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"tequila industry" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Say the money Disincentivize is people to return to work because, in some cases their act Really earning more money by staying home. There's also this concern you guys of the economic impact because economists worry that cutting off those benefits will have a very negative impact on the economy, which, of course, is already very fragile due to Kobe, 19. So there's a lot of issues to consider a lot going on. We're going to continue to watch what happens in Washington. And of course, we'll bring you any developments on that as they come through. All right, bad vibes, man. The news just keeps getting worse and worse. Hopefully they'll do something. There because we need to keep those benefits man. We need the Bennies on that one right Recall with Santa hand sanitizer. More than 75 hand sanitizer products have been recalled. I do Teo Danger warnings about dangerous sanitizer. More than 75 different hand sanitizers air now being recall because they have tested positive for a toxic chemical called methanol or wood alcohol. The FDA says it can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested. If ingested. It can even be life threatening. Yeah, you need ethanol, not methanol. We have a full list posted at ABC seven Chicago. Come on. Now. You remember that ethanol maybe E before? M? I don't know. But methanol let sounds like math, math and all that's bad vibes. So stay with methadone. A lot of those the Stanton hand sanitizers that air coming up from other countries. They're the ones with the bad. No methanol alcohol. And that could kill you. So you know you're trying to save your life by hand using hand sanitizer and turns around wipes you out kind of ironic, right? Nationally, we are looking at a possible and not if e of its national Tequila Day. And tequila sales are going through the roof. They're one stay in home Life. The national champion. Mexico's tequila industry generates annual sales of $1.6 billion its biggest export market, United.
"tequila industry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From ABC news I'm Brian Clark the White House may be taking new steps to try to contain a possible covert nineteen outbreak after two White House staffers with close access to president trump tested positive for the virus details from ABC's Karen Travers in Washington sources tell ABC there may be more mask wearing among White House aides warrant for social distancing as well as ramped up testing there's a list of over a dozen people who work in the west wing who will be tested daily before reporting to work there people expect you to come into close contact with the president and vice president will also be tested vice president pence expected to return to the White House today one of the staffers to test positive last week was his press secretary but now self quarantining our top public health officials including CDC had Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Han and Dr Anthony Fauci more from ABC's Cecilia Vega all three officials expected to testify tomorrow before the Senate's health committee that will now happen over video conference instead even the committee chairman Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander announcing overnight he too is in self quarantine after Stafford tested positive he says he will run the hearing remotely forty five states have lifted their cover nineteen restrictions barber shops are allowed to open on Friday in Texas William Garcia runs a shop in suburban Dallas and said there were protocols in place but they didn't always work I mean we do have protocol as to where they have to wait outside but nobody listened through the obviously everybody's just this is everybody's trying to get in the barber chair and that's what they're concerned that they don't want to lose theirs their their spot actor and comedian Jerry Stiller died the ninety two year old death confirmed by son Ben Stiller the elder Stiller known for his decades of work in show business but may be best known for his role on Seinfeld he said of that fame in nineteen ninety four two year career was revived I just my career has a way what I did know was dead you're listening to ABC news interesting situation in Mexico going on they have deemed tequila ascential so they're still cranking out okay tequila but Peter has been named nonessential hi really so there's a huge black market developing for beer and in Mexico yes this is probably driving the price up for beer it is six echo definitely said that the beer is much more expensive there are Facebook groups that are now I'm have formed devoted to trying to find a beer and there are even some people making a quick trips over to Texas to grab a beer and take it back over here it's just interesting that kilo is not is essential and beer is not essential it sounds like maybe the government was trying to increase tequila cells may try to protect their tequila industry role yeah I doing something like that it sounds kind of intentional hello I guess they always go to the conspiracy well it's interesting I mean the industry the beer industry creates fifty five thousand jobs so you would think you know those are essential jobs so I don't know his interest interesting what what products are deemed essential and what is it and what's happening in different countries yes yes is massive hit all right let's get out to traffic now Brian nobles is standing by on the.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"On the top of dodging you I thought you had something there Cindy input con part good morning Hey Cindy good morning what's on your mind yeah you're on fire today yeah sorry realists the real estate market is exactly right we were into bed one in lake by one in dripping springs lost out on both of them he they were asked we were over bed and the prices are going up higher yeah we'll just move to the new Braunfels know your rights in fact the real estate market in some major US cities kind of found it a little bit in this pandemic much listings took a dive in Los Angeles San Francisco New York some of these big areas Philadelphia but according to what Zillow data a handful of cities like Atlanta and Austin Texas have seen an increase in new inventory yeah that's all part of your life and more people looking to buy to move a little further out in case you have several homes up for sale in my neighborhood right yeah so you're still looking hi Cindy we're still looking also you are exactly right on ACC yeah I have a son who went five freshman year to college in Florida and then of course with the coronavirus happening he came back finished online but he's going to take his courses he's gonna try to whenever ACC opens hopefully some maybe