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"snow plowing company" Discussed on Marketing Above All

Marketing Above All

09:52 min | 11 months ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on Marketing Above All

"And twenty seven. Today's topic is this leveraging door hangers for close to instant sales so one of the often overlook tactics for local marketing. Is Leveraging door hangers? And what I really enjoy about leveraging door hangers is that the cost is to mute point when you compare door hangers to other tactics so I wanna walk you through kind of step by step. If I were sitting in your shoes what I would do to make sure that my door hanger promotion Was a hit so the first step before you even start thinking about getting imprinted. What's the offer all that good stuff? You really have to nail down your geographic location. When I like to do from a geographic standpoint is I like to just strategically pick one or two neighborhoods. That you feel is going to have the best. Success and traditionally speaking from the best success standpoint is going to be neighborhoods that you've already served so if you can obviously After performing a job put a sign on the front lawn. For example the neighbors are going to see those signs. And then when you have the door hangers you're going to get that repetition and marketing as well so in a perfect world you've already served some of these neighborhoods. So I always like to start with one or two kind of prime neighbourhoods. They're the right customers. They have the right income the types of houses that they have or the houses that you're looking for now door hangers really is it. It's a beat AC- tactic. I can't think of an example where people have put door hangers on businesses. Abebe play. Maybe they've walked in and talk to business owners but I mean door. Hanging really isn't a tactic that using the B. B. space so this is traditionally used by landscapers and painters and contractors. Remodelers mean things like that. That are going to serve your house so once you've got that neighborhood identified you WanNa make sure that you've got at least two hundred fifty to five hundred houses. You've got to make sure that you've got critical mass. So this is. It's a tactic that isn't necessarily going to have. I mean fifty percent response rates on if you're only throwing fifty door knockers up for example while they might be the perfect houses. You can't expect your phone to ring off the hook with twenty five thirty forty calls in a perfect world you beginning. One or two or three calls from those fifty. So what I'm looking for you to do is to place two hundred fifty to five hundred so step one. Identify the right neighborhood and make sure you've got critical. Mass step two is to really look at. What is the door hanger? Look like what is the offer and all that good stuff so step two. After you've got that neighborhood identified is to put some kind of amazing offer so if you know that there's going to be other contractors other landscapers other snow plowing companies that are doing similar thing. And they're typically not doing door knockers. They're dropping a little flyer in a mailbox if everyone has the exact same offer. So if you're a landscaper and you're getting ready to start putting stuff out there for spring cleanups and weekly long cutting if all the other landscapers are putting ten percents off your order. Free Mulch with a spring. Clean up or something like that. What is an amazing offer that you can throw out there that nobody else is doing? Can you partner with another ancillary business? And if someone ends up doing spring cleanup and lawn service with you for the summer you partner with someone and they're going to get their driveway. Power washed for free or their windows washed or something like that or is there another service that you could? I guess? Learn in your free time and do that as a little extra add on. I can't tell you the last time that I've ever gotten anything from a landscaper. That says do X. Y. Z. And you're going to get another service. It's always your first cut. His free will beat anyone's prices. Ten percent off. It's the same kinda stuff so you really need to make sure you've got an amazing offer that other people are not doing second step is. Is there any kind of guarantee or promise that you can make? That's going to really resonate to show that you're GonNa make your customers lives better. So for example if you're trying to solicit business for your landscaping business in these spring cleanups. What can you do to make it easier on them now? Do you want to have that great offer? But how can you make some kind of promise again? The most generic promises are going to be things like your satisfaction is guaranteed. Okay that's fine. What about making the promised that you're going to cut their lawn the same day in same time every week. The only exception is if it downpours. And they're going to be delayed by one day you'll do within twenty four hours a lot of people like to know the exact date and time. Someone's coming south. They're planning evening gatherings or picnics. Or parties and things like that. They don't want to be wondering what was the landscape are going to becoming the day before the. Lawn Looks Nice. What are those promises that you can make? Third step is put some kind of deadline. So you WanNa make sure you've got not only have this call to action but the deadline piece. That really puts a little bit of pressure for someone to take actions related to take them from just being passive and putting your door hanger to the side but if you grab their attention which we're going to talk about in the second on design you WanNa make sure that. There's some kind of deadline so our schedules booking up. This offer expires in two weeks for example. Now if you do two weeks that's GONNA lie to hit one of the other areas. I'm to talk about in just a second so next piece and now you've got the offer you've got a promise you've got a deadline you WanNa make sure you've got a really nice unique design so I mean a high contrast images large photos you WanNa make sure that it looks really really nice. It's gotta be easy to read Fonts. I don't want this to look like you went in and tried to put it in your basement printer. For example you want to make sure that the design is really inspiring the customer to actually go through and fully. Read it now. The other main piece here is repetition so the reason that I like to not only put a deadline but not to actually list out a date to so that you could reuse these so not only. Do I want you to hit your neighborhood. And you hit those two hundred and fifty to five hundred but I would rather you be hitting those same people two three four times. So they're seeing you like. Oh my gosh. This business is all over the place. I want them to be seeing your signs. I want them to see your door hangers and then when you start to couple this with off line this is the really the final piece. In addition to that strong offer is you're going to combine this with online marketing as well. So I'm going to end with that piece in just a second. So in terms of the design. You've got that Nice Design. You've got to make sure that you've got a simple call to action. What do you want your prospects to do? Next is at visit a website to claim their offer. Is it called the phone number. Is it to come stop in? They're going to text message. Something what is that strong call to action? You've gotTa make sure that it's it's really is very obvious on the door hanger. You've got a nice font. I mean it really is called out in. Its Front and center now. Ken Final piece is tying this in with online marketing. So anything that you do online is going to be amplified by offline marketing and vice versa. So I WANNA make sure that you're using something like geofencing and you can re listen to that podcast episode or using facebook ads and you're targeting the same neighborhood or doing a youtube video in a youtube ad so what ends up happening is not only are they. Seeing your door hangers. So let's say you're putting on a Monday you then they're gonNA turn on your facebook ads. Youtube ads your geofencing ads. Then they're going to be seeing you everywhere online a week or two later. You're going to drop another door hanger. So they're going to see it again. You're still running all your digital ads. And then you're going to drop a third door hanger all to those same people so there are going to be seeing your message. Four five six seven eight nine times over the course of a couple of weeks. It's going to drastically. Raise your response. Get out there and take some action. If you're in the BE DECEASED SPACE DOOR. Hangers are a great way to start. Driving some revenue just takes a little bit of sweat equity to get those out there. I mean heck you can pay a college student or a kid to go and hang these for you as well get out there and take some action today Michael Tasr signing off. Good morning good afternoon and night. I'll see you back here tomorrow. Have a good day bye. Thank you for listening to this episode of marketing above all now get out there make a change and take some action and hey don't forget to leave a five star review until all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast ever ever. If we look forward to seeing you here tomorrow..

