that I look forward to rich Walberg from Cincinnati chamber. Talk about taste. Cincinnati. I mean you know, it's just one of those little things, it's like, hey, I'm walking around on the on the on the on ramp. This is good. I feel very every year. Out here, but it's always a good time. It. Absolutely. So, so how, how do you even decide what my problem is this because I can't control myself Foley? I'll go oh there's some of that. I've been wanting to try this, I've been wanting to try that in the next thing stopped, and then I gotta hide and find some shade by a tree or a building. So I cannot explode in re, re, re, re group and reevaluate, and then attack it again. There are a couple of ways you can do it. One of you can go to taste of Cincinnati dot com and look at all the different menu items. And maybe pick out a few things you wanna try where you can get the event guide when you arrive and do the same type of thing. Some people start showing up on the morning of we open at eleven they, they show up about ten ten thirty and start walking around. You could do it that way where.

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"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:44 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati chamber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Walker Berg. I'm going to say that one more time in English. She this is good. I I've been talking to myself for better part of two weeks. Not to hanging out and talk with you and publicly, try the wartime in English, rich Walberg will join us from Cincinnati chamber talk on taste of Cincinnati because it is Memorial Day weekend in front of us and big time party. Lots of adult beverages beer over one hundred different types of beer, which is amazing, and wonderful music, tons of great food. Hence the name taste of Cincinnati. So we'll get some details on that about nine thirty five. So hang out for that. And a number of things I want to get to. Mishap on the way in, I don't know if it's really a show starter. So we'll hold off on at all. I'm going say is. Sometimes it's not good to eat in the car while driving. But I was juggling to try to get here to do this, and then oops happens. And I'm just saying aside from the fact that aesthetically I'm probably there's no probably about it. I'm better on radio than on TV just because high def does bad things to somebody looking like look. But now I got I spilled something all over me, and that would be so bad for the TV. So let's start with something here that I find to be of concern. I guess an interest and I know Chris has been has been all over TV news. Talking about this lately, doing what he does council vice mayor talking about this special section that was supposed to be going on tomorrow that since been canceled dealing with the decriminalization of marijuana or cannabis, whatever you wanna call it legal weed, a lot of municipalities a lot of cities around the country or embracing this concept because application of law, and how it's been maybe disproportionate to say the least depending on how you wanna look at it and stuff that goes along with it. I know some of the talk that it had and I just weird conversation with somebody just like Monday, I guess, and they were talking about, well, one hundred grams compared to two hundred grams and then they were like, well, I saw on TV. They had six big bags of weed, buds, and that seems like an inordinate amount of stuff that no one should. Be able to have that much. I'm like, okay, I don't know much about one hundred gram two hundred grams or whatever else. And the only thing I would say is just like with adult beverages. You keep it out of the hands of kids when it comes to legal sale of whatever else, and everybody just handle yourself and your business is an adult and be responsible. I don't see what the issue is. It seems pretty plain to me. It seems like frankly, apparently, a lot of people are smoking, a lot of wheat firstly. Secondly for the most part, it seems most people who were doing it or being responsible about it handling their business, and you probably don't even know who these individuals are, perhaps it is you or someone you know, maybe a hang out with very closely. So I guess my question to you is this. Is it a reasonable rational thing to say that a certain amount of this drug that does grow in the ground? Or if you put it in a pot pardon the pun pot Nepad can grow, like Johnny Appleseed, and you can handle issues of for anxiety, or just for entertainment, or for pain. Whatever else it is. We know about the issue of legalizing decriminalizing it for medical uses though, dispensaries are few and far between. I think southwest Ohio now has two so far. And I'm not sure that I only one of them actually is up in an actually functioning at this particular point in time. So I'm going to open the phone. I just want to know because I find this interesting because I think it's reasonable. I think it's rational. I think it's government and law enforcement, by way of these regulations catching up with the reality that it is for a lot of people, which is that ordinary everyday people, suit and tie types. People that are out there, putting tires on cars changing oil, probably some doctors, some lawyers, maybe I don't know about cops probably smoking the weed for entertainment or otherwise, and not a lot of difference, depending whether it's the beer that I mentioned at the taste of Cincinnati. Or any other type of adult beverages, certainly, you know, you talk about the bourbon trail, whatever else in Kentucky, the people from all over the world now are wanting to go and go from place to place. So I will open up the acute hearing center dot com. Phone lines right now, I want to know what you think is this moving of this particular meeting, and this conversation that's going to happen, eventually whether it's next week after the long holiday weekend, or otherwise special session, doesn't make sense to decriminalize. It is this old news, because I kind of look at it here on may the twenty third twenty nineteen as I sit in this chair, trying to make sense of things on the nation station. Whether you're listening in Miramonte, or whether you're listening in Massachusetts. On the iheartradio app doesn't really matter to me, as I look at it, it seems to me that this should have already happened. It seems to me that in many cases it's already not necessarily being enforced as it is on the books. It's an old law. It's an old rule. In its people that are. Hypersensitive paranoid, who either are so fearful of the propaganda that had been out there previously about it are the ones that are so much against this, or there are people that are as far as I'm concerned, anti-american. The idea of having liberties and freedom to make choices as an adult on your own to be able to handle your business as you'd like to as long as you're not bothering anyone else. It's a libertarian mindset, a conservative mindset, but a lot of people seem to lose track of that, and then they always want to get into your business or my business or the broadcast shares business or Willy's business or McConnell's business or Tony Orlando, I think he's dead, but you get the general idea five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one that's eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one. And if he got yourself in AT and T mobile pound seven hundred. I wanna know what you think is it time that this is not just a Cincinnati thing or Columbus thing, or a Louisville thing or a Dayton thing, where they've more or less decriminalized. And I'm talking Dayton, Ohio. Dayton, kentucky. Is this one of these things that it's not even an issue except the fact that we've seen the disproportionate numbers in Christopher smitherman? Even tweeted this. As far as who actually is prosecuted, charged processed in, in dealing with issues of usage or possession of the gone show, or the weed or whatever it is that you want to call the marijuana or the cannabis or whatever else at sterling radio on Twitter. You can follow along that way. We'll open the phones give you a chance to get interactive on the other side old news time to legalize it already. Why is this conversation such a difficult one for a lot of people to have we'll make sense of it on the other side? We'll also hear from rich Walberg talk about taste of Cincinnati about nine thirty five I'm glad you're here on a fine Thursday. And for my boys gamble Finn sterling here on seven hundred wwl w. Be swinging big in windy city. Big top very very much. How read legs mature Kogyo through a dimensional showdown with a copy. Get the call live from Wrigley tomorrow at one twenty. At seven hundred wwl touted you the home of the Cincinnati Ray. If trying something new was a bad idea. Many of us would still be wearing polyester. This message is brought to you by glory, days grow. You may know us for our great burgers and wings, but glory days pros mix, it up with fresh cedar planks salmon cut in house and grilled to perfection, or sizzling juicy stakes media ribs. We even have handcrafted cells and sandwiches by talented chefs to change tastes.

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