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Fresh update on "marketing director" discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

00:55 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marketing director" discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Yeah. I think it's November I can't remember which month that's in. October or November. You know most people talk about Patagonia well, I didn't WanNA pedagogy down because that's to me rather obvious. So in and I looked Patagonia but I also went to the northern part of Patagonia always like the southern part of Chile and. Argentina but there's also a northern part of Chile Argentina. It just doesn't have a cool name. That is incredible. So Salta Argentina and you can actually then crossover. It's Super High Desert like twelve thousand feet or something that you crossover and you get into the Atacama desert in Chile and that whole region up there I think I had for either October November Absolutely stunning beautiful lesser known for sure But the the landscapes are just out of this world at salt flats flamingos incredible high desert stuff. That's really neak. Sorry saying they need a better marketing director they do. Want more tourism get a better name give yourself a nickname and go forward. I know in the article I wrote I made one up and I said referring to happen it hasn't taken home. Not. Yet. Seo Takes a couple of years to kick in just give it a couple of years. When people were it'll be like, oh, I'm an arts world people like once that. Oh. That's just region in Chile and Argentina it's also brand garden place in Collegeville Pennsylvania. I love it. That would be a dream come. True. Hey. So did you set it up I know when we talked via email, you're saying like it's a bit of a of a hate not instead of going here. But if you like this check out this, did you put that in the book specifically to say, Hey, here's kind of the more. Popular or more well-known attracts you know like those list you'll see instead of going to Paris to go by. Not exactly like I did make reference to it was like. For instance, the Antarctica trip I made reference to the fact that this is the lesser known route that only five hundred people a year travel on as compared to when people go to the peninsula where fifty thousand people go that way so where I could make some. Mentions than nothing I would but I didn't get into it too much because it's A. and. The other thing I should say the book. I mean I couldn't. Right. I would have been a novel to write about each of these individual places in full. So instead I've done introductions I've given you ideas of here's the things you can do or here's what it's about, and then there's a little greeted icon, and then that links to my blog where I have all the detailed articles that I wrote about it at that time when I went because remember these are all places I went to and. I think. Just kind of as a side note, one of my annoyances, lots of times travel writing and travel books like this. These round up things are that the person who wrote it never actually went to all those places ever and lots of these are are done by like you know. Fifteen different authors saying.

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Studio Movie Grill planning to open in Dallas

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:58 min | 4 months ago

Studio Movie Grill planning to open in Dallas

"To to movie movie theaters theaters around around North North Texas Texas opening opening their their doors doors for for the the first first time time in in months months Plano's Cinemark is opening on a limited basis and so is Dallas is on studio movie grill we're joined by Tanya mangles she's a marketing director for studio movie grill and she's on the K. you're all the news line so what changes did SMG have to make something a little bit different first of all our team members are going to do a health check before they're able to work you will see them wearing masks anyone handling food I would be wearing gloves throughout the theater we've installed he has been a Tigers both for gas and team member I would also say that you know we have during the cleaning procedure is for allowing more time between the movie showing so that we can do deep cleaning and also closer to god we we now have more technology options per contract was a contactless ordering for food and beverage in particular through the app and the kiosk so those are you know some of the highlights so when you go into a studio movie grill you punch the button server comes over you place the order is that going to still be in effect as well that that will still be an option really the way we're looking at it as we want to serve god how they're most comfortable so while we now have these new options with the kiosk or with the app if you still preferred order re order from the server that will be available I'm in the auditorium now will have automatic social distancing don't and what you know no seating in a row as part of your behind you and then their automatic needing basing between jobs how we looking at the future of movie theater showings because of this is this something that's going to be maintained even after corona viruses out of our lives I think it will be kind of just the news the other is a new expectation that we've got to make an ongoing commitment to the and that's the expectation and work word learning with everybody else along the way or exploring where you can do private auditorium rentals now birds of two hundred dollars and so you know if you really want to you know have the faith yourself you can do that as well but yeah I think it's just the New World order and that's the how will be operating going forward what kinds of pictures will be you'll be able to show since Hollywood has not released much of the summer blockbusters in a lot of cases it moved into next year yeah one of those titles that have moved but I think you know we're excited about the title coming out and the light went on and on the tenth and then the line on the twenty fourth and tennis on July thirty first at Intel then you know we are showing some some kind of older titles that hopefully still unsure of titles like Wonder Woman and Aquaman and cherry potter this time he mangles from studio movie grill