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Current

The Current

10:39 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Current

"A CBC podcast. Hi Matt Galloway. This is a podcast from the January. Twentieth Edition of the current snow came down smack into the back of our house and the House next door. It went right through the window. the House next door tore the window and the window frame out dumped a ton of snow but I mean thank God. Nobody was killed. But I've never seen it lived here for thirty five years. I've never seen anything remotely like this now. Safe to say that Chris Brooks of Saint. John's isn't the only person who's never seen anything like this. Nobody has much of Newfoundland hit by a record amount of snow more than eighty centimeters more came last night. Just what they needed. The federal government has mobilized as the military. The BIG DIG has begun. Gus Penton is on Fogo. Island off the northeast coast of Newfoundland. Gus Good Morning Mickey callaway current. What does it look like? They're how much snow do you have around you. We have man it's still common It's it's fast and furious. I it it it's like we say it don't shop. What is that? What's the Big Lake? I mean the roads passable. Can you get out or what is it like. Oh Yeah we're pretty good here now but why hasn't hindered storm like that. It was a the Do we knew flanders not afraid of winter storm. But what happened in this one was was that the conditions were right. You had the wind. The snow's coming fast and furious and you had the amount but And it was is not the storm is actually the dangers of the storm. Storm You If your literacy and stuff right like the heating and then people are using Generators you got Carbon monoxide and stuff and and far-right. Alright and there's a big team you have to have floodlights big glossy. You can't see when Dirk and visibility was hand before you couldn't see. AM We've seen some of the photos of what it was like the morning after. What did you wake up to? Oh man it was a it was the snow warheads just generally just the chimney just just the chimney and you know here's a goal the all the all used to say was that They put a lawyer. Why not did have a goal to talk global warming which is right but years ago the editor they put her on from host hosts? And you had stabilised where they kept their livestock and stuff and in in order to get to them they put a line on. It followed her on because it was that bad and visibility hadn't known atrocity in order so they follow the line tutor and the hoses. I'm just getting back to the houses. was that bad now. That's a goal. You're talking about one hundred year. You see a storm like this and people. I mean as you mentioned people are up against it and there are serious conditions but people also ended up banding together. How did you see Neighbors and friends and people on in the community come together to help each other out matt. It's good and that's what we gotta do the world by an offer state now. You have Australia earn. You have two storms here. You had two wars in the Middle East. If we don't get control of the young people do not. You've got a good look to radio and your current you've got dumped eight people on stuff and keep the Michigan and keep the conversation going Younger people are more relaxed during the technology around her Only page which is raise. The technology is excellent but you have to teach him that this things can happen. Modern nature is powerful and Demoines we gotta run the world. The governments are good. But you gotTa have Britain in government you we were just talking. Buddha's there Wa wa you noticed big to dictate to us in Canada. WHO's a lot of business during which doing okay? And they should dismiss that case we've along with the truth about it in his mind and when we go on to four G. because we're losing business stuff and states dictating take Canada. He's a bully. He's not there shoveling your third one that has to do the shoveling. Do you ever seen anything like this while our town. You no no what happened before I was years ago. not this storm no subsided a bit now and like I say we're not afraid of winter we lure resenting acquire. We'll go through in her in her storm. It was the visibility and the conditions in this one in an emergency case. You've got people on dialysis medical. St John's is wicked like India. There's don't and the space is where to put it in that. But you've got Dialysis I had a sister on dialysis for years and stuff went back and forth Saint John's but it's emergency in case as a fire like on perdue would my sources heat and forget up Jimmy fire with decrease oil which would like Tara when a kitchen. I mean you won't have to clear so that makes John as you make your stressful Ed. It's still snowing. And they're still showing the day now but the top it all off on no shelter and now we got a bit hungry so came in and you know the pure beans and wieners are excellent so often them up and no wieners. It all that all that work and no wieners. In the ten no winners at attain a man was disappointed and So anyway I hate them. Ah Give me some more energy but don't stop anyway discipline. I'm saying not to. You got to have the supplies and we use Jenner but our heisel was rauner hydro here and Heisel Zinfandel dated the lines and I gotta make proposition to you now the updated and share. Because we got a five starring. You got to come home visit US I will. I love the Fogo Island beautiful place and you got your shoveling ahead of. You'll need your energy. I'll let you get back to To Dig yourself out Gus. It's good to talk to you. Not Listen Annemarie tramonte doing. She's great she's great and she's probably happening that she's not buried in snow. Although we have a little bit here in Toronto as well Gus thank you make nick. You're doing good work. I appreciate it. Gust Penton is a resident of Fogo island beautiful place in Newfoundland into as you heard. The snow continues. Their Saint John's took a wallop from. That's no there has been a state of emergency in that city. Since Friday the schools are closed the stores are closed. Businesses are closed. Roads are still impassable. The plows have been out since Saturday. Hey Brian Murphy. Co owner of Uber Murphy Limited Construction and Snow Plowing company popular man. I would think Brian Murphy. He's in Mount Pearl Newfoundland just a little bit west of Saint John's Brian. Good morning to you good morning. What's it like there now? it's overcast It was marred last night so it would have been the last night Quite slippery when it got cold again. Tell me about the cleanup. What time did you hit the streets? This morning Three Am Akra went out. And and what were you up against. We've seen some of the images of the snow but just describe what it looks like. When you when you went out with the plow it was just huge drifts everywhere around the city and the towns are are keeping headed they got all strabane drags open and cuts matrix on the side streets There's just an awful lot of ellen is going to be time consuming to push back. You see those side streets again. We've seen these pictures through. The streets are narrow. The snow is so high. Where does this go? Where can you move the two well? Basically Tro to one side. And just get a path that would have middle and eventually get around to trump and some of it and getting blowers in blown back Only small area you've got to deal with and just got to Get a path through I. It make sure everything's safe that you can get your mercy. I see Cruz whatnot than after the is going to be a time consuming venture I would think. And where's all the snow going. I know that Some of the the the government has said that you can put some of the snow into the harbor. Now Yeah Take a permission off after federal government to use however once again. You ever seen anything like this before we've seen Lurch Snowfall I've never seen the wind as bad as what it was. If you have to get out of the machine is all the snow actually hurt your face What is what is? Hr was going at her and it actually compact from the wind the snow when when you're pushing it breaks up the block as opposed to being fluffy was I. And that's what that's what created this huge drifts. Yeah Yeh you gotTa Win was Times before we went out of the deer fraud tiniest Malkin on the machine and really it was zero visibly. What about working Trying to plow the streets. What about your place Were you Snowed in like everybody else yes I was fortunate enough to be able to take home with me and I do private personalized Not doing much street work visa. So how did you get out of your place. I had a front unloader home man to death it was. It took a couple of choices there to get out but I I managed to get down a big hill just quite a bit of snow around. I don't five six eight hundred challenge customers saying that people are afraid of winter but this is something else. How Do Ooh if you talk to people? What are people's moods like are they? Do they feel beaten down by this or resilient and willing to kind of dig themselves out and on you go. Oh No not at all. I mean everybody Pretty Pepi. I see everybody under the getting together and show me relatives. I what I see so you now everybody can allow them pretty well and the army's On its way do you think that Having the military there will help of course There's a a lot of seniors in in the older parts. Count about nothing and Ami would be quite useful to help lead appreciate it. You've been up since is three. How long of a day will you have in front you around three deceiving we'll give it up and Out In three and tomorrow morning we have a lot of work ahead ahead of you. Good luck all right. Thank you very much thanks. Brian Murphy Co owner of Hubert Murphy Limited. It's a construction and snow plowing company. He's in Mount Pearl Newfoundland just a little bit west of Saint. John's how do you take down criminal network hidden in the shadows. I tell them that. I know that they're the ones who are running the the largest child abuse website on the dark net the journalists working to expose the darkest corners of the Internet. That's your playroom for that's your baby's close. That's my.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Ikonns

"You have to go to Mexico to get that job so that was my entrepreneurial spirit early on and then I kind of kept then school after a while kind of beat that out of me because they're like no you have to go to college and then you have to get a job and I was like. I'm going to be unemployable. Paul and I was really dreading it. 'cause sure no kid wants to grow up and get a job because they feel like I'll works not going to be cool. I was more like Oh crap everything I like is not got a job that fits neatly into one of these little baskets. Doctor Teacher lawyer policeman little. Did I know that you could start your own business. Everybody I knew that started their own business. This had a Greek restaurant or Chinese food restaurant. I didn't know that there were people that like had started something. That wasn't a dental office now. The world's only different because we can work online but there were still people who started their own businesses. Nobody knew about the person who started the Snow Plow Company. That wasn't a job that was something some rich guided and and we work for them. My mind wasn't expanded enough to do that. And even my parents were like. Oh you don't want to run your own businesses too hard because they thought. Jeez I don't know how you do that hat so we're not gonNA have him go through that stress and most people who are running their own business that are successful now we hear about them but back then you only heard about your parents. Parents friends who tried to start a restaurant and then they went bankrupt and lost their house. You heard the negative stuff. You didn't think. Oh don't do that. Because look what happened to Gordon and Mary. They lost their house because of the restaurant. You don't hear about Tom. And Bev down. The road who liked started something and now. They work three days a week and their kids are in the business and they go on a month long vacation every year. We don't know how their life works. They're just mysterious. 'cause they're now they're most with or they were our friends in what's like so what do you do again. Oh Yeah. My parents run a scrap metal recycling business. And you're like so they go around and pick up metal no of course that's not out at work but nobody understood it and then you'd ask their parents how they did it and they'd be like why kid asking me how my recycling refurbishing whatever business works not gonNA explain to you curious very curious curiosities took me through and then I eventually went to college of course and then I went to law school because I went to go get a job at a bunch of places and they were like. Do you have inexperience. And I was like no of course not I had just graduated. And they're like Yeah by and I thought I needed a job so I went to best buy which is like J. B. Hi fi or whatever depending on where You're listening to this when Obama was from Canada. Yeah right so I went in there and they were like. Oh Yeah. We'd love to have you start and I was great. I can build computers and it can like repair things. I can install all software and they were like. Oh Yeah I know you're a sell CD's for the first few years to get experience. And I was like but I have a college degree from the University of Michigan and I speak like German an English and Spanish and they were like EAC cool. You need to sell CDs. We don't really care and I thought like this is a waste of time and also by the way the reason I didn't take that job Bob was the guy who is GonNa be training me was my friend's little brother who was sixteen and a half years old and I was like twenty three and had a college degree and I was like. I'm not letting Tom's little brother boss me around. This is not happening not happening So I didn't take the job and I applied to law school because I was like well. If my education isn't getting getting me a good job now I must just need to get more education so I went to law school and then I was like wow I really doubling down on getting a job. I don't want it's really expensive. Have to learn how to do and as I was in law school I thought okay. I'm probably not going to be a lawyer for long. But when I was in high school I was able to sort sort of like take tests like take geometry tests sort of figure it out do find Gebbie whatever and then in law school. I was like wow. Everyone's really smart and everyone's a hard worker. And then when I finally got got to Wall Street I got a job on Wall Street was like Oh my God. Everyone smarter than me. Everyone's really hard working. I'M GONNA get fired for sure imposter syndrome right like I don't belong here. They don't know how dumb I am. Or whatever so I started to learn networking skills because I thought if I can bring business into the firm. Then they won't fire me so I have to learn networking networking skills. I started learning about body language. Vocal tonality eye contact the we you sit stand walk. Talk Charisma leadership all the stuff. Nobody was thinking about this in two thousand of in six especially some twenty six year old kid that was like forty year olds. Were worried about this stuff. A lot of people listening right now. Maybe thinking oh Jordan's is like super confident guy. He has the talk podcast in the world but she paint the picture of Whoa. You're like before you start doing all this training and skill development as Mimi sort of alluded to before I didn't really feel like I fit in in originally thought this was because my parents were gone. I watched a lot of TV. I'm an only child so maybe I didn't have as many social skills but looking back now. Is You say this and what we talked about before. It actually is because in part because yeah I was really curious so I'm sitting here in science class thinking thinking. What does that green box on the side of the road? I'M GONNA open that up after school and then I'd open it up and it would be all the phone lines in there and be like. What are these screws for? What if I attach a speaker to these screws? Can I hear people's phone calls answered by the ways. Yes I was doing things like that and of course all the other kids were like. Did you see the hockey game. Or they're like oh Nirvana's really really cool did you watch MTV yesterday. And I'm like no. I don't have cable just stuff like that or they're like. Hey let's go beat up Ben Holtzman after school and I'm like no Good read you know and I was just like I didn't fit in and I thought Oh man lights going to be hard for me because I don't WanNa beat up Ben Holtzman after school. What's wrong with me me now? Of course I look at them and they're all like Oh. Why do I have a job as a waiter and I'm forty one and I'm like well? Yeah you never really had to apply yourself. Your parents are rich like you didn't have to do anything so I look now at my guy didn't fit in because of many reasons some of which were probably that I was awkward but the other reasons were. I didn't think it was fun to go. Beat Ben Holtzman up after after school. That was the most boring destructive thing I could think of to do. I was not gonNa do that. Probably should have had a moral objection to it but whatever boys will be boys. I guess at that age but I really was like like there's more to life. Oh wait no. I'm the only one who feels this way so I'm just going to be lonely because I don't have brothers and sisters who feel the same way. So that was part part of the reason why I was like if I need to learn this networking thing I for sure have to handle the fact that I'm not even fitting in like a base level with most of the other people that it sounds like you're feeling because I think for coming to big city whether it be. La London Day feel it can be overwhelming. Yes competitive I've is pretty much Especially back then announce it attracts a lot of people who are trying to make it and so for yourself. How did you then sort developing new skills because I can understand? It can be overwhelming yet. How do I really make France Hardaway? Stand out how do I have. A girlfriend was uh some of the things that you were going through. And how did you then sorry and building up your skill set because I think many people including myself you know. I'm here because as you said I've also developing my skill set. So how did you applying at because what what was the early stage I think for many people. The reason they can't go to our next level of life is simply because it just stop. It's a fixed mindset. Oh I can't do it. That's it but seems like that even though you maybe weren't the infra some time you you saw way out and what was your entry was a special course the IPAD. Yeah actually actually I started to realize okay. Let me see if I can take networking classes. So I went to networking mixers which were the worst. It was like show up at the learning the annex. And there's like all these people who are like selling protein shakes and some multilevel marketing scheme and handing you their card at like is so thin that it curls up in your hand when you touch shit because the moisture you know. It's like a paper that they put it off themselves that afternoon and I was like These are good and then I took Dale Carnegie type classes and they were only okay but I remember one wakeup call for me was I was taking this networking class from some guy from some organization and the teacher was kind of this nerdy guy and I thought okay. He's probably look pretty smart. Like maybe he can teach me some networking stuff in all. He was teaching us was like really really basic. Like here's how you remember People's names and here's how you like visualize something thing that lets you remember their name. I was just like okay. We're spending a lot of time on memorizing names like I'm pretty sure that that's important but I also think with him in the Hi and have a firm handshake. I'm like if I don't get promotion. Is it because I don't have good eye contact or is because may handshakes enough. I don't think so. I think there's more to the story and then one day during that class and I don't mean to make fun of this guy but this really happened. I walked out of class and I saw him. It was during a break and I was going to the bathroom and he was on the phone. He's just like I just need a couple more days and I'll get get you the rent and I was just like Oh like can't even pay his ren which made me feel really bad for him but I was also like should I be learning life skills from this is guy who is doing extra work after his other job in his broke AF and can't afford his own rent like it's not good. I'm trying to get. Hey I don't have the same problems as guy. How's it going to help me with my problems? So and of course that's not always true like of course you can learn something from everyone but that really freaked me out. So I started to study. Psychology started to study body language and persuasion nonverbal communication and everything from like hypnosis Baloney to like physical neuroscience. Hi and stuff like that and that is what I was really interested in and that was what made me go like okay. I think I can start to get good at this. I started to get good at networking working in the in. The way that I did it was I went out alone by myself like six nights a week and I was talking with people it was it was not good for my lords. You like drinking and stuff but I was going to bars like because I was in college and Law School so I was like you know whatever but I started to come out of my shell a lot and and that was unique for me. I'd never actually been able to do that before. So that was a big change. And what was funny as I got asked to teach in networking class at my law school so I taught the network in class class and it was all women and I thought that's weird. I tried to get all my friends interested in body language and they were like whatever dude but women female friends. They were super interested. So I started you. Hang around with women teaching women and all the guys are like. Hey how come. There's like sixteen girls hanging out all the time and I was like. Oh I'm teaching body. Language nonverbal non verbal communication and guys. Were like yeah. Where do I sign up for your class and I was like? Oh just show up here here and here it would be like ten girls and three and then I realized Oh oh I WANNA get guys interested in this. I have to make dating related. Because that's all they care about at age twenty six twenty seven. They're trying to get the ladies. They're not trying to learn..

