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"kaylie" Discussed on WJR 760
"That Briana Noble and Kaylie all about earnings. On the auto companies, which can seem kind of dry, But this is very, very real. I think we're living through something kind of an automotive agony and the ecstasy. These companies are doing very well financially despite the chip shortage in the hit to inventories, but they were given the trends and what we're being told this could get worse before it gets better. I wanted to, and I wanted to bring into the conversation. Laura Heston, the esteemed producer here at W. J. R. Um what do you think, Kaylie and or Briana? Take a stab at what do you think this is going to mean for consumers? I mean, if if Jim CeBIT is having a fraction, or 1/10 of what he normally would have in terms of vehicles. At some point, these guys are gonna get close to zero R thing. Actually, I'm sorry, Daniel. Both ladies have dropped. I can get them back on if you'd like me to. But, you know, I can't talk about this. If you'd like, Sure. Go ahead. I mean, I'm just getting back on the line. Sure. Okay. Okay. I'll let you know another So, um, uh, e think one of the real big questions here we need to understand is, uh, this is something we've never seen before. And I think this is you put this under the rubric of of unintended consequences of the pandemic. This is revealing how how fragile supply lines for certain components are, uh, in this case, microchips. On what and that are needed in the vehicle and that they're dependent on just a small number of producers largely in Taiwan and other parts of Asia. Politicians are starting to wake up to this in Washington. Um And, uh, and starting to think about Do we need to try incentivize investment in, um, policies here in Washington that can Maintain these vehicles and maintain the supply lines. I think it's gonna be a real key key issue. Daniel Kelly is back. Haley. How you doing? What is this going to do? What does this mean when Jim see, but says he should normally have 200 vehicles, and he's got 20 or 1/10 of that. What's this mean for consumers? Well, what it means is that if you want a certain type of vehicle, good luck trying to get it. I mean, um it's definitely limits. You know the types of trims that they have available and you may just have to settle for something different from what you originally wanted. Not only that, you'll be paying a higher price you mentioned Some of the average transaction prices and I just got some data this morning from Cox. And like you said, the Cadillac was, I believe he pulled a pro fast 61,000. So it's for the average transaction price and Chevy was over 40,000. So as you can imagine, it's pretty expensive to buy a car right now. So this means that new car buyers this mean the new car buyers are the disproportionately well more well off and used car. I mean, I had an instance where used car I had a dealer told me that they're dying for used cars. On. I think In part, it's because because of price is right. Yeah, that used car prices are actually Jim. When I talked to him yesterday, he mentioned that as well. And he said that by it's just they're just astronomically high right now, um And still because he has fewer new cars he's having from his new car salesman, so used cars and they started out with a can't remember this specific numbers and he was like 30 years cars and they end up selling like 85 with the end of the month, so they somehow pulled a rabbit out The hat found an extra 50 years. Cars themselves, Um, just to make up. You know the fact that they don't have the new vehicles on the watch yourself. So e was just gonna ask you sky as that, you know, dealing for saying that used cars at auction. They're going for $4000 above what they normally would, And so many of them are are just trying to get as many as they can so that they have vehicles to sell because some people are being pushed into the used car market, especially if With the develop Bility that's out there. That's really kind of exposes. A lost opportunity doesn't mean if you look at these numbers of these companies and and how well they're doing, imagine what they would be doing. 18 million units are and they had more choice and higher equipped vehicles. Thies numbers would even be a lot higher and think about, you know the old him before you guys were covering this industry. But the old GM and the old Chrysler when faced in a situation like this Uh, you know, a decade or more ago. This would have been a cataclysmic right, but they're going through this, and they're still making Really good money and really good margins, right? Yeah, I think that there's but, um, you know, just being in that point. I want to talk to Jim yesterday didn't see that from Village board, he said. No, he He knows that people have money is thundering now and if he had the vehicles, he would be selling all of them, but they don't have the vehicles. So it's frustrating for dealers when they know that there's my baby had, but they you know Can't make it because they don't have have the majority to sell. They don't have a lot of options now, do they? I mean, they just got to keep mixing and matching and trying to keep things not getting any chips. Um, yeah. I mean, I didn't really provide Lee. Do you have this really provide, like, you know, estimates of like how many chips were getting in and like, where? How That's looking. But they're getting obviously they're getting in as they get in ships there. Parking some vehicles, and they're adding those chips in when they get them. And the chips situation is is, um, you know, it's very dynamic because it's so deep in the supply chain so they don't have released previously. They didn't have, like a line of sight that I think that they would have wanted on it. And I think they're getting better at that. Don't know Briana would agree. Yeah, No, that was something that Richard Palmer, the chief financial officer explains. This really emphasized that's being worked on right now is act increasing visibility that because these semi conductors, their bidding, being, um Put into component so being assembled so there it's so deep into the supply chain that traditionally the automakers haven't had insight into. That status story sort of being forced to get more involved in that, um and right now, the focus for them has been priority, sizing the in demand and most profitable. Profitable vehicles. That's why you're seeing some plans go down and others they keep up because they're conserving the chips that would go and, you know, um Products that don't sell as well as others and putting us in high demand products. Well, Kaylie increasing everything. I'm sorry, Briana. Go ahead. Yeah, I was just gonna say And that's what's also contributing to the increase is an average transaction Prices as well. Kaylie Hall and Briana Noble of the Detroit News Thanks very much for joining us in spelling this all out for us. This is brings us to the end of the show. I'm Daniel House. In your editor for business and columnists, The Detroit News and thanks for joining us, and let's find out what's going on on the roads from Dana Clark. This report is sponsored by unbound dot orig Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their.
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Team that can defend well and make it hard and take away your time and space. I don't know that Columbus right now with the way they've been playing After the trade deadline in a lot of the losses they have on their roster, big names in Savard and fully know Gone that they'll be able to match this skill level. Certainly not of the lightning, but just the intensity in the urgency. I think the Lightning will have an edge in this game and for MCA, Lainey, I think they for sure owe him one after that national game. Hey, the great job is always will talk to during the first intermission, reports. Thanks, Greg. All right, that is Kaylie Chelios. Right there, You know, we mentioned David Savard earlier in the broadcast. He's been playing with Ryan McDonagh a lot. You want him to start feeling As comfortable as possible with the playoffs approaching, and he said McDonough has been making it easy for him on the ice. Yeah, I mean, it's been really easy, You know, I think all the guys made me feel really welcome. And you know, it's been easy transition for me, the team is is Is already you know, it's the only new guy coming in. So you know that the team was running well already, and I'm just trying to have my thing in there and play well, and obviously playing a lot with Mac has been going really easy. He's such a good player, and he talks a lot on the aced every time out of question. He wouldn't make sure I you would give the answer. So you know, it's been pretty easy for me. I'm just trying to obviously get better every game and get Theo. Make sure I know everything and Ready to go for the playoffs. All right. We'll hear from lightning head coach John Cooper. He's up next. Also John Tortorella as well, We're getting you set for lighting and blue jackets right here on letting radio Amalie Motor oil tips his hat to the manly man. Manly.
