6 Burst results for "Scott. Mcghee"

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"Apply that was when they would let photographers at ringside for wwe shows or you did because publicity. And i just were from my you know like i grew up like i knew bill. Latin photographer Since i was ten years old he put me on the japanese wrestling. As you know it was like ten years old as a fan. Yeah wow that alcohol and then you grow up and then he sees like look at that little shit that i put in a magazine big star. Yeah yeah it was cool awesome. Yeah run into all the same people that remember me from being a kid. Yeah yeah yeah and it adds story to the whole thing and everybody knows i know. He's been he's been obsessed with this since he's liked. So somehow the Subject came up about like upset. Wins you know my you know once you get razor and so we were talking about upsets at like one happened when i was a kid and i was there for and I can't remember what happened. Dusty was supposed to have florida world title matches. What flair and flares. You know to her. Florida something happened. Fell dude dusty cut on the show so flair had a match on tv. with scott. mcghee. I don't know if you even know that. Is magee the different yeah. He was really good. Scott mcghee like the dynamite kid episode of the dark side of the rink dot. Mcgee talks a lot in there. I just heard the name but flair scott beat ric flair on tv with the german suplex. One two three. And i was in the front row and you watch it on. You can find it on youtube and you could see me jumping up and down. I've never been more excited my life. Oh my god yeah. I was so ecstatic. That scott me me. It worked man and i went and saw the shows. Yeah i went to the shows. Where where rick worked with scott mcghee around the loop you know and so yeah. I guess that's what it is because you've seen it happen once now. You know it can happen all that to say you see me standing in like you see me as a little kid at these on these. Tv shows like saturday nights. Main a met with you know Hulk hogan versus terry funk and opposite hard camera. There's me with a hulkamania shirt on under. Yeah you could see me in the crowd at all these shows you know. Do you think about that stuff like to this day. Like when the idea that like you're sitting there and your team mates with hogan you know flash forward ten fifteen years your teammates with hogan and even more like i wanted to talk about this before you even brought up flare but leg. I feel like when we talk about matches of yours. That i like like i feel like we talk about the i've talked to you about the breadth match. I went on your show progressing for life to talk about the eddie guerrero ladder man but i feel like one that doesn't get talked about enough is the i like to single the flair match. I you had from rhode why my only problem is where we did it. because it was burgess. Man if that would have been late. S- kogyo allstate arena or some shit like that man or philly. Yeah charlotte or i just like as watching it recently. And i just thought it was so cool like watching flare kind of adapt to your style and taking an insecurity and like a felt like and he let me run the match rail here. Yeah i was thinking so. Is it tough at that point for to be like. Hey and give you bronco buster point was it a just man he has he just yielded because like rick like one time. I lenses art. Because he's the greatest of all parking time but he just loved one time. I'm having a match with him at philly at the spectrum and it's just a house show in so he gets there like one of us got there late and i would just like..

