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"meyer group" Discussed on Talking Automotive

Talking Automotive

08:11 min | 5 months ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Talking Automotive

"Gina, welcome to . the It show is great to have you speaking to us today. Maybe just to kick things off can you maybe just tell us a bit about Gina McCartney - who you are and some background. . to thank Yes, I'm yourself sure, you so Gi for na McCartney having me here today. Super excited to see both. So my background if i go back to perhaps my brief - youth and into professional career. I really my whole life was distant creative: sculpting, painting, designing and off the back of that passion went to uni studied creative advertising and was destined. ..my path was to become a art director . My very early career was in advertising agencies and spent ten years ing servic some like pretty big clients ilo, . kohl's meyer group. Cbi off foundation and then some order client bmw and many were because of mine and it was during that time that i realized how much i loved as and surprised no surprise. I joined renault. Stralia and joining renault at the time was at a really pivotal point for the business. And that was all about preaching and finding every possible opportunity we could in the market and myra was to introduce the sierra digital program. Really lift the capability of the dealer network from a lead management perspective. Sur getting out outta rot on building confidence back in the network that we were providing leads to them in generating value from office and then from neymar roll moved into a brand and events role and so the full marketing swayed had an awesome time with the business and great team. And then my time was up. When i was tapped on the shoulder for all at anchor pinellas area group been realized real estate dot com to you joined the business not really knowing much about the role. I was joining. He'd go to market manager role and of bain there now close to seven years and moved my way through various segments. So we're two now. Residential business at develop a business emotional property meteorologisy and clients and also to stint in malaysia. And i leave the win. We acquired a southeast asia and helped with the integration of that business side at an awesome korea here. Rei and now run. I tame called the customer. Excellence team and so my team move. Twenty incredibly talented people help support our two hundred thirty sales teams across australia. And that includes the learning development perching old training ogata market siles support collateral and operations analytic. Kpi's commissions incentive sprints and really big a big team mission and vision is to pave the new way of selling and selling clock when you work for rei. Let's bit about my story. Love love gardening love dancing and eighteen. And that's how i spend most of my time let's it's an impressive story. How you you've migrated from during the karate stuff through to or i will now into real estate now. We can't get a bit of understanding as to real estate dot com o. Rei group and what's the back story of real estate. Dot com abc business was born in the garage. Dome koster and for those familiar with john. It's in the eastern suburbs of melbourne and in nineteen ninety five and they came up with a crazy idea of water. We put the photos of property onto online so people can see them on the internet and so literally scanning photo by photo by photo built this web sought. That looks very different today than what did obviously up. Twenty plus years ago and over the years to really brilliant simple idea to gos- and today with the leading australian property portal and we have hundred million plus is it as a month coming to thought trillions of photos from a perspective and yeah we service most property clients around australia and that includes real estate agents property manages developers homebuilders land developers media clients of less amount of probably. But almost all and anyone that wants to reach property. Sega's we do business. You know you've got a really interesting background. Having spent tom and credit in automotive value in real estate can you. Maybe just discuss some of the similarities. Between automotive and real estate i remember when i joined. Ra and it was probably a month thing. I thought wow. I didn't realize there was so many similarities between the two industries. And if i stop from a business structure perspective the similarities of utah franchise groups independence at relationship between head office and you know the small small businesses that are running in local and regional areas. I think that that pressure that applies with a small business to find the raw talent retain talent when there is no professional requirement This note there's no huddle to get into other industry. And i think that is a challenge that are still share today and another real estate industry in particular institute really trying to introduce their professional courses create more opportunities for the right people to enter the industry. So they've got really quality staff sieving consumers invincibles. And i think our remember. That was a challenge in the automotive industry finding the right talent and apprenticeship styles perspective perhaps a bit of bid process. But that was probably one thing that i saw straightaway is a big lesson. In automotive that i think real estate can learn with the handshake. Between sales and after-sales and if you think of the real estate version of that is the sales and rental market now rent rolls the most profitable part of a real estate agency and if you think about the handover in the importance of one to the other the ongoing retention of the customer. I think that's a really important similarity between the two some. I think some best practice sharing could happen more. And then the probably the other big similarity i would say is the is much smarter and much savia and this is probably not exclusive to automotive in real estate but their expectations have increased tenfold. And no longer. Can you get back to a later inquiry within a couple of days. We're now seeing consumer expectations at a couple of minutes. And i think that's something that dealerships deal with daily and you know the the now now now economy that exists within cosima world. I think probably other thing on the consumer front is that the journeys are linked. If i'm pregnant and on nita anita house extra bedroom is a good chance. I'm going to need a bigger car. And i think those moments is a absolutely everyone knows. It's often not always but often shapa to finance your car off the back of your heinlein. So the journeys and lost moments of really similar and jana. What data do you use to compare the consumer trends that you're saying so when you're talking about the financing of the house or those life changes that with with people. I've got an extra by the on the way on a three bedroom unit of a two bedroom or downsizing nato three bedrooms dance. So

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How Real Estate Sells Cars with Gina McCartney

Talking Automotive

07:21 min | 5 months ago

How Real Estate Sells Cars with Gina McCartney

"Gina, welcome to . the It show is great to have you speaking to us today. Maybe just to kick things off can you maybe just tell us a bit about Gina McCartney - who you are and some background. . to thank Yes, I'm yourself sure, you so Gi for na McCartney having me here today. Super excited to see both. So my background if i go back to perhaps my brief - youth and into professional career. I really my whole life was distant creative: sculpting, painting, designing and off the back of that passion went to uni studied creative advertising and was destined. ..my path was to become a art director . My very early career was in advertising agencies and spent ten years ing servic some like pretty big clients ilo, . kohl's meyer group. Cbi off foundation and then some order client bmw and many were because of mine and it was during that time that i realized how much i loved as and surprised no surprise. I joined renault. Stralia and joining renault at the time was at a really pivotal point for the business. And that was all about preaching and finding every possible opportunity we could in the market and myra was to introduce the sierra digital program. Really lift the capability of the dealer network from a lead management perspective. Sur getting out outta rot on building confidence back in the network that we were providing leads to them in generating value from office and then from neymar roll moved into a brand and events role and so the full marketing swayed had an awesome time with the business and great team. And then my time was up. When i was tapped on the shoulder for all at anchor pinellas area group been realized real estate dot com to you joined the business not really knowing much about the role. I was joining. He'd go to market manager role and of bain there now close to seven years and moved my way through various segments. So we're two now. Residential business at develop a business emotional property meteorologisy and clients and also to stint in malaysia. And i leave the win. We acquired a southeast asia and helped with the integration of that business side at an awesome korea here. Rei and now run. I tame called the customer. Excellence team and so my team move. Twenty incredibly talented people help support our two hundred thirty sales teams across australia. And that includes the learning development perching old training ogata market siles support collateral and operations analytic. Kpi's commissions incentive sprints and really big a big team mission and vision is to pave the new way of selling and selling clock when you work for rei. Let's bit about my story. Love love gardening love dancing and eighteen. And that's how i spend most of my time let's it's an impressive story. How you you've migrated from during the karate stuff through to or i will now into real estate now. We can't get a bit of understanding as to real estate dot com o. Rei group and what's the back story of real estate. Dot com abc business was born in the garage. Dome koster and for those familiar with john. It's in the eastern suburbs of melbourne and in nineteen ninety five and they came up with a crazy idea of water. We put the photos of property onto online so people can see them on the internet and so literally scanning photo by photo by photo built this web sought. That looks very different today than what did obviously up. Twenty plus years ago and over the years to really brilliant simple idea to gos- and today with the leading australian property portal and we have hundred million plus is it as a month coming to thought trillions of photos from a perspective and yeah we service most property clients around australia and that includes real estate agents property manages developers homebuilders land developers media clients of less amount of probably. But almost all and anyone that wants to reach property. Sega's we do business. You know you've got a really interesting background. Having spent tom and credit in automotive value in real estate can you. Maybe just discuss some of the similarities. Between automotive and real estate i remember when i joined. Ra and it was probably a month thing. I thought wow. I didn't realize there was so many similarities between the two industries. And if i stop from a business structure perspective the similarities of utah franchise groups independence at relationship between head office and you know the small small businesses that are running in local and regional areas. I think that that pressure that applies with a small business to find the raw talent retain talent when there is no professional requirement This note there's no huddle to get into other industry. And i think that is a challenge that are still share today and another real estate industry in particular institute really trying to introduce their professional courses create more opportunities for the right people to enter the industry. So they've got really quality staff sieving consumers invincibles. And i think our remember. That was a challenge in the automotive industry finding the right talent and apprenticeship styles perspective perhaps a bit of bid process. But that was probably one thing that i saw straightaway is a big lesson. In automotive that i think real estate can learn with the handshake. Between sales and after-sales and if you think of the real estate version of that is the sales and rental market now rent rolls the most profitable part of a real estate agency and if you think about the handover in the importance of one to the other the ongoing retention of the customer. I think that's a really important similarity between the two some. I think some best practice sharing could happen more. And then the probably the other big similarity i would say is the is much smarter and much savia and this is probably not exclusive to automotive in real estate but their expectations have increased tenfold. And no longer. Can you get back to a later inquiry within a couple of days. We're now seeing consumer expectations at a couple of minutes. And i think that's something that dealerships deal with daily and you know the the now now now economy that exists within cosima world.

