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"jeff turner" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Dan all of the reasons that realtors give for not wanting to put too much information on the web but from a consumer experience standpoint I really love the fact that you could earn your still not there is any other products had one of those moments ahead with David King and Phil kills will we re we hit it off I had a pretty clear understanding what they were trying to accomplish I had some pretty harsh words to say about what they were facing with the technology they were bringing over but I accepted the role of running their North American technology not long after those mentor meetings but that actually got me on the other side of the equation within our reach in seeing how they work with the companies and that's what led me to after this past years are go to reach and say I'm interested in doing something bigger so I split my time now between some consulting relation ships a consulting relationship with IMO viewer with any our reach and I'm happy to say that Phil David I are going to get the band back together and we're starting another real estate start together as well safe but watch this by is in my view is available here in his try or is that just it is we don't really have a large Australian presence but it is available in Australia we've developed new product that is an offshoot of him of your that we doc is sketch that's focused on home inspection and restoration it's designed specifically to capture three sixty images side of a home we have some really amazing algorithms that allow us to build floor plans in three dimensional models off of standard three sixty photos so is your run of the mill two hundred and fifty dollars three sixty camera and I think the home inspection and restoration industries are more ready for that technology as much as the consumer is clamoring for true virtual tours of homes that the truth of the matter is that even today even after Matt reporters spent millions and millions of dollars less than three percent of homes actually have a true virtual tour Steve Bents who has kept his real estate license active in he's a realtor in Rochester. He looked at homes in Rochester New York we just took that one area just to see what it was more home sold no photos no photos than homes than had virtual tours so I think there's a great deal of complacency around it you know it's a nice to have it's not a need to have a thing homes sell if their price right regardless of the kinds of marketing you do and so the real estate agent it's who are doing really really great marketing are doing it for reasons other than this is to sell the home and I think they understand that yeah I think it's funny sort of been looking at a few properties lightly will attend to look at the fight like united given the fighters have to be good but if it's got a floor plan usually dining guided the video is sort of like Click Click Click yes yes yes there is a flow plan I can I can see how that looks and it's really kind of amazing to me you know you can go onto Amazon and go look for a fifty dollar anything almost and be able to spin it around and look at it and get every view of it you can Dan but five hundred thousand dollar house you get crappy iphone photos and no real understanding of layout and I understand all of the reasons that realtors give for not wanting to too much information on the web but from a consumer experience standpoint I don't get it as a consumer the really frustrated by that kind of experience and that's I think that's partially why we're seeing some of the potential changes that are occurring in the marketplace with companies who are trying to systematize all of those approaches to things making certain that the consumer experiences being delivered is assistant from home to home the home the home and that's a struggle in traditional real estate yeah absolutely so you see a lot of startups and everyone well actually stopped hearing the real estate lightly I think that got the message that we're a bit sick of that price the whole North American Margaret renounced fixated on the fire Yep I saw that coming out of Edmund actually I wasn't at the Siedman but.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Yeah it's really kind of amazing to me you know you can go onto Amazon and go look for a fifty dollar anything almost and be able to spin it around look at it and get every view of it you can but five hundred thousand dollar house you get crappy iphone photos and no real understanding of layout and I I don't get it as a consumer really frustrated by that kind of experience and that's I think that's partially why we're seeing some of the potential changes that are occurring in the marketplace with companies who are trying to systematize all of those approaches to things making certain that the consumer variances being delivered is consistent from home to home the home to home and that's a struggle in traditional real estate you listening to elevate the official cast lead agent for real estate industry sales professionals property managers and leaders each episode we bring you the best minds in business in real estate help you sell more and elevate your results to connect with all things a lead agent including the latest news coaching and features subscribe at excite elite agent dot com welcome to another episode of elevate podcast where we dove into some of the most interesting minds in business and in real estate for the your best chips and strategies feed implemented elevate your business I'm Samantha McLean editor of elite agent and host of this show I am super excited to bring you the this week's guest someone I met back during two thousand and eleven who I consider to be a true thought later in the industry particularly in all matters digital and that is sort of after Speaker and consultant Jeff Channel Jeff has been a leader in all things digital in the real estate industry for as long as I can remember and now he helps takes ah we understand and navigate the real estate industry is part of the incubator program he's a much to speak on the cross section of technology trends human behavior and of course artificial intelligence some of you might know Jeff from his time at real satisfied viewer and duckie sketch