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Priorities

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

07:07 min | 6 months ago

Priorities

"So many people are jumping down each other's throats lately because of differing opinions about Kovic nineteen the economy the upcoming election and so on so figured at timely for us to talk about the difference between having an argument with someone and having a discussion on the first day of each month I post a blog entry with some food for thought on the Buddhist bootcamp website and also send it over email which I typically get to read out loud and Sharon person with our monthly Buddhist bootcamp discussion circles throughout California but since all large gatherings have been postponed until we can all safely leave the house. I tried yesterday to share this month. Blog over a youtube livestream video with an open floor for Qa but we experienced a number of technical glitches so. I'm not sure I would do that again. Perhaps it would work better. If questions are submitted through Buddhist boot camps Patriot page in writing ahead of time and I will answer them publicly in a podcast episode for everyone to hear without having to listen to me on a live broadcast repeatedly asking. Can you hear me now? Can you see me is this working and I wouldn't have to scroll through a bunch of comments just to find the questions now. Back to the difference between an argument and a discussion in a nutshell. When you argue with someone you're trying to find out who is right but in a discussion. Both parties are trying to find out is right so next time you find yourself in disagreement with someone ask yourself what's more important to you to change what they believe or to gain a better understanding of how they have arrived at their opinion? I didn't include this next bit in my monthly email. But this is literally what triggered this month's topic I used to have a CO worker with a knack for nicknaming. All of our office mate's their special skills are marketing director. Who could sell you anything? You didn't even know you needed was called Costco. And our receptionist was named the director of First Impressions. And because I can load a dishwasher. Like it's nobody's business and get a lot done in a short period of time. She dubbed the efficiency expert a title of been wearing with much pride ever since while the other morning I was peeling beats in the kitchen sink and after each beat was peeled I would walk it over to the cutting board on the counter and then I would walk back to the sink to peel the next one. This went on about seven or eight times and it occurred to me that if anyone were to watch me do this. Little dance. Wouldn't seem very efficient to them at all. The piece of Information. That wouldn't necessarily have is that my priority was to use a few dishes as possible while avoiding dripping beet juice on any surface other than the kitchen sink or the cutting board in which. I was actually both efficient and successful. I wasn't trying to minimize the number of times. Walk back and forth from the sink to the cutting board my friends Julie and her husband argue about the quote unquote right way to do laundry. He loads the washing machine with all the dirty clothes. He adds a cup of detergent on top turns on the machine and walks away his to get it done as quickly as possible. Move on with his day. Julia on the other hand is a firm believer in starting the water flow pouring the soap into the washing machine and then adding the dirty clothes to the mix. They both want the same end result. Clean clothes but they go about it differently because their priorities are different. His is perhaps minimal effort and Julie's priorities to make sure the soap fully dissolves in the water before adding the close reminds me of working in the kitchen at the monastery will remember to members of the kitchen. Staff were asked to peel and cut ten pounds of carrots into small matchstick size strips. It took them about four hours which drove the efficiency expert in me crazy. Why not use the food processor? I asked the head of the kitchen that would be done in ten minutes and he told me the goal wasn't to get the job done as quickly as possible. It was to offer the students four hours of mindfulness practice in the kitchen. You see what I failed to do was contemplate the why behind his instructions. The food processor would have definitely chopped those carrots and minutes. That's true but the kitchen manager prioritized a native practice over efficiency and expediency and this was a Buddhist monastery so go figure. Why do we always assume we know what's best? I put my tail between my legs and took myself to the Meditation Hall and I sat down with my ego until it agreed to play. Nice man we sure do excel judging what people do and how they do it. But we fail miserably. A trying to understand the why behind her actions when we share a similar goal with someone but their priorities differ from our own their actions seem backward to US counter intuitive silly and even wrong take my friend. Sheila in her wife for example they both want to quote unquote make America great but she loves thinks we will get there by closing the borders to all foreigners while her wife believes immigrants make. America great in the first place and right now there are people who strongly believe the temporary financial burden on small businesses and individuals is worth. Everyone staying quarantined at home until there's a treatment for Kovic nineteen but there are also many who think the damage to the economy coupled with the health. Scare is an unnecessary. Amy So they want the shelter in place order lifted so we can return to quote. Unquote normal. We each want. What we think is best but what we think is best is determined by our priorities. The question we need to ask ourselves is what is the why behind people's actions otherwise we just go through life assuming our perspective is not only right but superior if you keep getting irritated by someone who refuses to change. Doesn't that mean you also refuse the change? I think Saint Francis of Assisi knew the importance of seeking to understand rather than to be understood and since we cannot wrap our heads around other people's logic by using our own. Let's not criticize what we don't even try to understand because once we get it. There's nothing left to criticize. Go ahead and contemplate the why behind your actions and you might find. You have that in common with everyone around you. All technical difficulties and challenges aside from the live broadcasts. There was a wonderful point. Brought up in the live discussion that we had about this topic yesterday. It was by listener. Who said that? Whenever she's in a disagreement with her husband and emotions escalate into what would turn into a full blown fight. They remind one another that they are on the same team. This essentially neutralizes the ego and accomplishes exactly what we were discussing to people. Trying to figure out what is right not who is right. Inner Peace is truly the first step we can take to live in peace with others. So let's take that first step together. Thank you for walking beside me on this journey. Even when we don't see eye-to-eye I appreciate you.

