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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Him know it's the the disagree engaging with them before the the the the become customers to know, let him know what our protocols and them know that you know the safety is our number one focus in we're gonna his what really do like what you're doing daily got two or three more questions eight. No hubby. VR Torres for tour operators and travelers we said. Don't. Breathe New World Hey. So a couple more quick questions and was even wrapped up in a couple of minutes. Dan Susan. Kelly asked my clients are asking me not to send printed copies of virtual life anymore because they want to lessen their paper trail, it went digital copies instead good idea to not another catalog as nice as they are the eventually end up in the recycling bin. This shutdown is really shown us that we can do things. Really. So yeah. That's that's where rat and as you say it's going to save money but. Fortunately. Then you may not be able to your Kellogg in the before maybe I'll just do the covering for my wall or something I don't know if. There you go a couple more questions. We've got something for a representative or The the Florida. Restaurant Lodging. associations as I can tell you that in state and drive markets will be the first combat. So I suggest just work with local diseases creative packaging. We if we agree totally on that one set from Karen. Vega. A, we run a school operation for daddy go in a required to have professional liability insurance I am asking your provider is there any? Thought of a payment plan to pay in full fee in June since infamous nil probably won't have tours until maybe the winner. But I'm told that we still need this insurance even though we do not have any clients, your agents have liability insurance, and in this situation, a full payment fee any thoughts about this? We only work with individuals in small family since we started thirty seven years ago. Absolutely negotiate. We did and literally That's one insurance industry is one of the ones that has actually been pretty forgiving. We were in the same boat insurance as well over a hundred thousand dollars a year, and we literally are I mean vehicles that are sitting. You know. So I went back they were actually kind They let us they actually reduce star Amounts based on current. So you your your mouth based on projections they actually revise those and then backdated them to where we actually got. Some money back. And the applied that for next year. But what I tell my team is in my counts and everybody is is right now this brings out the best in the worst people fortunately briggs up at best in most and a lot of our vendors have been awesome we were, for example, throat plug a shameless plug after for spot we work with spot. It's very expensive and they gave us a ninety percent break for three months ninety percent. was phenomenal right and so ask and and negotiate. And just just wrap up here of jury Sternberg of three, hundred race you and I know to be true and what she shared about on negotiate. You know this is this is a time for us to be flexible, and We're all in this together. So I think we need to wrap this up uh, Scott I just to put on a quick plug for Sitcom, Quebec votes in two weeks, I'll be doing a dedicated women specifically about how you can generate more leads and more bookies from your number one marketing tool your website. So. So on that note. Dan. Thank you, Sir it's been a pleasure. Always. Thanks for joining your host, Tim Warren on another travel business success podcast since one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, him and his team have helped hundreds of startups to season pros with valuable seminars, articles, books, and no nonsense advice for additional tips, tools and news plus a free marketing mini course visit Adventure Biz success dot. com..

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

08:02 min | 4 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Here is a ready to play. Truth or dare on name and stopped stopped the trump. So let's still. And the where gets a Free Basturk with with Mr Austin in this season is opened up. Okay. Here we go. Here's A. Question from Nagy, in the. Florida she's She's actually of course, numbers in a friend says. We are completely shut down doing. Tours dependent on local restaurants will they open? Will reopen how many votes in them at one time obviously, where months from reopening would be your top three suggestions for us to do I when we have those answers. Well fats have not lot to unpack there. Obviously none of us know on, we are starting to see pockets opening up around the country. The twenty five percent occupancy I know a lot of friends that it comes to the margins just won't sustain now. So it's still GONNA be tough. But I think did the What would you at at? What was the last part of that question? One More Time Tambo Promo minutes? It's it's relevant to these restaurants than being dependent on restaurants is for tours is says when they do open up and when they do have parameters of how they're opening on, what are your top three suggest for them as a rob Peter to do I to kind of re real. But in in re regain, their remarkable is closed down now I know this company. Will. A lower seeing a lot of obviously is the took go and now it'd be a great start is to make sure you stay relevant by crush coming up with some sort of amazing to go package It's have a friend that's. Similar business and they did something really they created gift boxes from the local region that they were actually a term a out of Nashville and they created gift boxes with Barbecue, sauces, recipes, and all that and just bash they didn't create a little revenue exploded. So they literally were able to stay relevant. By an cradle revenue by creating kind of I guess called. Virtual, restaurant. visit. But I think that the the task that it's GonNa be tough other than again embracing the restaurants as your partner, and if even if you have to even if you have to go to go right. That doesn't mean the chef can't come out explain what he did how he did it make something out of it make it an experience everything everything we do and everything most of us do it's all about the experience so you gotTa. Take For, years of the Knicks, in the parks, national parks, and instead of eating in the restaurants and they become legendary because the guides embrace. The fact that picnic doesn't have to be cold cuts, they can go hog wild regretted picnic literally blows, people's minds, and then that's what they remember. So I think that the answer that long story is the answer to that would be to continue to try and make it an experience come up with some way some gimmick to make whatever however you get started again, made that part of the experience. Endeavor. That's good and I would add to that for those of us who got bigger trips or multi data's there's no reason why we can't. Start the experienced in advances, send the send some that gift box vans start start giving them something physical hand account keep the anticipation gifting sight going. So yeah, we make it up in love your ideas, antibiotics you know get get the chef you come out in. This is the opportunity to make something interesting. So if you've got questions folks. In the chat box got to move onto the next question. This is from Joseph I. I can't pronounce your last name. Site Yano. Thanking Dan you mentioned chomping at the Bit Bent Up Demand I. Agree. How do we the industry guard slash plan against over visitation oversaturation once things open up. That's a Joe Joe. That's a great question I mean literally. As we all see the the world the physical world is taking a breather right there. You're seeing dolphins in the canals and all kinds of crazy stuff. Forget. The national parks are probably never going to be a time like this in our history to visit the national parks with crowds We were on the phone with a Superintendent Yellowstone couple of days ago and tour buses this year like none and literally Notre Airbus's at the international travel scene is gonNA obviously be be a all time low So this year I guess that's that's not gonNA work. It's actually a great time to travel if he can do it. Long term. Be Great if they learned from this right in other words if they took instead. Okay. This is where look at yellowstone with four million visitors last year looking yellowstone with two million visitors this year and how can we do that Africa manage that you know whether it be through? Or I'm sorry mean my friends and after businesses mavis eliminating size tour buses minimizing the size tour. You know again, they cruise ships. You know we all know in other kind of the the Anti Christ of tourism when it comes to. Taking over a small port or a not not really embracing sustainable tourism ships start maybe shrinking in size fewer up them. So I think there's going to be a little bit just kind of my nature as far as how we ensure it by Joe. Your guess is as good as mine I think just learning and see what works this year might actually motivate us. To take a little deeper trial harder in the future I. think the market is also help us determine because no matter how much they open up the market is also limited termine what level they're interested showing up and doing this and I think you know just a social distancing will help determine that if question you Dan for Josh Cohen, Dan, mission, you're studying rain. I. June fourteenth I'm assuming it's domestic. When do you see yourself started ramp international troops backup? How are you navigating the international situation? So great question that Israel tough. Shit Brian Easier down. There's a great website after I apologize I don't have the right front. There's a great website out there that has one hundred and fifty countries on it and what their daily what's going on daily but literally, just monitoring it talking to our partners in country our guys country and to be honest with you. Were starting to look at that. Now you know I saw great article about Costa Rica be one of the first international best nations to open up, and we have a very strong Costa Rica program So he you know immediately reached out to our partners in Costa Rica to ask what they're seeing and how can we slowly start introducing Again. A great question. This morning I asked by what's left my marketing team to create an info graphic of the top ten international trips that we anticipate opening in order Iceland, for example. and. Costa. Rica So we're starting New Zealand Foreign tourists, but it's really gonNA come down again we've said over and over again to the market, and there's just too many unknowns. At this point, still a lot of countries are opening up closing back, get right or seeing that. So we're fortunate that we have domestic is about sixty five percent seventy percent of what we do. and. So that helps a ton.

