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"travis russell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 10 months ago

"travis russell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Had to personally furlough staff and just keep the doors open by working every day. So in five months, I literally have five days off where I could totally just unplug and that was due to just shutting down our doors. So I think as a business owner a lot of times the The work of keeping your business open just falls on you. It has come that kind of a personal sacrifice. Um, but we're still in business. Any small business owners in old town are burning themselves out just to stay afloat. Valerie Reimer owns Lucinda's a fashion boutique. She took out an emergency disaster loan earlier this year. But like Travis Russell, she's also running out of money. Was maybe not necessarily thinking that that was going to need to be survival money through the end of the year and beyond. But personally, I'm clinging to those funds right now and a big, very cautious and knowing that I need to make them last. Valerie has two small Children. She's preparing to home school this fall. In addition to running a business, like other small business owners here, she's balancing the health of her customers, her business herself. And her family. It's quite stressful. I haven't added element. My husband Is immune compromised. He is really unwell, and he has down like £35. So what he normally is so, um, Sorry. That's give me a little cereal here. It's just awful for a lot, but you know it is for everybody. Everybody has Story. Right now, and it's hard for everybody. Right now, Valerie's holding on until Thanksgiving, the busiest time of year. For retailers like her. She's hoping the customers will return. But like many of the small business owners here in old town money patient's confidence Roll weren't then that was one ace James Morrison and K. M U W Reporter, not Jeff..

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"travis russell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:42 min | 10 months ago

"travis russell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"New stimulus package means for him. Congress passed in $900 billion stimulus package last night and includes $600 stimulus checks for some Americans, and it extends the paycheck protection program that was a lifeline for some businesses when it launched in March, but not nearly enough for others, especially many restaurants. More than 100,000 restaurants have closed since the start of the pandemic, and hundreds of thousands more are hanging on by a thread for curious how this new stimulus will help restaurant owners and workers. So we're checking in with the familiar voice. Travis Russell owns public at the Brickyard. That's a restaurant in Wichita, Kansas. We've spoken to him several times since the pandemic began. This is part of our one day across America partnership with K M U. W in Wichita, Kansas. Travis. Welcome back to one, eh? Hey, glad to be here. Thanks for having me. So we spoke to you a few times this year. Last time was in August. How is business been since then? It's you know, in short is taken someone of Ah, slow turned downward into really the last month or so, which is kind of accelerated that downturn and kind of Ah Bottomed out quite a bit, but what has been driving the downturn? You know, I think from the timelines perspective, we, um you know, as a restaurant and local business owners kind of foresaw, you know, living in the Midwest, an area where it gets cold in the winter. That you know, seating inside a restaurant in the middle of pandemic was going to be, you know, problematic and would would have some challenges. And we we first saw. Maybe this would be a time where things would get kind of bleak. As far as a revenue standpoint, people coming in Actually, just having business on Ben patrons to serve. So that has come true. We certainly have seen, you know, patronage fall off and the lack of people coming Out to eat and tow, you know, really come into the restaurant. How have you been trying to adapt your business in recent months? You know, really we we sort of like I said, had projected that this might be the case. We've tried to come up with some ways to pivot, which I don't think is unique to us. I think many restaurants right now We're trying to figure out what they can do. You know, even even ones not in colder climates. You know, how can they create new sources