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on Marketing Above All

Marketing Above All

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on Marketing Above All

"So today's topic. Is this what you want to be known for and end. Or what is the category word or phrase that you WanNa own so let let me tell you where this came about so like a lot of you I was looking for a new the dentist and as I started to look around. I like to start with Google and I'll just type in in dentist near me which is where a lot of the local searches start for people looking for your products and services and as I started to then go through and do you my research on some of these different websites. I started to realize that a I mean a lot of these. Dentists were almost identical in terms of what they were offering. But I really just couldn't figure out if one specialized in a particular area so if I needed available appointments at last minute stuff because my schedule changes quickly so more of the I didn't want to call it executive level dentistry. Because that's not really what I'm aiming to mean but more along the lines of flexibility ability with scheduling. So where if you don't schedule out six months or eight months for example that you can still end up getting an appointment and that that kind of way my head was what I was looking for but obviously also you WanNa make sure that they're reputable and then I started down that rabbit hole inserted a think about a lot of the other local vendors and local companies and things like that that I use and the easiest one obviously to think oh is just home services so landscaping snow L. Plowing weeds. Everything related to I guess outdoors. The time of this recording. How winter will will be fast? I approaching in western New York so it won't be thinking about that stuff too much longer will be thinking about the snow side of things and ice and all of that not so great stuff but then I just continued to think deeper and deeper of places that off for birthday parties for example and almost everything locally in when I really start to to dig in deeper of how could these different businesses really separate themselves with the pact and from the pact and really start to show why. ABC Landscaping Company is a better choice than Joe Schmo landscaping company. Where if you put both of them head to head? The pricing was very similar. How could they really the be drastically different but still offer somewhat similar products or services? So where I'm headed with this that I want you to start thinking about your local business and I want you to really look at. What is that word or phrase his or category that you want to dominate in own in your local market? So let's walk through some examples like I love to do. I don't WanNa just say all go figure it out in and good luck. I mean that again is not my my style style here so this is a educational podcast about marketing. But it's an action oriented podcast. I want you taking action. So if we stuck with the dentist example and then I'll go back in through some other examples. Do you want to be known for owning ring the dentistry space while okay. But there's hundred other dentists in the area. What is that Word Word or phrase that your dental office wants to be known for it could be executive dentistry? Now you might be thinking well this. There's also a little bit on the lines of niching and part of it is along the lines of niching but this is really more more about your positioning in the marketplace. More about your branding but really about you. Also going all all in on a particular topic so that as we continue to roll out more and more marketing tactics and as you're grabbing these daily episodes and taking one thing from this week and next week. You're last week and you're looking at executing these different tactics. You want to make sure that you're not massively confusing the marketplace. You don't want to just be the dentist that's in that particular area now with medical. Obviously there's different specialties. As well wow so that that's fine but I wanNA make sure if that's the route you're going then you're all in on Xyz you're all in on Invis- align or braces you want to be known as has the local braces provider. But what else if there's fifty other businesses or twenty other dentists. That are specializing in braces in a local market. They can step back and really start to think about that. I tend to get the ideas from talking to current customers. Customers prospects are in this case patients. What makes us different? What were you looking for in a dentist? That was offering braces. And you start start to have those conversations and then you really start to can a dig deeper and deeper and deeper and often. That's where you will come up with that phrase now if you're on a global scale which is not really what we're preaching here at all. I designed this show this podcast for local goal marketing thinking well. Is that the nature the air that you want to own. I want to own local marketing. Now there are other people people that are aiming to own that and that's fine but I will out market and outworked them and I want to be known for the king when it comes to helping being businesses with local marketing. That's that that's what I WANNA own now. Often there are categories that you can also own so if I go to a completely different niche. We'll go back to home. Services are used. A company called Mosquito Joe to help a radically eight mosquitos does now. You could think that they're really in the past space that they want to own the category and not even pass but but mosquitoes the mosquitoes space K so they want to eliminate mosquitoes while A. There's a lot of other companies that can do that. So they took a drastically different approach and their whole brand in play. And the they're aiming to own is kind of their tagline line. Outside is fun again so they want to be the company that helps give you back time so that you're able to enjoy your backyard. They don't want to be known just as the mosquito people they want to be known and when you think of their brand as is the people that are allowing you to enjoy your backyard without having to worry about all those pesky mosquitoes if your decorating cakes do you wanna be the cake lady or the cake man but what else you want to produce the most extravagant cakes and that's what you WANNA own in your local market and I highly suggest this from a local marketing standpoint because rarely is there a case when I have not seen competition competition in a lot of markets you're not going to be the only bakery in town for example in a town one hundred people you're not going to be the only landscaping company or Snow Plowing Company or a dentist or your so. I always liked to push you back. I can push a little bit harder to see. How can we really start to differentiate yourself? How can we kind of Continue to niche down. But it's more of a branding place okay so that you can latch onto something and start to claim that space as your own. Yes should the local cake lady or or cake man or cake boss but your branding and your messaging and your website and your social media and Your Business Card in your flyers say something like most extravagant cakes guaranteed you want to be known not as the cake person but the extravagant extravagant cake person and that is what you are going to hang your hat on. Something that really can start to differentiate your business separate you from the packed with a heavy topic today. Think about it this one might take a few days to resonate but find something that you can own locally. Good morning good afternoon and good night see you tomorrow. Thank you for listening to this episode of marketing. Above all get out there make a change and take some action and hey don't forget to leave a five star review review until all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast. 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"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