during the summer and in the fall yeah I mean it's a it's a way to get ahead yeah catch up save and save thousands of dollars in the process mmhm right and those grades transfer if he decides to go back to Florida so yeah I hear good for him that's March yeah well good I'm not up there should be yeah thank you Cindy you know you're not talk a lot a lot about you know it less and less justification as technology advances less and less justification for brick and mortar schools as far as cost goes for is everything goes certainly cost I think a lot of people are going to see the light now I think a lot of lot of folks ago wow this is this is that makes no sense it's the ultimate equalizer to nobody can complain about all we only get the bad teachers in this part of town well with online education you can you can now you can now pick your teachers if you wanted to in some cases maybe not the way at the a ISD is doing it now but down the row that you collect yeah it's the ultimate equalizer but as students consider posting postponing their college plans amid this pandemic more schools are freezing tuition in a bid to entice enrollment I mean think about it you just graduated from high school and you're looking forward to going away to college in just a matter of weeks may not be able to write so it's probably a good idea to sign up for ACC stay at home maybe a semester to get some great grades and save a bunch of money at the same time yeah the college of William and Mary in Central Michigan University they led a growing number of schools that won't bump up tuition and fees countering higher education industry trends that the average three percent tuition hike each year summer not doing at the free service and the question is whether the name universities will follow suit the big names like UT yeah I mean our really hope that you T. does get back to normal because we have so many businesses that do depend on that we have so many restaurants and shops on the drag for example and all over Austin to depend on the students being back here and show for that reason I hope it happens but we could see a lot of change in that regard in the future as far as the route that people choose to take how they get their college education but at the same time we really need that that injection of money that gives us no doubt no doubt huge injection of money because that's where we are I mean as a result of all UT being so big and so all it is we've had other businesses have benefited and we got to keep him going yeah I mean how do you bring all those kids back to a dorm or a or a or a three hundred person classroom jester for example can you imagine how do you how do you get administrator yeah how do you get a man to an arena right you know I mean those those are that's a big deal man man man man so many dilemmas there so it show is him in so many businesses just kind of waiting rubbing their hands please please please got a problem in this is out of Mexico of beer shortage leaves Mexico with a bunch of sadness they got a beer shortage in Mexico right now the doing time yeah and it yeah our neighbors to the south has deemed that the sides industry is not essential in the midst of this pandemic meaning the breweries are nonessential right so they're not making beer now thirsty citizens are having a hard time finding a six pack and not now the resulting to the to the black market to quench their thirst for some some Mexican beer yeah all wine mascot tequila industries they're still cranking out the liquor yeah but the beer is not being made yeah the average Mexican adult drinks eighteen gallons of beer a year wow yeah the industry generates fifty five thousand jobs directly but as many as six hundred and fifty thousand when you count everyone involved that according to the Mexican beer makers group yeah the head of an association for Mexican mom and pop stores and beer said beer makes up about forty percent of the sales during the hot summer months and there's no doubt that bear is it second hit here obviously as well of those microbreweries machinery shed now as far as off the shelf I think all alcohol is been doing extraordinary extraordinarily well yeah definitely it's been it's been a major distraction for people it's you know it's like something that people look forward to and but that microbreweries that we got to get them going very very quickly.
"tequila industry" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"We're going advocation. Figure it out so we went to dinner and up above us. There were two birds flying around. Take a along with really two of them in Mexico and I said this is a sign. Yeah and so fast forward you know with business so you know with being an entrepreneur all of that you go through a lot of ups and downs. A lot of stresses anxieties and I was kind of feeling it. I think maybe in around May and you know I asked the universe. Show me a sign this where I'm supposed to be and the next day when I got up I looked out my back window. I was about five minutes. I haven't slept in three days so I thought I was delusional. There was a hummingbird outside of my window. Wow I'd never saw one in my backyard. I have a feeders and and all this stuff like I'm trying to bring him to. Yes but I never saw one into last for sign and ever since that day it was every week I saw hummingbird in my backyard. So wow that's that's the goosebumps chills. Ask story that we had one recently. Well they migrate for the winner. So so the the latest that I saw one was early September And that was the last time and then they typically go to South America or Mexico so there little wings that flap in infiniti design the only bird that does that. So that's why they're unique to they flew all you know he's there somewhere somewhere but their territorial. Oh that means I'm more than likely yes. See going to see it and it was a female on because it was like gray. Your Salad Brown color in the males are typically bright color because they want to show off and they're inconstant motion constantly correct. Yeah they're never stopping so I it so you're much like a hummingbird absolutely quickly. Company has congratulated. I mean that's it's huge when we were reading it it was like wait a minute. That's just right. Launched really eleven months ago years. Whatever I mean in already two hundred seventy five stores well so we we need to make a correction? Okay Oh so I have some good news. We're closer to three hundred and fifty good news is always again all these locations. You know it's being on TV. Doing podcasts print media And and getting out there and hustling you know. I mean that that's the key thing about is. The work is not going to get done for you. You actually have to swallow your pride. Swallow your ego and like the first time I walked into a store. I