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You never know how the team's gonna respond. When you're on the power play, and when you're trying to kill it off, But it felt like Carolina gained a lot of momentum from that power play to start the second. Yeah, I mean, they have good special teams. Lightning knew that going into this match up, and it's unfortunate the Lightning's penalty kill wasn't able to Get that off on be able to use the momentum themselves. But, yeah, I think Carolina came out. They started strong. You could tell Rod bring you more on the bench. You know, just by his body language and the way he's coaching You know, he had them going from the get go, and I think it all started with that power play like you said so unfortunate. The lightning weren't really able to generate enough zone time is you also mentioned And for Carolina, you know, just More possession. In the more time you get the better chances. You have it generating offense, and they were able to capitalize quickly. Good to see Brayden point get a goal there late in the second and hopefully for Tampa Bay, Kaylie that can create some momentum in the third. Yeah, absolutely. I think breaking point again. He's been looking so strong lately. He's been driving the offense for them. I think driving the bus with Steven Stamkos out of the lineup, No coup, Traube. He's just been Ah, force, so I think it was really good for him. Teofilo Lee get one through on a great play by him and Andre plot and hopefully they can carry some of that with them into the third period, and they do their best right now. They have to stay out of the penalty box and stay disciplined. All right. We'll see if they can claw their way back here in the third. Kaylie. Great job is always will talk to you during the postgame show. All right. Thanks, Greg. All right. That's Kaylie Chelios.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Kaylie News Radio's David Cale has more on this. Yeah. Marty Officer Eric Tally was just 51 years old Boulder police chief Maris Harold. Off. Sir Talley responded to the sea was first on the scene on he was fatally shot. Talley got his final call around 2 30 yesterday afternoon. Witnesses say it was less than two minutes before he arrived to take on the gunman tallied been with the Boulder Police department since 2010. He was known as a family man and indeed was the father of seven, ranging in age from 20 down to seven years of age tallies body escorted from the scene last night by a train of police vehicles with flashing lights. David Cale K away news radio. Former Columbine High School principal Frank DeAngelis is hoping to help the healing process, he says. It's a scene that he knows all too well in five or 10 minutes. I start getting calls from the media, and usually when that happened. I remember so vividly when you know the Aurora Theater shooting 30 at least text, you know the stem shooting, and we've Colorado's definitely experienced heartbreak that's for sure tragedies. DeAngelis is, people have to hang on to hope, which is something he never forgot in the days and weeks after the 1999 Columbine High School, shooting the former Columbine principal also stepping up to directly help the victims. He's chairman of the Colorado healing Fund. It was set up in 2018 to assist communities and the victims of mass tragedies. The board also includes former state Attorney General Cynthia Coffman. She says the organization stands ready to accept the public's donations and work with local agencies to respond to the immediate and long term needs of victims. The public and find more information on how to donate go to Colorado Healing fund that, or G'kar state and local leaders. Also reacting in the wake of that shooting, Boulder Mayor Sam Weaver says words conduce. No justice to the tragedy that unfolded He says the community will soon grieve its losses and start to heal again. The governor says he, too, is grieving after the state once again saw the quote face of evil Congressman Ken but called the first responders the true heroes and says his prayers are with the families. Others, like Congressman Jason Crowe expressed sorrow but also called for serious effective legislation on gun violence. We'll ask him about that angle coming up when we talk with him live at 8 24 in other news here on Colorado's Morning news, So how should stimulus money be spent in the states while the governor and legislative leaders? They're launching a listening tour next week in Pueblo, and the goal is really to ensure that every meeting has to diverse group of voices. This invaluable feedback will help shape Decisions that Colorado's elected officials make.
Florida Republicans offer bills banning transgender athletes
"A Florida's a step closer to having a transgender sports band. House subcommittee passed a bill that would require athletes in high school and college to play on teams that match their sex at birth. Highlands County Republican Kaylie Tuck sponsored the bill, and she says it'll ensure women and girls compete on a level playing field. But Broward County Democrat Marie Woodson says the bill marginalizes and demonizes the transgender
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Office Iraqis Kaylie NEWS Radio Times 6 15 now on Colorado's Morning news, the major snowfall from the weekend's historic blizzard making for a slick and so covered commute today to say the least plenty plows. Still trying to clear away the more than a foot of snow that is hit Denver and right now we're getting a live look at the road conditions with Fox 30 one's Emily Allen, who's out checking Denver's major highways. Emily, where you at this point? Good morning. Hey, we are on a 25 north. Sounds were in the council rock area. We wanted to come down here just because you're not just opened up a portion of 25 cell found between Ridge Parkway and Castle Rock that was closed because of adverse weather conditions, that it just open it up. We just, um South Council Rob where? Unfortunately, there's no lots of people. Waiting for the remainder of I 25 cell found to reopen between south of Castle rock overcome argument, the semis and people just sleeping in their cars waiting for that interstate to reopen at this point over, although I would say I'm dealing with a lot of snow pack pretty much no recognition on any of the major highways. We've been on our interstates within on. I 25 70 to 25 so they're definitely portions that are improving because of all the clouds that are They're working these stretches of these interstates but still really a nasty drive, obviously much better than the side roads that we're dealing with. But still, you know, it's gonna be slick and slippery on the interstates as well this morning to ask him already seeing some of that plow activity out where you're at Way are in fact, on the at I 25 cell found your eighth Avenue I saw there were six plows in formation plowing. I 25 cell found. I cover you know drums like this all the time after see that kind of thing up in the high country because we usually deal with really treacherous conditions up there. But what do I see? Six clouds in formation down here on 25, which is a sign of just how bad the roads are and how much snow we've got because of the storm. And besides the lack of lane recognition, I'm sure that's all part and parcel of that. But you're saying even if you are able to get out the road, they're gonna be choppy and well, it's cold right now, but a little more slushy. So it's It's a very uneven driving. Imagine in that part of my 25. It is and you know, that's what my photographer was the one behind the wheel. We won't keep commenting it it honestly kind of feels like you're on a roll it upon feature road at times, Just because of the way that as a snow pack is at this point, so there are times words those for the most part. It is then bump. You're getting jostled around this point as you're driving these stretches of interstate 30 one's Emily Island. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. Just about 6 18 years we get a little deeper dive in the roads and check in again with John and what he's saying. And that's gonna be part in person for the day John even when the clouds were out, it's gonna be kind of an uneven driving the major thoroughfares until they get the full crew of clouds and and they're able to clear everything out of the way. That's a good point, Marty and even changing lanes where you've got to plow this working one lane piling up a ridge of snow. Trying to get over into another lane until another block can come by and knock that out. So that's gonna be really tough for you. Getting out of your neighborhood is just gonna be problematic because we've had so much snow. Chances are you're gonna high center your car unless you're driving, you know, beefy four by four. But if you're driving a regular sedan, you just don't have the clearance. We've had more snow than the distance between the ground and the bottom of your car on that's really gonna put you in a world of hurt when you get stuck in your neighborhood. Best ideas. Do not go out this morning if you have to go out here. Is what you got. DEA.