of revenue? And and really our focus has been to create some curbside, which is has not had tremendous success. But we've done some holiday. Um, catering for families we've decided to make, you know, kids for 2 to 4, or, you know, smaller group and gatherings that might be, you know, single homes, and we've had some success with that, and in. Additionally we've actually started doing frozen pizzas. Which is a way to do something we do in house on, then actually distributed, you know, tol households and another way to create revenue where we literally have, you know, made the pizzas utilize our staff to then package them and then myself, my business partner or employees will That colors of dry ice and deliver them door to door for free on Fridays in the community. What we talked about the second round of stimulus that passed recently. What was the most helpful measure in the first stimulus package for your business? Well, you know, I would say we would not be here without the P P P, Uh Protection for sure. I mean, I think that you know that. Was a lifeline in a way that you know Especially beginning pandemic. Really, No one knew what was going to happen. That was a major life saver for us. I would say definitely. That's the thing that has pulled us through and put us in position to keep our staff intact, which really has been the primary focus. Of our business, you know, throughout the pandemic, So when you look at this new stimulus package, what's in there that could help your restaurant in your workers? I think you know there's there's an offer of more peopie stimulus. I think you know the challenges we've had in the coming weeks have been, you know, full time employees. We've asked them to take a reduction and ours. You know when we're looking historically, at last year's dad and saying, you know, maybe Well, you know, schedule this amount of people. We've now had to look in a week by week and even hour by hour and say, Hey, I know you're used to being at this number our level we're going to trade back and forth. You and Another employee and try to keep these hours all balance so everyone gets a you know a fair amount of hours to keep our team together because you know that's really the most important part to our restaurant. I would say many restaurants if you ask them. Or anyone managing a staff of people. They're working together in that environment. That's the most crucial thing is your staff, keeping them together and making sure that they're supported? Talking to Travis Russell. He owns public at the Brickyard that the restaurant in Wichita, Kansas, when you applied for the paycheck protection program, the first round. How simple was it for you to access that money? Eyes is, you know somewhat difficult. You know, there were lending from different banks, and we had to sort of find a partnership there that would work. We were really lucky in the fact that several business owners that had success, you know, sort of shared knowledge and let us to the water. The community at large here has been really helpful. Um, you know, it's a were smaller, big town. So so folks in the community, the restaurant entertainment industry down here as well, You know, really kind of know each other on a first name basis, so Was awaited kind of network and get those things done. But, you know, certainly wasn't the easiest thing ever. There's ah. A decent amount of work that was put into it. But you know the real benefit of it was just being able to like pull those like I said, pull those employees back into the fold to make sure that they could stay on staff. You know, I think we put a lot of our energy into just making sure that we got that loan are the peopie P money in the beginning because we knew that that was our only way, You know, moving forward. Well, you mentioned trap often business in recent months. Do you think this new stimulus well will help A lot of restaurants your restaurant, make it to spring or summer. You know, I think Yeah, So I'm hopeful, but I would say when looking at it from a. You know, if we're looking at a 3 to 6 month plan, you know, I think that there's an opportunity here, possibly, but I think you know. It's a little less than than what's desired. Hopefully it will put money in people's pockets. But you know, it's up here against the deadline of a Christmas holiday. Folks really could utilize that money several weeks ago in preparation for the you know, the first of the month, paying rent and at large restaurant industries..