didn't know what what I was doing at all. I had no clue and I walked into a store. Nips Lanny I said I I have to sell this. I have to get into stores and the gentlemen working the counter towner. He didn't want to try it but he ordered a bottle in a bottle and I walked out of there like it was my rocky moment. Big Victory Yeah. Well sure it was it. was you know I went from Corporate America Right. You know I was a divisional vice president for the largest finance one of the largest financial institutions in the nation around. That was making amazing. Six figure salary and I. There wasn't wasn't happy I was working sixteen hours a day. And you know at a drop of a hat. Hey you're moving to this division into this division. Did that for how long I was there. Eleven years I was in senior leadership. Roughly about four years on my last four years so I actually put in my two weeks. Notice the day after my eleven year anniversary. So uh-huh what what made you put in. What made you say okay? I'm done did you have this idea already. Yes okay so we had the idea. I was doing another company company at the time to call teak life he Q.. And it was a social media micro influencing platform and. I was just having fun with it reviewing liquors doing blogs facebook. All these different things and I always wanted to create a Tequila Company Yeah where's the worst teak come from teak. Is the couch conversations. Were just land back watching our favorite show diners drive INS and dives no and I said. Hey why doesn't than anybody do this for the Tequila Industry. My wife says well I don't you and I'm like Oh shit always comes from the strong woman. She he just challenge. I got something to do. You love that she said why not you know so I I it. It gets really in depth now so so we're talking about. It's not even happening. And she said what would you call it. And I'm just saying Tequila Tequila. Humility teak rolls off the tongue. It's you know you wanNA remember like say like rocky. That's absolutely so you know. I WANNA remember this memorable number. A one names aims so that was it but really it kind of came out of we wanted to do investing and my wife used to be a financial planner or financial. You know. She's a day trader so we looked at stocks bonds mutual fund but boring. It's just boring and then it becomes another job where you're managing that right so she Said Hey if you could do anything. Well it'd be onus Akilah company and I said there's no way I could do that and she said why they have that so I really wasn't bought in until it was a couple of weeks later I came home. I was feel good. Was One of those days in corporate America and She didn't look so good. She looked sad and finally Wayne. What's going on? We're getting ready to go out to eat. Life can be good. We're going to be drinking Tequila. Weekend's IT'S GONNA be great and she said well. In ninety days. The financial part of the company is moving back to New Jersey. So I won't have a job. Oh Wow and I said I said well. I'm in senior leadership so ninety days really means about thirty And that's what it was. It was about thirty and then at the same time they they were moving the yet again to another division and so there was no consistency. You know soon as you kinda get comfortable and it's okay being uncomfortable but as soon as you start to make some strides you know like yeah like a sports team you bring in a coach after year Expect right so I told her I go. I'm tired of people dictating our future if we're going to do this as an investment while you're off work let's figure out this Tequila akilah bought in. Yeah I'm just I'm open enough to give it a shot and yeah and She wasn't really oft and at that time too. We were just. He's getting married so we had talked about a whole bunch of life changing at a lot going gone so see now. I would've needed a dozen hummingbirds around Yes packing at your head breath. It was a lot going on. So she's losing her job. You know we we have a daughter So there's there's just so much going on but within two days Sushi found a distillery that we could potentially. She actually found three. Wow but the one of them was the one we we settled a work with. You know we wanted to work with them because they were fantastic. They want a lot of awards so I'm still not bought in so they send us some sample bottles. You know to try their base to Kiel us and it was a horrible night of drinking wanting difference. What it was on the job training business yes development so it was me and my wife and my business.
"tequila industry" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing
"Although over the last eleven years Berto has been maniacally focused on building a new connoisseur focused upscale Tequila Garner's here's an interesting background the Goddard that spot she was the first woman to be Mastro to collateral that's what you pronounce it Nice that sounds better coming from you and she had ten years with Jose Cuervo so most of her adult life has been tequila she has her master's from North Western in Chicago she did Undergrad and Mexico she was a childhood entrepreneur a cultural ambassador for Mexico and it's the person who introduced me to eating ant eggs and yes they were tasty Berto welcome Bob excited to be here we're GonNa get into all these stories about you but first we want to do you in sixty seconds ready to go ready do you prefer New York or Mexico City pass Mexico sitting shaken or stirred scared sweet or savory say very early riser or Neidl both instagram Ram twitter instagram Beecher mountains each Redo Kalo Rda go rivera right at Kalaeloa drama or comedy comedy support Taco's chocolate or vanilla chocolate bar gone or Lagoretta Baragan it's about to get a little harder smartest person you know ooh that's a tough one I may be in front of them right writers math childhood he wrote my grandmother First Job enterpreneur point set up business and Mexico City secret whatever TV show or movie Black Mirror this is going to be hard one favorite cocktail yeah that stuff but there's one called until made by Jimmy and called the San Miguel which is a take on the old-fashioned but made with customer on his Blanco Salary Bidders and twist of grateful with a big Gabe favorite artists must have travel item comfortable backpack what would the title of Your Memoir Be Tequila diaries less it started with you as a woman in traditionally male business and still dominated by men. Tequila when you jumped into a did you feel I'm the woman and everybody else isn't that Tequila category I was so obsessed of being part of it in your on a way to get into it that in my second the job I was standing in front of the salesforce three hundred people and I started to turn around and I realized Oh detail there's not a lot of women here early on in my career I decided I