"Set by an individual he says the case is now being investigated as an arson although few details were released about what led to that conclusion Jameson says the club was empty at the time so no one was hurt when the fire broke out Romero common use president trump says it's important change the trade policy the United States here he is at his speech this summer let me tell you something the world respects our country again even though the US and China reached a limited trade deal over the weekend businesses in western Washington are still feeling pressure from the trade dispute the news Tribune or reports to call a base northwest hardwoods faces steep tariffs on maple and alder the company blamed the terraces it issued a layoff notices at its Mount Vernon mill Washington state cabinet makers are also upset with China saying the country's dumping cheap goods on the market the roads you think should be plowed but aren't when we get a good snow star might get attention sooner com was Ryan Harris tells us about the plan up for discussion when there's snow all over king county it takes five days to get all the key routes for safety transit and arterials cleared but under the new proposal the county could add seventy miles to the five hundred eighty three miles to be plowed and do it in four days councilmember Reagan done says it's not realistic to expect all the road to be plowed day one but he says they can get better I mean if you really want to get give me a call the county could buy more trucks and hire more drivers but the most cost efficient way to do it appears to be an on call contract with the snow plow company which would provide the drivers and equipment for a fifty thousand dollar retainer and three hundred thousand when they join up with county plows the plan is before county council committee which could send it to the full council in a few weeks Brian Harris como news late Friday afternoon bowling announced it's splitting up the roles of C. E. O. and chairman come was Charlie harder tells us business experts are weighing in on the move Ford says it wants Dennis Mullen bird to focus on running the company so he remains CEO board member David Calhoun will become the new chairman just on the field is the associate dean for leadership studies at the Yale school of management and he spoke to CNBC about the move yeah I think this is a win win win I think this is a is a great move for Milberg is a great move for the board and is a great move for but I guess the fry in public and for investors you think that you should testify to gather to Congress at a scheduled hearing later this month Sonnenfeld thinks Millinder will best focus on sales and operations Calhoun were on regulatory issues as the company deals with the seven thirty seven MAX crisis Charlie harder como news companies time nine ten and the from the sports desk the Harley exteriors sports desk game three of the National League Championship tonight goes to the Washington nationals they beat the cardinals eight to one NFL Monday Night Football the Packers beat the lions twenty three to twenty two good news about an injured husky football player come was bill Schwartz is talking dogs are frightening moment in Tucson Saturday night as you dub linebacker and Jake to feast he collided with an Arizona player then stayed on the field in pain and distress team doctors took immediate precautions to immobilize his head and neck and took the redshirt freshman to a local hospital for tests Washington head coach Chris Peterson gave us a positive update about to feet see it today's press conference is Jay is doing well he came what is after the game yeah he he's doing well so I gotta figure out all this is significant stinger you know our doctors and trainers are so awesome in terms of how quickly they respond how careful they are was all those type of things I stinger is typically an impact injury to the neck causing a burning sensation sometimes loss of feeling in the arm Peterson says it does not appear to feces suffered a concussion Saturday's opponent Oregon suffered a major loss tight end Jake a brillant with the season ending leg injury the dogs and ducks meet at twelve thirty Saturday in Seattle bill Schwartz talking dogs on the home of the Huskies come on news it's iPhone season it's spread which to sprint and get a new I put a lot and I've done a lot of pro with the meeting on the camera systems and I.

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

"In a land corridor we stopped all traffic data through the anthrax and freight trains all traffic now is being positions and on the move this Malone is with BNSF since trains were running again by five PM the investigation into what caused the fire continues Kelly Bleier komo news a fire at a night club in Seattle's pioneer square neighborhood is now being called arson come was sewer marrow has the latest fire at Trinity night club on Occidental Avenue broke out just before three AM Seattle police detective mark Jameson says they worked with the fire department after the fire was put out investigators were able to determine that the fire was deliberately set by an individual he says the case is now being investigated as an arson although few details were released about what led to that conclusion Jameson says the club was empty at the time so no one was hurt when the fire broke out when they're come on news president trump says it's important to change the trade policy the United States here he is at a speech here this summer let me tell you something the world respects our country again and even though the US and China reached a limited trade deal over the weekend businesses in western Washington are still feeling pressure from the trade dispute the news Tribune reports to come a based northwest hardwoods faces steep tariffs on maple and alder the company blamed the terrorists as it issued layoff notices at its Mount Vernon mill Washington state cabinet makers are also upset with China saying the country is dumping cheap goods on the market the roads you think should be plowed but aren't when we get a good snowstorm might get attention sooner couples Ryan Harris tells us about the plan up for discussion there snow all over king county it takes five days to get all the key routes for safety transit and arterials cleared but under the new proposal the county could add seventy miles to the five hundred eighty three miles to be plowed and do it in four days councilmember Reagan done says it's not realistic to expect all the roads to be plowed day one but he says they can get better I mean if you really want the first thing you do is give me a call the county could buy more trucks and hire more drivers but the most cost efficient way to do it appears to be an on call contract with the snow plow company which would provide the drivers and equipment for a fifty thousand dollar retainer and three hundred thousand when they join up with county plows the plan is before county council committee which could send it to the full council in a few weeks Brian Harris como news gas prices here going up as prices in other places are dropping the website gasbuddy shows that prices in Seattle have gone up five cents over the past week meanwhile nationally prices have dropped two and a half cents right now the average price to fill up here in Washington state is three thirty five according to triple a experts say we could see some relief in the coming weeks come on his time is seven ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk game three the National League Championship going on right now top of the seventh the nationals leave the cardinal seven to nothing in an NFL Monday Night Football in the third quarter Detroit Lions a Green Bay it's tied thirteen thirteen and good news about an injured husky football player commas bill Schwartz is talking dogs how frightening moment in Tucson Saturday night as you dub linebacker and Jake to feast he collided with an Arizona player then stayed on the field in pain and distress team doctors took immediate precautions to immobilize his head and neck and took the redshirt freshman to a local hospital for tests Washington head coach Chris Peterson gave us a positive update about to feet see it today's press conference is Jay is doing well he came home with us after the game yeah he he's doing well so I got to hear about all see a significant stinger you know our doctors and trainers are so awesome in terms of how quickly they respond how careful they are was all those type of things stinger is typically an impact injury to the neck causing a burning sensation sometimes loss of feeling in the arm Peterson says it does not appear to feces suffered a concussion Saturday's opponent Oregon suffered a major loss tight end Jake a brillant with the season ending leg injury the dogs and ducks meet at twelve thirty Saturday in Seattle bill Schwartz talking dogs on the home of the Huskies come news well greens has great deals on the everyday essentials you need right.

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KOMO

"Here that has monitors they're going throughout the building checking on what the natural gas levels are each of those and that's how we make that determination of what the links to the weight there's no word of any injuries at this point however you should avoid that area for now we'll bring you more on this developing story as we get it a fire at a night club in Seattle's pioneer square neighborhood now being called an arson we go to come was to Romero the fire at Trinity night club on Occidental Avenue broke out just before three AM Seattle police detective mark Jameson says they worked with the fire department after the fire was put out investigators were able to determine that the fire was deliberately set by an individual he says the case is now being investigated as an arson although few details were released about what led to that conclusion Jameson says the club was empty at the time so no one was hurt when the fire broke out Romero como news the road you think I should be plowed but aren't when we get a good snow storm might get attention sooner come as Ryan Harris tells us about the plan up for discussion when there's snow all over king county it takes five days to get all the key routes for safety transit and arterials cleared but under the new proposal the county could add seventy miles to the five hundred eighty three miles to be plowed and do it in four days councilmember Reagan done says it's not realistic to expect all the road to be plowed day one but he says they can get better I mean if you really want to get give me a call the county could buy more trucks and hire more drivers but the most cost efficient way to do it appears to be an on call contract with the snow plow company which would provide the drivers and equipment for a fifty thousand dollar retainer and three hundred thousand when they join up with county plows the plan is before county council committee which could send it to the full council in a few weeks Brian Harris como news still to come on como oneill professor gives his take on the shake up at the top of Boeing had surely harder with the story three oh farmer in a rocking chair with our triple a traffic.