and also for being a friend to me us all these at conferences in this podcast you kind he jeff choke about what makes a startup in the industry luckily to succeed where he sees the role the real estate profession longtime he's thoughts on traditional brokerages versus some of the new start up models and importantly what other things real estate agents nature you're now to get ready for a world which already includes artificial intelligence I am showing you guys are GonNa get a lot out of this episode with Jeff China Annual Nature Type plenty of nights particularly when Jeff talks about some of the actionable advice you can take to help future proof your business if you wanted to save time and if it doing that as we've done the hard work for you lots of you are already dialed into a late agent extra where we aggregate all of the best action tips until from all of our podcast mm up into an ach package and deliver them right to your door in the form of a good old fashioned easy to read newsletter so that sounds like an option you'd like to check out two elite agent elevate dot com and once you've downloaded this week show nights that big green button to sign up the extra and we'll send you all this month good stuff in the mail as well as giving you access to Albano from all about previous podcast guests that's it from me for now enjoy the Shar so welcome to the podcast geoff ten must be here yeah it's great to catch up with you again finally because we seem to catch up during these flat eighteen the being in Australia may being in the US it always seems to be tied to an itinerary it doesn't quite fit either one of schedules quickly I nine and Archie thousand eleven I think it was when I first met you I think you may and Larry Scott with any tree people on twitter back then and you gave a great speech on listening skill tools which I think is relevant as well again today live memory of that is not the same as yours I thought I gave a horrible presentation and I think it was Ainley because it was my first time visiting Australia and I hadn't learned to speak Australian yet and learned to assess Australian humor standing in front of the audience I was lost literally loss I'm glad you remember it better than I do now I do remember it well because I felt this guy really is what he's talking about and there were a lot of experts a lot of Americans was not the ye that Rudy Giuliani came out I have the misfortune of following Giuliani which probably didn't help with my nerves at all I might not be as nervous today as I was then yeah absolutely oh we both come a long way but can you give us a bit of Print Division One division focused on digital printing one was sort of a true digital design company that got started very very very early league in the digital design stage Nineteen eighty-five so I've been at the digital side of things for a long long time in the third company was a newspaper digital premiums the company and we focused on automation of newspaper ADS The building of newspaper ads and after I sold that company in Nineteen Ninety nine looking for something to do I came up with a way to to do virtual tours that hadn't been done before it's done by everyone now but at the time we were the first to do it and so that was in two thousand one so I've been playing along the edges of real estate technology now for eighteen years so I guess yeah wow and so is this something that you find fascinating about real estate technology like what is it that you really like about this industry I think there's a misconception that real estate is the most backwards industry on the planet when it comes to technology and I'm not hundred percent convinced that that's true I think it's just a very difficult industry for technology companies to break into because of the well in the united states specifically the independent contractor status of the agent and this sort of maverick feeling that every single agent in their own little business makes it very very difficult to wrap your hands around the structure of it all it's becoming less and less of the wild wild west as data standards improve as your ability to get to data improves I think there's a lot of innovation that takes place and the second side of it that I find really intriguing in probably the most important side of it is that agents are by necessity some of the best social networks on the planet and so the really good realtors and I ended up spending my time around the really really good realtors there just really good humans that may sound a little bit pollyannish herb unicorns and rainbows but I don't spend my time personally around non-performing agents in there obviously lots of those and so the best of the best are really really good at what they do and the really good humans and they almost have to be because of the nature of what you're doing and working with someone as they move into a new home or sell a home I mean it's a very personal thing you're doing volt gotta be condom on the cutting edge of everything else is going on well I think that's it it's not the real estate industry is behind it technologies they're very discerning about things that work and don't work of course there's always a little bit of Shiny Objects Syndrome that takes place in people end up you know buying things they don't need a conferences etc but in general I think the people who are successful in this industry understand what works I understand what doesn't work and they're not as susceptible to the hype of a piece of technology when it comes to their business they're going to run it through its paces come along and they'll be chattering the facebook groups and stuff like that like all another Roeber or another they sort of abet thought we were the parochial ones well hyper said this a number of times on that trip in two thousand eleven I met David King Infidels who founded real satisfied in Manly Beach Australia and I've loved technology and I loved it for lots of reasons it was well thought out it was a really well executed piece of technology fabulous humans and I've since come to see other technologies that have started in Australia that have a similar feel you know they have really a good design thinking they're not just throwing stuff up against the wall and I think there's something to do with the Australian market and you can.