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Travel. Business. Success Radio podcast episode number eighty two. What can tours and companies do to survive and thrive during Corona virus if you wondered that very question, then join me Tourism Tim Warren and my friend Dan Austin was multi award winning family owned tour operator between us. We have over sixty years combined experience in international and domestic tour operation and leadership in a candidate filled QNA with tour operators, just like you to help you survive and thrive in these challenging. Times and Hey. If you missed episode number eighty one, be sure to check that out were Dan I go into great detail on Best Practices in these tough times on customer and cash retention marketing and promotions optimizing your operational systems and your lead and sales funnel conversions all around these telling times what you can do to strengthen, prepare yourself to get more business now and.

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Been a superstar well, the ash get the What of the biggest challenges heads? Last twenty years growing our agent business? Right? We've been averaging ten percents looking from the travel agent community and we know many big betters that fifty, sixty, seventy percent. And we just haven't been held crack that code. And I was personally working with agent. Couple of weeks ago maybe three weeks ago now In his on that this agent originally book this guest a year ago back in August and guests was scheduled to travel in may be then moved the guest to June and then guests then moved to twenty twenty one. So I realized talking with this agent that that Had A, I, don't know how many hours working with this guest a try and get on the right trip and. The just dawned me that agents don't get paid their commission until after that guest travels. So while we're. Feeling the pain right now. Big Time The Asian community is feeling it worse because literally they will not get your travel smooth nobody traveling these paychecks and so I came up with the idea of. Pain half their commission at time a bulky. And everybody's like Oh. My God I can't believe you can do that. Actually you know the Christians are. Not Ridiculous. They're covered under our schedule. So yes, it's taking the money I was anyways we're a pay we just after they travel. And that allowed us to crack the code. I've probably done well over two hundred agents trainings in the last couple of weeks So literally that allowed us to to to partner to express our partners it's not just talk and so that that was a good win we really actually. Victim. That media the ages picked it up with sincere again, going back to the thing. This wasn't. A half-baked Gimmick. To get agents more agent cookies, it actually was sincere. We saw they were not getting paychecks, and so it helped domestic I. think it's going to help us long term the whole idea of all of this is. A survive and beads. And Prosper at with more market share maybe you had going in. Is Awesome. I'm real impressed with that in you know on out of the crap can come good stuff and and opportunities to really look and reengineer what's your up to an and I must say that that what you did Dan is really You change the nature of the final because the the relationship funnel you have travel agents is even more. Important, you know what we're engaging with our customers and our brandon, how much they trust us as as a as a relevant expert source it's going to be around our time is even more important. Ten Times report with the travel traded because they're referring their customers and so you've you've really up the game in probably changed the whole industry standard in. It's kind of fun because now I've seen ebbs also. Virtual. Adventures we launched it I mean there is something to be said to me I market right literally you know. So that goes back to kind of being agile and reacting not I knew an awful lot of tour operators spent the first month with her. Head in their hands going Oh my God. This is going to kill me while it's kill us to but you know what? I'M NOT GONNA I'm not going down without a fight and so literally this this was way but I actually have stayed now few other Tour Operators Get on the bandwagon and I think it was it was time I I actually had to apologize I was talking with agent early this morning I had to apologize that I didn't think of the sooner that literally I did not see it and I. Am I am shocked at the Asian Community was beaten on this drama earlier because they sure. Yeah it really the realism partnership and I assumed quest comment from Susan Kelly says, Dan, Austin this crisis as shown as the Asian the shown as Asia's the operators who have who have our backs and who are on top of my list. So I mean, it's it's really by relationships folks in whether it's you're dealing with the customers would be customers are Kant's on in developing that trust day relevant in the before we go into the QNA's or any other marketing stuff that you've done as far they specifically looking at the customer journey anything you've done on. Refining Your your key performance indicators on on. Your. Cost of acquisition client or conversion rate or any of that stuff yet. Well, you know I think that it's You know again, we're in tough times guys, and so literally I've had a look at our over. And I tend to look you know I I know cooperators for decades have been arguing back and forth whether or not a print catalog is still relevant right and so now literally for the first time in twenty five years, I am looking at not pretty gala outbreak heart. That's one of my best one of my projects and it's one of my fun projects, but it's also ridiculously expensive. It is necessary right? So I think that's the other part of this Is. In, tough times you have a tendency to good times. You have a tendency to go with the flow in. You know you're on all your numbers your budgets are good. You're spending money. You might have a few staff more than you need but in tough times. You know that Really. Making sure you know your money so and making sure that you know there's an Roi every pace that you're not spending. I mean literally spent three hours in a budget meeting yesterday and we're literally gone over you know West this five, ninety, nine, four. What do we need this for? And you find you know all these. Council. You had forgiven services that you haven't used. Anita's literally find automatic charges coming out of your credit cards, ferch something you ordered once and signed up for some news letter or something like that. So I think that's the other part of this that. We will definitely come out stronger because we work place and we were You know now it's really it's going to be. It's GonNa be tough times ahead. So literally. Making sure we know exactly were budget is at all times and make sure that staff knows where we're. We've always been open book company. More so now than ever So yeah, I think that would probably as title every aspect business sales marketing operations just literally no one we'd all. It's critical in June. I've got thank God for technology new. There's there's tracking online things we never had before and. So you know really as part of it Quick. Shout out for two weeks. Now, I'm doing a another trading with his is the same group. Specifically about looking at your website, look specifically at how can you make your website us some more how can you generate more lease in bookings from your website tourism? Welcome back once shape or form we don't know exactly where how did we know that demands there so getting the maximum amount of your investment in your number, one marketing tool, which is usually website is a key thing. Thanks for joining your host Tim Warren on another travel business success podcast since nineteen, ninety, four Kim and his team have helped hundreds of startups to season pros with valuable seminars, articles, books, and no nonsense advice for additional tips, tools and news plus a free marketing mini course visit Adventure Biz success dot com..