"kaylie" Discussed on KCRW
"Hey, so these Kaylie Wells has the details. The newly eligible group consists of everyone between the ages of 16 to 64 with disabilities and severe health conditions. It'll include people who currently have cancer or severe kidney disease, down syndrome, heart failure and a few other conditions. Some vaccination sites are asking for proof. But the state isn't requiring anything more than people to self attest to their condition. Kind of like an honor system. With the loosening of requirements about 4.4 million more Californians, totaling to about half of all state residents will be eligible. Officials are warning that delays in booking an appointment should be expected. It'll be weeks before another batch of Johnson and Johnson vaccines arrived, plus the state still reserving 10% of new shots for teachers and 40% for underserved communities. Case, you know, Kaylie Wells reporting And Monday, it's official. L. A county will move into the less restrictive red tier of the state's reopening framework. That means you can eat inside your favorite restaurant hit the gym, even watch a movie inside a movie theater next week. After a devastating winter surge. Covert numbers in L. A have finally gotten low enough to move out of the most restrictive purple tear. California has also hit its goal of administering two million vaccine doses to underserved community statewide. Your state. Helen Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley, California is making good strides on achieving the commitment to delivering doses to the hardest take communities across our state. Making sure that our first line of protection is going to those places that have shouldered the greatest burden of disease. Another major facet of the red. Here is more school re openings with Monday's move seventh through 12th graders could soon be heading back to campus, depending on which district there in Earlier this week, Kern County officials approved a plan to fast track thousands of new oil and gas wells over the objection of environmentalists and community groups. The new law allows a single environmental impact report to cover as many as 2700 new wells a year. Well. Opponents are taking current to court over it. The Sierra Club and other groups are asking a judge to bar the county from approving any drilling permits. Their lawsuit notes that current already has some of the most polluted air in the country. Say the county approved the new ordinance based on unrealistic assumptions about pollution and health risks. Kern County has not commented on the lawsuit. And finally, the pandemic has worked the sense of time for many of us, But this weekend, we are springing forward. That's right. Today's are about to get longer as we switch to daylight savings time early Sunday morning. And you'll jump forward means we're going to be losing an hour of sleep. California is among 16 states that aren't fans of resetting the clock states have endorsed staying on daylight savings Time year round push for daylight savings Time on Lee could be getting momentum. This week, GOP Senator Marco Rubio of Florida introduced a bill to keep the U. S sprung forward and to end the reset back to standard time. However poor the time being, remember set your clocks.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A maintenance director at it'll Fade Assisted living facility made his first appearance in court yesterday. Ricardo Medina RoHaas was killed on Wednesday after he was shot in the head accused shooter Oakley paying said he thought Medina Ro hi stole $200 from his wallet. Amy White Enemy, is a former part owner of the facility and talked with box 31. I would call him and he would drive hours to come help us, she says. Ricardo loved his job, but his family more I am Rarely saw him that he wasn't showing the pictures of his daughters and telling me about their lives. Medina RoHaas was also an organ donor and someone received his heart yesterday. More diners allowed in metro Denver restaurants because of changes to the state's cova dial. The changes mean most of Metro Denver will move to level yellow. That means restaurants and some other businesses can increase capacity to 50% or 150 people. Why the change? Because Colorado's coded numbers are going down, we consistently bend in the top lowest 10 states. In the nation for the last several weeks on disease transmission. That's Johann Take a Ryan, head of Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment to stay at the Yellow level Counties will have to stay below 7.5% positivity for covert 19 Laura Hands Kay away NewsRadio in new inductees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame or out in some Broncos or in Two more Broncos are headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame is it was announced Saturday night during the NFL honors show that former quarterback Peyton Manning will be enshrined in his first year of eligibility and joining the Sheriff Broncos ring of Fame safety John Lynch, who has been a finalist for the eighth consecutive year. They, along with the rest of the 2021 class, as well as the 2020 class will be enshrined in a ceremony later this year. Raining crystal. Okay, we news radio. Our next updated 10 30. I'm Jodi Jordan, Kaylie NewsRadio A 50 A M and 94 1 FM from the background Sports Traffic.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm John Morrissey on Kaylie News Radio. Live everywhere in the I. Heart Radio at Fox 31 Pinpoint whether clear Tonight Low 31 62 tomorrow and Wednesday, But then a chance for what And snow Wednesday night. It's 56 degrees in Denver when it comes to covert 19 numbers, state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley, he says. We're doing well. Colorado continues to be in a pretty favorable position compared to the rest of the country. But we have seen 16 cases of covert variants. We've also had three instances of the L 452 are variants, and this is the variant that has been causing some infections in California. Also some countries in Europe I'm at this point. It's really still a variant that is under investigation. Dr Hurley. He says the other 13 cases are that so called UK variant. While we know it's happening. People are signing up to get a covert vaccine of multiple spots. Brigadier General Scott Sherman says. He wishes you wouldn't do that. I would urge everybody not to do in multiple places, Tonto. You go with one provider and register there on a wait list, because if you if you do register multiple places than that just holds up an appointment that somebody else could be using. Sherman is in charge of vaccine distribution in Colorado. At DEA, American Express Platinum Card members have access to the new Centurion Lounge. It's the airport's first non airline lounge. The lounge includes Ah craft beer Bar in national news. President Biden has invited 10 Republican senators to the White House after they proposed a scaled back version of a covert relief plan. It's far smaller than Biden's nearly $2 trillion plan. So when will the economy rev up again? It's an optimistic forecast from the Congressional Budget Office, which predicts that economic growth will recover rapidly thanks to the vaccine rollout at a barrage of proposed stimulus legislation. The CBO expects the labor market to return to pre pandemic levels in 2022 knots. ABC Jim Ryan, saved by the Bell star Justin Diamond, has died after a three week fight with cancer. He played screech on the show Diamond was 44 on Wall Street. Today, the Dow gained 229 points. NASDAQ was up 3 32. S and P 500 Rose 59 Our next news updated 3 30. I'm Cathy Walker on K Away News Radio 8:50, A.m. and 94 When a family kitchens, bands, counters and floors and even replacement windows and doors, you have our word will treat you right had done right. Hi. I'm Tasha Keeney. You.