"jeff turner" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"The lakers are one of those teams that are sort of they liked the drama right is that way and you have you know in hollywood and doors that you can be as boring so they're they're fine with all of it as long as you still play well on the court but when you ha when you see negative stuff veggie making the coach it does create a negative atmosphere and so what they asked him was just just keep a positive and if you have something negative say come to us first before you talked media and last night when i ask of our bodies said yeah that's all right it's about right i mean don't get it twisted though it was this was a really good thing that they talk to me and i felt really good about that and uh the lines of communication were open but i'm still going to say what i'm gonna say last time a professional franchise have to go to some players dad i go do we got to talk mm i don't remember that you had on either i don't need argue the only thing the only similarity will be the williams sisters and that's his tennis that's either team it's a ten we have heard from richards for years and years once they became fullfledged dose we really didn't hear from him all them while they can extra mile their life think they took care of it themselves or yeah because it's smart marketing it's like you know for us to grow we have to make should have dad's in the backdrop and that's actually a good thing i i just i will not allow lavarra ball to overshadow what are my enjoyment of the nba locally in chicago they asked me to you on title of our ball i turn the of you down jeff turner goes at wh what relevance would he have to basketball in chicago we'll just or just the in general hired him on because you know why because all you wants to do is argue in pushes brand and already know the ball around we all know what it is but my focus not on him as a matter of fact cyber on lonzo it's on kyle coups month he's a better player he's got his head dow's who are 19 points last night he just gives you consis never involved to guide its at sometimes the struggling so.
"jeff turner" Discussed on The Big Listen
"One jeff turner is the host of on drugs from the cdc to find out more about the show out big listen dot org now if you recall from the top of the show our pow just skolnick is a survivor of violent crime and one of the things that helped the writer cope over the years is antidepressants but then skolnick found true crime television when i'm trying said distress at night like all you know lie down and much eight episodes of forensic files back to back winston found a link it would be extra stressful but actually the really tonline i now it's really weird it was one of the strangest cases in canadian history squashed piece of fruit and a tiny pinpoint reflection in a picture was the only evidence for nick true crime shows be they on tv or in podcasts form serve as a reminder that many people are impacted by violence in just that fact can make survivors feel a little less isolated first of all there's that admission that these things do happen um which is just a belief and to a degree listening is a type of exposure therapy for skolnick that's where people are exposed to scenes or events in a controlled environment that recall their initial trauma in order to help them overcome it it's a pretty common treatment of ptsd and the good thing about any true crime stories is that you can always turn them off i have control i mean that in and of itself the extremely powerful not only that but for skolnick those types of shows also helpful.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Trai the papaya with poop on it it is she club la coruna papaya with poop lock hurry so when nicky what do you think it is really would it taste it's the inside was chew in sweden the outside was crusty in spicy like hearing it by oh no fire with your club jeff turner when it is nicky you're eating dried mangoes covered in chili powder and salt okay here that i can hear that one bottle mountain yeah all right is ride mango with chilli powder okay okay arrange i want you to really whisper 'cause i don't want her what is extinct joanie loves she put your hands of years but your interview with the next thing he's gonna be taste nick he's going to be tasting a japanese sesame ball ingredients include looting this rice flour dried redbean sugar vegetable oil baking soda canola oil okay wait are i'm i'm gonna open up until i got i must oh god i'm nervous noor yummy nearing do as smell adverse nikki your me just shove it in uh uh because if i smell it back and that could be a problem i'm gonna shove listen her mouth not much of the all right i just put that it will be yarze the loss was gordon closed for lick opening.