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Been a superstar well, the ash get the What of the biggest challenges heads? Last twenty years growing our agent business? Right? We've been averaging ten percents looking from the travel agent community and we know many big betters that fifty, sixty, seventy percent. And we just haven't been held crack that code. And I was personally working with agent. Couple of weeks ago maybe three weeks ago now In his on that this agent originally book this guest a year ago back in August and guests was scheduled to travel in may be then moved the guest to June and then guests then moved to twenty twenty one. So I realized talking with this agent that that Had A, I, don't know how many hours working with this guest a try and get on the right trip and. The just dawned me that agents don't get paid their commission until after that guest travels. So while we're. Feeling the pain right now. Big Time The Asian community is feeling it worse because literally they will not get your travel smooth nobody traveling these paychecks and so I came up with the idea of. Pain half their commission at time a bulky. And everybody's like Oh. My God I can't believe you can do that. Actually you know the Christians are. Not Ridiculous. They're covered under our schedule. So yes, it's taking the money I was anyways we're a pay we just after they travel. And that allowed us to crack the code. I've probably done well over two hundred agents trainings in the last couple of weeks So literally that allowed us to to to partner to express our partners it's not just talk and so that that was a good win we really actually. Victim. That media the ages picked it up with sincere again, going back to the thing. This wasn't. A half-baked Gimmick. To get agents more agent cookies, it actually was sincere. We saw they were not getting paychecks, and so it helped domestic I. think it's going to help us long term the whole idea of all of this is. A survive and beads. And Prosper at with more market share maybe you had going in. Is Awesome. I'm real impressed with that in you know on out of the crap can come good stuff and and opportunities to really look and reengineer what's your up to an and I must say that that what you did Dan is really You change the nature of the final because the the relationship funnel you have travel agents is even more. Important, you know what we're engaging with our customers and our brandon, how much they trust us as as a as a relevant expert source it's going to be around our time is even more important. Ten Times report with the travel traded because they're referring their customers and so you've you've really up the game in probably changed the whole industry standard in. It's kind of fun because now I've seen ebbs also. Virtual. Adventures we launched it I mean there is something to be said to me I market right literally you know. So that goes back to kind of being agile and reacting not I knew an awful lot of tour operators spent the first month with her. Head in their hands going Oh my God. This is going to kill me while it's kill us to but you know what? I'M NOT GONNA I'm not going down without a fight and so literally this this was way but I actually have stayed now few other Tour Operators Get on the bandwagon and I think it was it was time I I actually had to apologize I was talking with agent early this morning I had to apologize that I didn't think of the sooner that literally I did not see it and I. Am I am shocked at the Asian Community was beaten on this drama earlier because they sure. Yeah it really the realism partnership and I assumed quest comment from Susan Kelly says, Dan, Austin this crisis as shown as the Asian the shown as Asia's the operators who have who have our backs and who are on top of my list. So I mean, it's it's really by relationships folks in whether it's you're dealing with the customers would be customers are Kant's on in developing that trust day relevant in the before we go into the QNA's or any other marketing stuff that you've done as far they specifically looking at the customer journey anything you've done on. Refining Your your key performance indicators on on. Your. Cost of acquisition client or conversion rate or any of that stuff yet. Well, you know I think that it's You know again, we're in tough times guys, and so literally I've had a look at our over. And I tend to look you know I I know cooperators for decades have been arguing back and forth whether or not a print catalog is still relevant right and so now literally for the first time in twenty five years, I am looking at not pretty gala outbreak heart. That's one of my best one of my projects and it's one of my fun projects, but it's also ridiculously expensive. It is necessary right? So I think that's the other part of this Is. In, tough times you have a tendency to good times. You have a tendency to go with the flow in. You know you're on all your numbers your budgets are good. You're spending money. You might have a few staff more than you need but in tough times. You know that Really. Making sure you know your money so and making sure that you know there's an Roi every pace that you're not spending. I mean literally spent three hours in a budget meeting yesterday and we're literally gone over you know West this five, ninety, nine, four. What do we need this for? And you find you know all these. Council. You had forgiven services that you haven't used. Anita's literally find automatic charges coming out of your credit cards, ferch something you ordered once and signed up for some news letter or something like that. So I think that's the other part of this that. We will definitely come out stronger because we work place and we were You know now it's really it's going to be. It's GonNa be tough times ahead. So literally. Making sure we know exactly were budget is at all times and make sure that staff knows where we're. We've always been open book company. More so now than ever So yeah, I think that would probably as title every aspect business sales marketing operations just literally no one we'd all. It's critical in June. I've got thank God for technology new. There's there's tracking online things we never had before and. So you know really as part of it Quick. Shout out for two weeks. Now, I'm doing a another trading with his is the same group. Specifically about looking at your website, look specifically at how can you make your website us some more how can you generate more lease in bookings from your website tourism? Welcome back once shape or form we don't know exactly where how did we know that demands there so getting the maximum amount of your investment in your number, one marketing tool, which is usually website is a key thing. Thanks for joining your host Tim Warren on another travel business success podcast since nineteen, ninety, four Kim and his team have helped hundreds of startups to season pros with valuable seminars, articles, books, and no nonsense advice for additional tips, tools and news plus a free marketing mini course visit Adventure Biz success dot com..