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"travis russell" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"travis russell" Discussed on KPCC

"We experience a July Alright, sorry, January downturn anyways, you know that's something that were used to. So we planned for that way. Think about how that's gonna affect our business annually and so coming up against this this year, it's no different. It's just that a lot of our reserves and a lot of our planning has already been exhausted Toe whether that's sort of what we call January 1st New Year's Eve two Valentine's Day slump. Um, So we're hopeful that this can bridge the gap. I you know, Only time will tell if we're still on on a pretty soft footing. We've we've had a loss in revenue for the last six weeks. Operating in the red and you know, and it's really kind of put a lot of pressure on a lot of people and like I said Shorter hours that we have to give to our staff and really shut down our auras operation. We're not operating four days a week, you know, with less hours of operation, and it's difficult to market to your clientele when you're open what you're doing. You know when things are changing, so we're hopeful this could get us through. I wish it would have been. You know, earlier in the year, I think that would have been more helpful. But you know, we certainly are are thankful that there is a twist. Some help coming through a lifeline that can push us through. I will say one little caveat. Our community was poised to have the first round the N C. A a Tournament men's basketball tournament in March. That we also hosted a number of years ago. On Dat was our single largest revenue weekend ever in the history of our business. So you know many of us kind of we're looking in the fall that if we can just get through the spring, and the warm weather will be there and weaken, you know, use outdoor seating again to generate revenue and Possibly We'll have our own micro stimulus hosting this tournament. That might, you know, provides more revenue as well. And that's since been canceled. Our sorry relocated to Indianapolis so You know, that's a little bit of Ah. You know a disappointment, So we're just kind of rolling with the punches and hoping that you know the stimulus can for able to apply and get it. Bridge the gap and guess, um, enough revenue for employees that we can keep them, You know, on staff moving forward, I mean, that's the biggest thing to us is making sure that we can keep our team together. And really that you know, the stimulus combined with some unemployment, you know is what we need to help them out to make sure that they can, you know, make ends meet when we can't provide that through a revenue stream to the business. These air really hard times. There are vaccines. Now there will be a Another side to this pandemic will be on the other side of it at some point, But how are you thinking about the restaurant business as a whole right now, considering the fact that Most restaurants run on an incredibly slim margins in the best of times. Well, I think if you're you know, if you've gone to this experience, like we have any other restaurant tour is probably our chef operator owner is looking at this and saying we've gotta diversify. We've got to figure out other ways, too. Generate revenue We can't put you know, quote unquote, all our eggs in one basket and then we're certainly you know, thinking about that, too. How can we survive pandemic? How can we do more curbside, how we do different things and exporting those avenues? They're gonna be really important. But, you know, really, I think that we're Somewhat of the rest of experience has to come back for these things to be viable. I mean, this is, you know, something that celebrated celebrated, You know, it's really exciting to see people in the facility and joined themselves coming on location, have drinks and Meet up friends, You know, people have found their their significant others here we've you know, It's a tremendous sort of vibrant environment to be a part of a restaurant. That's really hard work as you mentioned with razor thin margin, so I'm hopeful that those things come back, But we do. Um, I think his industry a large have to look at ways to No find new revenue streams. This pandemic is really accelerated that learning curve and hopefully, you know, we can learn to figure out ways to generate revenue. That's not cite specific, You know, just to our operation on a day to day. Um, because, as you pointed out, you know, even with vaccines, it's it's It's a little bit of a long haul to the spring toe late spring on That's Travis Russell, owner of public at the Brickyard. A restaurant in Wichita. Kansas. Travis. Thanks for speaking with us. Hey, thanks for the time this'll conversation is part of our one day across America partnership with K M U. W in Wichita, Kansas. Now let's turn to the holidays. It's supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year. But the holidays are looking a bit different in 2020 here to talk us through the art of a small celebration is China Garden. She's the author of a dozen books. Her latest is called Modern Comfort Food. She's also the Star of Food Network's Barefoot.

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"travis russell" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:13 min | 10 months ago