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"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"When i went you did a great. Qna for the fans with tully blanchard talking about your your famous star cave match and Got an email here from From a fan wanting to know what was that your favorite stargate match by far or were there others. What did you like backward is is for. You gotta be the pinnacle as far as performance. 'cause i mean anything that can be talking about thirty years after the fact is which is i mean i smoked with. Dave belts are Last weekend at a at at what do i want their first time and get until they were talking. He said you know what kind of match people still talk about today. Thirty years after the fact you had the kind of impact that one steal match anti and so you know even though there may tabs things that i might add more enjoyable. There's certainly nothing. I've done this. Love that kind of log laughing impact. The best of seven series was was Was unbelievable but one for one single batch to stand out like did Yeah that's that'd be the highlight reel for me through. It seems like every few years people do dust off a best of seven or something series. So yeah that is quite a quite a legacy. We got another question here from Matt from washington state. He wants to know. Did you ever wrestle outside of the. Us not outside. no run. eddie Work with joe blanchard. We went over into mexico one time yeah russell in hawaii which of course. That's still the united states. Even solve the off conduct all scheduled to have dumped japan In february of eighty seven before before the crash happen so that would have been my first opportunity. Go out but no. I did not one of the things i learned when i was at. Nwea fan fest. Which i which is a great story. I think Tell everyone the magnum. Ta may tell them Whose idea was that name and everything. It's it's a pretty great. It's pretty amazing. I think well you know it is. I i still. I had to laugh about that. Can day i had. I struck up a friendship with andre the giant back in my portland days because i had a great big old ninety eight Big car and when he came and he did mac daddy. Two a couple of weeks jerked way. Whoever the biggest car called john around so we met and talked it. Got to be actually your friends. And then when i was down in florida we we were traveling. We'd been out to some night after late at night. Eating breakfast place called fat man's barbecue and now they're in tampa and he looked across the table. At i and digress. Quite a bit since he first met me when i broke in. And he said you know he said eating handle needed name is kinda like that cow dow td he. You should be magnum. Ta about and yet he was going to get back to new york senior. Still living and talk events not bringing meeting new york then and Starting starting off a career back. Ta well before he can get that done ernie on working with the lots he was in for a tv tape he saw me and this is one flint bill. It went to new york so it opened up to be lost. Her so ernie gave me the call. Told me to stop was there Asked me if i wanted to come. I went there. And that's where all launched off the back of ta character. How do you think magnum ta would've into the wwf. Frankly i think it would have been amazing. Then smith so creative specially during that or if so hungary You know looking for the next big thing that i think potentially that combination of just been out it would've never happened dusty had left to 'cause my loyalty was to dusty wasn't even nwea it was just at I mean i left building company dusty when when the mid mid atlantic was on. We're in the mid south fire so you know if dusty You know. I think it'd be a duffy. Said i think it would be best for you to go but I would really love to see what i could have done with that kind of sheets behind. The i was florida. When you were there was it. Was it starting to taper off it. Was you know we were doing decent houses. I mean you know. I was working in the middle of the cart and make a decent money and You know it was a great place to work at you know experienced Experience all kind of seats netra nhs But as far as as far as businesswise if you need it was nothing compared to what we turn that south into. Oh that plays call for. And this was the era where they were they were had. They had the global tag team championship. They didn't have the us. Titles of the florida titles they. We're kind of transitioning to to the global identity right and that was Brad armstrong and myself myself on the new level tag team champions were scott mcghee and myself so we both held those titles and we weren't with the With the the royal kangaroos were there any heat from the nwea for for. I mean essentially. You're calling it a world title. Yeah if there was nobody talked about it It wasn't being talking about them You know eddie. Graham would have been handled all that and he kept things pretty close to the gulf so You know they're gonna heat but you whatever expressed us all right. Let's go to eight six two eight six two. You're on the live cast. Who's where are you calling from. Tyler's how are you good. Man what do you got for meghan. Ta oh off nine. It's an honor to talk to you. So i i was the bore you with to think of going through. Wwe some point. Be your accent. have you know. I never contemplating on there before the accident. I mean my goal is firmly set on another coming to the end of the world segue champ and of course you know that happened The idea was friendly in my sights to take place. So yeah the. Wwe wasn't an inkling of thought by head back then My second question is inland role. You just breast a desire to enter the call. Be stockcar racing book session. Did you ever have any inkling of becoming a producer flash wrestling agent because in this last hour or so of conversation that i've had been privileged. You're listening to you. Seem like you were made. Excellent fit that transition into an all korea post accident. Well can you know the day at fifty seven years old. I've got a great deal. Different outlook on it. That i would have than i did. Twenty seven twenty eight years old. It was very difficult coming back after the accident and interjecting myself back into the industry where i was still so young that you know by all rights. I should have out there Performance even though. I had this mass hand knowledge because i studied under dusty. Eddie graham watson outside the game wasn't i wasn't comfortable in my own skin working with bach contemporaries that i should have been out there in the ray former with Tried to be you know directing and doing all this kind of thing so everything because By the time it was timely accident happened. Made it that kind of transition. Difficult you if i'd been older absolutely but you know today even and today's travel even getting a head knowledge..