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"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Get 10 bucks an hour kids in high school like that They get 10 bucks, all right, But it's a miracle don't have to live on that supplemental. It's this necessarily the business owner saying, Think about this. Think about restaurants. We all can agree. I think that restaurants are suffering from the closures, right? Yeah, And I think in California like 50% of the restaurants, we're going to not survive the pandemic. I think the number is probably going to be the same in New York. So even at the big city level now, think about Arkansas. Think about Oklahoma. Think about Iowa. Think about Missouri Think about the suffering and restaurants there. Where they're actually are abiding by the federal minimum wage, because most people in tip industries give the minimum wage. Then you make tips on top of it. This is not tip it. Tip exempt of these restaurants. You don't make that face. The park team loves you, don't you? Don't you make a couple dollars an hour, and the tips are supposed to bring you to minimum wage What They're saying about that minimum dollars Plus, they don't know that very color restaurants. They play a couple of bucks and that's what they're saying about what they're saying. Is that it's not tip exempt. So think about the trouble that that is going to cause for a lot of people. Well, that would eliminate tipping them. And Danny Meyer, the Danny Meyer group, which is one of the largest restaurant groups in New York years ago when they decided to just pay all of their servers, a flat rate and there is no tipping, so everyone just gets paid whatever. It was a little above minimum wage, but he was always a little ahead of His time. But then that's what would happen if if if every server is going to make 15 bucks an hour. You're not going to get tips on top of that, unless someone just wants to give you a cash tip, But that's that won't be built into the pay structure, then All right, like I would want the ability to make tips so that I could actually control my own. Just all servers want the ability to make tips? Absolutely next. Name in news is good old Rudy Giuliani. He's being sued for $1.3 Billion shows that ludicrous E. But he's upset the Dominion voting systems People s so they're suing him for defamation. Maybe they sued Trump to who they didn't does Trump going today being sued? Right? And your friend Michael and L. Is also getting sued. Um, it's not Trump Trump never talked about Dominion directly. But here's the thing. I'm actually happy about this. Because I think in this lawsuit, they're going to actually have to show their cards And I think there's a lot of scheming and scamming. Yeah, I think there's a C. Webb s. So now At least we get answers. You know, everybody gets to pony up what they've got. What do we ever know who they are? Where does this company Ridge? Where did they isn't, an American company based in not an American. They're not American company that I don't think they're American Company. No. They started out of their headquarters here, and I think they're American headquarters are in Denver, Denver, but I don't think they're in a very company, and I think there's a lot of stinko attached. Is that there's a stink attached to this and and as far as Trump saying it was fraudulent. I'm not on that bandwagon, but I was said it was a lot of irregularities. They go along and have gone along and we go along with it like mummies. Why don't we say then Why are we outrage? Why is that you stand in line to vote. I mean, there, everybody in Massachusetts, all ex cetera have mail in votes. Now it took 10 days for the votes to get in voting a month ahead of time. I'll look at all the stuff that changed just before the election this year, it's craziness. You have people vote. My God. Come on, wake up. Everybody will Please Jen on this on this Dominion case and the Dominion CEO and, Ah, lot of the executives, they all well, I don't know about that. But I wanted to go to trial, and they have said the same thing. They wanted to go to a jury trial. I want this to all be transparent and it Rudy was out of his mind making stuff up. Okay, fine. Then let's learn that if Dominion was hiding stuff, let's learn that too. And so I think I hope that this does not get you know. Settle down. You should be concerned. That's the deal. Marie Condo. I never heard of her before. But you too. I'm sure Because she's a tidying expert. She's an author on Netflix all over the place. What's this deal with a new organizing tool kit? At the containers to her. And why would people be excited about this? Exactly The reason that you were saying earlier today that you know people have been doing all the D I y projects at home and organization. Has been the container store. If you think like, if you look at all the patterns that happened consumer patterns during the pandemic, especially in during 2020, the container store, their stock must have gone through the roof. Because every time I went to the container store, which is maybe three or four times the line was around the block to get in the store, so people were just going nuts. They were watching that show on Netflix, which I did to the home at it. Marie Condo. Her show is called tidying up and like her whole thing is very Japanese inspired. So like you hold you hold an object in your hand. And if it sparks joy, then you keep it And if it doesn't you toss it. Sounds like somebody should be doing on your hidden power. It's if it sparks joy and you keep it. That's a good that's promised a metaphysical way of approaching and that that's very cool. Yeah, but if you feel good about it, speaking of that your hidden power how many people are listening to this now Jays doing a good job of spreading the word? Don't know how much more we have listenership wise J because you've been on it to pushing this program, which is one of my favorites. I like spending this time every week. It's called your hidden power. Go to your hidden power show dot com's gonna listen to the podcast. Is always something different thought provoking..