really didn't want to be defined as a woman in the Tequila category I went to be defined a professional that Tequila category so I worked really hard on having a strong point of view to gain a position on the table to talk about business and Tequila and that has been an approach that has helped me throughout my career so we're GonNa come to that in a few minutes 'cause you got some very useful advice where did this love of Tequila come from I had the chance to represent Mexico inappropriate Japan in my early twenty S I was selected to be a young ambassador from Mexico to Japan and as part of my training twelve quickly speak about Mexico's economy are tweet our history our culture so I got invited to travel around the country to visit different industries and one of them was a tequila industry after the second day that I stayed Tequila halley school. I was enamored with the production process I was I'm with the GAVITT fields. I was enamored with really the role that Tequila racing Mexican culture and in defining Mexico's image so I call my parents immediately I said I know what I WANNA do I wanna go into the Tequila Street and the youngest of three and the only daughter and my parents they were like oh please maybe this is the flavor of the month you're GonNa Fall in love with something else and here we are many years later statue of limitations is probably run out did you drink Tequila a child I had my first glass of Tequila with my grandmother because it is part of the Mexican cable and she had an open house every week so we all went there and every Sunday a sub ritual they started the lunch with glass of Tequila so I was sitting beside house like is it my turn is it my turn my turn so finally when they should give up just like okay please just try it because he needed to get off her back what was that age very early it's like twelve okay well okay a little more and you were talking about is really part of the table and Mexico and I'm not sure people in the US appreciate that people drink Tequila with me bill like a wine with a meal yeah in Mexico Tequila has been that long term lover or companion of Mexican cuisine not only about fine dining it's really part of the family stable opening a meal with your family with a glass of Tequila is part of this ritual that brings everyone together paint a picture of Mexico City in the seventies eighties when you were growing up what did it feel like what was life like them. I had a very well there's not such thing as a normal upbringing but a very active of bringing in a very free way Mexico City it's a city full of culture so I grew up surrounded by that what's Wessel radio culinary center an architectural center a cinema center that culturally so strong that's one of the things that truly inspired me to dedicate my career to the Keila category I WanNa see what I grew up with and the pride that I find there in the inspiration that I find their reflected we'll go to use an entrepreneur as a kid points businesse not exactly what I would say is like every kids dying to get in that business but talk about some of the jobs you had and we're that sort of entrepreneurial spirit came from mom dad you mentioned grandmother so I grew up in a family of interpret Moore's my grandfather worked for maybe win and then left maybelline and then came to the west talk to him next factor brothers and brought to Mexico then he left that to start his uncle's medics company they built a very successful business in Mexico Mexico so I grew up selling cosmetics put the perfume that they sold I sold it all over school I always wanted to make my own income I was never comfortable asking for money and I actually made good money with that every December I started on new business because if I made enough money in December I had some cash in the bank to do all the other things that I wanted to do throughout the year point says he's one one year I wanted to compete with hallmark because I was not finding something that was actually cool so I hired a cartoonist and I had a friend that had a printing company and I did this whole business of cards in Mexico City that I sold all over town was another very good business a sold baskets of wine over my neighborhood for years started escalating and escalating the adventure of the arts and the risk of putting my own little money in financing it and seeing it through something that gave me true passion and do you take that into business today I do I do you told me one day when we're starting these businesses that you're never going to one hundred percents but you have to bat you have to play go and do it so you start Booz Allen as a consultant after college did that lead you to Tequila and that was a great preparation for me for the business worlds I was part of the marketing intensive group and I got assigned to do a lot of different projects for one tops knock producers in the world and did a lot of projects in Latin American Mexico we're doing strategising CI lanes tradition Argentine nine the north of Mexico and I worked very hard during four or five months we did the project we gave the recommendations we gave these big book to these group of marketers and then we left and I felt like I wanted to know what happened and I wanted to know how they implemented wanted to know how the journey of our strategy in our recommendations actually played out in the marketplace I realized that I was more of a operator than strategist and then I realized that I wanted to get into brand management and your undergrad degree in business administration so it was all tied together you were business not as well so tequila nut you went back to school to get your masters and you came to the US northwestern why did you decide the US for graduate school I had community to come to the US to visit my brother he was doing masters in Georgetown and I was there for a week and and I saw the classrooms and I saw the level of academia was so incredible that I decided that I wanted to do a master's degree in the US I really knew that I wanted business and marketing so I.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KCRW