"travis russell" Discussed on KPCC

"Restaurant owners and workers. So we're checking in with the familiar voice. Travis Russell owns public at the Brickyard. That's a restaurant in Wichita, Kansas. We've spoken to him several times since the pandemic began. This is part of our one day across America. Partnership with K. M U W in Wichita, Kansas. Travis. Welcome back to one, eh? Hey, glad to be here. Thanks for having me. So we spoke to you a few times this year. Last time was in August. How is business been since then? Ah, it's you know, in short is taken somewhat of. Ah, slow turn downward to really the last month or so, which is kind of accelerated that downturn and kind of Ah Bottomed out quite a bit, but what has been driving the downturn? You know, I think from the timelines perspective, we, um you know, as a restaurant and local business owners kind of foresaw, you know, living in the Midwest and area where it gets cold in the winter. That, you know. Seating inside a restaurant in the middle of pandemic was going to be, you know, problematic and would would have some challenges. And we said we first saw. Maybe this would be a time where things we get kind of bleak As far as a revenue standpoint, people coming in Actually, just having business on Dpetrie is to serve. So that has come true. We certainly have seen, you know, patronage fall off and the lack of people coming. Out to eat and tow, you know, really come into the restaurant. How have you been trying to adapt your business in recent months? You know, really we we sort of like I said, had projected that this might be the case. We've tried to come up with some ways to pivot, which I don't think is unique to us. I think many restaurants right now We're trying to figure out what they can do. You know, um even even ones not in colder climates. You know, how can they create new sources of revenue And And really our focus has been to create some curbside, which is has not had tremendous success. But we've done some holiday catering for families We've decided to make, you know, kids for 2 to 4. You know, smaller group and gatherings that might be, you know, single homes, and we've had some success with that. And in addition, we've we've actually started doing frozen pizzas. Which is a way to do something we do in house on, then actually distributed, you know, tol households and another way to create revenue where we literally have, you know, made the pizzas utilize our staff to then package them and then myself, my business partner or employees will Back coolers of dry ice and deliver them door to door for free on Fridays in the community. We talked about the second round of stimulus that passed recently. What was the most helpful measure in the first stimulus package for your business? Well, you know, I would say we would not be here without the P P P, Uh Protection for sure. I mean, I think that you know that. Was a lifeline in a way that you know, especially beginning pandemic. Really. No one knew what was going to happen. That was a major life saver for us. I would say definitely. That's the thing that has pulled us through and put us in position to keep our staff intact, which really has been the primary focus. Of our business, you know, throughout the pandemic, So when you look at this new stimulus package, what's in there that could help your restaurant in your workers? I think you know there's there's an offer of more peopie stimulus. I think you know the challenges we've had in the coming weeks have been, you know, full time employees. We've asked them to take a reduction and ours. You know when we're looking historically, at last year's dad and saying, you know, maybe Well, you know, schedule this amount of people we've now had to look, you know, week by week and even hour by hour and say, Hey, I know you're used to being at this number our level we're gonna trade back and forth you and Another employee and try to keep these hours all balanced. So everyone gets a you know a fair amount of hours to keep our team together because you know that's really the most important part to our restaurant. I would say many restaurants if you ask them. Or anyone managing a staff of people. They're working together in that environment. That's the most crucial thing is your staff, keeping them together and making sure that they're supported? Talking to Travis Russell. He owns public at the Brickyard that the restaurant in Wichita, Kansas, when you applied for the paycheck protection program, the first round. How simple was it for you to access that money? It is, you know, somewhat difficult. You know, there were lending from different banks, and we had to sort of find a partnership there that would work. We were really lucky in the fact that several business owners that had success, you know, sort of shared knowledge and let us to the water. The community at large here has been really helpful. Um, you know, it's a were smaller, big town. So so folks in the community, the restaurant entertainment industry down here as well, Um, you know, really kind of know each other on a first name basis, so That was ah awaited kind of network and get those things done. But, you know, certainly wasn't the easiest thing ever. There's ah. A decent amount of work that was put into it. But you know the real benefit of it was just being able to like pull those like I said, pull those employees back into the fold to make sure that they could stay on staff. You know, I think we put a lot of our energy into just making sure that we got that. Alone are the peopie P money in the beginning because we knew that that was our only way. You know, moving forward. Well, you mentioned trap often business in recent months. Do you think this new stimulus Well will help a lot of restaurants your restaurant, make it to spring or summer. You know, I think Yeah, so I'm hopeful but I would say when looking at it from, you know if we're looking at a 3 to 6 month plan, you know? I think that there's an opportunity here, possibly, but I think you know as a little less than what's desired. Hopefully it will put money in people's pockets. But you know, it's up here against the deadline of a Christmas holiday. Folks really could utilize that money several weeks ago in preparation for the You know, the first the month paying rent and at large restaurant industries are not excluded, you know?.