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"marketing director" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"marketing director" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Even ice cold and we'll see and of course he comes that hot race and the Dow's and so I'll be very curious to see how he stretches out and and perform wherever he run. What do we know about the anything else in this field There's there's been a couple that have that have certainly taken their lumps Against some of the the bright lights on the West Coast three-year-old front not really You talking about the the my never no no no. No no the The the rest of this the rest of this maiden rope in four. Oh Yeah I got you okay Yeah I don't know I mean the first time starter named fantastic day diet or Colt Not with all that much in the morning but we'll see We'll see how he performs might be something to look for divine armor as John Agriculture. By including getting better. But the blinkers on. He looks like a cult. That will run on Young again with all the rage when he wanted when he ran his debut for ball camp was supposed to win for fun and he didn't. He didn't break on grade many kind of brushed up and he looked like he. You know Kinda hung the last part with fast race. Though I watched him play. And he's out of a Bernie Maher young again by car carpet. The I thought I got the I got the impression he was much. More of a sprinter that a mile So we'll see stretches out I've not a hundred percent convinced he wants to run a mile yet. But you know why not give them a shot? you will see these these. You know we'll see how mastering another baffert of kind of walked out of the gate and his debut and didn't have much shot. Put blinkers on him. He may improve but I don't know how much worse he I don't know it's it's an interesting race but I'm really most curious about Exalted In that race assuming he stays He came back and worked on the fifteenth of the day. It's work that we have. Xp TV exalted. And I have to be honest with you. I wasn't that impressed so I don't know I'll be watching like everybody else to see. If anybody can emerge from the fourth on Saturday at sanity I a maiden race that could produce a real good colder or maybe not then on Sunday For those looking ahead to Sunday there is a similar event for the phillies. And it'll go as the opener mile maiden special.

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"marketing director" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

X Factor Roping Podcast

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"marketing director" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