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

08:04 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"You name it. Would we do our job? Well, we have quality life and I think that Dan is doing is something my brother told me about His the. Concept. Of Keeping Dream Allot. Keeping that they anticipated because how many here a dying to get out and do something with that you know that to recreation to do something fun. All of us guess what Solis on marketplace bigtime the rebound is going to be strong is so you know we need to be relevant is dead said we need to keep the dream alive so This these virtual calls you know in in in his Dan says really big relevant or not really selling so that Ben are talking about. How how do we go from being relevant keeping the dream alive engaging our market. And shift assembling. So what have you guys started laying out the framework of win in how you're going to start selling and. What does that look like? The great question yes, we have last week at first outgoing consumer facing. US called a sales email. basically hard sell. We just listed are twenty twenty one dates or up on the website. As, just pointed out, you know one of the things that research shows is that. People. Having committing to a trip is a huge part of that cannot endorphin happiness kind of pattern, right? So literally using that kind of language that how important it is to have something to look forward to So we kind of hit on that a little bit, but it's going to be soft. It's GonNa. Be It's GONNA be slow were not three emails a week. Continuing with with virtual adventures but we're also starting to turn our thoughts to You know what's next and as the contract is taken are accused by the country right? It seems like the country starting to open up people are starting to top travel like to look at our web staticy that people are coming back to the website. I can see that you know we're getting more a interest. So I'm not in consumers drive that train letdown. Tell me when they're ready to start really getting serious kind of related to that in in the interest of staying relevant. Greatest new product literally. Kind of fits this market a little bit better. It's nothing new was the stuff that we are currently working on. We just pushed forefront and promoted a little bit more Pr Presses is another way to stay relevant and we've been pretty fortunate to be able to do that So yeah, it's it's. It's I'm consumers dictate when they're ready to start being sold. Three trips yesterday. So everybody exists GonNa love it. Love it. It's true. People are people jumping bits, produce something, and especially if you've got against and I can imagine you guys group when it can't worms over there are these kids going I. WanNa go to yellowstone. Good Work Dan. That's great. So the yeah, I think that the Really. Doesn't matter what we think would what we want as operators it's always the market dictates how they. What they want in our job is to figure out what that is to give it to them. As Dan said, when they are ready I know that we're done about how are are definitely getting in Greece in people looking to the fault that's that's what we take her well starts, and so that's kind of the act. The content putting out is around the fall I activities no selling just pictures and videos and the dog sitting lonely on the beach thing. So. So the dog is waiting for you to come back. Anyway the. LET'S SHIFT INTO A. Operation. Leadership of logistics because. This is can be a really opportune time for us another many of us are of kind of athlete between high demotivated, using the time to frozen depressed in not really sure what to do, and so I really get it I. I've been there myself. I've talked many operators in. This is these are weird weird. Times. It is an opportunity to to make a shift in. One of the things that you WanNa act talked about Dan Lewis this concept of. which call them a getting off the. And and we turned about being more agile chuck talk a little bit about what you guys were doing specifically to keep the momentum going within your team shirt and GonNa be honest gotTa give credit stole that term getting off the ex from a a a great motivational speaker that Sealed literally talked about it realize circumstances were getting off the exit him and literally when you're under fire, you're you know the the enemies found you and they're shooting at one spot you got to move in literally. Really motivated me to think about it. That, way. I've always felt like he might work under pressure. And we all do right because we complain things are too easy. So, literally, you know for us it. We gotta keep moving we gotta literally keep moving we cannot sit around and feel sorry for ourselves we got we gotta keep thinking About, all the aspects of the business right down from you know, how are we going to market? How what are we going to cancel? What are we going to run? How he the Managing Tori to? Okay guess what Sunday. We're not actually run a tour and so what are we GONNA do to? Actually run a tour in a again another thing that we I think that we did. Well, we did a little bit differently than he is we embraced our guys Eric in there. They're just as hard times we are not more. So this is you know now they should be all working but a couple of months ago they were getting ready for what they thought was their season. So we communicating with them every day. Every week is well, we did virtual cocktail parties, every Friday afternoon and literally. Got Their input what are they see where they feel? And an when it came time to start thinking about actually executing trips. We empower them to help us figure out what would that mean? What does that? What does that mean Outta do they see you know? Do they see fifteen people in a fifteen passenger ever again or at least not this year? No. What do they think about sanitation where they think about? All. These different aspects we now have new reality that we all have to deal with. We come at a focus group of. Guides the help us create what is our action plan and we studied. The Airlines we studied the hotel industry we studied all the different. People affected by this and put together a plan a comprehensive planet. This is how when it's time when we're ready our first trip is June fourteenth. All Things All things go well and so we're were would be ready to actually implement the plan So you know we've used this time well I. Think Tim you you know you asked me how do you keep your team motivated right and? We're all working remote. Now we are. One of those robbers actually has an office we white working together but now we're all remote. So we're going weekly team meetings, Zoom, which is getting little old. But still rings of brings us together. As the as you know as an owner as.