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"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"What They're saying about that minimal dollars. Plus, they don't know that killer restaurants, maybe a couple of bucks, but what they're saying about what they're saying. Is that it's not tip exempt. So think about the trouble that that is going to cause for a lot of people. Well, that would eliminate tipping them. And Danny Meyer, the Danny Meyer group, which is one of the largest restaurant groups in New York years ago when they decided to just pay all of their servers, a flat rate and there is no tipping. So everyone just gets paid Whatever. It was a little above minimum wage that he was always a little ahead of his time. But then that's what would happen if if if every server is going to make 15 bucks an hour, you're not going to get tips on top of that, unless someone just wants to give you a cash tip, But that's that won't be built into the pay structure, then All right, like I would want the ability to make tips so that I could actually control my own death. All servers want the ability to make tips. Absolutely next. Name in the news is good old Rudy Giuliani. He's being sued for 1.3 billion dusters that ludicrous E. But he's upset the Dominion Voting Systems People s Oh, they're suing him for defamation. Maybe they sued Trump to who they doesn't does Trump go into that suit, right? And your friend Michael and L. Is also getting sued. Um, it's not Trump Trump never talked about Dominion directly. But here's the thing. I'm actually happy about this. Because I think in this lawsuit, they're going to actually have to show their cards And I think there's a lot of scheming and scamming. Yeah, I think there's a C. Webb. I'm with you. Now. At least we get answers. You know, everybody gets to pony up what they've got. What do we ever know who they are? Where does this company a ridge? Where did they in American Company. Too many patients, not an American. They're not an American company that I don't think they're married company. No, they started out of their headquarters here, and I think you're American headquarters are in Denver, Denver. But I don't think they're in a very company, and I think there's a lot of stinko attached. There's there's a stink attached to this and and as far as Trump saying it was fraudulent. I'm not on that bandwagon, but I will tell you there's a lot of irregularities. Go along and have gone along and we go along with it like mummies. Why don't we say so? Why are we outrage? Why is it you stand in line to vote? I mean, there are everybody in masters, all ex cetera have mail in votes now. It took 10 days for the votes to get in voting a month ahead of time. All look at all the stuff that changed just before the election this year, it's craziness to have people Vote. My God, Come on, wake up. Everybody will. He was Jen on this in this Dominion case and the Dominion CEO and, Ah, lot of the executives, they all well, I don't know about that. But I wanted to go to trial, and they have said the same thing. They wanted to go to a jury trial. I want this to all be transparent and it Rudy was out of his mind and making stuff up. Okay, fine. Then let's learn that if Dominion was hiding stuff, let's learn that too. And so I think I hope that this does not get you know settled. You should be concerned. That's the deal. Marie Condo I never heard of her before. But you too. I'm sure Because she's a tidying expert. She's an author on Netflix all over the place. What's this deal with a new organizing tool kit? At the containers to her. And why would people be excited about this? Exactly The reason that you were saying earlier today that you know people have been doing all the D I y projects at home and organization. Has been the container store. If you think like, if you look at all the patterns that happened consumer patterns during the pandemic, especially in during 2020, the container store, their stock must have gone through the roof. Because every time I went to the container store, which was maybe three or four times the line was around the block to get in the store, so people were just going nuts. They were watching that show on Netflix, which I did to the home at it. And Marie Condo. Her show is called tidying up and like her whole thing is very Japanese inspired. So like you hold you hold an object in your hand. And if it sparks joy, then you keep it And if it doesn't you toss it. Sounds like somebody should be doing on your hidden power. It's if it sparks jury and you keep it. That's a good that's promised a metaphysical way of approaching that. That's very cool. Yeah, but if you feel good about it, speaking of that your hidden power Many people are listening to this. Now. Jay is doing a good job of spreading the word. I don't know how much more we have listenership wise J because you've been on it pushing this program, which is one of my favorites. I like spending this time every week. It's called your hidden power. Go to your hidden power show dot com's gonna listen to the podcast. Is always something different thought provoking. The most recent one has New York Times best selling author Christie Whitman talking about the desire factor. That's the book that she's written. And she her focus is on no limit to the amount of happiness that we can experience love, laughter, excitement, satisfaction all of these things. Can if you if you have in your mind or your body or your being the desire to be any or all of us here who doesn't want to be happy? Who doesn't want to feel excitement? Who doesn't want to be satisfied? All of those things would get some principles that she Uses to assist people to connect to all of that flushing. Listen to hurry Geller and psychics how to marry a male e r astrologer Laura Banks, all a part of each week's your hidden power that you find at your hidden power show dot com or wherever you.

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"meyer group" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"meyer group" Discussed on The Philly Blunt: The Podcast That Celebrates Philly

"I I struggle that question. Here's what I was saying. The changes will see immediately the lasting effects of the pandemic or whatever. It did to the restaurants jury not going away now with so much has changed because of the restaurant industry the things that don't go away after restaurants reopen. Those are going to be very like significant changes in the restaurant this month. For example, like the street. Are you sounds like a that's an example like if those don't go away that's a huge change now change the restaurant landscape forever. Right? Right. That's you know, that's a lot of influx of cash restaurants didn't have before but besides that I you know going into the future I tipping I I again I I can't see them going back. I can't see how it's going down to like no, we're not going to be paying our servers anymore and we're not going to you know, we're going to pay our chefs or our Cooks off. An hourly and then our servers get you know, four hundred bucks in their pocket when they walk I I can't see that being the model moving for I that's I think that's going to change. You know, I'm I'm reticent to say that because it has it worked historically we've seen many restaurants try it and fail and like, you know, even the most successful restaurants in history tried it and failed like the Danny Meyer group we offer them try and they right. I mean they didn't fail but like it was supposed to that was when they did it with Danny Meyer in New York did it it was supposed to start something was supposed to be it was supposed to be like a wave and it was not like nobody followed their lead. You know, what do you think about do you think to-go cocktails will be here to stay? I would love to go down off like what depends on the specific way to the liquor laws in this in this sense to go. That's a pause worst. Yeah. Yeah, of course liquor laws in the country. Yeah. Yep. A person I know who works. He's a wine distributor and he was saying the only other place is Utah that has like similar to and he's like and he's like I'm not even bad bad bad took them. Like we are we have it Force. Oh man. Yeah people from people in Salt Lake or in Philly. Like where the hell do I have to go to get drunk around here. Close down. So yeah, so there's there's a chance that the you know, the all the changes will happen the psa-v. I hope stick around forever..

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"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"For many, this program is done during what's called Morning. Drive it. It does have appeal any time of the day because I'm not that kind of program that wouldn't work in the afternoon. We have some station to carry the program even in the early evening. So thinking about time and what is valuable. I was just sort of off. You know how I get Victoria went off on my own for four or five minutes. I started thinking about Those things that are valuable to all of us wondering what people are thinking at the moment of the thinking superficially or you down to the nitty gritty and we think about values and what's important to us. We were surrounded with those challenges now because our time seems to have been stripped from us in a manner of speaking. The world has stopped or stood still, for the past, what, 3456 months because of Covad. We find that time we way look at all of the programs that small business programme that has benefited millions of companies. Trying to minimize the number of layoffs and the suffering that we've gone through because of the covert thing. The number of people getting this benefit that was interesting. Looking at a list. Kanye West got it for his clothing line. There are a lot of hedge funds. I don't know why they're getting it because they certainly have more than 500 employees. Most of them the girls. Scouts got money. Political nonprofits on the left and the right. Got it. The Paycheck protection program has spent $520 billion.5 million small, mostly small businesses and nonprofits have gotten Money, and I wasn't there like a because Kanye got $2 million. They're his for his easy brand, but I thought we said just wasn't yesterday that the average loan was 107,100. Well, there There are a lot of I'm looking at the list of names and some of the details for recipients. You got more than $150,000 which was supposed to be the cap was posed by about 200 know is two million. Sorry. On then a lot of people got more than that. Ah, lot of news organizations are now going into the government to try to get information. But when the FDA itself said that Kanye got between two and five million there, the ones who confirmed that while you get more than two, the rule was it was too. I don't know That's a great question. He only has 160 employees. I want to know from my there are 22 million jobs have been lost since March. And 1/3 of them came back in May. Which was a pretty fast rebound, actually, and some attributed to this PPP thing. I just didn't nobody there works with me on this program. I was laid off. A lot of radio companies have laid off tens, dozens of people. So I look around to see who's being held Most. It was pretty messy. My bank is happy to tell me that I was fortunate because I went in early question. Anybody who went in early got gotta prove pretty quickly because the government just said the S P s and give it to everybody. Anybody and everybody just give it to him. And we'll figure out the details later. So now they're working on what you know They don't have a plan. Really? For quote unquote repayment because now it's thought that most of the money is going to be Credited to the account, shall we say, But you know you you proved that we it was used for employees and for rent in that sort of thing. But the data we're looking at now that news media is looking into this there asking questions like how come kind of us? That's a good question. How come he got it? How come some of these other people I got it. Why didn't he return it? He's he, You know a lot of other companies that initial like shake shack, you know, Remember, we talked about them in the beginning. And then Dale Meyer, who runs the this the that group, the Danny Meyer group. He turned the money. What? He returned it and said, No. You know what? Forget it, like we can do this on our own. Kanye West can certainly do that on his own for 160 jobs. Yeah, just it just seems really, really small businesses like this. This enterprise that I have Needed help the advertising business whenever there is a crisis. The advertising business, which is what we are in goes into the tank immediately goes into the tank. And people they figure well, if I don't have any money, and there's nobody coming in, I can't afford you, too, which is always the silliest dog can't avoid to advertise. You can't afford not to advertise because that's I have more new people through the door anyway, I'm looking at the list of non profits here. Um, and political action groups. They got money. It's the Americans for tax reform. That's $350,000. That's the anti tax group led by Grover Norquist. No. Why do they need money? When they're there are individual boot donation restaurants and okay, But it was not based on that. It was based on a number of employees that you have And are they in jeopardy? Whether you're earning a for profit or not for profit, so Under the circumstances, it's it's too bad because I have a lot of friends in just in my circle who were denied loans and their businesses have gone under forever. So It's too bad that a group like that That's you know, seems almost like a super Pac or something that just I don't know..