New Year, new minimum wage: Colorado’s hourly rate jumps to $12.32 an hour
"For minimum wage earners in the state. They're getting a pay raise. Colorado's minimum wage is now $12.32 an hour up from 12 bucks. Last year, the minimum direct cash wage for tipped employees increases to $9.30 an hour and if you work in Denver, the minimum wage is now $14.77. That's up from 12, 85 and 2020. Jury bell Kaylie
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Radio a 50 A M 94 1 F ound from Bedford Sports Traffic Center. You shouldn't have any problems making your way around on the majority of freeways. You gotta find that there's no open air quote. We're causing any major problems. You're gonna find Speed's gonna be normal through the tech center on 9 25. I 70 looks good across town. Six to Lakewood. You've got no issues, and there's no road work that's causing problems on C 4, 70 or 84 70 at this time 36 between here and boulder, there's nothing interfering with the tribe. You'll make the time out to the airport on Pina Boulevard Fox 31 pinpoint Weather Sunshine Today High of 42 with tonight's along, dropping down to about 12 tomorrow Expect the high of 43 is it becomes a partly sunny tomorrow night slow Is going to be about 16 and Friday a high of 37. Currently it's 19. I'm Gary on blonde Kaylie News radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio up more than a few of our patients have talked to me about their first time, but it's not the first time you're probably thinking about. It's the first time that erectile dysfunction ruin the moment. This is Jeff for the Rocky Mountain Men's clinic, and if you're over 50, it's more than likely. You've had that first time yourself. But I also want to tell you that if you're like most men the first time convey the last time that Edie impacts your sex life at the Rocky Mountain Men's clothes. We've treated thousands of men for Edie, using treatments with success rates as high as 90%, and those treatments have in most cases made sex great again for both them and their partners. Some men are even performing like they have in years. So if Edie has been affecting your intimacy, it's time to make the last time that happened. The last time that happens for just $99. You'll get a consul, blood work and if medically advised a testes, and if that test does doesn't work in the office? Your visit is free. Call us today at 7 to 0440 7900..
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm John Morrissey on Kaylie News radio. Live everywhere in the I Heart radio out. Box 31 pinpoint whether we'll see a bit more snow tonight and tomorrow Low 31 29 for a high Tomorrow 41 On Sunday It's 24 degrees in Denver. There are reports shared by stadium on Twitter tonight that Utah State's players have voted not to play CSU tomorrow. It stems from comments made by the president of Utah State, about the team's interim head coach and his religious and cultural background. Coach Frank Miley is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. We have no official word yet about tomorrow's game from Utah State or CSU governor Pulis was asked today in Spanish during his news conference about whether people would be asked to provide citizenship in vote to get a vaccine video documenting a most in the Seattle group. Translated. That answer says the state will not ask for documentation. The governor also says the state will have a marketing campaign to let people know that the governor says that the cove in 19 Fizer vaccine has a very short shelf life have to administer it within 72 hours or will take it back and use it for someone else. I mean, it's not It should never go to anybody to sit there. The governor says those Fizer vaccines are the ones that require ultra cold storage. And we can trust Dr Fauci. It's just a little ouchy and knowing what I know personally having gone over the data. Definitely I will get vaccinated and I will get vaccinated publicly. We're told the final FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine could be signed tonight and after spending more than $14 million in getting on the ballot in more than a dozen states, including Colorado, Kanye West received less than 67,000 votes nationally, That means he finished seventh in total. He spent $215 for every vote on Wall Street. The Dow was up 47. NASDAQ Lost 27 S and P. 500 down four in sports because of an injury. It's doubtful that Christian McCaffrey of the Panthers will play his hometown Denver Broncos on Sunday and the Colorado mammoths are targeting a return to lacrosse Major league play on the weekend of April 9th next year. Our next news update of 4 30. I'm Cathy Walker on K Away news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 of them. Today. American Innovation is delivering miracles.