"Your mental. Focus going to be at the highest as opposed to not be embody sore having much inflammation and. I think that for most of us. It's a lot easier to focus without pain or something like that so I think that that's a big thing that I noticed in kind related to with my horse as well as I. What I think's important is we stress our horses and when we stress him. I don't think they eat as well. And they don't processed food as well and kind of have that where they're absorbing the nutrients and able to recover with their muscles and and get the right nutrients to their muscles to recover. And I think that that's also a big a big help there so those are a few things that I've really enjoyed just with mine that I've used. I've tried it now for kind of towards the end of this radio season man. I could tell a big difference in those with those. Were the major deals. I was reading a horse. It was seven years old and then the other one was nineteen and I could see one kind of chilled out. And the one that was pretty chill but older he just felt healthier. And that's what I what I noticed with them is. It just kept them. Calm or level you know and I think that's what's really fun about the products and kind of stay more on a natural type of supplementation for horses. And that's why I'm a fan anyways. I think you're exactly right. And I think why this is so important and so popular is because like you said your seven year old. Need a little help with calming. But you're nineteen year old needs help with payment inflammation in those horses needs are different but the same product is providing help with both of those needs and so that goes back to the system with all receptors. Being which ones are about. So you know for you if you have inflammation and pain but someone else needs a sleeping aid. That's where CD is so different. Why it's misunderstood because people can't fathom the fact that it can help with all of these different ailments for different mammals in different ways and so really. The benefits are endless with a natural product so minimal scientifics and you're able to help with so many different things given what that person or that worse for that dog needs. You're basically you're getting your body to where it can heal itself and that's where supplementing and so it's a little bit different for me. I I would I use the pellets. That kind of fit my deal the best but there are. I would kind of keep them on during the week and then before like a Rodeo. Try to it's about two hours. Is that what you recommend? I think that was about two to two and a half hours out. And then that way they can metabolize it and it's in their system a little bit stronger so like I might be given just a little bit and then before the competition or something I would give a couple of of scoops and in that way. I just had a little bit stronger effect. I guess you'd say or more of a calming effect. Is that how you recommend to supplement them for competition us so we typically say if it's a feet through partner of ours we want? It Fed two hours out. So it's time to go into the guy get broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream in the intestines if it is a sub lingual products in that would be the oil that you're GONNA put on your tongue it's GonNa go directly into the bloodstream. Basically starting as soon as you put it in the mouth so we say one hour house you get full effect for the oil so since we have a full line. It's a little bit different for each products. The main point is feed through two hours under the tongue one hour and what about availability? Where where we find the products as well as Kinda give you some guidelines on what it would cost so we are online entity so we have a website which is where we all started. All of our products are available there and then we actually have reps all across the US that sell our product to their businesses whether that is a massage therapist who utilizes our limit in our oils through for healing..

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"marketing director" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