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"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast

"What comes out of bins mouth as Mary important to in and he He been has to be factual. He's very. he won't. He won't say you know no one else. He's a perfectionist he wants to the the right information. Great. If you can think of any other story that you want to add from any of the time, the twenty twenty plus years you were there to sort of end on. But right now let's just go to advice any advice you have for people that are starting out in college or maybe they wanNA switch careers and they've always loved TC M. Maybe work there. For several years in charge of hiring all the insurance for production again than I. Got Promoted than I was managing the yeas and a couple of producers underneath me. You know at a lower level in I was their direct manager and I used again everyone the same advice on like. Your term, it's it's constant learning. There's you know there's Grad school or there's working in production. You. Don't eat. Grad school when you're working production that is radical that's getting your masters. Yeah just in. The. Nation and have an attitude, right because one them I. last position I held I was I'm directing. Now I'm directing I directed Dave Carter Bradley Cooper when Bradley Cooper Stop by the studio to promote a stars born I'm directing Bradley Cooper I've actually directed Scorsese I've said in action to Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese dropped his pin. and. There's no one else around I'm going to grab that pen. And I don't need a private everyone has to do the job and There is no duty that is the anyone. Right and and I think that being nice and. Working well with people and having people like you goes a long way to if especially later in life if you're trying to find a job, everybody remembers it Gary was really Nice Guy Always helpful. No. One last crazy question that I came up with. And I don't know if there's an answer but was there someone? Like Scott mcghee or chuck more someone in the studio that you were just blown away by their talent and their brilliant like was you said, there was just like a crazy like the team was so talented who who, Israeli Tom, Brown or or whoever just someone that you admired. That was really talented there. I mean it's a tough question because I admired so many people. That's fine. You can just buy a bunch of people. Yeah. I did I really admire a lot of people but you know I'm I'm sort of an old school kind of guy I would like to think that. You know the relationships I formed when I first started working at Turner I and still friends report boss who hired me in his false. I still friends with the first general manager of. The first executive I ever met. Actually friends with I we had Seder gather. With his family I mean. A. And you you don't mind. I'm going to tie this back to the previous question, which is know always be nice to have one because you don't know when you're in the hallways you don't have loosened executive not. Remember you smile and seed. So you know I born those friendships early on with the with the original leaders. Still, some of the best friends I have today in they taught me a lot and. certainly several the editors editors you included Brandon Arnold Michael Dangerfield working as. Those are some of the best relationships I ever reformed because this trust level where you can just furtive. Your project in their lap and say, okay, something great I'll be back to check on it later I gotta go start my other project no one person out Maybe maybe rob, of course. Right. Well this has been great Gary I. Mean I know there's so many people love t C. M. Love Robert Ben would love to hear your stories about working on guest programmer and I love it too because I worked with for a couple of years and it was a two of the funnest years Turner was great work with us. Thank you so much for doing this and I appreciate it and I had a great time talking to you. Thanks for listening to the lights camera pro podcast entertainment pros talk about how they made their dream into a career. Subscribe to our Youtube Page Liken Sheriff facebook page and download at apple and Google podcasts. Thanks to Bob. Juergens for the Rock O and Joseph mcdade for the music next week our cast is Jim Issa. He's a good friend of mine. He's an incredibly talented director producer. He's made some feature films. He's got stories upon stories about making films and so much more. It's got to be great tune in next week..

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Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