"snow plowing company" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One. John William show just sitting in lots stories today in the news. Really robusta Winston, obviously, what's happening Capitol Hill. We'll get to that. But a third President Trump unusually active on Twitter last night, which means really more than usual. He retweeted over sixty times about the firefighters union endorsing democrat, Joe Biden seem to really get under the president's skin. She's had union support in the past. But he also in this case went after union leadership looking via the head of the union with the rank and file membership something he's done in the past. When he doesn't like certain endorsements Biden his at a strong advocate. He's been a strong advocate for unions throughout his career going far as a union man in Pennsylvania. This is going to be an interesting part because we kinda saw this in Chicago with twenty preckwinkle and Lori Lightfoot where the endorsement of unions doesn't necessarily mean that the rank and file votes. In lockstep, whichever way that the union leadership goes, but in this case, and I would think that there would be more. I think there would be more confirmation about this. If rank and file membership or if the union leadership didn't pick a candidate that has such a long track record of supporting unions. Joe Biden is is not a it's not a new candidate. He's not someone who was flipped and said, oh, you know, I like unions now running for president. He's been Senator for decades, and he has always been union strong. So the interesting to see how this plays out and how the attacks from the president on union leadership will go over with firefighters specially on mayday today being may I which is day to celebrate the struggles of labor in this country. Here's a bizarre story for your campaign trail, this is from the campaign trail democrat candidate Pete. But a judge said that it's best that could on Monday a post published on medium made accusations of sexual assault. But by yesterday, the man whose name was on the blog post. He recanted saying it was made up. It was fake. It was pushed by conservative activists. The same ones who faked accusations against Robert Muller. Mayor Pete also denies any of it happened and said this is just a byproduct of running a presidential campaign. People will get nasty as that's terrible terrible story and one that you just hope. You just hope that these kind of stories just don't happen. Because obviously that clouds any sort of story that comes out where there are accusations. That are that are real or that are legitimate. That's a terrible thing. And this story, obviously, pay attention to it. Because. This hope that. Whoever is putting these kind of things out these conservative activists are held to a standard for this mayor elect Lori Lightfoot or sound she sure sounds like she started this job. It's mayor mayor Emanuel makes the rounds talking about his legacy mayor elect Lightfoot is talking about Chicago violence preparing for the summer. She's really pushing for the city and the police to be ready for the summer months starting Memorial Day. And she said that also the group of teens. Remember this came downtown during spring break she called in a missed opportunity that CPS should have done more to promote activities for the teens to do things while school was off that week. She's also not ruling out meeting with President Trump when she goes to Washington DC soon. So Lori Lightfoot active state, Senator present state Senate president John colored floating idea of eliminating the estate tax in Illinois. This would be a trade for lawmakers. Dope. Up to constitution, create a graduated income tax killing the state taxes usually idea back by Republicans. So somewhat surprising to see Democrats floating the idea, but it is horse-trading time. I guess city colleges that horse trading time yet. It's may I twenty eight and a half day you have called that out. So you're so wise, Mr. Bertran. Wait till may twenty eighth. Plenty of time. Plenty of City College staff goes on strike today. Not faculty but support staff and administrative employs over four hundred fifty them. They're demanding a living wage to union president Delors wither says nearly two thirds of our members earn less than the city's minimum wage and they can't afford health insurance. And at the same time salaries and chancellor's office have increased by nearly forty percent that's true bad optics. But they are on strike as of today at twelve noon. How about this? Gym of a story like this one, Steve the reason singer R Kelly didn't appear in court for a lawsuit because our Kelly can't read. That is the takeaway from his lawyers. So he didn't understand they said he didn't underseas has learning. Disability and didn't understand the summons. It was his lawyers who said that his lawyers to called him. They went on into story to say, we have we don't we don't think this lawsuit has any merit. So we've refused to be a part of it. Well, this is the one with the judge entering judgment against him. Yeah. So, but but the idea that they I mean, the really really state that he just didn't understand it, and he cannot read. So I guess that's where you go. When your clients are Kelly. I don't know what you make of that. I don't know. I I guess I buy a lot of flooding in Chicago several area roads under water also the river walk. I don't know. If you saw the pictures of the river walk the the the Chicago river's up over the stairs of the river. Walk today. This is a more rain expected to so could be a serious problem for roadways for basements in the area. The water taxis are flooded flooded out at the rivers too high for them to run his. Yeah. It's also when I saw the pictures, and maybe this is on me. And I just did a huge story on Earth Day and everything, but I'm just like, oh, man that's gonna receive at some point. And then what's left on the stairs? You know? What? When you when you go. I came in today on Kinsey, drove the bridge, and you could see that the river was really bloated with rainwater. He could just see it. And it had didn't have that that ever vest shine had that. This this water doesn't look right. It's kind of stirred up. This look like there's a lot of stuff in there that wasn't water. And that's what I mean by the effect is raising to to the top of the steps of what is considered to be one of the biggest tourist attractions downtown Chicago in the summer in the know is going to receive gotta get those power washes out come next week. Station back in the news concrete fell from the roof. Here's a good one. Nasa has terminated. They have sold. They were sold faulty aluminum in a scam. And it's the reason to missions to current mission failed. The rockets didn't launch they investigated this. And they found out that the aluminum sold by an organ company, a new to be faulty and they hid the records and covered it up to be able to get the sale to NASA. Wow. That's not what you wanna hear. You're talking about putting spacecraft into orbit or rockets, or whatever it might be that there are companies at our budget. Fudging the books. I mean, come on. What are you going to happen? It's one thing, you know, fake, if you're snow plow company or something. But if you're selling aluminum to the to NASA, I just it hurts to read that like there are so many things that could go wrong and not to mention human life and all that kind of stuff. Just to get a sale. I'm sure it's a big sale. Ron I'm sure if you're selling aluminum to NASA, you're getting a big payout. But. Yeah. Hopefully, they can figure out how to make sure companies aren't cooking the books on this stuff. And finally the cubs won a big one last night and Seattle the end the month of April three games above five hundred. So you give it to the cubs as they seem to be turning around a slow start and are now looking forward to a big series coming up against the cardinals at Wrigley field this weekend. More to come John Williams show coming up Phil tells going to join us talk about James beard week, and we will talk a little bit later, maybe in the two o'clock hour about the William bar testimony. That is on Capitol Hill as we speak. Stay with us..

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Coming up after the news. Got a couple of decent stories here about. This editor of this newspaper in Alabama got fired hear what he's talked about. What he said had something to do with the KKK. Of course. And speaking with so since we're on that topic, I guess eight Mississippi players kneeling during the national anthem over the weekend. I'll tell you why they did that. And then we got some more Jesse small at stuff apparently his hit the star of empire. Terrence Howard gave him a pretty good talking to the should have done. Maybe a few months ago. Too late buddy little too late. And then there's there's a weird kind of there's a conspiracy theory. But it's a theory of Weissmuller did what he did. And had nothing to do. They're saying with him getting more money. Well, wait till you hear this one. I think this was kind of a thrown out there by some conservative talk show host somewhere. I have to think because it just sounds like it that's where it would be coming from. Of course, that's something to do with the President Trump in there. Somehow. Right. So we'll do that coming up and speaking of jussie smollet so Charles Barkley and some of the guys on that TNT basketball shock, I think is on that show. Right. The two of them are so funny together, right? They they started goofing smollet on the on the show, and I guess the the guy who's running all the the main guy. I don't know what his name is. He was like burying his face in his hands because they couldn't stop the two from from going off on Jesse small at Charles Brock. What I like about him is that he doesn't hold anything in. Now, he doesn't care. But why would you care? What do you do fire me? So what you know? But he says what's on its mind. So we'll get into that. All right. So here's the story of a guy a kid, and I'll just let you guess how much money he made he's from Idaho. And I guess he went up to Seattle where they had major snowstorms. He's eighteen years old. His name is David halston. He owns a landscaping snow plowing company at eighteen nice. He was visiting his mom and Seattle for her birthday. And he brought along his plow equipment. Thanks to a friend suggested the saying, hey, listen man gonna go. Visit your mom up there in Seattle. They got a hell of a lot of snow, maybe while you visiting you can make a little money on the side. So he put up an allied Craigslist. When the storm started. And I guess I guess the phone kept ringing off the hook. I guess whatever. It was people looking at Craigslist 'cause they're trying to find someone to plow their their driveway or the street or whatever any guesses on how much he made in a few days in a few days. Ron. Three.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

The Good News Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on The Good News Podcast