Kayleigh McEnany: Joe Biden will close down schools, churches and workplaces
"Open or closed? I'm ham Crusoe. Fox News. That's the choice between the two men running for president. According to White House press secretary Kaylie Mack Ineighty, who spoke to Fox and friends Joe Biden will close down your schools, Your churches, your workplaces, You have a choice to bring back the hottest economy in modern history, which President Trump brought US historic lows and unemployment With three days
More companies pledge to give workers time to vote
"Are involved in this next organization. You know their names were talking about all birds. Amazon Lulu Lemon lift Major League baseball uber target. The list is kind of endless and they've got a common interest. It's about strengthening our democracy. And encouraging participation. Now there's 545 of these companies in total. They basically just want to encourage civic participation. Okay, get out involved. So we're going to talk to the executive director of the Civic Alliance. He's Stephen Levine. He's on the phone with us from Los Angeles is also the co founder of Meteorites, Social Impact investors. Steven. It's great to have you. I imagine you guys have been quite busy over the last few months. We definitely have Kaylie and thank you for having me on this evening. I appreciate it. A CZ you mentioned the Civic Alliance is a nonpartisan business coalition that is strengthening our democracy by supporting face healthy and accessible elections. And by really inspiring every American to participate in our democracy. And I'm really proud of the work that we've seen so many extraordinary cos. Lead this here many for the first time encouraging both their employees and their consumers. Tio specifically active and get out and vote. Can you give us some specifics on what you've done? What kind of what kind of efforts Absolutely. So we've helped many companies, many major employers think about what policies they could have to make sure that all of their employees not only feel supported but also encouraged to vote. We're very proud to share that companies like best buy and Tax office are actually closing their retail locations. Either early or opening them late on election day to make sure that all of their employees have time off to vote. Other companies are closing completely for the day like Fiat, Chrysler on Patagonia, which are literally shutting down all of their operations on election day to make sure that their employees have the time they need to vote. We're also helping companies think about how they can message and provide all of their employees and consumers with the latest information about the different ways that Americans can vote in this election cycle. 20 is definitely a unique election cycle because you can say that again. The challenges represents so so we're really we're really excited that that many companies are are helping to fill in the gaps and educate Americans about about how they can vote early this year. Interesting fact. 99% of Americans can cast their ballot before Election Day in 2020, and we're thrilled that more than 75 million Americans already have. It's pretty just 30 million more than 60 students. It's no forgive me. I'm interrupting you. It's staggering, though. When you kind of get your head around those numbers. It's also staggering that you know, we talked about a story last week. About a Silicon Valley tech CEO that emailed all 10 million of his customers urging a vote for Joe Biden specifically like it used to be go back a few years. It was a no no for CEO or an executive to get out there and talk politically. What's different. We have about a minute and they will come back and continue. Okay, Great. Well, what I would say. First of all, I want to reiterate that specific alliances a nonpartisan all right, No, I understand Organization, but I think it's pretty exciting is that I think companies have started to realize that that civic engagement, nonpartisan civic engagement actually isn't partisan or political. It's patriotic and its civic And I think what we've seen is that because employees are really pushing companies take stands on important social issues. Companies are in turn, turning back to their employees and their consumers and saying, You know what? We will take a stand and we're taking a stand to encourage you to vote and really helped shape our country's future in our communities future and so I think. Encouraging voting and civic engagement eyes really the both politically safest and a really powerful move that many, many companies they're coming? Yeah, I would say employees. Consumers also, you know,
6th Grade Student Stabbed During Class At Handley Middle School In Dallas Area
"Forthe. Police are investigating after they say 1/6 grade student stabbed another student at a Fort Worth I sti middle school. Kaylie F's cat Bones are says district did confirm that it was at Hadley Middle School. District officials say two students were arguing in math class and that resulted in one student stabbing the other. They say the student only suffered minor injuries and the other is in police custody. Sadly, Middle school is in east for worth.
Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings made public
"Kentucky Attorney general's general's office office has has handed handed over over the the grand grand jury jury recordings recordings from from the the Briana Briana Taylor Taylor case. case. Hayley Hayley Hansen Hansen is is following following the the story story be be over over 20 20 hours hours of of grand grand jury jury recordings recordings include include commentary from law enforcement and interviews with neighbors, including Chelsea Naper. Detective Herman Hall with the attorney general's office. What's she crying before Discovery? She hearing crying, saying. Him breathe. Oh, my God. No. What was in the Tyra. She didn't hear divorces all only crime. None of the three Alan P D officers involved in Taylor shooting were charged directly with causing her death. Kaylie Hanson, NewsRadio, Wait. 40 yes,
Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case
"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Radio. Thanks David Kaylie news radio Time is 7 45, now on Colorado's Morning news, as the music would indicate. Talking about the Broncos. They're gearing up to face the Tampa Bay Bucks on Sunday. They'll have a welcome sight for kickoff. 5700 fans will be in the stands to cheer on the orange and blue after not being allowed for week one because of the pandemic, and we're looking at what it takes to get fans in the stands during the pandemic with the Broncos Stadium, G. M. J. Roberts. J. Good morning. I'm curious one how you came up with the number 5700. And how did these policies come together? What was the sausage making, like? T Get fans back at in powerful in my eye. Well, thanks for having me on Marty in April. The process has been long and it's been going on since. May we ever since this pandemic we've been trying to figure out how we could have a van. Back in the stadium and that included talking to local experts at UC Health. It included talking to national experts at the NFL brought in and it was part of a long and really great process where a whole team of us Work together with the league, other other organizations throughout the city to figure out how we could how we could make this possible. It seems like it'll work great while people are sitting in their seats with her mask, son, But you've got to get up and go to the potty and get a beer. So how do you deal with the bathrooms and the concessions specifically? Well with only 5700 people in a stadium. The whole 77,000 were not real worried about lines and concessions or restrooms or the gates. We have. We have all of the gates open almost like it was a normal game for such a small crowd, so people are going to be able to slip right through and get into the stadium and the same thing with the bathrooms. In the concession stands. We've opened up over 50 concession stands for the small group, so there should never be more than a couple of people in line at any time to get concessions. We do want people to use the concessions and the bathrooms are right near their sections. So that there isn't a lot of walking around and we really want people to enter the stadium where there's where their ticket says it put the gate number on it, and that's where we want you to enter, because that's the closest Route to your seats, So we want you to come in. We want you to get your concessions. Go to the bathroom and then go right to your seat, which would be socially distance at least 6 ft apart. From one pot of trusted people to another. And so that, uh, you know, it's it's gonna be a great experience for the people that are there for sure. J coach Fangio got find a lot of money for not wearing his mask. I know you're probably not levying fines. But how are you going to be able to enforce? Because I know if I have to work the mass in the state of how are you going to be able to enforce that? Can you realistically? Well, we've added mask wearing to our code of conduct our fan code of conduct and we every game. We deal with fans who don't want to follow the code of conduct that we have protocols in place and escalating. Processes toe to deal with anyone who's not pulling the rules, and the rat's wearing will be no different. The ushers will have signs that say, Please, wear your mask that they'll flashed somebody that's not complying. And if they continue not to comply, it'll escalate to the point where they're going to be asked to leave. Uh, that may happen, But I think the Bronco fans, they're some of the best in the country. We've got a great game to experience and the people that are here. I think one of stay and watch the game. And want to be able to come back. Our goal is if everybody followed the directions, everybody social distances. Everybody wears a mask. Everybody is safe that we're going to continue to increase the amount of fans that we have the games. So this game is only 5700. But hopefully before the end of the season, we have a farm or in the stadium and that that's going to be a team effort that's going to take everybody working together and following the rules for us to be able to get there, so So we're going to a lot of education will be will be videos on the scoreboard will be announcements when people come in. We'll be doing a lot to make sure people follow rules. But if they don't It'll be just like any other rule breaker and will end up at some point we might have to kick a couple people out. Bronco Stadium G. M. J. Roberts. Thank you, Jay. Have fun this weekend. All right, Thanks. Have a good day and coming up tomorrow we'll talk live to some lucky fans will be at that game. Can you imagine? I can't treat for these fans that are going. You're going to make it possible for more to go so provide. Okay. Do that. 7 49 here on Colorado's Morning news. We're going to be talking with voice of the sea. You buffs Mark Johnson here momentarily talking about maybe pectoral football. See you right now. Checking your Dr John Morrison. It is a slow mess. This morning, The bedspread Sports Traffic.