"Here's what's coming up on all things considered a conversation with the deputy director of Americans for immigrant Justice. We'll talk about the Trump administration's plan to suspend legal aid for unaccompanied Langres children that plan announced earlier this week also ahead, you're going to hear from the owner of the land based tequila company, talks about how he's planning for US tariffs on Mexican goods. He says the five percent scheduled for Monday is a law, but twenty five percent could devastate the tequila industry, the US, by the way, imported about one point four billion dollars tequila twenty eighteen and in state and local news coming up at five thirty two. Jurors in San Bernardino will decide on Monday governor Newsome says he wants to do about drug overdoses in prisons at one and could take at least another fun years. To complete this in Orange County. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California, Dwayne Brown smartphones from Chinese tech giant Weiwei will no longer come with Facebook apps pre installed on them NPR's jasmine, guards tells us, it's the latest example of Silicon Valley distancing itself from the company after President Trump issued a trade ban, Instagram, Facebook and the extremely popular messaging service. What's up will not be included in new wall, way phones, however, users will be able to install those apps themselves, manually, also people who are ready have a way phone will still be able to use the apps. Why is the second largest smartphone vendor, the world, outpacing apple, but in the US, why phones are not sold over concerns that they may be used for espionage by the Chinese government most recently escalating trade tensions between China and the US. The Trump administration took it a step further American companies like Intel and Qualcomm will be forbidden from doing business with waterway. Jasmine guards, NPR news, New York, but US an Russian navies are blaming each other for near collision today in the western Pacific, the Pentagon says a Russian destroyer came within one hundred feet of the US chancellor's Ville, and the crews forced to take action to avoid a collision acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan says they will continue operations in the area despite the incident news of this morning is. Beyond disappointing. He'll unsafe unprofessional acts of certainly put our men and women at risk. The Pentagon says it will lodge a formal, diplomatic protest over what it called on safe a unsafe maneuver, by the Russian warship stocks finished the week higher. On Wall Street, tacking, social media, shares led the gainers as investors hope a weaker jobs report increases, the odds, the fed will cut interest rates in coming months. You're listening to NPR news. And this KCRW news, it's Friday, June seventh. Good evening Leary Parrella. Here's what's happening at five thirty two. Jurors and San Bernardino have reached a verdict in the case of a man charged with killing a family of four and bearing their bodies in the desert prosecutor said today, the verdict will be read in court Monday, Charles chase Merritt is charged with killing his business associate Joseph McStay mcstay's wife summer, and the couple's two young sons the family vanished from their home in twenty ten three years later. Bodies were found in shallow graves in the desert. The rate of drug overdose deaths in California prisons is higher than any other state prison system. And now governor Newsome is looking to change that with a proposed one hundred sixty million dollars per year, drug and alcohol treatment program here. KCRW Eric really, the governor's plan calls for hiring more than four hundred medical and administrative staffers in the next two years to provide comprehensive drug treatment and counseling in California's three dozen state prisons the second. Be reports that governor Newsom also on to hire more than one hundred twenty five new prison guards to safeguard program facilities escort inmates to treatment sessions the program would have a three prong, focus new inmates who were already being treated for substance abuse problems on the outside those at risk of overdosing in prison, and inmates were due to be released in less than a year and a half. The program is mob on one that's been successful in Rhode Island. That's the smallest state in the nation and state assembly report questions, whether it would work in California sprawling prison system, KCRW, Eric Roy highway crews widening crowded stretch of the I freely in an effort to ease traffic for communities in south Orange County. The nearly six hundred million dollar construction project will add one lane in each direction on six miles of the freeway between El Toro road in lake forest and the seventy three in San Juan Capistrano OC, transportation authority, CEO, Darrell Johnson tells NBC four some surface streets along the I five or also being widened,.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Mohawk Tra who Saadi and warrior of ophthalmology associates on KOMO axe. World and Kelly sitting in for Charlie Brennan f the commercials between the two Senate candidates. Art scary enough for you every other commercial after that is about hounded houses. And I don't know who would do this stuff, but we have found one Debby Monterey. Debbie, you pay money to go. Get scared and love love love it. Yeah. I love it. I don't know. How do you? Explain it. It's a great adrenaline rush. It's like controlled fear. Like, I can't control the political candidates. You were talking about on the TV. This is like controlled fear. I know my husband, and I have always watched horror movies together my kids love it now. So we went to creepy world and Fenton last weekend. And there were hundreds and hundreds of people in line. I mean, it was Pat, and they're paying big bucks to like twenty five thirty bucks and then weekend before that we did fright fest at six flags kids love that. And then I've taken I've gone to the darkness a ton bins. Haunted berea. Yeah. And they're so well done they're really really good. Maybe we ought to get somebody on. I mean, I know this is a huge industry, and I don't get why people would want to do it. If something jumps out at you is insurance the instinct to push it away. No, I usually scream and like, you know, try to get past the person part of what what's what's good? What they did. At six flags is way before you go into one of their haunted attractions. They'll say are. Actors will not touch you do not touch the actors, and I think that helped my kids too because it puts you in this mindset, like it's it's just an actor. They're not going to touch you don't touch the are they dressed that because I'm not not gone through one of these things that the actors do they are they in costumes totally dressed like whatever vampires vezzano vs goals in really very well done. So the Larry Kirchner and his partner sounds like Kelly. They they started the darkness twenty-five years ago. And then now they do creepy world, and they do the lamp haunted brewery and. They turned it into this whole cottage industry, we have once a year, they have this huge convention here where people from all over the world come to get stuff for haunted houses. Do you just go in and wander about or is there like a certain route at every right? It's a it's a certain route everybody goes through the same path in a certain number of people go at a time because you don't want to be all like bunched up together. And and yeah, I