"The. Hi, I'm calling your host for the good news podcasts. And I'm Neil. The other host. The good news podcast is your source for good news fund, stories auditory, delight and sonic joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago today, we have to tales from the wild west of the free market versed. Let's talk about snow in Seattle. It doesn't snow there. All too often. But in early February, they got waft David Holsten is an eighteen year old from Idaho. Who's visiting his mom when the snow storm hit in Idaho. He owns a landscaping and snow plowing company, a friend of his suggested, he bring his snow plowing equipment to Seattle. And boy, oh boy did that payoff. David place ad on Craigslist and people paid upwards to seven hundred fifty dollars an hour to get shoveled out of snow over the course of four days David made thirty five thousand. Nd dollars. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. There's a lot to say there's a goodly sum of money right there. I think there's a couple of things going through my brain one. I think the trick to being successful snow person. Snowplow person is to keep an eye on the weather, and and go to where snow hits no hits places that is uncommon because people freak out. Tori on money. Snow flower. Yeah. Yeah. He would not nobody in Maine would pay anybody. Ten dollars an hour to shovel their snow. David says nobody seemed to mad about paying that much. They were just glad to be freed. Speaking of snow will jump over to Canada. Now planned up Seles it's impossible to repair voided warranties. These are just some of the road bucks. Standing in the way. When tech you use brakes or you drop your phone in the toilet down that I haven't. Waiting for the moment. I can tell you exactly how it happens. If I dropped my phone in an empty toilet. I would not have an issue with that. If I drop my phone into moist poop than I will have to. Yeah. That's I think everybody feels that way. I feel like in the movies. It's always just like somebody knocked fun into the empty toilet. And I'm like that doesn't bother me at all. Well, you don't wanna get your phone wet, no matter what? 'cause stop working almost mmediately. Yes. Basically what you're saying is like if your phone falls into a new toilet water. That's totally fine with you. It might even be better for it short in Ontario. Canada. Legislators are about to start looking at the consumer's right to repair retro pair legislation has been talked about for a longtime. But no government in North America has officially past anything yet. Basically, the legislation makes it a legal requirement that individuals and independent professionals are able to make repairs to computers and phones without sending it back to the manufacturer in the Bill manufacturers would need to make manuals available to consumers as well. As parts at a fair. Price if anything like this passes, it could mean a sea of change for companies like apple and not just in Canada. It has the potential to change things repaired. Or even if things are repaired all around the globe. And that's good for the consumer good for the wallet and good for the earth. Patagonia hosts workshops to teach you how to repair your jackets. I think that's genius genius. It's goodwill for the company. It's good for the person who owns a jacket. Yeah. And it's good for the world. Yeah. They're pushing their reduce reuse Helio. So they would be on board with this. Another person who'd be on board with this as my dad. That's exactly what I wanted. Yeah. Rich has repaired quite a mini. I phones in his day. What what's the most common reason people in your family of broken phones? Oh, just Janelle dropping like a drop a hard drop. I mean, he's ordered new screens. He's fix shattered screens. It's getting harder and harder. Yeah. Gotta pass this rhetoric parallel jubilation in the US for years. He kept repairing the washer dryer. Oh, yeah. Just kept getting that kept tinkering with that thing getting a going. It is very satisfying fix a large applying a larger plants. I fixed dryer I felt like superman very pleased with myself. She's okay. This is PG. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news incredible? Or maybe wanna tell us a joke or idea? Excellent Email us at Hello at the good news, podcasts dot FM or leaves a voicemail at seven seven three two one seven zero one five six you can also tweet us at the good news pot and follow us on Instagram too. And if you love the good news podcasts think about supporting us on our Pitron page. Most of our music is by putting bear.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Go ahead. Please. How can you tell if a B is on the phone because you get a buzzy signal? Stupid telephone joke. Friday. This is my head. Instagram, Brian Sussman show. Jill looking for that seven seven follower. Now, he's up to eight now update now. Keeps getting some traction. They're coming in coming in such a. Kellyanne. You know, there was a story that you talked about top of the hour. This is the tesla story. So it'll be interesting to see just look at it. The stock futures. Let me see what's going on with tesla. Shocking having reliability issue. Yeah. They. Let's see one case. A tesla was down a bit yesterday. But I don't know I can't figure out this stock. I obviously, I don't have the the the brains to figure out why the stock is so hot and also why they have the valuation. They have money guys in the valley are probably scratching your head as well. But consumer reports is no longer recommending the tesla model three after receiving a large number of complaints from its members about this sedans reliability. No surprise to us be talking about Tesla's for a long time here on the program. No surprise, just we have a lot of people listening to the program and work at tesla. Good for you, a lot of people listening who have stock and tesla. Okay. It's been probably pretty good stock. We have listeners who drive the Tesla's your choice, but we have heard from quite a few of you. We've opened up the lines of few times talk about your tesla. And the problems you've experienced Ben. I'd never heard somebody. Well, put it this way. Wicked call up bucket. Gimme all the problems. You've ever had with your ultimate give me a right now. How about your Honda to pilot? Give me a call right now. How many problems we've done the same thing with tesla? And it's like the lines jam up. We've had everything from a couple of people calling in with the identical problem of suddenly the accelerator just depresses one guy wound up into the side of a Starbucks. I think he receives the parking and he worked up at the site of a Starbucks all of a sudden the thing took off and decided to take him into Starbucks that we've had just a myriad of people complaining, they they love their tesla. But they don't like it when it breaks down. So okay. Whatever Quebec's Subaru reports is no longer recommending now. This is a big deal would consumer reports ways in steps on your vehicle, so they're no longer recommending the tesla model three too many complaints. So problems include paint and trim quality. I don't know what that entails. Faulty infotainment system displays they've got the biggest infotainment system display of. I mean, you you want to distract driver. Just look at that in display. Movie theater ipad. That's the center console. It's I mean, it's I mean, you know, guys love shiny objects to me. That's like, whoa. That is cool. Yeah. Something else to keep you from looking at the road. Yes. So I can just put it at autopilot. And I can this thing. Yeah. So tackling stupid though. So these Tesla's up all the people not operating them. In most cases, this Jake Fisher, senior director of auto testing, a consumer reports in most cases reliability issues will undermine satisfaction. Wow. Jake, really, you're kidding me. Is that how it works reliability issues undermine satisfaction? While breaking news. But then he goes on to say, but what a vehicle has an enthusiastic following. Well, it is. It's a cult following. Yeah. Paulie, he said, but what a vehicle has an enthusiastic following tesla. Odors may overlook some issues, you know, it's it's true. It's true. We've seen this with other vehicles such as the Jeep Wrangler Chevrolet, corvette. But that is that is so true. I mean, how many cars I've had a lot of vehicles over the years. I don't know what it's been like with you guys. But there had been a few cars I bought where there was definitely a downside to the vehicle. But I wanted it so much. I just bought it. Anyway. Okay. I've been part of the Honda Colt for too long to remember girls have a different approach to vehicles. I think yeah, I get you want. What do you want? You want practicality? Ability ability practicality safety. Yeah. So I. For the reason the back in the vacuums that we buy right? So I've had a few of these over the years. It's like, okay. Well, I know there was this one little drawback, but what the car so much any. Well, just get it. So that's the deal with the tesla consumer reports dropping tesla model three recommendations do to reliability issues. Some of the other stories will get you later this morning. We've got we've got a kind of coach was discovered. This was the the volleyball coach who was stealing his players underwear female volleyball coach sees a little bit of pervy. We gotta pervy Perv in the house. We've got the guy who stole a Pepsi truck. Stories. That's practical got a man who got upset and threw a toilet. Okay. Got to Florida mayor. This is a wild story of Florida. Male may mayor who is being busted by swat team for for a drug bust, Florida mayor involved in a drug bust. Oh, wow. How Florida of them in the Florida mayor decides to take out a gun start shooting? He's lucky eating killed by swat team. Oh, got that story for you that I love this one. This is up in Idaho, Idaho, teenager. He had a snow. He's got a snowplow. He's eighteen year old kid. He owns a landscaping and snow plow company. So he's like, I don't know if he maybe never went to school. Well, put this way, you're eighteen years old. And you've got a business landscaping and snow plowing don't go to college. Do not go to college. Doing well right now in a waste money and time if you go to college you're doing it on and I'll tell you why. Okay. I'll tell you why in four days they had a big big snowstorm up in court, Elaine and in four days this kid made thirty five thousand dollars snow plowing. So that's what I'm saying. Do not even go to college you figured it out. Wow. Good for him. What a stud. So that's that's a good story. We'll get to that. There's more to the story than just that Bush. We'll we'll save that for a little bit later four eight zero eight fifty six hundred but wait, there's more. And then we've got a lot of talk still about this look at this. We've got forty one minutes into the show. We haven't talked about small at actor Jesse small at, but we will the very next segment coming up on castle. Plus, katie's traffic. Stay tuned..