"jeff turner" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Taylor jeff turner dale there usually is my work slave turbo bailed or by god can you'd osceola the the old advertisements on television the had the kind of thing talked about you know you can listen to the tv you all the world of work sleep two vice versa whatever things are sold television were kind of clunky ugly yes okay they were they were ky ko clunky ugly describes what i saw in the store 'cause i'm gonna go by a we've come a long way i am for the most part they looked like any other electronic device that you would buy from many where we would regard care was sitting on immature listening to mindful exactly and they're easy to use their discreet in a way that they don't look like something that's bacon clunky um so i think that there finally this this companies are finally breaking through and realizing that just because you can't hear the television or or whatever it may be road doesn't mean that you need something that's a fifty pound block of sitting on your lap or something um so they're they're sleek some of them allow to use your own headphones if you have some high quality headphones you can continue to australia's about that or the euro that was a big silly port for me and i i have used them i don't have any hearing loss but i think it's it's exciting to disputable the here everything in and even for me and you don't realize what you're missing so far iraq really into the show that you're watching or you know maybe you think that there's something that you're missing out on just to hear that sound in henry owns or the the your butts that are builtin to some of them the sound quality is just amazing and i think it it is a product that applies to somebody that does have hearing loss as well as somebody that just appreciates listening highquality sound gutless we've always failed at the movie as opposed to heavier cranked up so wildly shape off all the cheapo beatles soundsystem becomes with of once ring tv you actually get really good quality audio uh i think that's what intrigued me about it was because well while temblor i.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"And chris of course to end the season has to be congrats through jude attorney general jeff turner gin and thom can anybody have their own fucking season without goddamn gedin tanner musical coming to town of shitting all over the place you know i wish i honestly wish that like raven an adam had gotten into even they don't like each other even though they don't like each other is still think it would have felt more rewarding than tailored eric l here's why i will just i will leave you with this i it was it was sweet i kind of had some feelings about it i was like oh let's that's kind of nicely tes the happy but underneath at all like taylor's never going to be happy and derek is a night he seems like a genuinely nice guy he's kind of funny and he's just gonna get browbeaten for that entire marriage derek has that guy who fell in love with joe drew having never spoken her like i mean if accused were acquitted he fell in of so badly he solved in the car of the way home then taylor he fell in love with her like a day even though she was a total astle that is that guy who doesn't care he just wants to be a good husband to whoever he could be married to a serial killer he will make it work and find a way to make her feel loved and respected and i think that that's good you know like he can just like give love like that i guess to anybody it's like those people who were in arranged marriages.
"jeff turner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Even know how you may how would you in make cells worry steak a glut makes it sells bury the gravy over it a good question of meat years the high quality it's a solve the bad it's it's a solo it gave the salisbury part of the cow as it's right that is nails very bizarre is that what makes lancashire in the salisbury does is it like a cube steak you're out of the show mg ozone it's called ground beef and other greedy event of the land all eu aid the boy evan shivered cows other got pulled myself very pulled your what myself very i know he's not available a i know it's not that oh yeah it's definitely other angry at is like yeah it's can leave a high loaf is it like the hot dog of in a stake we just throw everything in their matched up flatten up well this kind of goes we talk we've talked about this before that he had like all i salisbury stake again i mean i'd probably have to do you didn't tv dinner form but one you have to throw gravy on something you know what i mean they really good cuts of meat should be able to bomb in ilk overcook now you just eat medium rare salt pepper nougarede the gummy if it's a really good cutter made if not yeah you can add little bit this that a little bit of that i'm not saying you don't add stuff too good cuts me because i do right in butter salt pepper little garlic stuff like that but you start chuck in gravy two on staff than real quick i know away over begging for this monachia wherever jeff turner south i played with the orlando magic and i went over his house for thanksgiving one year and his wife you know i give anybody credit that slaves over.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"This is a cbc original podcast hi i'm loook housekey host of love me a podcast about the messy nece of human connection each week we bring you stories that will punch you right in the heart what happens when you read your boyfriends diary and discover you wishes wishes you were someone else or when you're fatherinlaw's dying wish pushes you weigh eddie to find out subscribe cbc c c a slash love me or wherever you listen hello i'm jeff turner in the show is on drugs in this episode we're talking about a really important drug that you've probably never heard of the drug is called mill town the chemical name for mill town is met proba me it's a tranquiliser but it's more than that without mill town it's hard to imagine a presentday were drugs like prozac in zoloft are billion dollar seller we're going to get deep into the history of meltdown in a little bit but first a digression i was talking to a friend of mine recently she does academic counseling with undergraduates and we were talking about the pressure these students are under the academic pressure the pressure to pay off student loans pressure to choose a career in my friend said no wonder they're all on sola moved and i laughed and she said no i'm serious half the kids i talked to her on some kind of pill for their heads now i know my friend was being a little bit hyperbolic but were taking a lot of this style and not just stressed out undergrads one in six americans takes a psychiatric medication.