mean, sometimes you're not even sure where to go which is kind of a scary per like, do I go here is this a doer where am I going? And I don't know. I can't explain it. I know I'm not alone. Halloween is a huge line of light to get into these. Yeah, I'm not into Halloween like the dressing up part. I'm not into like, the costumes and stuff. But I love the scary stuff. I am into the costume now of happens there. I love going to those things in the central western and watching all the girls and their outfits. Yeah. Al you can keep the sexy. Guys. A piece of work scary things. We're joined right now on the quiver river electric guess lying. We're not we're not. We're not join yet. It can happen at any moment w Monterey more vodka. But I'll have some tequila sure, I love tequila with a little club soda level Blanco. Tequila clear to kill him with a little Blanco with a little club soda lime. It's got the least amount of calories even less calories than by really that. I did not know tequila is an upper the rest of alcohol is depressant. I'm learning all kinds of things and Princess Eugenie, just married some tequila tycoons, tequila, tycoons, tequila tycoons. Joining us right now is Bloomberg reporter Danielle Gouze man, we got some tequila problems out there. Danielle. We do. Hello. It's great to be with you guys have you? So what's the what's the problem with tequila? There's going to be a shortage. I'm not going to be able to have that Margarita tomorrow. I wouldn't say that just yet, but the industry is suffering because of the spirits popularity. It's very counterintuitive, but the spirits popularity is growing worldwide and the US remains to kill his top consumer importing more than one hundred seventy one million liters last year. And this is you know, this would be great for the tequila industry except for that. It's a very volatile market. So the global demand is making it very hard to survive as a producer Gubbay has a seven year growth cycle, which requires a long-term investment for anyone looking to just still, and, you know, without a walk supplier events contracts, a brand that produces tequila confined itself. In a lot of trouble at the cost of a Gaba shoots up. And that's exactly what's happened over the last few years. Wow. Seven years for the plant to mature enough to be able to pull out of these plants able to pull out a lot of tequila or gov. Juice out of there. Or does it take an incredible amount of Gava plans to make small amount of tequila? You know, the seven year cycle really is what makes us industry so hard to survive in because of a gob as long Grove's cycle in volatile pricing. A lot of farmers can't really afford to stay in the business. When prices swoon, and some of my sources have actually told me that they've seen a lot of Agabi plants become younger and younger as time goes on because of that global demand pushing for more plants instead of waiting seven years, these farmers will wait three or four years. Not definitely affects it the quality of tequila. Yeah. So it takes it takes it. You would think that with all the plant genetics in the works at that's going on out there that somebody could figure out a better than a seven year variety. What what exactly is this plant is it a Bush or tree what the heck cactus? It's actually a beautiful plant. It looks like this spiky almost like seven foot tall plant. It looks almost like some drastic part and the part of the plan that's made into the into. The cure is called the Pena, which is the same word for pineapple in Spanish, and this is the heart of the plants. So it has to be heated crush, -cremento and distilled into vodka, and this has been a practicing going on in Mexico in the state of highly school for countries. So for this bloom into Keila, that's really being pushed by the US demand for the drink to to create this this problem to the tequila industry. India Gaba industry in Mexico is very counterintuitive, but I think that instead of genetics and figuring out a technological way to solve this. My sources in Mexico say the way to figure this out is more. Not just canning figuring out how farmers can sell directly to the tequila company having middlemen. And also making sure that the price is is more locked in and more is Bloomberg reporter Danielle Guzman. She says you need a plan to make sure that you're going to get that to kill. You can check out her article at Bloomberg dot com. Danielle thanks so much for joining us. Thank you, John. I I'm going to.
"tequila industry" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"Margarita. This is the main entrance to the key lack. The key left. My name is w. Nash chomper for tequila industry. These role you can. I lot of this TV sticky latter's mccleary. There is no Paris. Auto dude is right there this way you can see south have foundered. My name is yet Whitey some south. We're in the town of tequila on the northwest slope of the ball candidate. Akilah. That's an old expired ball kaneohe and I'm the fifth generation to make the key. Then my family now at our little distiller year Lefort the lesson, we only make one hundred percent to key the scenario south. My thought that I will. That I will great, great grandfather got to this town eighteen fifties when he was a sixteen year old boy. At the time, it was kind of a BoomTown was a lot of people setting up to Keeler distilleries. Previously was illegal to make distilled spirits in Mexico to keep competition away from the spirits of reproduced in Spain. Synovium started the brand of tequila south in eighteen seventy three. It was the first export tequila in the United States to kilo is like the cement worker bricklayers drink. It wasn't for the upper classes. We used to go to a wedding, and you would see all brandy bottles on the tables, and there was never any tequila bottles. Nineteen Forty-six. My grandfather hobby took over and slowly tequila salsa. What it was the product of Mexico. Fortunately, he sold tequila south. So when I was about twenty years old in nineteen seventy six, we're all stunned all of a sudden he just sold out. I found him reading the newspaper in and they said, he's daddy harriett Kevin. These still of every year. Why did you sell the distillery? You know, he pulled his paper to one side and he said, put your career. Because I wanted to. This is a very tough business at seven Tate years to grow the Gava weeding and fertilizing watching for the bugs. You've got a distillery to run. I don't think he felt that, you know, I was anywhere near prepared and he was right. I was nowhere near prepared. Fortunately, we kept this little old distillery. We were able to put it back together and and get at making tequila in the traditional way. We brought out a brand called fourth, listen, it means four to two. Far as body for Mexican. So