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"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Wondering trending all the good stuff this year helpful info DJB show with general moratorium Keelan carries at the controls in our studio in Washington and the awareness portion of the program here and with that now is not only the situation with where the first three hundred fifty billion went when we get another three hundred billion or whatever it is to help shore up small businesses some states are running out of money to help the unemployed as well so many people have filed I think I saw a hundred in that and on the ceiling of find the number here hundred eighteen thousand applied last week here in Massachusetts millions have a done and there there have not they've been stated haven't had enough money to begin with anyway and so now the unemployment money is about to run out Wyoming for example forecast have their trust funds run out of money within a year and this is the same well people I shouldn't say this is the same as an alarm people but there are concerns about Medicare and Medicaid and you know and and what happens to the money that seniors are getting just because the another retirement funds are not there or will they have brought it remember the federal government is rated every single trust fund that they have and the money it pays you every month if you are over sixty when the rest again my head do you have to start taking it at seventy so you do you take and the money from social security many of my Medicare and all that other stuff and is that money has been rated for years the highway trust fund has been rated the airport trust fund so that's why they had to come up with new taxes new ways of gathering revenue so they can continue to improve airport so they can continue to improve the roads the roads I would tell you so driving over interstate eighty four from Massachusetts into Connecticut into New York and into Pennsylvania it is a disgrace the holes in the road at the bottom said bangs and stuff you go over when you're driving you know feeling the car so much when I'm driving a truck with a trailer on it and it is a I mean I can't believe that these guys have gotten away with the kind of rebuild that they get away with yeah they did people also there are the roads are in terrible shape we got to do some about it they sucked to begin with with the way they fix them so it just anyway so what I'm saying my point is that all this money is coming home to roost now they've made and then you need to talk this this is an election year you need to know you are to have some either belong to a business group or some group that has some hooch with Congress are currently a local congressman because they need to be held accountable for all of this it's there you know the president may send over a budget but Congress is the one that fiddles around with it and puts the money here puts it there and takes it and spends in and they make the decisions and the reason that there is a mess in terms of us not having any money is because they spend it for other things that are not priorities are not what they're supposed to be spent on that's the bottom line here and unemployment is just another victim in that long line of mismanagement of from it is is not even go to the White House it goes to Congress and it look at the fight that they have going on right now about how to pay the three hundred billion is where we are they all want to put something both Republicans Democrats want to put other stuff in to clutter up the bill and then who's put their foot down here but somebody's put their foot down that's why they've had to sort of figure out what to do but this should be these people are not thinking about anything but how they can buy their way back into office I tell you well we got this they might run that program that now is supposed to be helping the individuals in the small business people and that needs to be underscored and that's not what's going on I just don't understand how and we were talking about this a little bit earlier but I don't understand how a publicly traded and I have nothing against shake shack at Danny Meyer's done a lot to reform the restaurant industry he's the CEO and founder of shake shack in the Danny Meyer group nothing against him I I have friends who work for him he's a great guy but this is a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange how did they qualify for the small biz message is a modern money back again while they're out now they've turned their returning ten million they got ten million dollars from the from this loan program from that the PPP that's the paycheck protection protection program it has to be something else though I I there's got to be some way that they built it into something because if you look at the paperwork they cap it out add a certain amount of money they cap it out at I can't remember what the figure is but it's only two months of your payroll times two point five and there is some sort of cap that you can't go over so well that's how big they are though that they probably have ten million each individual franchise perhaps may benefit is and by the way if it is each franchise that I do get that because that's a small business person who's running it well it depends on its own at my point that was this is still all that the whole thing everything that is the Danny Meyer group in and shake shack it's all part of that that's all publicly traded so now that the reason the dangerous it's only going to right he says well and this and this is what he said he's returning the ten million because they said that they're going to raise seventy five million from investors by selling their shares why wasn't that their first action yeah why was it take ten million from other places from other people who really really need it shares with the tax implications are of this that's another question people are asking whether the treasury department the IRS have the tools are we going to have to pay taxes on this money that we get from the government I don't see an answer to that anybody got any answer to it because I'm looking at three or four different sources Seton Hall University School of law and being interviewed trying to figure out you know how the impact if we get whatever the amount of money is Jennifer and our businesses we have to pay tax you got to pay it back well some of you gonna pay back some of we don't have to pay that but as we now have backed into the become taxable I don't think that this is tax I don't I don't I don't know the answer that I I don't know the weather isn't that's the question yeah I don't I understand so you don't know because nobody knows yeah but I was reading that I get better there the amount of money that will be forgiven is if you use it for payroll rent utilities those types of yeah right exactly all right so anyway that's the more questions and our answers but this in the other Saturdays everybody's only human and there are mistakes are gonna be made but you know one mistake shouldn't be made on top of another one to come to basically come compound at the issues today is the day here in the Boston area that everybody usually gets all excited because it's patriots day and the marathon usually is run on patriots day not so today as a matter of last night they were police patrols that were put along now from hiking ten through Ashland Framingham in Natick and Wellesley and into Newton and then down heartbreak hill apart bring healing down by B. C. A. into the city they've got police along the way to keep people from running the race because there are those people who have traditionally always run it they put it off till September but there still are people who want to run the race and so they're trying to you know they but how can you stop them if they want to run down the sidewalk and I stop them but people in the street but yet there's nobody in the street anyway because I was driving anywhere so I don't know why they're making a big deal out of it but they seem to be local authorities into you making a big deal out of it at patriot's day is commemorative of the battles of Lexington and Concord took place April nineteenth seventeen seventy five it comes on the third Monday of April every year as the shots that were fired around the world they were heard around the world you know that did you study that the American revolution school please everybody tell me that they start shot her yeah the shot heard round the world patriot's day Lexington and Concord these are areas that are about maybe ten miles from where I'm speaking to you right now I remember watching this whole path along the river with a that all started and patriots day started in eighteen ninety four actually uses these all the day commemorating the anniversary of this event and also the Baltimore riots of eighteen sixty one where some of the first bloodshed of the civil war took place in nineteen thirty eight the legislature Massachusetts passed a bill making the battles of Lexington and Concord the sole focus of the day and until.