"kaylie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Cooper burns. He had talked about it in the pregame show alluded to he's probably going to do again. Why not have Steven Stamkos in there and maybe a more limited role playing? Less minutes at even strength, but being on the power play again, giving them some different opportunities and different looks. If you could go back in and be a threat there, it's probably his greatest weapon right. There is going to be on the power play. So it be great to see him back in the lineup. Tough to speculate, obviously, because we don't know, but I think you know, it seems like this might be the game that he gets back in. And again, another wrinkle thrown in Dallas and Kaylie. This really is a Siri's about adjustments. Dallas having to deal with Tampa based power play Tampa Bay, throwing some different looks out there and It'll be interesting to see how Dallas adjust to stamp coast, possibly playing, but just in general after game too, and what transpired there. Won't especially for the Stars Penalty Kill now, with coma out of the lineup who left in the game, too. After a hit with Ryan McDonagh. He left and didn't come back. So if he's out of the line, a piece of part of the penalty kill and It's a big part of their team. The leadership he plays with a lot of bite too much like a lot of this Dallas Stars team, But he really leads the charge in terms of his competing his competitiveness on the ice. Rick bonus, talked about it being huge. Lost this morning. So without him in the lineup and on the penalty kill, it's another kind of Ripple there for the stars of Steven Stamkos comes back in then they have to game plan. Ah, you know, maybe a little bit differently, And I think that's where the lighting power play. Maybe I was successful in that two is one. I thought they were moving the puck really well in Akita cultural was outstanding on both the assist he he was able to make those same passes to plot but to they've just had different looks on the power plane personnel. So it's not easy to scout and I thought they committed maybe over committed a little bit, too. Brayden point At times on that first power play, and that's how that seem. Pass opened up for Andre plot, and so now you throw Steven Stamkos back in there. Maybe you can have that triple threat headmen. Stamkos could draw back in action and it's really hard to defend against so We'll see if the captain's in and if he's able to kind of find his timing early on in this game, and I'm sure with his experience and leadership, ill will for sure have an impact. Caylee before we let you go. Regardless if Stamkos is in or not. Tampa Bay, playing with the lead is a big deal. They did that in Game two when they won. Do you feel like when the lightning score in this Siri's hopefully first again? That it puts Dallas obit on their heels. And I don't want to say they play less physical. But certainly maybe they have to think twice about running around and taking some Maybe unnecessary runs at lightning players. Yeah, I think that you know there. There. Penalties early on in the game cost him the game. They were unnecessary and undisciplined penalties, including CO Mohs his interference. I think it was on Tyler Johnson. S O. I agree. I think the lightning are really good team. If you're goingto, you know, Place your bets or choose which team you think will win the Stanley Cup. I think more people are going to say the Tampa Bay Lightning. They just have too good of a roster to money. You know, high power Doc team for words and a great back end as well. The Stars air clearly a great team, and they found different ways to win to get to this point, But I think if the Lightning can score first, and especially if they're special teams of power play Gets through the stars. They're going to find themselves in a lot of trouble. They certainly can't take the number of penalties they did last game, unfortunately, couldn't convert on their power play. When they had so many opportunities in the second, but The other lightning have proven and shown throughout these playoffs, that they know how to close out a game. When they have the lead in the third period. They've typically been one of their best or strongest period so far. It was in the last game, and if they can find a way to get the lead or find a way to get their power play content, get some confidence from the last game on their power play. I think the stars are going to be a little bit of trouble or it's going to be quite the challenge for them. Haley. Thank you will do it again during our first intermission report before we do that before we do that you I wanted to mention Have a new podcast out a very, very special guest. Don't you tell our folks about I did man in Rome. She was my guest this week. She was fantastic is officially the 28th anniversary today of from the day she suited up in Tampa Bay Lightning uniform and played her first. Game. There was an exhibition game against the ST Louis Blues for the Lightning. She's the first female to sign a professional sports contract in North America for a professional men's team. So pretty amazing. She's got quite a wild road on DH. She was so sweet, so classy, And that was pretty crazy getting to relive the experience in the uniqueness of that situation for her kind of just The landscape she's paid for young girls and young women in the sport of hockey. Catching up with Kaylie. That's the podcast. Check the latest one out, Kelly. Thanks again. We'll do it again in the first. Thanks, Greg. All right. Kelly Kelly is there the Lady Mosaic concluded your six of the goals for food program to help in the fight against hunger across Tampa Bay. The pandemic hit music more than doubled the regular season donation for a total of 200,000 benefiting 14 local food banks are thanks to Mosaic and these local food banks for their dedication in the battle to end hunger. Still to come. John Cooper. Rick Bonus Day, Michigan and Phil Esposito and maybe Steven Stamkos. It's all coming up next on letting radio Why is.
"kaylie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I'm John Morrissey on Kaylie NewsRadio Live everywhere on the I heard Radio out of the state attorney general says he's received more than 100 complaints about how Frontier Airlines has handled re booking. And refunds during the pandemic. Frontier says it acted fairly and in good faith more games today on Wall Street, even though there's no progress on the new stimulus package. The S and P 500, the NASDAQ Closed to record highs, those stories and more coming up in 3 30 with Cathy Walker on K Away NewsRadio, thiss his Big Al and Joe Joe. Earlier rot until you're right. Welcome back. It's big Al a joke. Okay when news radio 8 50 am and 90 for one of them, But of course, everyone in the free I heard radio at the Denver Nuggets tonight, Game seven. Look to become the first team since the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers to rally from a 31 deficit. Come on now. I like it, man. I like your chances. I'm not gonna lie like their chances. It's funny because you take all four of us here. All four of us here. And I don't think any of us gave the Nuggets a chance. No, neither way we you were You.