many ways. The key industry produce a lot of jobs and a lot of money. It's not only the key lights also what it means to go out to the country. It's becoming an experience. It does not only mean alcohol in scorcher for cleric, dancing, Maria, Mariotti music food. My name is ROY. Helena are leaving HARA and video journalist, the Quila industry is very huge part of the future of Mexico, but the biggest companies are not Mexican anymore. They are internationally owned. A now that the killer chamber of commerce just send. I package of the Quila to China. They expecting to sell more and more millions of liters of the China. Number six. So you'll him though they Kassir. Fair leaks is similar Hema means to harvest and guy safe and you. He's been doing this for the last sixteen years. Rather than you'll, his daughter was the one that talking to nominate. They HIMA used these tools which is called Coa it's very sharp to harvest the guy. He's shaving all the Panthers away from the Gare Bank guides, the guy leave. They are very spiky. They have a lot of little spines and thorns is like a protection for the heart of their. My name is Rowena service, global Brennan at other. Liberal at other just getting back from Juarez Mexico, and I'll tell you something won't, you know, boarded sake in it drops ended twirls country in Keila and things. I got a business, no business. You have to be able to predict what the consumption of your spirits gonna be in the market. Eight years ahead and my name is David pseudo president of the interchange project and also the president of cameras. Thicky them did the industry deregulation allow us to use on the one type guy. The key land that wherever blue variety hundred percent of the reproduction of guy is done now through cloning, the plants. The summer gets hotter and hotter every year, traditionally for the blue guy to eight to ten years to grow and mature. And now we are looking at the gob as much uring at five, six, seven years old list sugar content because the plant is forced to grow and mature faster, and everybody's talking about it got into global role by warming. We are right now what Latinica this theory. This is one days harvest. We process about twenty tones of guy per day. Seven opens the berries, lowly cook the Gaba for men thing in within bats, the way that altogether is worth hundred years ago. So we generate organic compost and leave it. So motor nature do it something. The Laura means a woman that works in the industry and produces tequila. My name is Carmen, be real. I am the general director of tequila Mattia. We are practically the only source of work in a tiny town over the deficit name story. For many of the Steelers, we hire a lot of women to all the Baden process. They are in charge of of their families. They have small children, having an income and working in a former company, bring wellness to their families in our break Columbia history. My will was goddess for fertility. Our guys can have ten or twelve baby. I like to relate that history with our history now to grow wellness for our country with fertility and productivity. We'll
"tequila industry" Discussed on KOMO
"In cash a brand new ford or trip for two to hong kong and beijing play february ten through the atv snow quami casino above it up you're next report the two of four i'm kierra jordan on komo news sunshine tomorrow clear skies tonight in the transition period today with some clouds and light showers lingering around should have fifty today may be it's 47 in downtown seattle the world is facing a took kilos shortage the heartland of the tequila industry mexico's western state of police goes facing a shortage of plants that make the two key lippi increasing demand for the liquor from new york to tokyo is worrying a lot of producers over the past two years the price of the tech elina which is the bluetinged spiky leaves succulent used to make the alcoholic drink has risen sixfold the california assembly the woman who had taken a vocal role in the mi2 campaign against sexual harassment is now facing allegations of her own a former legislative stafford tells politico democratic assembly woman christina garcia harassed and groped him added assembly softball game in sacramento back in 2014 garcia has issued a statement saying she'll cooperate with the ongoing investigation into the incident bud she doesn't recall engaging in such behaviour garcia has been one of california's largest voices in the me to movement saying she's been repeatedly sexually harassed by men during her time in the state legislature next jason camp it on your reporting as we continue time now for life meet with kamo's marina rockinger in partnership with irg physical and hand therapy stingers and burners sounds like aftermarket parts on a race car but in this case it actually refers to what can happen in the wake of a neck injury effecting the nerves leading down the arm.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KKAT
"Don't see how you can possibly even if you even if you think you know we need to fund these things even if you're gonna go there celebrate that's gone way too far no celebrating until you stop the bleeding all right we can't possibly justify that kind of attitude kenya there are better gang comparisons but i'm not going to use them we'll just use the crips and blood's time on if the krypton blood's call a truce to get together and rob a big liquor store is that a good thing it's in their minds well now for society does it mean perhaps they can put down their guns or gaps as as the it say and and and maybe they'll realize how we got more in common than we do apart why don't we run and we just start to work together is it possible this is one of those comments i don't think so crafts and republicans have put down their guns to rob the liquor store virtue i don't think there's any chance of that in an election year not chance made while the dow opened up three hundred points squint up right after the opening bill just a day after the index plunged more than a thousand points a rally many safe fueled by bargainhunters market watch your joe getty's on hand he's got the latest porous now it's up slightly but the trend is down actually right now it's been trending down since since it hit the that height so who i'm not a day traders or whatever the bargainhunters put their money back their pockets the building the world is facing a tequila shortage heartland of the tequila industry mexico's western state police go is basically a shortage of the gop a plans the increasing worldwide demand for the liquor is worrying a lot of producers because over the past few years if gavi gas supplies have gotten the smaller and smaller and the price of a gaba which is the blue tinge spiky leaves succulent used to make the alcoholic drink has risen six poll.