X Factor Roping Podcast

11:26 min | 10 months ago

"marketing director" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

"You can get personal coaching for free with Charlie Crawford Ryan Moats and Buddy Hawkins. So guys that are out there roping for a living doing it day in and day out you can post videos and they can help you out with your open. That is with our membership for what we put into rope. And that's a huge amount of value in a way to get something out of it all the time because it means so much to me that you support us and I just really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Welcome back to the executive podcast. I'm pretty excited about this one. I'm hanging out. With Samantha Oats. She is the marketing director for Com. Cbd products and for Horses Animals little bit for humans as well act awesome. Well thank you for being here today. Having so can get started. Let's talk about CD and Canada? The definition of what you should expect out of these products and the THC as well so kind of give you the definitions of what that does as far as feeding in kind of how it works on on animals. So let's start with what CDC. It stands for cannabis dial which is several of the collaborates that feed receptors in what we call the Indo cabinet system so inside every mammal spotty is what we call the. Acs System in it has about one hundred thirteen receptors and what CD in its counterparts do is they go to all of these receptors. Separately are looking for an imbalance. They're looking for. Receptors are struggling to be completely balanced. So when you're talking about the balance and is it essentially like for example. My my horse might not be digesting something properly. Is that would that be an imbalance be sill basically what's happening is the ACS has two different receptors? Saving one in cvt seeming. Wine is mostly in the nervous system where seemingly CB. Two is more in the connective tissue. So what's going to happen is CD. And all the Canal. Airways aren't going to visit all these receptors. They'RE GONNA look for one center out of balance and then they're essentially going to try to feed them to reinstate that balance and when that happens the particular ailment that the human or the horse. The dog is having it's going to help alleviate either symptoms related to or he'll the Elman Journal so that could be Got Health that could be inflammation things like a it could be stress. It could be anxiety. It could be just inflammation in general so when we say that. Cd helps with these. Things isn't like tylenol where you're gonNA take it in it's going to immediately alleviate the pain right in the area and the source. What it does is it goes to this system and it's working to naturally heal your body from the inside out. So that means I where you have a chronic injury. Whether that's joint or muscle tissue could be tendons. The CD is going to go. Directly to those receptors related to that connective tissue and a tip to heal it. Which in turn would alleviate that pain and inflammation associated with the injury. If that makes any sense yeah that makes a Lotta Sense. So basically with these products from the cannabis plant you're extracting CB correct correct and then the other portion of it is THC which what is thc do. So there's many parts of the plant so let's start with the difference between him and marijuana so marijuana is the canvas plant that has more than point three percent. Thc AND THC is the part of the plan at that gifts. What people call the high. So the part. That's mind altering the part that makes a little loopy. That's the part that we don't want so what they did. Was they took the cannabis plant and they bred it to be extremely low. Thc and then from that point they learned it so once they had all of the C. levels that they wanted the low thc than they closed the plant so all HAM CV is made from clone with lower than point three percent now. This is a plan. We're talking about so as we plant them. There are fluctuating factors between the cabin weights in the THC. That's why it's important you know. Plants are using for your CD. Products have less than point three percent. Which is where they're protesting comes in so when you guys are playing at you can formulate your products in different ways. You can utilize the whole plan. Which is what they call full spectrum. So you are not going to extract anything out. You'RE GONNA use all You'RE GONNA use all of the turbines which are used for healing. Those are natural parts of the plant that produced flavor color aroma and they naturally have healing benefits so we want those in our health. We want all Kavanagh's we can get out of the hint plant and we want as minimal. Thc As possible we still a little bit of THC in. I'll tell you why the combination of CD. The naturally healing Turpin set are in the plant in any array and the minimal. Thc Call combined are what they call the entourage effect so when you use all three of those together than basically instead of using one part of the plan or the other when you combine them. It multiplies the effect. And so you get better healing results when you use all three then as opposed to using just canal annoyance and Turpentine or just CD by itself and so full spectrum is definitely the best CD product you can purchase on the market It provides all the healing. But it's important that you utilize full structured products that have less than that point three percent and so point three percent. Thc or less is the amount that the federal government says is legal to have and so we want to make sure that our products are lower. That's really important in then you can verify that by utilizing those third party tests that can tell you how much. Thc is in the product. So that's important for you to check as you're searching for CV product to know exactly what you're getting. You weren't the full spectrum but you want to make sure that you stay within those lines right so and the reason that's really important as for example if a person would be taking it and they were to get drug tested. If it's below that point point three percent point three percent they pass a drug test. And if you fail the drug test it would be over that because the THC would show speed to the next type of product as well so because there are companies set up test. There are people who don't want to have anything to do with. Thc At all that would be why you would want to utilize a broad spectrum CD product. So that means is that it has all the canal available in the plant it has always beneficial terrapins but we have removed the THC at a lab level since there's no thc present whatsoever so that if somebody wanted to utilize the CD oil but they're drug tested at work. Now they have no cost for concern. Because there's not seems product so that's why you'll see different labels that say full spectrum. Cd or you'll see THC free CD. Typically that means it's a broad spectrum or isolate product isolate being where instead of all three of the canal annoyance Turpin in the THC. Now you've you've isolated the CD assets CD only so it won't have all the other nominates that are healing. It will just have the CD in. That's originally where most CD products started and we've just found better ways to utilize science to get more beneficial healing out of it as opposed to what we did. We knew originally right. What about horses do they test? Is that something that that some of the fraternities or is that something? That ever is a concern. It's testing horses for that these products. So that's a good question. There is drug testing in all horses. Its and our product has lower than quake three percent. Thc from the our main product for horses the pellets and when our horses have been drug tested they have not tested positive. So that's important to know how effort different associations have different roles so we also recommend that everyone know their association rules before competing with our product and know if they association requires washout. They need to know with that. Washout period is ultimately. It's up to the end user by we have had success in professional horses is using our product and Let's just say we're looking into products for our horses or animals. What are some keys the with the company that you like to see or would you recommend.

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Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