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"With Amy Lawrence. Final few minutes here on the show this week. And of course this morning. So hope you're looking forward to the weekend and to have some fun plans. Very often when I travel I'm sure it's this way for you to your kind of in your own bubble. And you're not necessarily tuned in to the news. And what else is happening in my case around the sports world. Whatever industry you happen to be in. I was pretty disconnected while I was inside the arena last night and wasn't paying attention. A whole lot to social media when I got to work right away. I was trying to catch up on the NBA. And I didn't realize until hours later about the sad news coming from Red Sox Red Sox spring training. Excuse me. For those of you. Who know the Red Sox the media or just baseball in general you've heard the name, Nick cafardo? He was a member of the Boston Globe staff and not only was there national baseball insider, but was a columnist who. He'd been covering the sport. And the Red Sox for decades. He he joined the globe back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. And he was already in the business at the time working for the patriot ledger. I met him when he was a member of the globe staff. I was working locally in providence. And I would cover the Red Sox and and go to Fenway park for a lot of their home games. But over the course of the last I mean, we're talking about fifteen years of my career. Now, I've had him on my various radio shows more than once. And he's always so kind the the consummate professional, but in addition to that he was one of those members of the media that I never felt stupid asking a question. He I remember being Fenway park a few times and not really knowing what I was doing when I was first trying to get get acclimated, and he was always a person with whom I felt comfortable asking questions. He's. He's just so for me. Anyway, he so synonymous with the Red Sox. I don't know the Red Sox without Nick cafardo because he's been part of of their media and part of. Part of their fabric for so long. And I know I'm not the only one that feels this way. And unfortunately, he had an embolism at spring training on Thursday. And even though they attempted to revive him at spring training at the park. Members of the Red Sox medical team, they were not successful. And he died at age sixty two. And so I was stunned by the news and really sad. Of course. He's one of the good guys at consummate professional like I said in so diligent at his craft. I always learn something when I talked to him on the air, or when I read one of his columns, and so I'm thinking about his I know of a sun for sure thinking about the rest of his family members, and his friends, and and just how sudden life and death can happen, and how quickly everything can change and everything can can feel different no doubt. Because of how long he is. He was in the business, and how kind he was how many friends he made how many people looked up to him. This is a death in a piece of news that will have ripple effects throughout the sport. I know the Red Sox themselves issued a statement mourning the loss of nickel Fardeau so thinking of him and his family this morning. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. A lot of you fighting me on Twitter this morning a law radio. And also, I put the pictures up from Pittsburgh well inside the arena, including the Stanley Cups on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence. Same thing. I just saw this story actually pop up with social media. And I thought in light of one of our big big topics tonight. One of the reasons why so many of you have called or have reached out is because we're talking about the NBA lowering the age of draft eligibility to eighteen so right now it's nineteen which means most guys have to go to college for a year. But the whole one in done rule is changed the landscape of college basketball right now here the NBA is saying we are seriously. Working toward a way to to lower that to drop at age back down. So we're talking about teenagers making money, and we had one caller who pointed out tennis players and golfers and gymnasts, they can all go pro in their sports without having to even finish highschool or college, and that's true. That is true. Not the same kind of stage and in most of those sports not the same kind of money either. Now, obviously in golf when you win the biggest events like say Jordan speeds, you make money right away. But but gymnasts and tennis players sometimes there's like a longer learning curve, but they do have the option of going pro. So we're about teenagers being allowed to compete or work in whatever field. They choose and this story popped up from the Weather Channel. So Jim cantore. What am I favor? It follows on Twitter, and he tweeted this link a northern Idaho. Teen claims he made thirty five thousand dollars. In four days by ploughing in Seattle dearly during snowstorms earlier this month. So again, he's from Idaho. And he went to Seattle, and he offered to plow for those people who were stuck in the snowstorms. He put an ad on Craigslist. Actually, he's eighteen years old. He owns a landscaping and snow plowing company in his hometown. But he was in Seattle for for family members birthday. And somebody mentioned they were going to have snow, and so he took his plowing equipment with him in Saudi. He would stay awhile. And when the storm started he pops and ad on Craigslist. And he claims that his phone rang constantly now, here's the kicker. This is crazy. You guys have to tell me would you pay? Even if you were desperate, would you pay seven hundred fifty dollars an hour for someone to plow for you? Whoa. I mean Seattle residents must be doing really. Well. So according to the Weather Channel, they did a bunch of comparisons on other websites and other websites charge. You about one hundred and ten dollars an hour. Maybe as high as four hundred dollars an hour. So what this young man, David is his name was charging at seven hundred fifty dollars an hour, in some cases was exorbitant. But he said his customers didn't mind they were just glad to have someone to plow. Maybe it makes me cheap. I prefer frugal. There is absolutely no way. I would pay someone three quarters of a grand seven hundred fifty thousand seven hundred fifty dollars and that's for an hour. To plow. Just let me pull the shovel out of my. Gosh. That's that's convenience. We are in an age of instant gratification to be sure, but it's not so gratifying when you have to write a check like that. Anyway, that's like I said I caught my eye because we're talking about teenagers being able to make money so eight five five two one two four two two seven that's.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Minutes here on the show this week. And of course this morning. So I hope you're looking forward to the weekend and to have some fun plans. Very often when I travel I'm sure it's this way for you to your kind of in your own bubble. You're not necessarily tuned in to the news. And what else is happening in my case around the sports world. Whatever industry you happen to be in. I was pretty disconnected while I was inside the arena last night and wasn't paying attention. A whole lot to social media when I got to work right away. I was trying to catch up on the NBA. And I didn't realize until hours later about the sad news coming from Red Sox Red Sox spring training. Excuse me. For those of you. Who know the Red Sox the media or just baseball in general you've heard the name, Nick cafardo? He was a member of the Boston Globe staff and not only was there national baseball insider, but with a columnist who. He'd been covering the sport. And the Red Sox for decades. Mean he he joined the globe back in nineteen eighty nine. And he was already in the business at the time working for the patriot ledger. I met him when he was a member of the globe staff, and I was working locally in providence. And I would cover the Red Sox and go to Fenway park for a lot of their home games. But over the course of the last I mean, we're talking about fifteen years of my career. Now, I've had him on my various radio shows more than once. And he's always so kind the con- the consummate professional, but in addition to that he was one of those members of the media that I never felt stupid asking a question. He I remember being Fenway park a few times and not really knowing what I was doing when I was first trying to get get acclimated, and he was always a person with whom I felt comfortable asking questions. He's. He's just so for me. Anyway, he so synonymous with the Red Sox. I don't know the Red Sox without Nick cafardo because he's been part of of their media in part of. Part of their fabric for so long. And I know I'm not the only one that feels this way. Unfortunately, he had an embolism at spring training on Thursday. And even though they attempted to revive him at spring training at the park. Members of the Red Sox medical team, they were not successful. And he died at age sixty two. And so I was stunned by the news and really sad. Of course. He's one of the good guys at consummate professional like I said so diligent at his craft. I always learn something when I talked to him on the air, or when I read one of his columns, and so I'm thinking about his I know of a sun for sure think-i about the rest of his family members, and his friends, and and just how sudden life and death can happen, and how quickly everything can change and everything can can feel different and no doubt. Because of how long he is. He was in the business, and how kind he was how many friends he made how many people looked up to him. This is a death in a piece of news that will have ripple effects throughout the sport. I know the Red Sox themselves issued a statement mourning the loss of Nick afar so thinking of him and his family this morning. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. A lot of you fighting me on Twitter this morning a law radio. And also, I put the pictures up from Pittsburgh inside the arena, including the Stanley Cups on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence. Same thing. I just saw this story actually pop up with social media. And I thought in light of one of our big big topics tonight. One of the reasons why so many of you have called or have reached out is because we're talking about the NBA lowering the age of draft eligibility to eighteen so right now it's nineteen which means most guys have to go to college for a year. But the whole one in done rule is changed the landscape of college basketball right now here the NBA is saying we are seriously. Working toward a way to to lower that to drop at age back down. So we're talking about teenagers making money, and we had one call or who pointed out tennis players golfers and gymnasts, they can all go pro in their sports without having to even finish highschool or college, and that's true. That is true. Not the same kind of stage and in most of those sports not the same kind of money either. Now, obviously in golf when you win the biggest events like say, Jordan. You make money right away. But gymnasts and tennis players sometimes there's a longer learning curve, but they do have the option of going pro. So we're talking about teenagers being allowed to compete or work in whatever field. They choose and this story popped up from the Weather Channel. So Jim can Tori. What am I favor? It follows on Twitter, and he tweeted this link a northern Idaho. Teen claims he made thirty five thousand dollars in four days by ploughing in Seattle dearly during snowstorms earlier this month. So again, he's from Idaho. And he went to Seattle, and he offered to plow for those people who were stuck in this dorms. He put an ad on Craigslist. Actually, he's eighteen years old. He owns a landscaping and snow plowing company in his hometown. But he was in Seattle. For for family members birthday. And somebody mentioned that we're going to have snow and so he took his plowing equipment with him in Saudi. He would stay awhile. And when the storm started. He pops an ad on Craigslist. And he claims that his phone rang constantly now, here's the kicker. This is crazy. You guys have to tell me would you pay? Even if you were desperate, would you pay seven hundred fifty dollars an hour for someone to plow for you? Whoa. I mean Seattle residents must be doing really. Well. So according to the Weather Channel, they did a bunch of comparisons on other websites and other websites will charge you about one hundred and ten dollars an hour. Maybe as high as four hundred dollars an hour. So what this young man, David is his name was charging at seven hundred fifty dollars an hour in some cases with exorbitant. But he said his customers didn't mind they were just glad to have someone to plow. Maybe it makes me cheap. I prefer frugal. There is absolutely no way. I would pay someone three quarters of a grand seven hundred fifty thousand seven hundred fifty dollars and that for an hour. To plow. Just let me pull the shovel out of my garage. That's convenience. We are in an age of instant gratification to be sure, but it's not so gratifying when you have to write a check like that. Anyway, that's like I said I caught my eye because we're talking about teenagers being able to make money so eight five five two one two four two two seven that's.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"After hours with Amy Lawrence. Final few minutes here on the show this week. And of course this morning. So I hope you're looking forward to the weekend and to have some fun plans. Very often when I travel I'm sure it's way for you to your kind of in your own bubble in you're not necessarily tuned in to the news. And what else is happening in my case around the sports world. Whatever industry you happen to be in. I was pretty disconnected while I was inside the arena last night and wasn't paying attention. A whole lot to social media when I got to work right away. I was trying to catch up on the NBA. And I didn't realize until hours later about the sad news coming from Red Sox Red Sox spring training. Excuse me. For those of you. Who know the Red Sox the media or just baseball in general you've heard the name, Nick cafardo? He was a member of the Boston Globe staff and not only was there national baseball insider, but was a columnist who. He'd been covering the sport. And the Red Sox for decades. He he joined the globe back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. And he was already in the business at the time working for the patriot ledger. I met him when he was a member of the globe staff, and I was working locally in providence. And I would cover the Red Sox and go to Fenway park for a lot of their home games. But over the course of the last I mean, we're talking about fifteen years of my career. Now, I've had him on my various radio shows more than once. And he's always so kind the con- the consummate professional, but in addition to that he was one of those members of the media that I never felt stupid Afghan a question. He I remember being Fenway park a few times and not really knowing what I was doing when I was first trying to get get acclimated, and he was always a person with whom I felt comfortable asking questions. He's. He's just so for me. Anyway, he so synonymous with the Red Sox. I don't know the Red Sox without Nick Ardo because he's been part of their media in part of. Part of their fabric for so long. And I know I'm not the only one that feels this way. Unfortunately, he had an embolism at spring training on Thursday. And even though they attempted to revive him at spring training at the park. Members of the Red Sox medical team, they were not successful. And he died at age sixty two. And so I was stunned by the news and really sad. Of course. He's one of the good guys at consummate professional like I said in so diligent at his craft. I always learn something when I talked to him on the air, or when I read one of his columns, and so I'm thinking about his son for sure thinking about the rest of his family members, and his friends, and and just how sudden life and death can happen, and how quickly everything can change and everything can can feel different no doubt. Because of how long he is. He was in the business, and how kind he was how many friends he made how many people looked up to him. This is a death in a piece of news that we'll have ripple effects throughout the sport. I know the Red Sox themselves issued a statement mourning the loss of nickel Fardeau so thinking of him and his family this morning. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. A lot of you fighting me on Twitter this morning a law radio. And also, I put the pictures up from Pittsburgh inside the arena, including the Stanley Cups on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence. Same thing. I just saw this story actually pop up with social media. And I thought in light of one of our big big topics tonight. One of the reasons why so many of you have called or have reached out is because we're talking about the NBA lowering the age of draft eligibility to eighteen so right now it's nineteen which means most guys have to go to college for a year. But the whole one in done rule is changed the landscape of college basketball right now here the NBA saying we are seriously. Working toward a way to to lower that to drop at age back down. So we're talking about teenagers making money, and we had one caller who pointed out tennis players golfers and gymnasts, they can all go pro in their sports without having to even finish highschool or college, and that's true. That is true. Not the same kind of stage and in most of those sports not the same kind of money either. Now, obviously in golf when you win the biggest events like say Jordan speeds, you make money right away. But gymnasts and tennis players sometimes there's like a longer learning curve, but they do have the option of going pro. So her debut teenagers being allowed to compete or work in whatever field. They choose and this story popped up from the Weather Channel, Jim Ken, Tori. What am I favor? It follows on Twitter, and he tweeted this link a northern Idaho. Teen claims he made thirty five thousand dollars. In four days by ploughing in Seattle during snowstorms earlier this month. So again, he's from Idaho. And he went to Seattle, and he offered to plow for those people who were stuck in the snow storms. He put an ad on Craigslist, actually. He's eighteen years old. He owns a landscaping and snow plowing company in his hometown. But he was in Seattle for for family members birthday. And somebody mentioned they were going to have snow, and so he took his plowing equipment with him in Saudi. He would stay awhile. And when the storm started he pops an ad on Craigslist, and he claims that his phone rang constantly now, here's the kicker. This is crazy. You guys have to tell me would you pay? Even if you were desperate, would you pay seven hundred fifty dollars an hour for someone to plow for you? Whoa. I mean Seattle residents must be doing really. Well. So according to the Weather Channel, they did a bunch of comparisons on other websites and other websites. We'll charge you about one hundred and ten dollars an hour. Maybe as high as four hundred dollars an hour. So what this young man, David is his name was charging at seven hundred fifty dollars an hour, in some cases was exorbitant. But he said his customers didn't mind they were just glad to have someone to plow. Maybe it makes me cheap. I prefer frugal. There is absolutely no way. I would pay someone three quarters of a grand seven hundred fifty thousand seven hundred fifty dollars and that's for an hour. To plow. Just let me pull the shovel out of my garage. That's that's convenience. We are in an age of instant gratification to be sure, but it's not so gratifying when you have to write a check like that. Anyway, that's like I said I caught my eye because we're talking about teenagers being able to make money so eight five five two one two four two two seven that's.