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"travis russell" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"travis russell" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"The potted flower on his desk I mean it's so detailed and I just thought why is so detail has to be? It really has to be if if. If, there's a dinner dinners out there like it's an attorney, the. Rights of a contract with just isn't as detailed. I mean I would say not a good thing. You want this thing to be apple so detailed that it's you know sixty seventy pages long. It just that's the way it has to be because. You know this is a long term. Long term, this is your whole life basically. so. And I didn't realize that so I learned. A lot from my the as far as that. You know. How Deep Lt wasn't writing everything up. That's a that's a good thing to look at man like a good way to like I guess picking a hoosier turn if you don't mind me asking. His name was Tyler Jones. Yeah. He's great absurdity. Is He like these? Yes, he did dental practice attorney. And harass another thing that I would say I mean There are plenty of really good. Just general contract attorneys out there that would probably do a great job, but I would recommend Democrats attorney dental practice CPA. just 'cause they they just. They just know. Details about specifically dental practices that you know even though maybe a general contract turney. Maybe a great. Maybe a great attorney may not think about. or General CPA. Okay and then your accountant. Asking whose? Name is Kenny Newton. He's he's a great CPA been really really happy with him. very very detailed. Dental specific tour now he is Donald dental specific. That's good. That's good so right now. Throughout this whole process. Man Like what's been some of the. Like if you can be as openness possible, some of the best companies you've worked with in some of the worst ones. Yeah I mean. I haven't had a ton of bad experiences with with certain companies. You know I am currently working with prison graphics, and they're doing my sign age and you know for the most part they're. They're really great I think I think. I think that Communication when they sent me a few proofs that I didn't believe love, and so I kind of communicate back to this day. This is what I want and we'll see. We'll see what I was a little shocked. The okay, that's not quite what I wanted so but there they're. People are really great. prison graphics. And they're doing the signage. You know it's not necessarily that I have worked with A. With a a a bad company per se I guess. I guess I. It's more of like okay. Is this company more or less thorough than different company? And I had a I had a consultant that that I heard initial, and he was great, but I I found out. My CPA was a lot a lot more thorough than he wasn't so ended up Letting him go and and using my CPA for the rest of it. And so. Well I guess that I'd never really had anything that was. Any company that I worked with that was that was just on the topic? Hey, I would avoid them. You know cash. Hampshire but more like like your CPA. Is that good lean? We're like he's. Like I don't need a consultant. The Guy knows what he's doing. That's good man. That's good having people like that and your team. You know especially right now. So then what's been some of the? Besides your attorney and and your CPA like best companies that that you've seen. You work with. Yeah so So for me. I'm reviewing all the computer systems in In the practice because it's it's hasn't been updated since probably nine hundred eighty nine, so I'm. I'm changing changing all getting all new computer system, so the company that I I'm working wish, was they? They've been excellent is dark horse? Darkhorse Tech, they're. They're super good. They're they're completely dental. And They'd been just absolutely amazing. They came out and did a whole survey. Give me a whole quote and everything and and they've got She's been really great the the guy that I talked to Ruben. Dark he's just been absolutely great throughout the whole process and there. Everything's ready to go. I just need to get my loan a disbursement. To get the down payment and they're coming in. They're going to Redo everything so dark horses a great, a great option for for for intact option if you're looking to. Redo all the computer systems in your office. What else are you looking to Redo your office? Again because it's, is it out super, outdated or yeah I mean it's pretty outdated, and that's a good question. I'm pro I, said the all all Texas them. We're going paperless, so we're going to transition from from paper charts all the way. To digital not might take about six or seven months, if not longer but we're GONNA use. Detrick. Switch everything over. I? Don't plan on on changing at any of the opportunities just yet. They're all working in functioning condition, so I kind of have to pick and choose what what what to change at this point I might, I might do some improvements to the waiting area. update chairs and that kind of thing all new phone systems are going in, or we're talking about by new stare autoclaves because the current autoclaves are about out the door. As far as their function everything and you know for me, productivity is GonNa be a big one so autoclaves that. Can can turn over about six ten minutes. You know so that I'm not I'm not logging on my sterilization. Those are the main things I'm not changing a whole lot might do definitely gonNA. Spend money in COVID. Nineteen are nineteen response. And have talked have A. Look at some of the material that quite. McCoy center in Seattle has has talked about with their with their fog machines, and I believe it's hydrochloric acid that they've recommended yeah to do that, so we're looking. We're looking into that and maybe invest in something like that. A lot of this I have about thirty thousand allocated marketing and branding. So That's a big front front expense that I'm that I'm going straight into. New, website. New everything internal external marketing, all the mail outs and everything and and the The Marketing The Marketing Person I'm in contact with his name's Travis Russell and he's been absolutely excellent to. Currently. He's making You know magnet tags name tags for Dowse and everything, and and he's. He's probably GONNA be doing. All the most of the extra marketing mail outs and that kind of thing for the practice throughout the future, but he's travis wrestling, great great marketing person. Is that just like his own thing, or is that as like business, an employee for business or diabetes? Part of business I'm trying to remember the name of the business the yeah with his emails that POPs up at his as his name. Is Not the prison place right? That prison graphics, no not different man. That's a good chunk of marketing, but it kind of get it. You know what I mean like your rebranding and you're doing everything. You want to let them know. Do you have a little bit of like? Oh, man. What if everything shuts down again? Yeah, that's that's that's. That's an interesting thing. And the main. The main thing that I have is.