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"Dini to me in order for conception to occur but at the end of the 17th century the idea that a woman at needs to orgasm in in order to conceive as much less common and is widely being criticised and many many medical men right in the books though the theory is that both men and women need to experience pasha they know of many women who have conceived to clearly dislike the husband's or haven't been enjoying their sexual encounters and say that that kind of experience of reproduction starts to clash with their that theories on it does mean that women's pressure is afforded far less interest on a fall less permanent place as you move into the eighteenth century so we fastforward to 2015 and pharmaceutical companies finally catch up to sixteen fifteen in 2015 the fda approved the first drug to treat purported low sexual desire and women it was colloquially called female vie agra and to evans the search for the female viola griff fits into a long historical pattern what's really interesting about these kinds of qwest's fair female fayek right today and as we tend to think whipping very new and very innovative actually if we look to the past there are many other cultures and societies where the has already been that kind of search for substances that will work for the male and female body and and so i think if we we look back we can kind of see a precedent for from what we're trying to do today you're listening to on drugs a c c original podcast i'm jeff turner we'd love to hear from you if you want to tell us anything you've heard on the program send your email to on drugs at cbc does.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"This is a cbc original podcast i literally boy also known as urban need to find the host of new fire this summer i'll introduce you to the next generation of indigenous voices from social media to sack culture defferre among indigenous some people share their story and invite you into their communities not subscribe to the podcasts at to defeat dot com slash fire on idea or wherever you get your podcasts hello i'm jeff turner in the show is on drugs you're listening to a podcast extra for our episode on drugs in music i spoke to martin torgau i am the author most recently bob apocalypse jazz race the beets and drugs in this week's podcast torga helped us trace the parallels between the spread of marijuana across the us and the development of jazz tour gough has a lot to say on the subject of drugs music and there's no way we could fit at all in the episode so here's a little more it's probably a good idea to listen to this week's full episode before carrying on from here but if you already have you heard how tour goss older sister introduced him to claude as a teenager generating the experience with a wellplaced beatles track that first puff set him on a path that would shape his entire life here for only young once and your experience of life is just you know opening up and everything has that that feeling of being new and fresh and you kind of add the sensory openings of marijuana to that and the power of the music the music was just so fertile.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"One right after the other never miss it never behind me all without an ounce of effort with my loaded horn i could take all the first swinging evil things in the world and bring them together in perfect harmony spreading peace and joy and relax satian to all the keyed up and punchy people everywhere i began to preach my millennia on my award leaning all the sinners onto glory show shows on drugs than i'm jeff turner make sure visit our website just search for cbc on drugs you'll find lots of extra stuff there photos video and some longer versions of the injured up to now we've been talking about drugs as a relatively benign influence on music bites you've gotta take the dark was the light but i was fifteen i joined a band called bad attitude we played something we call demolition rocket resist nasty stu of punk heavy metal glamour i don't know if it's just because of vancouver's long narcotic history i mean we've been dealing with an opioid problem here almost as long as there's been a vancouver but the vancouver music scene during the eighties was really drug especially the little sub seen that are banned was a party we practiced in a communal house in east vancouver that was known as the terrible house of sickness and a really was terrible it was filthy and dark and sad we shared the basement practice base with another band cult sudden impact their singer was a guy named brian majestic but everyone just called amazing make was best friends with our bassist rod and just about the time i joined bad attitude robin mink and a couple of others were doing heroin together in the house as rob describes it maine can jack did and fell back on his bad and the next thing they knew he was turning blue.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"This is a cbc original podcast i literally boy also known as urban need of i'm the host of new fire this summer i'll introduce you to the next generation of indigenous boycotted by the social media to sack cultured that they're among indigenous come people share their story and invite you into this communities not subscribe to the podcast at defeat dot com slash fire on i june or wherever you get your podcasts hi i'm jeff turner in the show is on drugs this week we're talking about drugs and pain here's a little story about pain it was the day of my daughter's fourth birthday party and i was baking the cake i was partway through the job and i wasn't feeling at all well i was getting a little queasy but i was also developing this vicious headache this was something because i don't normally get headaches i think i finish the cake just barely may be and then i shall pulled off the bad and and keep in mind this was at least twelve hours before my usual bedtime and by the time i got into the sheets the headache had just developed into his raging circle of pain it felt like somebody was drilling into my eyes i drifted off for a couple of hours but that i woke up with my head no vice who was the worst pain i've ever felt with some help my wife got me trundled off to emergency.