08:02 min | 10 months ago

Joe Nevills Interview: A Long Goodbye To Mount Pleasant Meadows

"Joe put together a piece titled Biting the Dust Along Goodbye to mount pleasant meadows. And you can go back and Google it on the pollock report now. It was published on June July twenty second of last year and that is now and eclipse award winning feature and congratulations to Joe Honor. Joe Good morning my friend. Happy to have you onboard here man. Where'd you find that clip throwback I so I started google? I I wanted to come up with something to welcome you to the program. Something Mount Pleasant Meadows related and I started googling race calls at Mount Pleasant Meadows and that was is the only piece that I could find. I'm thankful that you put that together all those years ago. Yeah that was that was Scott Sirnak who actually wrote about in the stories won the eclipse award. The man did everything. He was the announcer. He was the bartender programs from marketing. Director Janitor Even puncher tickets on a slow today the secretary we had to do everything there yet. You know I said this is the top of the show you the peace article that you wrote was so good. It struck a chord for me. Personally I think it did for so many racing fans that have ever fallen in love with the race track. That is no longer there and correct me if I'm wrong. was that kind of the crux in the inspiration for you put this together. It's something that you know. The story took me probably Raleigh about five years to put together from first thoughts to hitting send on it. Just because I knew that I wanted to write something about my pleasant. That was when I closed. Because you know the demand for writing about forces. I mean the the the demand for writing about horse racing in Michigan so low that it's you know someone's going to do something wrong it's pretty much gotTa be me and I knew that I was only got got one shot at this and I needed to make it out so it's something that I've been trying to piece together for a long long time and get the right people to talk to the people that I associated with most with the track who are three people. I talked to for the story and you know. Try to stick the landing because I was only GonNa get one shot at this thing. You know miskin Michigan race tracks have been closing for a very long time. And you're a Michigan native. Why was Mount Pleasant Meadows? The one that was so personal for you. Well there are two reasons one is it was the closest track to me I grew up in town called Edmore Michigan about thirty five minutes from my pleasant. So usually the thoroughbred outposts were either in Detroit or the Detroit area or in Muskegon which is on the coast of Lake Michigan. So this is Kinda my local option. If I just wanted to go play the simulcast or you know just go watch live racing without having to take up. Most of my day month wasn't meadows was my option and you the other one was that it was just very accepting community. It's where my Grandpa taught me to read the racist. Learn the races and you know it was small enough that you got to know everybody because it had to because you know you could. I used to have a joke on twitter that I could go round and high five everyone on the tracks grounds if if I hit a good ticket and so you had to figure out who everybody was you know everybody. And that's something that stuck with me for years after the track is close when you stand stand there and you look at what is the old mount pleasant meadows location. What are some of the things that immediately hit you? I mean you think about some of the people and horses that were out there competing You know mount pleasant was the place where you know. There weren't a whole lot of professional jockeys professional trainers in the sense that this was their job. This was their ways to make a living You know a lot of them were a lot of the jockeys were factory workers or they worked as mechanics next. Had you know the country businesses. What have you you know a lot of other trainers? This was something that you know. They ran their horses on the weekends. Here and if they had a good one they'd go to Pinnacle Race Course a Great Lakes down there but like this. Was You know this. This was the base for them. So I think of those people and it was you know since it's such a small core. The same jockeys are the same group of eight ten jockeys or writing every race. The Same Group of you know twenty or so trainers are sending every horse through everything so I think that and I think the south you know. You played the clip of Scott announcing the races earlier. I think of all the different announcers that they had. I think of you know very specific people in the crowd yelling because you you know you get into a crowd of people have very distinctive voices especially when they're being very loud and you think of you know I think that's the jockeys wife and that's you know certain fan who just lost her. You lost a bet or something and just think of the sights and sounds and you know for me. I think of the smells. There's something that I wrote about in the story how you know. The track had a very particular particular smell when it was going I believe I said it was Plastic seats in the sun cigarettes in the open air and the stuff you find under a chairs. There's boot and it's just you know it's something very particular track that I've always associated with it whether it was actually a good smell or not is to be determined urban but I knew where I was when I was there and that was something that you know. It's association you know that I'm at a place I like and things are going to be all right. There are a few individuals that if you spend time talking with in this in this article and trainer nate funnel is one jockey. Lee Gates is another now many people when I say those names are not gonna any clue who were talking about so tell me a little bit more about those guys. So nate funnel He was born in Colorado. Moved to Oh Michigan when he was teen and he was The came up under trainer named Tony Cunningham. Who was a quarter horse trainer? WHO's actually gone on to do? Very well in Indiana China has been the meat leading trainer there several times and he went out his own in the last few years of track and did pretty well for himself both in the quarter. Horses this is N.. Thoroughbreds and Arabians not plus it had racist for all sorts of different breeds. They also round paints there too and you know it was just a very he. He came to the life of the party. Kinda guy when You know you go over to attract simulcasts at the bar there. As well. He'd always be at the at the bar. You know cracking wise. The people making jokes and just kind of you know he's he'd be the loudest voice in the room and you know he'd do the same out of the race track. It'd be he's the one that would always associate. Let's being somebody who would almost be like a wrestling bill and to the crowd and just sort of like you know John Jacking with people you know like Oh we got. The horse is going to be the favorite right right here. I've got the odd odd that you can do it. He'd always they only got the killer right here and you know he was. He was a big character. He was a big hairdryer. Small track and that really stood stood out pearly gates leave road for his parents primarily Dave and Shirley Gates They wrote on this parents would run on the fair circuit before my pleasant meadows opened and Lee had two riders build so he was the one that got up on the horses when he was in his teens and that just sort of became his thing after that I spent the weeks working at a factory nearby and the entire family lives on. Basically the same stretch of road around Blanchard Michigan. And we're right up on the weekends cans Something kind of interesting about the writing contingent is that the racist would go very quickly on Saturdays and Sundays. It started one. That'd be done by about four so everybody would ride their cards there. And then Grew up with them. We're getting a car together. And drive down to Indiana downs. which is a good five hour drive at least from my blood and they would ride the quarterhorse card there because it would always be the last two or three races on a night card so they leave my pleasant at about four? Drive down to Indiana Indiana downs and ride the horse races. There you know. What ten o'clock at night? Then turn around and come back and ride the Sunday racism applause so now these are people who made their living doing this but it was a hard living doing it to do it all they needed to