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"travis russell" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"travis russell" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"By the Michigan offense led by Shea Patterson what did you see from Saturday the gives you hope they can beat Ohio state this Saturday I get in Patterson you brought it up and I think putting two games together like he did the first one you never know if it's just okay I wouldn't call the flu but Hey maybe just had a great game and I go back to gentle corn for example at Purdue already thinking all management found its quarterback this was a few years ago when will this make our and then he came back against Michigan state in late night but I think she Patterson has elevated his game they got a good balance on offense in our defenses held up pretty good against everyone cell the the play great on Saturday and then you know the other side of the ball you know the they've given up some yardage but you know a lot of times they are blowing up points out any kind of timing here you've got you know this isn't like up be elsewhere both teams sometimes or six two six or seven five you know I mean you're playin ten and one eleven and I'll you know at worse it you know maybe a two lost team so there's no key lock to Los teams in our region other than men in white but it's a it's a huge challenge for us because they're a great team Tony is a football coach of Ferris state university Bulldogs ranks second in the two football host in a playoff game again central Missouri this holiday weekend on Saturday at one o'clock at top tiger field in big rapids here on the west side of the state all the game in postseason a ticket info everything in either Ferris state Bulldogs dot com that is Ferris state Bulldogs dot com three weeks off but we talked about this last week Tony and now with Campbell have an ankle surgery and out for the rest of the season Travis Russell who gives you the luxury of being an incredible back up and a leader on the field and off the field he now will quarterback the dogs as you try and win the D. two national championship let's talk about the lay off it also Russell now is you're sure fire number one QB the rest of the postseason yeah the layoffs been great it's really got this fresh lakes you know the the the thing about it is sometimes coaches kind of assess things like the weather or layoffs are playing on the road and and then they start you know making excuses for why they can you know kind of sale and sell in our situation is everything's a pasta though the layoff positive were fresh or help the minus J. rule and recited a place so we've had a lot of opportunities to kind of rejuvenate ourselves sometimes show last night actually went sixteen straight games so you know we we got kind of a two week in our mission and our get ready for through this playoff game and it's our six that straight thanksgiving weekend gain Europe but we're proud of that willow Russell he's had a lot of point in time so that makes you comfortable going into your playoff opener Saturday one atop tiger field travels Russell grand rapids was Catholic and what he can do on the field and also his leadership well absolutely and you know he's he's a great young man and you know people say all well you know this is a big game well we just saw played their last game was a big game we had to be grand valley that when the great at camping trip all right and be undefeated regular season at any play the whole game cell is battle tested in our offense really doesn't change because got some strength that Jay really really didn't have in certain areas of intervention strength that that travel to areas so that's the coach's job to get a prepared and and and you know play to his strengths which we can practice and now part three weeks to to play to the strengths of very excited about this opportunity to to lead us to victory on Saturday Ferris will be played on Saturday one o'clock top tiger field in big rapids on the campus of Ferris state university either D. two playoff opener after an opening round by they will take on central Missouri Ferris has reached a national quarterfinals or beyond each of the past three years under coach in these and his staff there ten and and they had that very unique three week layoff that is reminiscent of a team grabbing of the regular season and play in a bowl game you don't see that a lot and the deed to level or the one level outside of the bowl game so Ferris state Bulldogs dot com to get info for all of the dogs throughout the deed to play also true state Bulldogs dot com or tickets available at the box office Saturday at one Ferris state central Missouri deed to football playoffs had top Tigard field in big rapids coach good luck and we'll talk next week thanks have a great weekend go bigger at go bigger at the wing at the championship this weekend come skiing in and Cameron Martinez is going to Ohio state right yep absolutely has to learn and have four children part of it that's awesome and football is alive and well a man you know what Peter and hope loss last week but he made it to the playoffs a building block another step input in that program into the national spotlight you're just a run in the machine right now with their state the Graham valley got the glee actor god Michigan Ohio state this weekend the of Michigan state plan for a bowl game central of the beat to we Saturday there in the mac championship game and they lose western gets in after the tough loss last night in northern Illinois and the high school championship this weekend so what a holiday weekend for football Tony him joy and I thank central Michigan is on Friday at at home so that's a great opportunity for people to get out to them on on Friday that play to lean on him and the guy wanted to on Saturday at one okay absolutely all right well thank you know good luck good Tony in the central Bogo ge have very state university joining us on a special holiday edition of the Ferris state Friday interview but.

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