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"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

13:14 min | 1 year ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Monday Monday will the world continue to go around and around and around in the table twenty three are now two thirds of the way through the fourth month of the year twenty twenty Doug Stephan here with general horn Victoria queue in Cary Sherman is at the controls we are here for awareness purposes for encouragement purposes I suppose maybe is a little bit of memory retention here as to how things are working or not I did the I've had some experience over the weekend I'll share with you ladies Jennifer you may have added to it doesn't it isn't from the same direction because Victoria and day care don't get paid the same way that Jennifer and I do in terms of our own businesses but I have found as I worked my way through there this whole system Jennifer there is a chaotic mess and what I was told by the bank and what I've been told or what I've read and what I understood to be the outcome of the three or four different programs that are available for small businesses the PPP most notably the payroll protection plan and the things that are not well the I wanted to as I said the encouragement part of the broadcast is something that I really feel strongly about because they don't want to be picking apart things but I really am and I've disappointed discouraged or whatever it is I wonder how many of the small business people have felt the same thing and there was a covert nineteen ten thousand dollar you don't have to pay back thing as some people who applied for can't get the information they can't get the money they get a thousand dollar there's the other thing is that the the way that it's being administered by the banks banks don't seem to have any direction they're not getting the money I've had a horror show of all kinds of input from this past weekend I hope I'm unique or fairly unique the radio business needs all every business needs money to big businesses the airlines have gotten their money as some of the huge you know the the pay if that's what you want to call the pay outs that are in the millions to billions have been made about the small business people are continuing to suffer I looked at some stats as to how important small businesses even from the administration acknowledging that forty six percent of the economy is driven by small businesses in some cases not under five hundred plays it's under five and that just seems to be a complete mess so I I don't know what they're doing here can I keep listening to the president talk about how wonderful it's been they've been a people do actually know some people who have had the money kick in so M. have you it's working no I've I've been album yeah my problem I believe is with Wells Fargo bank which is the bank that is my funders yeah I wouldn't I wouldn't I wouldn't doubt the only Arabic the one criticism that I have between at the federal government the banks are that is that there should have been agreement by the banks before this was rolled out to be ready to go for it everybody and it look this is an emergency so everybody's trying to do the best they can I get that but it seems to me that the banks were very slow to respond because they're not making a lot of money off of these loans they're giving you a loan even if the government doesn't refund it you're getting it at a one percent to basically say they're making no money to maintain this account so that's not that to me seems like they should have had the thumb of the federal government say Hey look you need to get on there and get these things done because I think a lot of banks were slow to react thinking off to we have to do this because we're not making any money my at my status which is a very unity oriented by the way it is and for the small banks to say that as not it's harder thanks anymore yeah I have a three my little bank as only three branches there are forty nine hundred small banks believe it or not that have participated in this thing along with a dozen big banks here yeah I actually was good it was because we we have like one little account with a smaller bank here locally they weren't even using a they were even doing the program I looked at the credit union that we offer to our employees they weren't even doing the program so I was stuck with Wells Fargo because of the other banks around the country really weren't servicing accounts that weren't theirs because they are just giving the you know they're just looking at their customers to that was to me that was the most confusing thing but now the funders drive which we learned last week because there this is been a popular program and people aside from you and me apparently have received their money and said this fund is is going to be dead and so I got an email from Wells Fargo that says we've got your loan it's process we know they're going to replenish the sponde your state your second you if we keep asking for documents keep sending them in because this'll just ensure that you get service faster so it's my intention I guess my hope that when they finally come to a deal maybe today that that money will start to flow again that was so that's what's necessary in order to maintain these businesses and the quality and character of our economy because small businesses are the livelihood lifeblood even of the communities remember it's not all about New York and Los Angeles and Chicago and Boston although Boston Massachusetts now seems to be the epicenter of the deaths and no more cases I look around and see now us here being the center New York is better off I was in America Cuomo I said I went out to Pennsylvania and grew up pick up a piece of L. yeah it's bad that a lot lately yeah the sales they look like their fathers and grandfathers whatever however the current squabbles the curry comb as driving back in Pennsylvania and the I was listening W. A. B. C. or W. or one of the stations in New York at a good signal and I was really quite impressed with him and what he was saying and how he was approaching all the stuff continuing to steer myself away from the politics of all of it and it was really quite interesting to hear as I have leadership so I what I don't know what the word I mean I know he's anathema to a lot of the people that like from because they seem to back and forth the argue with each other but there is something that I found and maybe having the right word is probably not isn't satisfying but secure of probably have felt more secure listening to him everyone does it's widely believed every day from around the country yes even if you don't like and people are still watching him feeling like okay that's the right word so is that the right word to the people on online or calling it the new fire side chats and people are really it's amazing how people have responded to his daily press those we are notifier side Chad is goes back to the FDR regime were war two and how the president dealt with people and had information going back and it was every Sunday on the radio you go on the radio for an hour and talk about what was going on and try to talk about developments in our country and how we were saying safe and secure that was it and it was it was a huge impact psychologically we need an impact outside is something else and that this sort of I guess I'm I'm chuckling about because it was so successful so good there's a the food if we were doing food news we all would agree that ice cream is probably the best the the most comfortable of all the comfort foods and most of you know that I have a farm in Massachusetts here in my home town of Framingham and most of you know that I have a very popular brand of ice cream that has really in the last two or three years kind of taken over the identity of farm in some respect so we went through all of the plans and we took a couple of weeks to make sure that we would do this the right way with masks and with gloves and how we would order it now people would not get out of the car and we experimented with all kinds of new things like using yeah I was gonna say gas and go what's grab grab up and then people could call in their order they could text their order the email or order they could come in order when they get in line and yesterday we had the busiest day in the history of the farm in terms of people from the moment we opened at one o'clock until we close at seven o'clock they were always at least twenty four twenty five cars in the queue well I was drive way in the street I took a picture was incredible yeah did you see it yeah yeah so anyway like a nice day people want to validate right one to get out I talked to some of the people in the cars and they were just happy they wanna wait hours where it's who wouldn't do this yeah yeah right like you can get the kids out go to it's amazing yeah so anyway the this is something you got to find something that will give you some encouragement and that was how the locals did it but anyway in terms of the realities of we keep getting these potions for my little pain here whose dad is still to get overnight in Framingham a no I don't see that that's encouraging and I'm going against the grain because that seems to be when I look at the list of things that people want to know that seem to always be but they want to know and I'm not even sure that I want another Massachusetts is the epicenter I just want to know how to protect myself and my family and the people are working with me and that's with the mask I believe that the mask is a good thing and I think the gloves are a good thing when your mask is a better thing more practical I just put mine on the morning when I leave the house and I put it when I'm around people I just put it up over my face and the Spiegel more clearly and loudly and people can hear what I'm saying the you just you just I get it and it seems to me that it is so let me ask you about a practical challenge so a lot of us radio people where our headphones cranked up right and yes I always feel like rolled half kind of death anyway or that said so do you have problems as you can't you can't read people's lips with the mask on I do have the problem with that is what knowing is but it is what I think is practical I think it's a smart thing to do and back to the small business relief program that we're talking about apparently and the bickering is over and according to the two sides here very close to an agreement to crank in another three hundred billion for small businesses well that's how it actually goes to small businesses though because over the weekend a friend of mine called a subtle but we have a group tax and she called us in tears her husband owns three little sandwich shops and he applied he was up at midnight applying for all the loans he did everything the absolute first minute that the system was was online and they got nothing and they're probably not gonna be able to recover from it and then over the night Victoria or did they get how well they're just not they didn't get any action there's just they got nothing because they there and the answer to give in to them was well all the money's gone and apparently in the restaurant world giant steakhouse chains like Ruth's Chris I know your friend Jen they got money they were said J. Alexander's is a restaurant chain they got twenty million this went to big corporate shake shower back to that yeah Jack got it yeah they got aboard a hundred million dollars like the it's this will help you with this strontium fibers okay all of this the farmers are getting screwed beyond believe we're gonna run out of food we're gonna run out of the ability to make a grow process whatever food they're just not dealing with the agriculture sector like the sunset I went to a coal mining company Hallador energy they they got ten million I think some of that might have been known that it might have been built in it's really hard for me to imagine how these companies qualified for the PPP because I don't know just knowing what they are way over with a five hundred people at five right yeah but they haven't get they get many more than that nationality we Kerry right and Jennifer you addressed it properly they must have broken this down and she did the system yeah how did all this money go to war regions there is owned by Danny Meyer group that that Danny Meyer restaurant group is based in New York they had to let they let go all of their employees but yet shake shack up this huge hundred million dollar bail the Kennedys it's like the Kennedy center center the Kennedy center about twenty five million and then follow and learn everybody right why so there's all these special interests that were plugged into this hell so I'm sure that that's probably in what in the way they got their funding because I've just going through that form process it is more coming up here can we help you help yourself lived let's try if you're not in business for yourself you file your tax returns last three four years and the people the family tax service want to take those returns they want to examine those returns they want to see if they can help you because everybody can use.