"jeff turner" Discussed on On Drugs
"This is a cbc original podcast i literally boy also known as urban needed and a host of new fire this summer i'll introduce you to the next generation of indigenous boycotted by the social media to sack cultured the thurmond indigenous come people share their story and invite you into their communities not subscribe to the podcast at to defeat dot com slash fire on i june or wherever you get your podcasts i'm jeff turner and you're listening to on drugs cbc original podcast this is a weekend extra podcast i spoke to normal older for episode war on drugs he shared some of his research on german soldiers under the third reich and in the way that methamphetamine factored into the german military strategy but there is a whole other part of that conversation that we couldn't fit older has done some fascinating research around adolf hitler's own druguse and how it may have shaped the war if you haven't heard the original episode there so so much more there so please do have a listen to that but in the meantime hear some more of my conversation with norman older the author of blitzed drugs in the third reich the your research has uncovered some really interesting stuff about adolf hitler himself and his drug use um can you tell us a little bit about uh hitler and his physician dr theater morale well hitler was portrayed always as a teetotaler is someone who wouldn't smoke wouldn't drink coffee.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"That honor in in in that like radio my against today are jeff turner president you know turner general manager in done like you deal with director of welker in production all fringe only fish are in florida hi everyone thanks for joining us today a hurled here right so you guys ever really cool unique company and i know you've been in this area at least for several years i know you've been involved with a chorus for a long time before we get started into the jelly fish art company specifically i wanted to get a little bit of more personal side for me to be so let's start with you jeff on your your kind of the big sees of the group what well tells a little bit how you became interesting murray inside and maybe a little bit about your background and then so you're involvement with joey fish are how you became interesting involved right it really star the stars boy my father dick quite monster on the couple i don't i started it or aside in nineteen sixty five my dad was president that he seven and i was born sixty two so i mean had it from way in the beginning timing or anze about my first last night or so years old so i know that plants for over forty five years i brady i'm go he says i still project really is my senior i spoke project back in for nineteen seventy six so i've been involved in all aspects of the munich arms straight some way in the beginning i start all are a and did all distribution network for the first six awesome where i'm at all this projects on the planet that's still operating today and it's then out was on end issue and though case into the involved in everything aquarium related and i love to go says oh are a of course is ocean three tsn aquarium is which as yet the players you mentioned was the first him you know it's still very successful today he tells a little bit about i guess how you started with kelly finish you know i had met alex and two thousand eleven global at xcel we're displaying a caretaker products that that i am i i had always seems like there's a core and is that hulk or m's de many many years about seven years ago so half.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"In in in that like radio my against today are jeff turner president you know turner general manager in john michael's video director of welker in production all fringe only fish are in florida hi everyone thanks for joining us today a hey right so you guys ever really cool unique company and i know you've been in in this area at least for several years i know you've been involved with a chorus for a long time before we get started into the jelly fish our company specifically i wanted to get a little bit of more personal side for me to be so let's start with you jeff on your your kind of the big tease of the group which well tells a little bit how you became interesting murray inside maybe a little bit about your background and then so you're involvement with joey fish are how you became interesting involved right it really star the stars boy my father dick white monster on the couple i don't i started assortment aside in nineteen sixty five my dad was president that you seven and i was born sixty two so i mean had an from way in the beginning and i think or anze about my first last night when i was seven years old so i know that plants for over forty five years i've brady i'm go he's as a high school project it really is nice in your high school project back in for nineteen seventy six so i've been involved in all aspects of the me to earn straight some way in the beginning i start all are a and did all distribution network for the first successful where i'm at all this projects on the planet it's still operating today and it's been a life on and issue and though case into the involved in everything aquarium related and i love to go said oh are a of course is ocean's three tsn aquarium is which as players you mentioned was the first him you know it's still very successful today he tells a little bit about i guess how you started with kelly finish you know i hadn't met alex and two thousand eleven global at xcel we're displaying okay their products that that i am i had always seems like warrants that hulk or m's for many many years about seven years ago so and a half.
"jeff turner" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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