President Trump to Visit Kenosha Wisconsin After Police Shooting
"Concerned over whether President Trump scheduled visit to their city, following days of unrest over a police shooting may increase tensions. White House press secretary Kaylie Mecca Nadine minutes ago confirming the president will travel to Kenosha, but would not elaborate. If the president thinks the shooting was justified. There's a investigation ongoing. So, um, I spoke to him earlier and he was not willing to weigh in more than he had Video showing a Kenosha police officer shooting 29 year old Blake in the back. His family says he's paralyzed in California. More
Goodyear stock falls after Trump tweet calling for boycott
"White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism. E won't comment on whether Goodyear tire should be removed from President Trump's security vehicle and Secret Service vehicles after the president tweeted Americans should not by Goodyear tires. I'm not going to comment on security matters. The president's calling for a boycott of good year after he accused the company abandoned Make America great again Hat. The company says it s employees not to engage in any kind of political campaigning in the workplace. In order to create an inclusive and respectful environment.
COVID-19 recovery can take a few weeks even for young adults
"Control is on with the new study on the recovery rate of people who have come down with Covad 19 and, according to the report, you don't have to be in poor health to suffer adverse effects. ABC Kaylie Hardin. Recovery from Kobe can take a long time, even in young adults with no chronic conditions. This study finding one in five previously healthy young adults. Say they weren't back to their usual health and as many as three weeks after testing positive, A nearly
Tri-County Health issues mandatory mask order
"A statewide mask order Tri County Health Directive on Face Coverings is going into effect today, and there are some major differences. Kaylie News Radio's Chuck Clark joining us with those differences, Marty, You have the statewide order in the Tri County mask mandate, which goes into effect today. Key difference is the Tri County order. The inclusion of the requirement for face coverings in outdoor locations when six feet of social distancing can't be maintained, and a longer duration up to 90 days, rather than the state's 30 days now the statewide orders just for indoors municipalities head till yesterday to opt out of the tri county order. The city of Parker did that earlier this week, one Parker councilman said they can't opt out of the state wide order. But he would if they could. Chuck Clark K away news radio. Thanks.
"kaylie" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I understand that he wants to get the word out that wass but ah, but But you know, it's a little too much with the answers, and I think that's why he comes. Office. What you call a mildly alarmist. That's why it comes off that way, because he's just speaking to things that aren't in his wheelhouse. Exactly. Let me tell you real quick. You're excited, but I will be on the tin foil hat pull against this week. I don't know what it's about, but they had a lot of good questions for you. Make sure you answer all those questions about that that weather changing machine they got going on in the Bermuda Triangle or whatever. I know a lot of people that I know seem to believe that there's some kind of thing going on down there and has to do with changing the weather. So maybe foul chicken folly. Let's get Anthony. Let's get Fauci to speak to all the conspiracy theories. Eventually he will have been asked every question. That's his problem. He answers. Yes, conspiracy theories, Cause Cove in 19. So please do not look at any of them or you're going to get sick. Especially not planned, de Maquis found. She told me if you watch play Delic Oh, yeah, Your your eyes will explode. Explode midway through and your nose won't stop running because you do not want that. You know what that happened? Alright, what's what's next with Trump? And so were we before we get to the Biden stuff. There's this moment where Since we're talking about Cove in where he starts sparring with Wallace over charts right? There's a chart that Wallace brings up that I think it's from. I think it's from John Hopkins and Trump brings up a chart from the European CDC. And in the middle of the interview, Kaylie McInerney, his press secretary, comes in the middle of it. So here it is. I think it's the opposite. I think we have one of the lowest mortality rate way had 900. Deaths in a single day. We will take this week ready. You can check it out. He's got immortality. Right, Kaylie Right here. I heard we have one of the lowest maybe the lowest mortality rate anywhere in the world. You have the numbers place because I heard we had the best mortality. Number number one low mortality. I hope you show this America's It shows what fake news is all over. Okay? I don't think in fact those well, but you will put our spats. You said we had.
"kaylie" Discussed on KCRW
"Is greater L. A C r w show that connects you to the people and places of Southern California. I'm Steve. Today. We're talking about connection and we start off at Balboa Park in the San Fernando Valley. An open parking space is hard to find by the lake. Dozens of cars air here that pulled off to the side and they're parked in the dirt. Not that strange sighting for a warm afternoon in July, not even during a global pandemic. Maybe 100 mostly masked Angelenos were fishing and playing here that picnicking mostly in small groups, staying far apart from each other, but not all of them on a sunny hill pair of rising seniors in high school. Having their first in person social interaction in months. I feel like now I'm a little more relaxed. I guess we've obviously been stuck at home since March, and we haven't like both of us haven't really been going out seeing friends, even family. We've been distancing and we're kind of losing our minds at home. And so we buy a Sternberg and Mayan Ben Hamo drove to the park in separate cars. To sit on opposite sides of a picnic, blanket their masks or put away only while they're eating their six feet apart, ish. All great precautions, but that's still technically not allowed. Governor Gavin Newsom banned all social gatherings outside of the people that you live with Corona virus case numbers are climbing but is more people are socially gathering. It becomes harder to resist the temptation. A lot of My friends are gathering, so we're just keeping a distance or not like gathering with them like this's the first friend I've seen in person since March, W's Kaylie well spoke with some of the people have expanded.