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

07:25 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Share with our audience. How many cancellations you guys who does do huge volume for the world and how many cancellations refunded you have to do. It early enough of the season you know unfortunately, we salute Mr peak selling. Writer, big selling season. It's February march and April. So literally what we did was we had what we have on the books Fryer. January one and the great year was GONNA was all set to be a great ear but you know literally, I, don't know well over a thousand plus customers. That we literally reached out to and not just once we even before their trips were do we we started communicating with them and asking them? What are you looking for? What are you most comfortable with and we had? Some guests that you Early on I'm. GonNa Cancel I WANNA cancel out not I. Don't know when I'll ever travel again fortunately that number was low and we had a lot of guests that said you know sixty percent of our guests said we'll wait and see let's just wait and see but see if we could travel will ride it out Twelve percent rescheduled for later in twenty twenty. and then another petticoats twelve percent rescheduled for twenty, twenty one and again, that was early on, we started this kind of practice. Probably the first week of March in any kind of sincere effort, and now we are in trouble. The things were definitely you know shaping up around the world So national parks art our summer season. Domestically as our big season and that's what was really in really unquestionably knew at that point what the parks were going to do, and so literally became a your every week was every day it was changing as might tell guests one thing today and the F. Com. CEO Canada. Canada just closed. Their borders were not doing the Canadian rockies trip this year. Because we had that open dialogue with them if really worked, I've I've been amazed ninety nine percent of our guests oven absolutely awesome really super easy to work with if they could reschedule they did if they couldn't they honest about it. We also quickly changed our cancellation policies in our in our deposit policies and liberalized them. I know a lot of tour operator struggle with that. We just felt it was best. We really try to put ourselves in the in the consumer's shoes and it hurt it hurt a lot But in the long run, we've got zero charge facts. We've had no complaints. We've had no bad reviews, I. Literally I think our guests appreciated. The fact that we go through on our homepage. Here's what were we're willing to do now or what we can do push back final payments. Liberalized just about everything we we possibly could do, and then we also conversations were awesome about this is this hurts and many of them were like okay. Let's let's let's ask for that money for next year or later in the year. And and literally tried to work with us such as streets. You know it's it's a really of what she did. The bottom line folks with Dan is for his team is they avoided a mass amounts of. Cancellations, refunds, chargebacks which issues, and in other duties. Get it hit the fan again in the world at some point whether it's something like this or or something else that takeaway for me and I hope for you as a be proactive, be personal connect with your guests in inasmuch, in most personalized wage of Ken and a be honest. You know I think you're ABC's this is such a great model and It's it's an it's. It's helped you. Move forward and connect with your guests in a more authentic way. So let's talk about continuing on the communication foxy with guests now, as well as prospects, what is your communication with existing customers and in and look like what? We've covered the the first phase. Now we're in two. Hey, we want to stay connected tells a little bit more about what you guys do. You guys got this awesome program lets you do with kids and adult virtual tourists that finally back up, just a real quick tim decide on set the wrong stays we're getting our asses kit black everybody literally it's been nothing like I've ever dealt with before. We're just minimizing it. So literally, this is tough. But you know Again early on, we saw an opportunity try to figure out. How to stay relevant out will be the term that I would use how do you stay relevant you know again we're all condition to send out that weekly email that features three trips or that weekly email at talks about you know our newest trip. what people can buy, and we made the decision literally shut it out. Early, on that, we're not gonNA do that 'cause when I got those brothers I felt their poor taste, right we're. Not GonNa it's not going to we don't know right now to start really thinking about where nets. So we had the idea that Like, stay before anybody else which was not unusual for me do virtual events and we're fortunate that my daughter Casey her background before regard during and after adventure travel is elementary Ed and she's a kid magnet. So instead of doing, you know these virtual training webinars which we've done a lot of travel agents and things like that. We actually created virtual adventures for kids. We knew parents, we have we. Have, several staff members that have kids on their family, and they were already challenged with working from home and how they were going to handle the kids know this whole new world of of virtual learning and they needed a break. So we created this program called virtual a virtual adventures for Kids Casey hosted every week We're getting a thousand plus kids at those at those webinars every week. and. Then we're also getting feedback from the parents that you know thanking us for it, and again now the kids are talking about it was kind of a maybe a soft cell right? We were selling anything However, we are educating about how cool yellowstone is as. So now the kids are talking about all nobody else. Yellowstone and no parents are watching it with them. So just allowed us to stay relevant and allow us to continue just to kind of reach out provide services and hopefully continue to build a kind of loyal base. It's UNA- work have I i. feel sorry for Casey. She's putting in ridiculous hours to make these worthwhile. You haven't seen on there. They're all recorded on our website. Yeah. It's. It's really worth checking out. You guys are doing a great job in the proof is in the pudding to get that kind of. A response in a you guys were rolling out a series of these nothing is, is really an and I think. 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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Wonderful. Now. Before we can start, let me just set the stage we have to host will be conducting a fireside chat discussing what tourism companies can do to survive in thrived during the coronavirus all your cameras and microphones will be turned off, but we do encourage questions. So please use a chat box should be on your right hand side. If it's on opening yet, it'll be open from the bottom to provide all of your questions in. We'll get questions as we go through the forms going to be pretty simple are gonNA talk for about forty minutes I'm going to open up the questions, but you can jot down questions we'll have the best ones in in between. In our. Will Get those answers for you. Now let me introduce our speakers Dan Austin Tim Warren. Dan Austin is founder and CEO of often adventure in tour adventures in tourism. Dan Ignited his passion for adventure travel in nineteen seventy six as partner of a rafting company in the Pacific northwest is travels soon took into Alaska we own operated a mid sized construction company. Here. He gained valuable experience working out difficult logistics in long distance. Problem Solving is company completed projects from the most remote Alaskan village, Daloa, military bases of Hawaii N. The Azores. Our second host is Tim warrant his founder of business of travel business success. For over twenty six years, tours and Tim Warren has been dedicated to helping current and future tourism stakeholders worldwide to start, grow and prosper in exit in their business. Streets is also the host of the travel business success radio PODCASTS in towards tourism, Marketing TV, and author of w tourism. Bookings online program. Now it's my pleasure to welcome. You are to host towards them, Tim, Warren and Dan Austin. Really appreciate that. Thank you got for intro. Thank you all for being see some of some names out there as friends and clients, which is fun from all over the world. So that is great Dan in go back on waste in the we were talking about this today about nineteen ninety-five. We think we met in the we both had a passion for travel in tourism were both involved with a tour companies we started a. We've been we started getting together by Saturday I think in. or at least once a month we were we were on the phone chatting and we would go deep and wide and. We just have a great time talking about business willow. We have no idea what we're getting ourselves into. Yes little did I. We know what would unfold from that and They gotTa Brag a little bit on Dan. Is that Danny of kicked ass and you've done amazing things in this industry you've has fall out of life. You and your team of one norma surmountable awards in dumb. We've enjoyed numerous podcast together. So you guys haven't heard of some of our travel business dinner chatting and talking highly recommended but Yeah Dan is always pushing together and do something. We Love Nest talk about tour. against him cool. So Quick overview on folks on again of the topics, we're going to cover Dan I talked about in is not a webinars out there right now and we thought what is it? What is it? What is? What. Is Not being spoken about and what is what is? Forward forward-looking. That's both present and in the future that release is more actual and Dan of dentists copays been doing some pretty amazing stuff. Be You'll all topics we're GONNA, cover marketing communication winning how to start selling. Operation Specific leadership logistics in self care. Optimizing workflow in marketing flow to reduce costs to increase conversions, increase profits, and we're going to help Lincoln QNA We're GONNA open this up and really no question. You ask any question you want about the business wild wacky for business that we're in between the two of us Dan I have have probably been there done that or got some insight about it. So we're thrilled that you're all here in on that note Dan Lewis Jump Right into marketing communications her as our top topic when I spoke with you a couple of weeks ago about this I was suber breast with what you had done as this Kobe things started unfolding issue company in reaching out. To your guests and some of the results were having. So my question, the first question is, when did you start communicating with your existing guests and in? In when Cohen said in an how did you communicate? What were you sharing? While I think that That served as well as we actually got ahead of it and we literally saw coming. In new, we had kind of a all but eliminate the the standard. You know email marketing one right standards by your trip to Costa Rica now. By this. Look at this. So what we adopted early on was what I call the AB seats and what it was anticipate be honest in communique, and so we started a really aggressive. Campaign totally shifted our focus again early on from out Roy sales efforts, outgoing communication efforts, and we really made it personal my sales team we weren't in a position at any lay anybody off everybody work just doing different duties. We called every single guest. We told him we are very much aware situation we're monitoring it. Became the expert I studied more on you know corona virus around the world which it's dizzying because it changes every day and you you have listed five experts to even remotely get. Some idea of a position But we took personal. We dropped the the kind of a standard template emails and I started sending out personal emails for me is very honest about the my language mytalk. Jauregui born a few typos in there, but literally just trying to. Set the stage that you know we were there for the long haul were aware what's going on? Were totally all about working with our guest to to keep them save. And we were just honest if we didn't know we said we don't know and we said this the things are changing drastically. Yes. Last week I told you we are going to be running Utah April that changed. Now we're running it on June. Man Literally. took that kind of. A come a full frontal approach. Let's just really go out of our way over communicate and and let them know that we're human air human and just accept. The position that we're all in fortunately in right now, we're together I the message that I, think we got across loud and clear to our customers is that we're in this together so That was the start. One. Would I was so impressed with Dan I mean I really. Liked your approach and it was personal. It was proactive and I got on the phone and call and I know that during this time you're talking about. March murzyn enable, and many of us were dealing with cancellations. We're all or people are not looking mostly cancellations in refunds and and uh.