Environment: NPR

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in

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"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Let's get back to more of my conversation with Sebastian Bach right now on the trunk podcast. So Baz one of the things I absolutely loved, when you put out this press release to announce this tour because it is my peeve of peeves right now, it's my soapbox issue is you made it clear and put in the press release that when you go and play your band, and what you're doing. And you're singing is one hundred percent live one hundred percent live. We don't know how else to do it. And God bless you. God bless you for saying that it's a dying art. It's dying art. It's there's no doubt about it. And, you know, we live in a world, where every band is filmed on the fan cell phones, and they run home immediately. Upload their, the show to you, too. Which every ban hates and let me tell you why because phones are not designed to record albums. Bottom line. If you're standing too close to the PA, which is most of these videos, it's gonna be all distorted and crappy. Well, we do on the road is we record on the soundboard. Okay. It's the schedule of the road does not really allow for going through the footage. And posting it like an hour after the game. You know, maybe Bret Michaels or some guy with more energy than me could do that. But I don't have the energy to do all that on the road. When I get home off the road. I go through the footage and I watched the band, and I watched performances and I see what I'm doing right is singer. And what I'm doing wrong singer. There's lots of great footage that I've been posting that is great. It's incredible to watch and the thing is about that. I don't think the general public might not realize is that when a guy like David Lee. The Roth is recording an album. He's not jumping off the drum riser doing the flying leaps touching. Both feet off Alex's kit. He's not doing that in the studio. According to. It's two different art forms fill. Totally still the fact that everybody most band now go up there with a tape is because of that, like, when we joined when we started skid row in the late eighties our intention going on stage was to go fucking nuts. We would go all five of us put her hands with doc McGhee in the end, Scott McGhee can't forget, put our hands in the middle of the circle. And we were like crazy people. It was, I was unbelievable concern not even concern for all I gotta hit this note perfect because this guy's gonna post it. And if I had it wrong, then then there was no thought of that. It wasn't even a question it was, let's go fucking crazy up there. Let's. And it was it was I mean having been those shows even when you first came in before you came on the air. Talking about this interview today. I was going down memory lane myself because I was telling the audience about telling the audience stories about the days that skid row would play around New Jersey before you joined the band when they had other singers playing, many of these songs that were on this first record and how it changed completely the day you showed up, how it was completely, it was an avalanche of excitement and the, the vibe in the room. And I told the story earlier, there was a old venue in nor- called studio one I used to go see skid row play. And then all of a sudden one day I show up to studio one, and there's three limousines in front of studio one, I'm like, what are these limos doing? Newark, what's going on a drug dealer something they were there because you joined the band in each one at a different record label guy that had come out to see the band. And then when you guys Hey. basically. I hate to break those three levels. They were there to do a drug deal. Got inside the van. I'm just joking around. There's a word for what you're talking about..