Trump commutes Roger Stone's sentence
"President Trump's longtime political Roger Stone won't be going to federal prison after all, Trump commuting his 40 must sentence for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. Stone told the AP. Trump called him to deliver the news. White House press secretary Kaylie Mechanism says Stone is the victim of the Russia hoax created by the left and its allies in the media. Trump In an interview with Jose Diaz Balart, Noticias Telemundo says he is planning an executive order concerning immigration and Daka that's people brought to this country by their parents. When they were Children. They gave the president tremendous powers when they Said that you could take in in this case 700,000 or so people so they gave powers based on the powers that they gave. I'm going to be doing an immigration bill one of the aspects of the bill that you'll be very happy with that A lot of people will be including me and a lot of Republicans, by the way. We'll be docking will give them a road to citizenship, also says his administration is winning the war over the Corona virus
Facebook shares suffer 8% loss due to boycott campaign aimed at removing hate speech from the platform
"Is our stock in the hour is coming back from some worst losses. Today. It's on the heel of 8% loss back Friday. And then, of course, because a number of several major advertisers now are pulling out of Facebook here to report on. It is candy lines, Kaylie. They're having some struggles. There they are. Interestingly, the shares are now positive on the day that that's probably just in tandem with the games. We're seeing. In the broader market because the list of advertisers pulling out a Facebook is getting longer and longer. It started with Unilever on Friday now includes the likes of Coca Cola, Starbucks, Bro. She's even Pepsico. These air. All companies that spend some $20 billion annually on advertising that are no longer doing so on Facebook and other social media platforms is part of an effort to get the company. To further crackdown on hate speech and post with disinformation on Mark Zuckerberg, in response to this on Friday made some moves on labeling voting related post expanding its prohibition on th beach in advertising, but apparently it's doing nothing to stem the tide. You have to keep in mind David that this is already going to be a difficult year for Facebook from the top line standpoint, given that advertisers are pulling back because of the pandemic, analysts only expect sales growth of about 1% this quarter, which would be the slowest in the company went public by far and these Pullbacks add some risk to that beauty. Accio, for example, one of the top advertiser spent more than $100 million on the Facebook platform last year, and it is not going to do so. For the time being, David. You can do as you suggest, is a little hard to figure out how much just advertisers pulling back period on by the way may be making a point of this to really make a point on civil rights in doing it and how much you really specifically something Facebook's doing. Great. That's a very good point. I will say that this does seem to be a more targeted boycott. And there is some concern on the part of civil rights groups, for example, that are not concerned, but they suspect that other companies will be kind of pure pressured into doing this, as there are these growing calls for social justice issues, just a question of how much of an impact it's really going to have, because even if half of the top 100 Advertisers on Facebook pull out. That's only an impact about half a $1,000,000,000. They're expected to make more than $18 billion this quarter. David
"kaylie" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Decide note on that really quickly. yelps own yelp page if you look got the YELP on Yelp and type in San Francisco which is where they're headquartered their own. yelp reviews have two two and a half stars so I the company company. They're not looking so great on their own website. Now they also have thousands and thousands of filtered one-star reviews so if they weren't filtering all of that they're they're rating would be even lower which is very ironic since the CEO of their company. Jeremy Stop Woman has gone interview saying he would only go to a business with greenhouse stars or less out of desperation so he's essentially telling people don't use our website unless you're desperate. I'M GONNA put a link to this real quick here because this is true Dan. We'll put a link to this on the notes here but it's a yelp dot com forward slash Biz B. is is e Ford Slash yelp Dash San Francisco. That's YELP DOT COM slash Biz slash yelp Dash San Francisco. They have nine thousand four hundred ninety five filtered reviews that you can't read. They've got to review to star. They have a two star rating so yelp on on Yelp as a two thousand or as a two star. That is impressive. That's impressive you're blowing my mind right now continue. I'm sorry that was blowing my mind Yeah so business. Owners entrepreneurs take heart. You're you're not the only one suffering at the hands of Gel also suffering at the hands of uh-huh world. Let's see. There's one person that I spoke with after the film was made who. He is a dentist mist in South Carolina. I think and he has worked extremely hard to build up his practice and he keeps. It's getting yelp reviews from patients he has never seen and anybody that is in the medical field whether it's dentist Dr Psychologist Colleges They're bound by HIP laws not to give out any details so they can't even really reply to these these reviews through but he keeps keeps getting these reviews from people he hasn't seen and he pulled me that the things that they are so nasty and it's effective is dating heist because he'll go on dates with people know if they want. I was looking you up and I saw people saying these things about you like oh ooh. It's been really frustrating for him. I feel bad for him on that Let's see there is There are some really good scenarios in film but I I would just recommend people go to the food to see that it. It's more My editing is better than my speaking. So you're so you're saying that it takes from getting this are you. Are you saying because I believe this is when you believe this. Are you or do you believe it's impossible to improve your yelp reviews score without paying them. I believe so. And that's based based off of. How many hours of research do you think went into this thing? Months and months years with it's it was a long time coming coming and a lot of reading a lot of speaking with people business owners and not just business owners could also people who Help help others with their online reviews. it it everybody. It's kind of a known among the known issue with Yelp is you can only get good reviews if you're paying them that is now I want to ask you. Where'd you go to school at before producing this? Just KINDA WANNA WANNA establish your credibility for the listeners. That don't know where where'd you go to school. WH- What did you study. I my Undergrad I went to I I went to buy which is in southern California and got a degree in film production and then I went up to. UC Davis several years. Later to get my masters in education and teaching credential. So I got into teaching for quite a while and I i. I think that's where my my mind always goes to research and I I question what I see. And that's how I enjoy teaching was saying okay. Here's what someone is inch telling you And it's up to you to find out whether that's true or not and probably still. Hey I appreciate your time. I'm more than you could possibly know. Encourage all the listeners out there. If you're needing some custom film production go to Prost. Films Dot Com P. R. O. S.. T. FILMS DOT com. And if you've yet to see the movie the billion dollar bully check it out tonight. How long is the film? It's eight eight-minute so about an hour and a half your time. It's I'm telling you once you watch that you'll be enlightened you'll somehow able to until we move on and say you know what I'm going to focus us on Google reviews and facebook reviews and maybe online video reviews. I'm going to focus on that which I cannot control which are the negative yelp reviews but again Kelly. Thank you so much for being on the show. You're welcome thank you again for having me appreciate it and now without further ado do. Let's end this show with a boom Mr Listener. Mrs Listener Are you. Are you prepared to end the show. With whom are you prepared. Okay I am prepared to the show with the boom but before I do that let me let me encourage.
"kaylie" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Not Stop calling me emailing me calling me emailing me. That was harassed by yield extorted Baio done what Yelp is doing is riding county in every jurisdiction state by over the in business it's mafia started Karaz been extorted by give people so much percents heisman. There's going to be abuse again. YELP L. The online reviews site is buying and selling positive reviews. I cannot talk to show up all the places. There's something here if it hasn't happened to you yet. Get ready to enter the drive time. Show it now on the top to kid. What we got looks Hopperton? The books sees wisdom and the collude. Look that's I'm a dive. So if you see my kids please tell them now. Three to what. Yes yes yes. Yes thrive nation if you own a business and you've ever received an on favourable yelp review but you've found yourself unable to get your positive reviews.