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"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"tim warren" Discussed on Travel Business Success | Helping Tourism Professionals Realize Their Dreams

"Wonderful. Now. Before we can start, let me just set the stage we have to host will be conducting a fireside chat discussing what tourism companies can do to survive in thrived during the coronavirus all your cameras and microphones will be turned off, but we do encourage questions. So please use a chat box should be on your right hand side. If it's on opening yet, it'll be open from the bottom to provide all of your questions in. We'll get questions as we go through the forms going to be pretty simple are gonNA talk for about forty minutes I'm going to open up the questions, but you can jot down questions we'll have the best ones in in between. In our. Will Get those answers for you. Now let me introduce our speakers Dan Austin Tim Warren. Dan Austin is founder and CEO of often adventure in tour adventures in tourism. Dan Ignited his passion for adventure travel in nineteen seventy six as partner of a rafting company in the Pacific northwest is travels soon took into Alaska we own operated a mid sized construction company. Here. He gained valuable experience working out difficult logistics in long distance. Problem Solving is company completed projects from the most remote Alaskan village, Daloa, military bases of Hawaii N. The Azores. Our second host is Tim warrant his founder of business of travel business success. For over twenty six years, tours and Tim Warren has been dedicated to helping current and future tourism stakeholders worldwide to start, grow and prosper in exit in their business. Streets is also the host of the travel business success radio PODCASTS in towards tourism, Marketing TV, and author of w tourism. Bookings online program. Now it's my pleasure to welcome. You are to host towards them, Tim, Warren and Dan Austin. Really appreciate that. Thank you got for intro. Thank you all for being see some of some names out there as friends and clients, which is fun from all over the world. So that is great Dan in go back on waste in the we were talking about this today about nineteen ninety-five. We think we met in the we both had a passion for travel in tourism were both involved with a tour companies we started a. We've been we started getting together by Saturday I think in. or at least once a month we were we were on the phone chatting and we would go deep and wide and. We just have a great time talking about business willow. We have no idea what we're getting ourselves into. Yes little did I. We know what would unfold from that and They gotTa Brag a little bit on Dan. Is that Danny of kicked ass and you've done amazing things in this industry you've has fall out of life. You and your team of one norma surmountable awards in dumb. We've enjoyed numerous podcast together. So you guys haven't heard of some of our travel business dinner chatting and talking highly recommended but Yeah Dan is always pushing together and do something. We Love Nest talk about tour. against him cool. So Quick overview on folks on again of the topics, we're going to cover Dan I talked about in is not a webinars out there right now and we thought what is it? What is it? What is? What. Is Not being spoken about and what is what is? Forward forward-looking. That's both present and in the future that release is more actual and Dan of dentists copays been doing some pretty amazing stuff. Be You'll all topics we're GONNA, cover marketing communication winning how to start selling. Operation Specific leadership logistics in self care. Optimizing workflow in marketing flow to reduce costs to increase conversions, increase profits, and we're going to help Lincoln QNA We're GONNA open this up and really no question. You ask any question you want about the business wild wacky for business that we're in between the two of us Dan I have have probably been there done that or got some insight about it. So we're thrilled that you're all here in on that note Dan Lewis Jump Right into marketing communications her as our top topic when I spoke with you a couple of weeks ago about this I was suber breast with what you had done as this Kobe things started unfolding issue company in reaching out. To your guests and some of the results were having. So my question, the first question is, when did you start communicating with your existing guests and in? In when Cohen said in an how did you communicate? What were you sharing? While I think that That served as well as we actually got ahead of it and we literally saw coming. In new, we had kind of a all but eliminate the the standard. You know email marketing one right standards by your trip to Costa Rica now. By this. Look at this. So what we adopted early on was what I call the AB seats and what it was anticipate be honest in communique, and so we started a really aggressive. Campaign totally shifted our focus again early on from out Roy sales efforts, outgoing communication efforts, and we really made it personal my sales team we weren't in a position at any lay anybody off everybody work just doing different duties. We called every single guest. We told him we are very much aware situation we're monitoring it. Became the expert I studied more on you know corona virus around the world which it's dizzying because it changes every day and you you have listed five experts to even remotely get. Some idea of a position But we took personal. We dropped the the kind of a standard template emails and I started sending out personal emails for me is very honest about the my language mytalk. Jauregui born a few typos in there, but literally just trying to. Set the stage that you know we were there for the long haul were aware what's going on? Were totally all about working with our guest to to keep them save. And we were just honest if we didn't know we said we don't know and we said this the things are changing drastically. Yes. Last week I told you we are going to be running Utah April that changed. Now we're running it on June. Man Literally. took that kind of. A come a full frontal approach. Let's just really go out of our way over communicate and and let them know that we're human air human and just accept. The position that we're all in fortunately in right now, we're together I the message that I, think we got across loud and clear to our customers is that we're in this together so That was the start. One. Would I was so impressed with Dan I mean I really. Liked your approach and it was personal. It was proactive and I got on the phone and call and I know that during this time you're talking about. March murzyn enable, and many of us were dealing with cancellations. We're all or people are not looking mostly cancellations in refunds and and uh.

