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"eleni molyneux" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eleni molyneux" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Cutting say in El Paso, it's the affordable for me annual area. Interesting and also Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, sixty one percent of the people moving there were millennials. Yeah. Oklahoma City another major area high trace. Unemployment rate is nearly three percent. Why these area experien- this third highest increase away wages about eleven percent? Among the hundred legis Metrovias got so interesting and rounding out the top ten of the top destinations from Elenio homebuyers, Salt Lake City. Tell us about that some lake savy had one of the highest population. Shares of millennials after pro Artem I'll steam in mighty stone area is the home of numerous companies, so Chad adobe since and microscopes. Dowd. Unemployment rate is lower tweet percent in late seating. Moreover, we see that inventory choice eighth are expanding the area seems permeates increase by fifty percent compared to a year earlier that is so interesting what a fascinating study in new most popular areas from Eleni Molyneux's where they move and stay and not I really appreciate you. Joining us today and talking about it, even thank you so much. You're very welcome Nadia Evangelou research economist at the national association of.

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"eleni molyneux" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:48 min | 3 years ago

"eleni molyneux" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I don't know about that does not make the money from Joyce house. But they don't because they're a nonprofit Tina Macintoshes on still on sabbatical we expect her back mid April. So we will look forward to that. In the meantime candidates, and I are just kind of holding down the fort Kansas. It's good to see you. Good to see you too. There is we get this little newsfeed that always tells us the trending stories, the things that are are being looked at the most online social media so forth where we get to Mary, Pat Mckee, although Mary Pat is here. Mary, pat. Hello lady. Mary, pat. Here's what's trending right now. I know this is important because you're a magazine now. The story that trending right now says Moore senior citizens are getting hi four. They're aches and pains. It's a new target demographic. For those that sell the marijuana senior citizens they're turning to the cannabis to help with the pains of old age. There's a southern California retirement community called Laguna woods village sins. A bus full of seniors to the local dispensary every month where they play bingo and load up on edibles. Vape, pens and other cannabis products. I'm moving to Laguna woods one dispensary in boulder. Colorado says their average age customer is sixty and experts in the booming marijuana industry. Say seniors are the fastest growing group of customers many smoked pot when they were teenagers and are now using it as a treat oh note using it to treat pain, not as. And insomnia. So there you go. That's what's number one on the trending. Scale, you know, I can't really say that. I'm surprised me as you said people in this age range it when they were younger. And now, they're having, you know, arthritis issue hip pains and audience things. So it's working hands working for exactly now. I don't know if that story is in the new lifestyle. Indie magazine, your style your life. But Mary, Pat mckee's here. Mary, Pat, how are you? Not in Colorado, though. Thank you. I'll tell you what he ever get the marijuana here legally if we can do that legally I am going to get the bus. And I am going to be the one that drives to seniors to the dispensary. I will be your co drive. Okay. Look just like they do on the bus, and and drop them off where they can get their edibles in their vape pens and their stash, and then we'll hold it back to the community. I bet they're spending a lot more. They did when they were kids buying it. Right. You're absolutely right. Mary, Pat, how much did you use to spend on aunt Mary, Pat? I feel like an sculpted information. So Mary Cabot he we know her as India, boomer. On air online, I in magazine print and now we've got a new kind of rebranding and this is called lifestyle Indy. And again, I'm looking at the magazine, which I picked up at the need lers market. This is the formerly indie boomer magazine, why did you decide to change the name? Well, it's because the gen Xers are in their fifties. And we wanted to broaden our audience bigger than just baby boomers. Content. We do, you know, relative to more than just baby though, we have I think you're right Mary, Pat, exactly. I mean, look Nate McMillan is on the cover pacer coach. And Nate McMillan is popular across the board with kids and adults. So an and that means gen Xers that means boomers that means everybody. So you basically broaden and now call it lifestyle. Indie. How's the how's the the reception? Ben in changing it over to a new name. It has been excellent everybody has really embraced it, especially our advertisers. Which is what runs the machine right now? Yeah. Just other people in general are just you know, it makes sense makes sense to do it. So Mary, Pat has any of the content changed or just the the outside name and style of the the print. Well, yeah, I do think the content as I mean, for instance, coming up in may we've got Sarah Fisher while she's definitely not a baby, boomer. And so, you know, gives us a bigger net of people that we can have on the cover too. You know that don't have to be baby village anymore. So yes, and no the content of freelance articles already kind of going in that direction. But I still have the information in the back of the magazines that maybe, you know. And now as I said gen Xers may need to help navigate their parents through the retirement. Well, reprocess Fisher to watch lifestyle and Dion W F Y Tuesdays at seven thirty again. That was indie that used to be boomer. But now still have the show on Tuesdays at seven thirty WF. Why this is such an interesting conversation. I think to have about the word boomer because we were talking about this magazine. Chain name changed about a week or two ago here in the office in the building everybody wondered if it was because boomer. Boomers have kind of people don't want to be known as boomers. And we were talking about isn't and the gen Xers and the millennial says, well, I don't wanna be called millennial either. I don't wanna be called genetic ser. So it was interesting that I thought perhaps it was just the boomers the the baby boomer's that didn't necessarily like those terms and it meant old, but it really is across the board. Millennials don't like to be calm Eleni Molyneux's. So it's kind of interesting how we label put these labels on people and generations, and nobody likes it did agree. I totally agree. I'm hearing the same thing. People. Don't want to be good in a box. They want to try and we'll especially here in our building. You know, it's about advertisers, and advertisers will look for very specific age demographic that they want to you know, to advertise to and that's a twenty five to fifty four year old. So when we label something boomer it goes, well, they're old. And you know, whatever I hate that. I definitely hate that that it it means something negative and not positive by lifestyle. Lindy his new name, and perhaps a rebranding? And also as you said broadens, the viewer or the reader, and I think you've done a great job. I mean, I love this magazine. And it it does look a little bit different. So good. Thank you. Kudos. We can get. Yeah. For sure Mary Pat, tell us again where we can find lifestyle. Indy is in almost all the Kroger stores in the Indianapolis metro area. We're in the libraries, we're in coffee shops, some doctors offices, some hospitals just here, and.