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"scott. mcghee" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"scott. mcghee" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome to Texas business radio. This episode one hundred forty six we generally have a theme on the show theme this week is we don't have one we're going to cover a lot of ground and cover ways that you can grow your business. We're gonna talk some very interesting businesses here. So you're gonna wanna stay tuned for the entire show. I'm your host my registered Jake Kerr's one sitting over there in a co host chair. What do you think about J? Well, I gotta tell you. This is a great story about a company that has now ventured off into a new area and how they're being successful at it. It's a great story that people out of here. No, no doubt about that. We're going to jump right into Scott McGhee as the VP of sales and marketing for cougar systems cougar use as a parent company. Kuker systems is the subsidiary Scott, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So talk to me a little bit about control panels because you know, there's all in the economy. There's all kinds of of of ways to. To make a better mousetrap makes something that's better. That solves the problem. And it doesn't have to be a public company to a company that that's all in the consumer's mind to be able to have build an incredible company. Right. Yes. Well, before I get started on the pain. I think it's important to know a little bit of our history because it explains a lot of our bandages came from sure kicker USA is the parent company and under trigger USA. We have kicker sales, which is the rep firm, which isn't manufacturer's rep. And we sold sump pumps and tanks and so forth. And then USA we have to their systems, which is a manufacturing facility. So how it started was we would buy control panels from other manufacturers for our lift stations in our level controls on our tanks, and we really weren't happy with the quality. Right. So we started building them in house, and we built them in house based on what we've learned in the field and the problems and shortcomings. Panels that we saw and so has we started building the panels for our cells other reps are manufactured. We're coming to visit us, and they would see our panels and ask a lot of questions and next thing. You know, they started buying our panels. Well course, a light bulb went off and said, well, why don't we take this show on the road and go find rips across the country. Sure that have sump pumps and tanks and sell them the panels to go with it. And God bless America. That's what it's all about is finding a hole in the market a dentist. A solution to it making it. And then then finding a way to get this out to the to your end user, right? Yes. Yes. And what we've done is. Unfortunately in today's world, everybody just builds a panel is based on cost and ship it out and you're on your own, right. Sure. And we we wanted to not fall into that category. So we wanted to make our panels user friendly and have information on there where people can call for help. For instance, on our panels. If you open up the door, you'll see a Sierra number and a model number and a one eight hundred number you can call our our facility, you'll get a check on the phone, you give them that information. He can pull up the exact panel that you're looking at in the field on his desk. So you don't have to say this greenware goes here. This blue wire goes here. I think this is overload. We can actually walk them through pretty easy. Well, and that's interesting because the the rest of the market is the non user friendly cheap. Because that's what the the market typically has competed on his price. Right. It's a race to the bottom on price. And you're trying to they're trying to push out the cheapest they could possibly do. And you guys went another direction. You said I think that we can lower the total cost of ownership by putting a little more thought and effort into the front end. Right. Yes. And when you talk about that when you look at our panels. We don't cram everything in a box and say here you go. We give us plenty of space to work in for instance, on the bottom where you make all your terminations. We put it on a forty five. So it's easier for the electric to hook up the wires. Or disconnect them we color coded. We wire label everything, and it just makes it really kinda dummy proof if you can read you can follow what you're doing with our panel. Will you guys are to the point now where you are in expansion mode? Right. You are are currently looking for sales reps all throughout the country to allow them to represent this product to to end users. Correct. Correct. And when we started off, we really didn't know what we had. So we went out and we found about eight or nine strong rip throughout the country. And there was a learning curve there. Right. And so we've been for a year or so solid now sell into these reps and done a great job worked out. The bugs got got the data that we needed. And now we want to take it to the next step, and I would love to. Have reps in all fifty states. Who exactly is it? You're looking for. I mean who would be perfect for this type of product a perfect fit for us would be someone who sells sump pumps are tanks and has most of the reps in our business know that typically a sump pump company is not a control panel company. Okay. They're buying that panel from somebody in private labeling. Right. So when you call the factory, there's really not great support. Sure. So well, we want do. All right. If you have the summit house, we have the panel, which is your solution, and we can support you. Now, do you guys get involved with the engineering side of it? I mean is somebody has a project can you identify? What products they need? It would seem like if you're able to support it on the back in the US involvement on the front incorrect. Yes, we we actually have great data for the engineer. We wrote a sequence of operation for all our panels and a specification, and I think. Most reps can verify this. Most engineers don't have a really good specification are even a sequence of operation for a panel. They'll simply put control panel, right? So we have the data to support the engineers and actually the engineering community has been coming to us for that information now coming from the sales rep background, which your company did right? Yes. How is this different than most pro? So so when a sales rep signs up with you guys, why is this product line different than others. Well, there's two things one were custom panel shop. So there's nothing that we cannot do we do all the programming in house, and we build them in house, and you could do weird to somebody has a weird project. You can come in and make something, and I think what gives us an advantage is because I'm also on the sale side. And it was developed from a sales team we understand the application that you're in. Right. So we've been there done that. And I've seen it. So we can help you with that as well. But I think he's just. Little details in our panels that I had mentioned earlier is that. They're real easy to read as far as you know, we wire label everything we color coded. We go as far as you can putting spare fuses in there. So if they're on a job site on a Friday or Saturday US they have a spare one. Our boxes are big and easy to work in. I mean, it just it just really user friendly, and well the attention to detail in the support on the back. I would think is the big on the back end is a big thing because I know. Not everybody's an expert in control panels. But if you can call somebody and know, they're going to pick up the phone and have the answers for you. That's really nice. And I think what really put us ahead is the fact that when you call in and you give our guys information, they know exactly the panel, you're working on an exactly what's going on. And they can get you answers. Yeah. They're not guessing. So what is easiest way for somebody to learn more about this. Should they be interested? Well, there's there's a couple of things you can do you can go to the website, which is WWW triggered USA dot com. And you can go to the website, and we actually on our systems page. We actually have all the documentation on our panels. And you can take a look at it are just simply call me at eight three two nine one two seven five zero zero and let's have a conversation. Interesting stuff. Scott McGhee VP of sales and marketing cougar systems wanna thank.

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