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"meyer group" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Is lannie Levin. You guys are still be taking it slow by the like, you still go with the same person. Maybe take it to the next. Hey now, all right near here. She really wanted to pass. She says she'll take it to the next. Manage you. Congratulations. That was that Anna for north Hollywood to our real street fast. Nine forty nine ten phone tap, courtesy. You good for you. Mr. Luther Luther let's go ahead and getting job right now. She could Myo celebration is going down all weekend. We celebrate denial and the neighborhood and Luther is looking to see what's going down with his go smoothly fails, ladies. Goes to confirm reservations for his group. Those moody fails is gonna get into your phone tap on the teams right here. Big. Erica, call just to information on who I speak to about sending a contract over for your sink of the Meyer group that those movie fails. Okay. Thank you. How you doing? This is Luther I was calling a reference to the dose movie fails. The movie fails. I'm not sure if that is okay.

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"meyer group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Gummer? Get him out of town days are going to be fixed team won agree on the road man, bigger issues than just the player dynamic. It really starts at the top. And in this program, sixty seven million dollars. This year is era Rogers payroll guess, what starts for air Rogers and his lack of. I wasn't back with lock it. While Rod Woodson and Tony Gonzalez here. Let's turn to the NFL. We're Philip rivers tied in NFL record with twenty five straight completions. All in the charges dominating win over the cardinals rivers is quietly having an MVP season ranking in the top five and touchdowns and passer rating. Tony was on the FOX NFL Sunday yesterday and had an interesting rivers comparison, you guys remember the movie Toy Story, if Patrick Mahomes is buzzed your than Philip rivers is Woody because look at him. He's still got it. What's so funny pudding? Look, I see. No who smart. Good. I haven't through Toy Story, dude. Like the Patrick Mahomes, Philip rivers conversation and the question is not about who's down the road. I think everybody is clear. Patrick Mahomes is the next great quarterback. Back to the show with lock and Wiley. We're joined now by Fox Sports basketball analyst, but more importantly, Ohio State alum, Jim, man. All right. Jim let's move to your buck us blow off the wolverines sixty two thirty nine on Saturday. It was the most points Ohio State ever scored in the rivalry urban Meyer's group has now won four straight after ugly lost to Purdue. Meanwhile, Oklahoma wanna shoot out versus West Virginia says both the Sooners in the buckeyes are eleven and one that's led to a lot of debate over which team belongs in the college football playoff. I may have a biased because I watch more big Tim than big twelve and I've been unimpressed with the big team. And so I feel like Ohio State expose Michigan is overvalued. And I think oh, how state a bit overvalued. And again, maybe because I just haven't watched the big twelve. Closely this year because I know the big twelve hasn't been great. But I would rather see Oklahoma and that offense the number one offense in the country in the college football playoff over while state. You know of Oklahoma's offense comes that defense. Gotta come to. Exactly. Oh, sir. I guess I watch a healthier portion of big twelve this is Oklahoma team horrible defense. I mean, not just in the points. They put up, but you could just watch it by lineup by Simon by discipline. Just bad wide. Open styles. Watching them go against West Virginia. I'm like is ready ball somewhere like trying to go back and play. This is insane. I'm watching this. And it's not great football. It's just great offensive production. I wanna see Ohio State in college football playoffs for many reasons. One. They beaten more top twenty five teams four no against those teams versus Oklahoma just one in. No. So that's not enough. I see the body of work Ohio State to this respect. What state is doing? They've rallied like you talk about a loss and then galvanize themselves rallying and in a game. Where most people were saying they're going to lose this game. And probably going to be the worst gain. They lose this year because a Michigan and that defense out there and give them a six deuce Impala. They sixty two omission kids. Fits are. You kidding me? So all those reasons let's not even talked to econ into you know, if there's a tie everyone wants, Ohio State in college football playoff. Maybe we'll you know, I do. Because of course, I want to stay here. It is but the optics. Don't look good when you lose to unranked producing forty nine to twenty. Okay. And like you said Ohio State four top twenty wins with a chance against north western to get one more. All right. Okay. But the loss for Oklahoma to Texas was on the site three Bohai. And so when the optics don't look good when you put it in that aspect, but when you look at it if you're watching that Michigan game, you say, you know, what will house defense gotten a little bit better. Even though they've been much of a line throughout the course of the year, just like Oklahoma's, but the way it sits right now to eight people has Oklahoma fi coaches poll, Oklahoma five power rankings may have it flip flop. But unless Oklahoma loses that game against Texas..

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"meyer group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Kansas City anywhere outdoors without a without that reliable running game. There's a problem. I thought it was one of the away to running game. Like does the way to say it, especially the colts their offense is predicated around big old tight ends. Okay. What they're doing something. That's unprecedented. NFL history. They're about to set the record for the most touchdown scored. Everybody collectively tied in group. You saw yesterday. I think added another three touchdown. That mean, man, they're not even going that far down the field. They got home for that. Yes. Three are past. That's an extension of the running game. I I like, Andrew luck. I just had to do some quick homework right here, art. So we look at Seattle's pass gay twenty-six leaks. So I said, I don't know let me just take a shot in the dark. What are the teams below them? Let's see if they strike any fear in terms of being office of team does Arizona strike fear. Anybody this is about passing. Nope. And there were there right there. Buffalo jets, Tennessee. Let me to do. This is all teams are bad in the past offense. And this is another team you only not only behavior because we're talking about Seattle. And we're talking about Russell Wilson. We're not talking about Ayers Ona's rookie quarterback. We're not talking about Buffalo's. So why is Seattle's pass office rank right by buffalo tennis's as in the cata different way. They use the running. You know, use the running game setup. They're passing game Rupp. Stop. Let me change. I like it went what must. Let me tell you what must do it. We were having a debate about to pock and biggie, and who was the greatest rapper myself to go with Kenny Chesney sold more records. Here. Seattle even talk about buffalo in his own because they're group. They're all bus autumn thir-. Two teams in passing offense Seattle is right there with all those teams. I mentioned any coincidence. And all those teams and turns in Sunday's game. When Russell Wilson threw for three hundred thirty odd. Yes, did you? He can do what needs to be. Would you say extrordinary efforts for hero efforts pure wits? We always the same stuff. It is not methodical. Like you said lineup. Give matai NT Y Hilton. Whoever may be you can take that offense anywhere in football, anywhere, anywhere. They play football. You can take that office. I'm sorry. This past heavy off better off in don't okay. In January gonna take them home. That's be running game is not going to leave him to maybe one victory. Play certainly not. Back to the show with lock Wiley. We're joined now by Fox Sports basketball analyst, but more informally Ohio State alum, Jim man, Jim let's move to your buck us off the wolverines six to thirty nine on Saturday. It was the most point how state ever scored in. The rivalry urban Meyer group has now won four straight after ugly loss to do. Meanwhile, Oklahoma wanna shootout versus West Virginia says both the Sooners in the buckeyes are eleven and one that's led to a lot of debate over which team belongs in the college football playoff. I've may have a biased because I watch more big tuned in big twelve and I've been unimpressed with the big. And so I feel like Ohio State expose Michigan is overvalued. And I think oh, how state a bit overvalued. And again, maybe because I just have. And watched the big twelve is closely this year because I know the big twelve hasn't been great..