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Reports Show Jobs Are Plentiful. Why Are People Still Struggling To Find One?

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

08:14 min | 1 year ago

Reports Show Jobs Are Plentiful. Why Are People Still Struggling To Find One?

"You know if you want to find a job right now and you find out unemployment slow and so many jobs are creating you wonder why folks can't find that good job raises though a lot of questions about the kind of jobs that are being created in the low unemployment if you need a typical middle class or higher job you might find nothing available so the way I read into this is that there are this way our economy is changing the types of jobs that are available are changing and maybe it's it's a fair thing to say not all the changes for good because as opposed to the white collar wear a suit and tie to work company car for one K. kind of jobs are being replaced with lower wage lower skill jobs it's still a job big still need somebody to do it but is it like to get a job in a career that's kind of what it is if if you want a job working for left uber if you want a temp at that like one of these hollowing in pop up stores you are technically counted as employed I mean you're getting a paycheck right I guess you're getting a paycheck not a career and they don't pay as well so when you hear about the economic news of you know I'm I'm celebrating I'm not mad at a hundred twenty thousand jobs being created in October that's a good thing but again you take a look at what kind of jobs there's a there's a story I was reading and this is where we meet Laura Laura I had you know a great job as a marketing director and her company disbanded the one away she lost her job yeah and she is capped a job hunting diary this is something that she's always done so if you're looking for a job she always what you know what number jobs that I've applied for a white job MI applying for and what does it do all right so she can kind of keep track of these things and for she's been looking for a job now for over three years well and when asked how many John how many jobs have you applied for she was embarrassed to admit five hundred five zero zero and a lot of what's happening right now for her you know at first it might it did it may not have been a good fit or it didn't a lot of jobs and fit the parameters for what she was looking for she will arrive more than twenty five miles okay xi'an Jensen some standards which you know what your show it I'm not mad at that and over time she had to expanded I'll drive thirty five miles when you're down for life and never thought about applying for this now all apply for that and you can see through the years in her job diary how how her perspective is change she keeps taking classes she keeps her skills fresh which is also hearing from potential employers now three years out is that gap of unemployment scares them who that if you've been unemployed for an extended period of time a lot of them feel as though there's that that's a red flag even though she's been keeping her skills up and it's been very difficult for her to find a career employment I I think there is something to be said in a and and I would turn around and say that that this isn't nothing nothing to cheer about that the jobs of today's slash jobs of tomorrow we're going to look very differently a look very different from the jobs of the past as our economy technology automation whatever you want to call it starts to infiltrate more and more industries more more jobs there is going to have to be in a knowledge of it or an interesting ending that there's going to be a different skill set required in the future and I think it's very very difficult for people use this lady's example who have done one thing for so long and and done it well let's let's let's give her credit whatever what she was going really really good at it it just may not be a job that's needed much longer but she in here's where I where I feel for her and I feel for a lot of you listening right now she's doing everything right she struggles he still trust in classes on social media marketing yeah okay so this isn't just the you know yester year mad men kind of ad agency in marketing kind of stuff like she is is keeping those skills fresh yeah but yet still can't find those jobs and and she's she's done some contract work and she's not the only one this article who talked about how employers at times are looking down on contract work again that's another noon Ding against you and we find out that like yes hundred twenty eight thousand jobs created in October but a lot of them are are these these kind of temp jobs in one of four workers have unpredictable work schedules that's tough on families right one five were employed say they want to work more hours but can't get them wage growth is up less than three percent and we we always hear those stories of the percentage of Americans that wouldn't be able to absorb a four hundred dollar on and you know unexpected expense for an air conditioner or you know something that happens on your car I think the you know the economy is doing well yes and I think that that's a good thing but who's doing well for I was going to say that the the the if you look at these numbers and this isn't to to talk down about him again adding jobs is a good thing low unemployment the good thing full stop but not everyone's participating equally I think that might be a fair way to put it and I think the gap is widening and and there's plenty of data to back that up and again this isn't meant to be a political commentary by any stretch of imagination there are for the the middle class is shrinking as people are moving towards the edges you either have the the the gig economy you've got one two maybe three quote unquote part time jobs you do take you cobble together to make for one end and there's other people that are doing doing very very well for maybe a lot of their own doing good for them but how much is going to be left in the middle but as you see these these divergent lines arm what does our economy look like in the future you know and I think there's some really serious questions that a lot of folks should ask themselves you've you've heard people I mean if you're being honest with somebody politicians are never going to do it is could your job be outsourced automated when whatever it is and if the answer is yes well then it's incumbent upon you to start making decisions as to what you're going to do as opposed to crying foul when it actually happens I I use the term truck drivers and I I listen I got friends tribe big rigs and semi trucks all over the all over the country what the handwriting's on the wall well you know the the the the automated self driving this it's coming whether you won or not it's gonna happen you know one in and that reminds me what you're just saying right there about my dad and about my family okay you know my dad I got out of the navy and then went to work in a steel mill in Pittsburgh and may be what that's what you did back free worker working in the steel mill and and it was a great job but then the steel mills sort of the clothes any talk on employment and there were a lot of his buddies that said all the mills are gonna open up the bills are going to open up the bill's going to open up my dad's like that's that's gone and he took some time off and went back to his credit yeah and and there was a lot of pressure from our family to though for him to just go take a job any job just go in and he's a vinyl I'm gonna get an education and then really provide for a family and it really change the trajectory of our lives