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"eleni molyneux" Discussed on X96

X96

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"eleni molyneux" Discussed on X96

"In this social media challenges any common sense at all. The lacking. Challenge. Where are you supposed to brandish your gun at someone and then they're they're packing? They brandish back. See their packages. I don't need to see if. Well, that's because you don't pack. I guess if you were a Packer known if you were a Packer, you'd know. And in this case somebody. Got shot and killed. It's bound to happen. Boehner candidate number two. So wait, the two of you had death close. I want to know what the death clothes are some loose-fitting comfy. You know, prepare to meet your maker put on your debt clothes and then boater candidate number three. Oh my gosh. She had fun dancing adorable with high school friends. This is all you've got on on on. Well, even even if it's not all that God that they think that this is damning this humanized her this. This may people go. He's. And again, I don't know what you guys are. So afraid of with her. Well, she's all the right? It's just they're they're they're just constantly handles the criticism beautifully. She doesn't attack back. She just kind like, get whatever. Yeah. Yes. And whatever. Care. She. Yeah. She's pretty good. I I it's like that aditorial that I can saw and I mentioned sometime ago. Go ahead Eleni Molyneux's just sweep us all the way. Please. It's time sweep us away return. I don't understand this message from the producers booth because really. Because the count was initially that you sent me right number one had one, right? But we sent you that number three had one because up until the last minute. I see what you do number three was in the lead. But it did not actually in fact, when I know the numbers here say that number one at one, right? But it got it. It started to spread even further. Okay. So anyway, number one. What's lacking is the social? There.

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