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"tim warren" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He's making a push to register one million voters in Florida, I'm committed, and I hope you're equally committed to recognize that the road to the White House wants to Florida weekend denied Donald Trump a second term right here in the state of Florida Gillam was narrowly defeated in his race for governor by Kirk governor. Rhonda Santa's dash Cam video reveals the arrest of a Saint Cloud police officer after he was accused of drunk driving and crashing into others super say, Tim Warren caused a chain reaction crash with three other cars at the intersection of one ninety two and and settlement last week. He was. The only one injured according to an arrest report Warren failed several sobriety tests. Or you do on the provider breath test determined alcohol. Two per se. His blood alcohol content was three times the legal limit three hours after the crash. Warren turned in his badge gun and department issued SUV and is out on bond Katrina scales. News ninety six point five w we heard this before and other cities now Miami Beach residents tired of the spring break chaos. Overtaking their town and city leaders are taking action of their own the eighty additional officers will be patrolling ocean drive this weekend. They're also considering finding ways to make spring break. Less fun in the future is not a kind of tourism that. I think that we need. I think the conversation might have been more difficult for Fort Lauderdale back in the day because their economy was very dependent on spring break. I I think we're much more resilient than bad. I think we can do without this some future options disgusted a city commission meeting include changing alcohol sale times, maybe even a curfew. How about a video that's going to give you the creeps a Texas man noticed a few rattlesnakes and called for help..