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"snow plowing company" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"On. Up next ladder. And plus you now. Today. That's my us. So I think it's good to let loose of that. You know, we don't want that around us. Yeah. You don't want that around? I was just reading the other screw tape letter chapter ten yesterday talking about CS Lewis talking about you gotta be careful who you surround yourself with birds of the feather. And that's why you and I are downright flocking together. You know what I'm saying? Right. Of course. Yes. Three of us are going to do. You know, it's also good about getting rid of miles is he's a he's a millennial. The worst kind. He's millennials. I'll tell you. You're not on the millennium. I would never work with a millennial miles. I think that's who's going to be your next producer. Well. With all the money. We're offering think we'll get some. One guy told me he said, I'll work with you. If you pay me another twenty thousand dollars. If you if you pay mild salary, plus twenty grand, I'll quit my job and work for you. Twenty grand. Yeah. I'd stay. Another twenty thousand. We all thinking about millennials because we're going to quote here. I was just curious. I am I gonna give maybe three minutes five minutes sometime in the show to kind of set the record straight or are. We just gonna well actually we can do that. Now, if you want because I got an Email from someone here second ago wondering when you are able to tell us which recreational marijuana dispensary, you're going to be working at my girlfriend to she. She said today because they sent out an internal memo, and it was kind of a vague memo. He's going on to do a new opportunity, and she said all sorts of things I should say, I was moving to Mexico. Surf instructor. Pursuing mayo modeling. The big ones. But I mean, you gotta make money, right? So sure recreational marijuana dispensary. Exactly. So are you able to tell is that one? I have to hold off on urban leaf. But I mean, if you wanna go no how there's also there's the guy on the corner of Clermont Mesa. I don't know which way you come to workout Clermont Mesa, and what's the other road their convoy? Yeah. Ish roughing, I don't know one of those. Convoy convoy. We're told the story of this guy before there has to be an adult themed bookstore. Couple couple of doors down meal. God didn't know the name of it. Sure. Everybody does this guy their signs banners? Oh, Dolton Pori. We've told the story before because the first day he was there. He just stood there. And for months, he just stood there with the sign saying pointing this way. And then one day another sign spinner was on the opposite side of the street for some apartment complex, and he was like a professional spit in the air and flip it around and doing all these crazy like Olympic quality tricks, and he did like a triple sow. Wow. Triple double toeloop us, pretty good. I didn't even know what that is. But it's great. So he was doing that. And then the next day dry by the guy starts spending it. Spin it. Now, there's other guys professional guy. He was just if the money too, right? It's hard in exactly rested. Miles. But now the poor guy. He's got he's like every day on the side doing his thing. Unfortunately. He he's cashed on his trust fund. So he's gone now miles can't cash in on his trust fund until he turns thirty so he's got a couple of years here. And until then he's going to be spinning the sign convoy close by so. If you see me. And I'm usually kind of in that neighborhood not at the store. Great Chinese restaurant. Lunch buffet. Wow. Really something those wings. So you want to say something, and I'll seriousness which is not not now. But in the next hour. I was set the record straight. I'm still alive. Still be in San Diego. Yeah. Yeah. So we could do that. I was just wondering at some point if not we'll get Lou leave it open. You're the one who is truly invested in the show. What do you think we should do, you know, we're partners now? Yeah. Well, I think we for about sixty seconds of airtime. Pretty sizable amount of money certainly do that. I mean, we could we could work something out fair. Okay. Well, tell you what during the break. We'll be Busta. Created. And we'll work it out work out. Workout a price and Myers. Next segment. It can be all yours because in all seriousness. Eric, I have a nice thing. I'm going to say later, this is. This is. Yeah. I was gonna do it at two fifteen. We can wait to the last hour. I'll let you guys get it all out. That's very kind of you to let us. Yeah. Emeritus out the door. Maybe I'll do it to that way. We'll do we'll get the heartfelt stuff out of the way. And then we come back for two more segments of slamming. Okay. All right. Let's do that. All right. This is what miles you get the next segment. And then I got it. Do you have any? Giving them away something. Okay. Do a little thing. And then we'll come back hard on last time. This is great very exciting. One eight hundred seven sixty K FM one hundred seven sixty five three six to ten in white. Epstein a white has a social security seminar coming up next week. I will be there on Tuesday. Back it up. One of the days is Tuesday, February twenty six I will be there Wednesday, February twenty seventh miles will be there. None of the days he doesn't work here anymore. Again loyalty. Making the coin. So I'll be there on Wednesday. So let's see there give you a free copy my book, how to change someone's mind side for hang out for a while. But the real meat of the workshop is David Stein, Bradley, white, and they're gonna tell all about social security, what you need to know about social security to get as much of your money back as possible money that the government truly has been taken from you every single paycheck of your of your working life thinking about that every single paycheck. They been taking a pretty sizable percentage of it with this promise that they're going to get back to you. But the deal is they there's all these different variables at play that if you don't make the right decision on they're not going to give as much of a back. How can I how can there be wouldn't you think it'd be standard like here? Like here. It is. Here's what we've taken from all your life. Here's what we're giving you back. It's not like that. David Epstein, Bradley, white. They're going to walk you through and everyone has a little different situation, and they'll be able to account for everyone. Eight five eight five six four eighty thirty six it's next Tuesday or Wednesday. I will be there on Wednesday eight five eight five six four eighty thirty six to reserve a seat could also register online to Epstein and white dot com. Jim Shaw, Oregon headlines a Coast Guard, Lieutenant accused of being a white supremacists who stockpile guns and compiled a hit list of prominent Democrats is in federal custody today. Forty nine year old Christopher Hassan was arrested on gun and drug charges. But prosecutors say those offenses are the proverbial tip of the iceberg. A judge has imposed a full gag order on Trump confidante Roger stone after he posted a photo on Instagram of the judge with what appeared to be crosshairs of a gun US district. Judge Amy Berman Jackson said stone would pose a danger to others in the case. If she didn't institute the order, the judge had already issued an. In order limiting comments in the case. A northern Idaho. Teenager says he made thirty five thousand dollars in four days by charging as much as seven hundred fifty dollars an hour to plow the snow during the early February snowstorms in Seattle. Eighteen year old David halston owns a landscaping and snow plowing company in quarterlane, Idaho..

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

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"snow plowing company" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"And more on monday good morning tom busbee good morning evan stocks begin the day with the down the s and p five hundred add fresh all time highs and the tech every now is that just a few points behind its own record close yesterday the dow shut up two hundred ninety seven points than as the cubs sixty on games and just about everything except bio tech and healthcare investors today get another reading on the us labor market with first time job was claimed for last week and freddy mack is out with weekly mortgage rates they're expected to be at a two year high leaders of the european central bang meeting in germany today on monetary policy and they may have an interest rate hike of their own for europe airlines for america's out with it's winter holiday travel forecast and it's the grand opening of the one to have billion dollar am gm national harbor luxury casino just outside a dc today are right thank you tom a class action lawsuit but african american workers charge discrimination against black's especially black males in evaluations compensation and promotions at sea and then it's apparent turner and time warner it is twenty five past and time to check entertainment hello chuck rich good morning evan i don't usually get this as a tear at but i haven't norwegian line which film but then action film a comedy it's really good any came out i don't video today it may be that hard to find the star is still them scars guard who's been in goodwill hunting in the four movies another things it's called in order of disappearance that's the english language title it's about our regular guy who runs a snow plow company in a remote part of norway he is swedish but they welcome him he's up a pillar the community gets a citizen of the year award regular got but suddenly things change his son is murdered as a result of that people would drug dealers he had nothing to do with them but they cut i want to know witnesses etcetera his son is killed this regular.

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