"tequila industry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Are a frontline person than they need to have you working there any says current employees usually four three great you'll have the naysayers now you'll have the patronize irs than you'll have the objective people bro six says listened to all of them but listen carefully and critically and talk to the new manager daria albinger abc news a brazilian national a sentence far conspiring to launder twenty billion dollars from the talic spray pyramid scheme a boston federal court judge gave clever rocca thirty three months in prison and 2014 a search warrant was executed at the marlboro offices of telex free inc where a massive pyramid scheme caused billions of dollars in losses to nearly two million victims worldwide the founder of the company fled the country but left behind a substantial amount of money which rocca planned to launder in january of last year rocca was followed by agents to an apartment in west borough where around twenty million dollars was discovered in a mattress box bring a threat to to kill us supplies wbz's mark mayfield has the story the heartland of tequila industry mexico's western state of goa is facing a shortage of a gov a players increasing demand for the liquor from new york tokyo is worrying many producers for the past two years the price of your carolina which is these lieutenants like he lied succulent that's used to make the alcoholic drink has risen sixfold some producers are being forced to use younger players to compensate for the shortage of fully grown in got which take about seven years to mature younger plants produce less the killer which means more plants after he pulled out from an already limited supply mark mayfield wbz newsradio came third.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KOMO
"Don't think north korea has got to be an issue but when it comes to to norovirus of that could be a real issue of these games describe your living quarters alex i saw facebook this morning we're in condo does and nagin those condos one there is a real shortage of toilet paper but they're they're also we is no furniture except for a bed so it's a one bedroom condo and andy in the the the living room area now there's no no furniture and they're so uninteresting seen all the glamorous life of a network radio reporter abc's alex stone with us this morning from the winter olympics in south korea it's 520 to our komal propel insurance money abdic well the white house is still avoiding comment on this week's wild right on wall street the dow jones industrial average dropped more than a thousand points yesterday for the second time this week the president like the rest of the white house is concerned about longterm economic indicators and factors in the fundamentals in terms of longterm are very strong speaking broadly white house spokesman rajoub rush the daily ups and downs of financial markets president trump has softened bragged of course about wall street gains during his tenure we could see some more volatility today the dow futures are down sixty four points right now but the nasdaq futures are up about twenty seven it isn't so the world is facing a to kill a shortage the heartland of the tequila industry mexico's western state of how lease go is facing a shortage of a gavee plants over the past two years the price of the agabi has risen sixfold some producers are being forced to use younger plans to compensate for the shortage of the.
"tequila industry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The delicious looking margaritas someone's offering me right now you can't have two killer without a gavee and it's hard to how they got they without that says night dalton he ran said that conservation group and he says industrial agabi forming affects both the plants and that that's the pollinate that the tequila industry had seen sixty percent growth in the last ten years at the superpremium level where you're spending thirty dollars a bottle or more as well at four hundred percent growth and so that means you have to grow a lot of ah gavee and the problem with that will let michaela jemison explain she also works for vat conservation international and she's adorned appropriately in back into jewelry so a lot of their the gaves that we might kayla from actually clients of each other then not see naturally pollinated the clung yeah they're pretty much lines of eight helo growing genetically identical plants is easy and cheap perfect akila company but they're vulnerable fungus for disease could wipe them all out fats are the answer jemison says three kinds of fat's creature nedic diversity in the gaza by mixing up there poland a mexican long is that the less along is that and the mexican nong tung back notice said that if a theme there's a kind of pollinating bat that has a tongue longer than its body you think how it at fit in its now yes how it actually has their wall it's tung up in the back of its throats of it all land can senator that when planning your next halloween costume jemison says these fats need gene simmons s tongues when they hover over fertile agabi stems stuffed with poland and use their long towns actually dig into the flour and get out there really awesome next if events aids so they actually litigate their heads hubbard and as pollin and as they go from agabi plant mugabe plant that pollinating them at the same time if you wanna hear cocktail chatter about bats this is the place that's have bellybuttons.
"tequila industry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A gavee and it's hard to have a glass without that says mike dolton he on said that conservation group and he says industrial economy forming affects both the plants in the pats the pollinate that the tequila industry had seen sixty percent growth in the last ten years at the superpremium level where he spent thirty dollars a bottle or more as well at four hundred percent growth and so that means you have to grow a lot of ah gavee and the problem with that we'll let michaela jemison explain she also works hvac conservation international and she's adorned appropriately in bat themed jewelry so a lot of their the gaves that we might killer from i think firings of each other the not actually naturally pollinated clung yeah that pretty much signs of eight tell them throwing genetically identical plants is easy and cheap perfect tequila company but they're vulnerable fungus for disease could wipe them all out that are the answer denison says three kinds of fat's create genetic diversity in a gaza by mitch yup their pollen a mexican long is that the less how long noise battle and the mexican nong tung fat notice said that if a theme there's a kind of pollinating bat that has a tongue longer than its body you think how it at fit in at smell yes how it actually has to roll its tung off in the back of its throats of all land consider that when planning your next halloween costume and says these fats need gene simmons us tons when they hover over fertile agov a stems stuffed with poland and use their long towns actually dig into the flour and get out that really awesome next evidence aids so they actually let you get their heads father in this pollin and as they going from a guy they plan.