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I've extort are going to be stores on all types of real retailers, including internet will be in the high four percent range. Her says, this will end up being a much stronger year than last year, Massachusetts hope sales volume hit it all time. High end November. Meanwhile, industry tracker, the Warren group says median home prices rose four and a half percent to three hundred eighty five thousand dollars more than fifty two hundred homes were sold up more than two percent going forward, though, CEO Tim Warren says this strength made off last. I think that there is a a slowing in the market. You know, it's sort of like, you know, when you have a you're climbing a mountain. You're you're constantly going up. But sometimes you're you're climbing at a steeper slope than other times the mass retailers association, which uses a different measuring technique says home sales went down year over year last month, although median home prices rose, twelve South Carolina, prison inmates left in cells with raw sewage corrections officials say six cells at the Correctional Institute in ridgeville were flooded. With toilet water this month, the president one of several that have been locked down since seven inmates died in April riot in Bates. In videos of the spill say toilet spewed sewage for about twelve hours. They say the president had to wait for crews from Columbia to come help and inmates were stuck in the affected cells and serve their meals during that time prison officials say the sewage spill was caused by inmates in other cells repeatedly tried to flush clothing down the drain. Seven twenty six make that seven twenty-seven now on WBZ again, the temperature.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A specialist if you need implant dentistry, Dr polish the pioneer of implant dentistry is again, growing the business. Actor Maria Dona has joined the practice. There's a new office in Andover. And now's the time to call seven eight one two three five nine nine eight eight or hit dental implants have Boston dot com. Six twenty five and we check New England business. Here's Jeff Brown. There have been fears now signs that the nation's real estate market is taking a bit of a break. Home sales are down seven percent in November compared to last year so far things locally still looking good. Tim Warren with real estate tracking firm. The Warren group is keeping an eye on it though, slowing down. It's hard to know whether it's slowing down because there aren't enough houses for sale or whether it's slowing down a little bit, maybe because of higher interest rates mortgage rates have stabilized. But now the fed is adding uncertainty with its rate hike. Biotech in greater Boston attracts, billions, potentially scholar rock and drug giant, Gilead, scientists tying the knot on a licensing deal that could be worth more than one point four billion Gilead. We'll get the global rights to three of scholar rocks fibrous treatments. The Cambridge company gets the money Japan. Softbank vision fund pours half a billion dollars into startup Cambridge mobile telematics, which is developing a product to promote safer driving. The company uses artificial intelligence and behavioral science to detect driving patterns that could lead to crashes. That's New England business. Jeff brown. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. When the deadline clock is ticking an unreliable networking costs your.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Programs last year Grubb hub bought out Boston competitor food alert then shut it down it is expected that level ops more than two hundred employees will stay put in this, deal and the brand will stay intact as well the price. Of a single family home in Massachusetts has never been higher the. Median price in, June four hundred twenty thousand dollars according. To real estate tracking firm the Warren. Group there's not enough Apply and too much. Demand but CEO Tim Warren says the sticker shock is also just too much for young buyers to get, their feet wet A lot, of, them were looking at condos but a lot of younger people probably willing to settle for rental apart of the, silver lining here Warren says typically June's prices are the highest of the year WBZ news time. Three twenty seven and also in. Business news today regulators in Braintree have given unanimous approval for Amazon to build, a distribution center in that town the okay is. Not given lightly the planning board placing nearly seventy conditions on the approval before it can proceed including more than. A million dollars for traffic mitigation critics have long issued complaints that the volume of packages. Will lead to massive traffic problems at, the distribution center those concerns seemingly addressed with the conditional approval Wall Street is headed in the right direction in the final half hour of trading the Dow is up thirteen. Points WBZ news time three twenty eight now is the time to save. With a double. Tax discount, and zero percent financing until two thousand nineteen it's going on now at Bernie and Phil's There's.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Year it's pretty big issue for current provider blue cross blue shield which says it's disappointed but not surprised the move will double the current size of neighborhood health plan save up to fifteen million dollars a year for partners same old story for real estate in massachusetts numbers for may from tracking firm the warren group says singlefamily home sales are down prices are up ceo tim warren has a couple of reasons why inventories the biggest issue we have some rising interest rates are not making things easier called buyers but really it's the choices that people see when they go out shopping they just aren't finding a whole lot the mass association of realtors comes out with a similar report and finds the same dynamic to for the month of may fewer sales tight inventory rising prices the organization also says for just the second time ever the median price of a home in may in massachusetts topped four hundred thousand dollars it is almost the exact opposite opposite situation for renters in the nation a new report by analytics firm real page finds apartment rents are climbing at the slowest rate in eight years the research suggests there's too much inventory too much supply many of the country's largest metro areas are reporting close to no increase in rents compared the last year and in those areas most affected by supply landlords are providing bigger and bigger incentives it goes from bad to worse for summit therapeutics cambridge company says it's mid stage clinical trial do hsien muscular dystrophy isn't working it's getting out pulling the plug summit is quartered in england significant operations here in the greater boston area though it's taking a beating on wall street share prices were down about eighty percent on the news today also the company says because of that it will refocus its efforts on it's antibiotic pipeline but it will be need it will begin to need to embark on a cost cutting campaign wbz news time seven twentyseven few things are as we warning as building a business one that makes a positive impact in our community and in the lives of those who live.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"There the lord our god is out there vince or you think will find him with the space exploration oh become interesting i absolutely prefer a private industry over big government i support the idea of american space exploration however i can't help but wonder where all the money elon musk has used to build space x came from seems likely is the very least heavily taxpayer subsidized just like tesla is and that's one of the other dirty secrets about this the new mission of nasser's to go where mankind has not gone i e exploration of other planets and to leave business to capitalize on the advancement made so far who right i don't wanna find aliens out there we have enough open borders now a that is pretty good and what else do we have here vince lookout look back at leonardo da vinci who is considered a heretic by the church of rome because he dared to explore new scientific ideas the church did not even want people to learn how to read martin luther blew the lid off of that in owner important people along the way who expand the frontiers beyond just space and this was very important you know it's kind of funny because i see no contradiction between science exploration and faith there is no contradiction now i will say science if you're into scientism there is an ongoing war against faith no question about that but it even bus putting the car in space i'm surprised no one has mentioned the opening scene to the cult classic movie heavy metal uh never noticed none of these save the planet types are willing to help out by receiving the darwin award a up i don't think they want to volunteer for that would would not be good at tim you get about a minute here for you get a break good morning tim warren events i can tell you that i think there are tailings out there i was visit by one for about flaws years and i asked exhorted take that thing away any wouldn't in it reproduced it took us charlotte judge jan hugo away old i must tell you what you could easily day car that you did we are dealing with.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty seven sixty seven and the mega ball five we check doing business with wb sees rod for it later this afternoon governor charlie baker will join us president martti me at umass level to announce details on the future of advanced manufacturing of functional fibres and hybrid electronics here in the commonwealth of the baker and pelita witnessed rations massachusetts manufacturing innovation initiative also noticed the two one two has committed over a hundred million dollars in funding across five advanced manufacturing institute here the basti east boston is growing of two major construction projects are underway on the waterfront right now want a condo complex called slip sixty five the other is called boss them east seventy one million boutique mid rise residential community tim warren ceo of the warren groups us condos analysis are hot in east the condo last five years they went from two hundred twenty seven thousand five hundred the median price for a condo up to four hundred sixty thousand last here that's new england business i'm rod fritz wbz news radio ten thirty asking the right question is not five percent of getting the right answer the that before the house have reached out to the democrats on your work on his with device tell me i think this conflict right for roofing question what are some of the questions you honestly answered out what russia you the central the question that's a great question of press the perfect wessel is a question why would you be your news from.

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"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"tim warren" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ownership option and then there is boston east it's a seventy one million dollar boutique mid rise residential community being delivered and developed by trinity financial now i talked with tim warren he is the ceo of the warren group about the changes that have come to east boss than you know whether it be attraction the wanted used the record is a quick way ride from boston over to the downtown area footage district uneven getting out toward the mass general that makes it occular with some of the young professional and look what the luxury condo in luxury apartment buildings that are going up are attracting restaurant the uh the idea the debra putting it on satellite museum over there you know the of the development over their body set aside affordable housing units for artist so it's becoming a cut above the hip in the late term warren ceo of the warren group says condos unleashed boston while the prices they have almost quadrupled if not have quadrupled over the last five years the numbers are not in yet but judging from the traffic jams on cape cod this long threeday weekend a lot of you spent some time on the cape even though the weather yesterday wasn't the best when the north crosses the ceo of cape cod chamber of commerce and she tells wbz yes the numbers are in but she thinks they will turn out to be quite good when they do come out in about a month if you're fathered by the appearance her symptoms of enlarged things in your legs.

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