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"meyer group" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Urban Meyer group tax gene Smith and director for blobs Brian vol- weenie discussing the two thousand fifteen incident. Involving Zac Smith. And Courtney Smith they discussed it the next day urban was asked about it said. He didn't know anything about it Urban Meyer claims he met with Zach and Courtney Smith after the two thousand nine incident and then she recanted her charge Courtney's says she never even had a meeting with goven. Meyer then even. Zach Smith who has defended urban to the t. said she wasn't at that meeting And Shelley Mayer according to the report texted urban Meyer. When Zach Zach Smith finally did get fired and said she was worried. About him being violent if there. No abuse here why would Shelley Smith be worried about Zac. Smith being violent this all paints an ugly picture now should urban, Meyer be fired or not That's up to you to decide I personally think he, should have been now that. He's not my not gonna roof for Ohio State now you, know a couple of years ago and people have brought this up on Twitter I, think around all this Chapman is an awful awful person I. Don't like him if he would. Have been kicked. Out of baseball I would have been fine with, it I said I'm a cubs fan on the air obviously. I, a couple of years ago in the cubs. Got him I had mixed emotions. About it I was. Torn I hated, him. And, I wanted. It didn't baseball. But. I wasn't. Going to be a phony as a fan, yeah he's on the field. Pitching for my team I'm not? Going to root against I'm not gonna lie I'm gonna admit yeah oh I'm happy he got that save, I, was, I admitted, that I was torn even though. But I at no. Point did I ever try to. Do and that's the problem here is instead of fans saying the defenders of urban Meyer instead of just saying hey, listen what he he, should have done more now, he didn't hit, anybody urban Meyer should have done more but, instead people are trying to defend urban more more ugly way defends axeman. Instead of saying as a bad guy but I'll be honest I want her mired coach my football. Team, and I don't want him to be fired and I can understand I get that I get that I understand there's a fan because. That was me with, a roll this Chapman but, I didn't try, to deny what he did say he wasn't, a bad guy it's a big difference All that being said that's where. We are he gets urban Meyer gets a three. Game suspension and I don't understand why the urban. Apologists are angry about it now I think he should have. Either been fired or given no suspension the half measure, seems a little weak to me it seems like you're just trying to appease everybody, the apology by urban Meyer. Onstage press conference was. Terribly done the whole press conference was terribly. Done by, Ohio State and then urban puts a second apology out on Facebook specifically apologizing to Courtney Smith, maybe too little too late depends on your opinion, the whole thing is an ugly shorted tale another example, domestic violence of, college, people caring more about football than. People take it for what it's worth but earned Meyer spend it three. Games without, pay, although he'll be able to, coach, the, weeks, of, games. Two in games. Three which. I just don't understand that but it is.

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"meyer group" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Mortgage lender, Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently yes indeed all right big, story of, the week of course the, latest on the scandal at. Ohio State involving urban Meyer The mishandling of situation with an assistant coach Zac Smith A guy who beyond all and I'm sure most of you know the the story or you. Got all know this, to be, listening to this show you know the story, you're ready But Zac. Smith bad guy and beyond beyond even the allegations of domestic violence which are hideous there were so many reasons why urban Meyer should've fired him and the. One reason he did not it seems and he admitted this. Himself that he used, his heart over his head, is his relationship with his, mentor and former Ohio State head coach Earle Bruce Zac Smith is Earl BRUCE'S grandson and time. And time again when, Zak Smith Did all these terrible things that he did. Some alleged some proven Urban Meyer gave him a. Pass maybe he talked to him he was never even written up Never even written up once Zac Smith and Ohio State urban Meyer could have done more. Now we don't know all the details still on what happened between Zac Smith in court Smith I believe what. I believe there's enough here for me to believe that clearly there was domestic violence. Going on we don't know every last detail nobody does except for Zac, Smith and Courtney Smith we. Don't know every last detail of what urban Meyer didn't. Didn't do but here's what we do know. Urban Meyer never told at. Ohio State athletic director, gene Smith about a two thousand nine incident Zac Smith was arrested now he wasn't ultimately charged but it was an incident of domestic violence or Meyer did not tell gene. Smith about it when they. Hired Zac Smith at Ohio State Urban Meyer admit in breath. Murphy's report who's the reporter who first broke this story he said he put out a. Bunch of text messages between Courtney Smith and Shelley Mayer urban Meyer's wife some people were trying to throw some. Out some nonsense that those messages weren't real orbiting Meyer said he didn't know about. Them at the time which acknowledges that they exist and I don't see, the committee did not the. Committee that reported on this did not believe this the. Not believe that he didn't know about the. Messages and how could any. Reasonable person thinks that, urban Meyer didn't know about the messages in this situation it's it's unreasonable belief Shelley Mayer would not have told her urban Meyer about it Also according. To the report by the independent counsel which wasn't totally independent three of the members were, part, of the. Board of directors at Ohio State they said when urban Meyer found out about the Brett. Mcmurphy article one of the first things he asked about was deleting text messages also. AD gene Smith and urban Meyer assistant also deleted text messages the night before big ten media day. Urban Meyer group tax with Jean Smith and director for blobs Brian Volinets discussing the two thousand fifteen incident involving Zac Smith and Courtney Smith they discussed it? The next day urban. Was asked about it said he didn't know anything about it Urban Meyer claims he met with Zach and Courtney Smith after the two thousand nine incident and then she recanted her charge according Smith says she never even had a meeting with. Meyer then even Zach Smith who has defended urban to the t. said she wasn't at that meeting And Shelley Mayer according to the report texted urban Meyer. Zach Zach Smith finally did get fired and said she was worried about. Him being violent if there is. No abuse here, why would Shelley Smith be worried about Zac. Smith being violent this all paints an ugly picture now should urban, Meyer be fired or not That's up to you to decide I personally think he should, have been now that he's not. Am I not going to root for Ohio State now you, know a couple of years ago when people have brought this up on Twitter I think are all this Chapman is an awful. Awful person I don't like him. He would have. Been kicked out of baseball I would have been fine with, it I said I'm a cubs fan on the air obviously. I, a couple of years ago when the cubs. Got him I have mixed. Emotions about it I. Was torn I, hated. Him, and I. Wanted it didn't. Want. Him baseball. But I wasn't going to be a phony, as a fan yeah he's. On the field pitching for? My team I'm not gonna root against I'm not gonna lie I'm gonna admit yeah oh I'm happy he, got, that, save I was I admitted that I. Was torn even though. But I at no point did. I ever try to and that's the problem here is instead of fans saying the defenders of urban Meyer instead of just, saying hey listen what, he should have done more, now he didn't, hit anybody urban Meyer should have done more, but instead people are trying to defend urban more more ugly way defense. Act Smith instead of saying as a bad guy but I'll be honest I want her mired college my football. Team, and I don't want him to get fired and I can understand I get that I get that I understand that as a fan because, that was me with, her all this Chapman but, I didn't try, to deny what he did or say he, wasn't a bad guy too big difference Though that being said that's. Where we are he gets urban Meyer gets a. Three game suspension and I don't understand why the. Urban apologists are angry about that now I think he should. Have either been fired or given no suspension the half, measure seems a little weak to me it seems like you're just trying to appease everybody the apology urban Meyer. Onstage the press conference. Was terribly done the whole press conference was. Terribly done, by Ohio State and then urban puts a second apology out on Facebook specifically apologizing to Courtney, Smith maybe too little too late depends. On your opinion the, whole thing is an ugly sorted tale, another, example domestic violence of college people. Carry more about football than people take it for what it's worth but. Meyer spended, three, games without pay although he'll, be, coach, two, weeks, of. Games to in. Games three.

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"meyer group" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Check everything off your list from criolla Krantz to Elmer's glue themed lunchboxes snacks jams board backpacks in cat and Jack to. So whether your kid is a unicorn lever or astronaut in training targets got the style to help them team bid t shirts and ladies to leggings and g all right. Now, let's get back to the show. What you most recent project Takashina with union square hospitality group, Danny Meyer's group. So here it's fair to say prior to this lot of your clients have been smaller, independent, owned restaurants, doing their thing. This is working with a very big restaurant company first Brooklyn project, yes. Talk us through this process. How did they approach you? Would they would they say to you? What? What? What? What was the relationship like? Well, we have a great relationship with them. I mean, one thing I do want to say about that project because we haven't been able to say publicly yet, and it was such a great moment when we presented the creative for that, we presented probably six. Logos are eight logos to Danny Meyer. And his comment was, I feel like I'm at a restaurant where I want everything. It's good. That was pretty incredible. Explain explain explain what tacos in is to listen. Yes. So tech ASEAN as the Teco concept from Danny mayor. It's his first deco concept. The chef used to be the sous-chef edginess quirky officials, Mexican, but they're not pretending to be essentially Mexican. It's kind of a New York take on this and what's incredible beyond the food is the venue. So they're on the waterfront on the free rein Williamsburg. It's a new public bark. It's the book. I mean, the base you we've ever seen probably New York and we didn't really realize that when we first with them, they were just like, you know, let's work together. Where is our first product in Brooklyn. We wanted to be a little younger and cooler than what we're used to doing. We feel that you guys would be perfect for this, and then we understood that we're going to design these huge sign on the from. That's pretty much. I mean, it's like the Pepsi sign pretty. So that made the tragic even more fun for us, but they've been incredible clients. I think it shows how I mean, they have such experience in there so professional and the totally understood our process and not everyone does. You know, it's we're very clear. We have four rounds every round. He's very specific. We have this QNA. They've been amazing and understanding. Interesting. You said this taco concept. You didn't say restaurant. So when you say, why did you say concept? It's it's the kiosk on the water. Yeah. And that's also shake shack sorted as Oscar Madison park. Did you when you design this and got into business with them? Were you thinking, okay, this could be the first of several taco seniors. And then did that fact that this could roll out to more did that affect how you did the logo design that it could be repeatable. Yeah. I mean, we always think about that especially when the brief is we won't be cool in union clean. Clean. Twenty different things. Yeah. And it's we had to always said, we send me as well. The show semi-solid assessment, brothers, shawarma concepts, they're in Williamsburg. They were first graphics projects, I believe, and they're, they're sent to Brooklyn. You. Max was at Roberta's. You lay was at my land. So when we think your bed Brooklyn. Cool. We wanna make you Brooklyn and cool, but we will also always think a wets beyond that. What if it grows? What if the shawarma concept is in airports days, do you think maybe not maybe you have more variety and options to use it so and so forth. Takashina give me what is the backstory of how the logo came about how the color pal came back because again, it's like you get it immediately. Yeah, so we always start with a creative direction. So this creative direction was. Future is MO. Okay, explain. So it's really important from the brand positioning that now we know the client, but we want to present them with two creative directions that relate to that positioning. So this was one, I, I'm don't remember the second creative direction, but they chose that creative direction. So that really influences the colors when you think of Baja..

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"meyer group" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hey this is this thinks worse than fair socks after a double header mills these guys who have aches and pains but also have experienced this myself has no sent to at all it solves all the problems and they don't talk even they still huggy like themselves but right but there um but their implying that through their careers is sports heroes they have encountered stinking us along with the existing pain and blue emu goes hey look brighter people to me of thought all of these things up online that we've got carrie now here's this is an iconic commercial of course is he's gonna share was very welcome to wgn hi how are you learn where'd you it all right what's going on well i was gonna eat alleged commercials ours will always remember the little good them sooner oscar mara baloney sean of course it goes back to seventy i could you liking 73 when it came out i think it how does how does the songa what is it was um old guy i should like cloud baloney as for his name it's always see eye on the line i has a second name it's emmy kind of raleigh voice didn't he also do i wish i wasn't asked we ask him ira weiner abs another order the song involved yep that askar meyer group beheaded going on back then uh he he i took it is now years later we still remember those silly songs right hey jay enjoy your program all right thanks gary appreciate it so he think about that those and i think that's the key is we kind of deconstruct this could be the conference table maybe a madison avenue kind of situation where people uh kind of plan out some of those excellent and i i think the the the song is so important because our i remember some crazy songs from chicago commercials gone by you like the hudson three to seven writer gore's that's horrible that's taking up space why do i leave a empire carpet game lau sure minutes another one notes that same type of deal than what was he did he do you remember offhand and if anyone knows engaged in contacts it in call three one two nine eight one.

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"meyer group" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The memphis red birth they have six hits in two games in this series that translates to a bunk seven the average call of they are managed by the peace y'all manager of the year stubby clap nick martini the first baseman will set the table at the top lme st yes who has two home runs they both game in game one he will play second batch second tyler o'neill also hit a home run in that mariscal you will collect and bad third dole's mercy of the right beautiful bad fourth patrick wisdom the third baseman we'll bad fit during the catching and hitting six this gabriel lino wilfredo till bother shortstop will second meg neris sierra the centerfielder will hit eight that line els leaked the righthanded pitcher rounds out the back nine four the right birds on helping to rebel face them six and four were they 406 the all raid this season two appearances against the red birds ask well four rick suites colorado springs sky sox they committing to to witness series they have picked up sixteen hits through the first two games kyle win the table said or at the top of play left field johnny davis has been a spark plug hill patrol center in that second of onto hey sousse the third basement baths third chris color below the first basement will clean up the right fielder nato or he'll hit fifth greece so do bond will play second base and that six tyler hyneman will do the catching for what it essentially as the third straight ballgame evil that seventh hitting eight with a tremendous start to postseason players the shortstop yanni oliveira up four for seven through his first two games and on hellbent two rounds out the hitting nine for the sky sox he went one of fifteen with this year at the days ryan elza gets the start one aaa appearance it came here last saturday no record a three six zero era gave up two runs on seven hits in five innings to this guy's a fourman up meyer group roar this ballgame and this entire postseason john past week will call balls.

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"meyer group" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:08 min | 5 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I agree rizzo with our good from peter meyer under principal of the meyer group author of creating a dumb in the new market still one of my favorite looks in my entire library we're talking about why you should and how to get that big businesses to become your customer speed hurt the table years thank you well pick up with a where you were a few minutes ago on and layout but they three secret the three key speakers that you want to an owner make this work if you don't told corporation the first six because don't go look up for the fire there is no single fire and our corporation always a committee and if i'm a says to you the buyer i'm going to go around them because you know sure they should that you know it is you want on a personal wentz for the help you make happen not that person the czech reading authorities but you know what you know what i tell them i say i tell big companies when i talked me i tell them i'm not looking for business on looking for partners and so there much won that even though it for customers i'm looking for somebody with that they're the what we're wearing and there's a it's a good fit for both of us right and so that means need to go back to what you talked about per segment or cover shows point i'm not what's important they know what really matters to them helping move the business sport here are i think he employment you're a thing here's what i think you want you have to find a way to be quiet of the eight move division all and that is what is key to make it work no i mean i percent of the people on like you go into the corporation not an option with people going into his i gotta tell the one percent there when thank let me on a first point and number two secret let me and what sport the moving the business and then with that person you have to say question which is who stakeholders in the company who needed you need to make that happen people mess shift the mets your question back on this this up by are who don't search for the buyer.

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"meyer group" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 5 years ago

"meyer group" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Your business is now operating when something is happening but has never happened before in the history of the marketplace hi this is jim bison game i don't want to tell you about a new age as emerging right now the age of the customer until recently you've on your business with ten thousand year old age of the summer practices based on having control of customer relates ships but the original at age is being replaced by the age of the customer which is creating forces never conveying control from your business to your customers if you're efforts are producing the same result as before you might think it's an execution problem but he's probably you're going to market with age of the summer practices when you're customers have a age of the customer expectations my notebook the age of the customer prepare for the moment of elements or hope you make the transition from all practices to new ones that will allow you to me these new customer expectations find out more about my ideas and how to buy the book at age of the customer dot com this is jim blessing game thanks for listening he's supply isn't this week it was the methods inefficiency the put them a hell's would like to be how did that is going to be as a sway five ten sheahan blast he's news here gordon's for of the league welcome back thirty four of the hour thanks very much looking that would be thinks mean part of my day breaks out about having a good from peter meijer back on the show peters a long time more than fifteen year member of our brain trust he's the founder crisp of the meyer group over smarter some guys on the planet and i know he's the author of a couple bumps in the books what speed growth and my favorite.

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