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A guide To EBikes

The RV Podcast

15:24 min | 1 year ago

A guide To EBikes

"Time now for the interview of the week and we're going to talk in this week's interview section about E-bikes we get more questions about e bikes in pretty much anywhere we go everywhere we go we hear people talking to us about e bikes I guess is there just so darn much fun right we're seeing more and more e bikes yeah we've had them ours for almost two years now when we first started it was we didn't see any now pretty much every time we're in a camp ground we see them if we're meeting people at an RV show as we do throughout the year people who are now telling us hey we got We got bikes so what is an electric bike now our guest is going to be a friend of ours named Ty Collins Tie is the marketing director for Radd Power Bikes but this is not meant as a commercial and we're we're talking pretty much about electric bikes of all kinds you can get whatever you want but S. T. tied to come on 'cause I know tie well and their bikes are made in the USA they're they're from Seattle and it's been fun to watch the company grow is they've been our sponsor I think they now have one hundred sixty five employees tie was telling me and they only had like four four five or six when we start when they started with as a sponsor of this podcast so we appreciate their support but we also love their bikes and we both have of one and I thought it would be great to answer the questions from an expert rather than us giving you our opinion so I consider this a guide to what oh you need as an RV`er to get an e bike is an e by right for you our guest Tai Collins the marketing director of Rad Power six collins thank you first of all so much for being with us on the podcast we're delighted to have you with us as we've been talking about red par bikes for for years now the first time I think we've had you on yeah definitely yeah Mike and I thank you so much for having us any excuse to talk. Electric Bikes woke loudly take it now let's let's talk about them because as we notice every week we are seeing e bikes electric bikes more and more as we travel across North America oh let's let's sort of start as a primer I know a lot of our audiences either considering it or wondering now after seeing them if this is really what what they need maybe you can help answer some of the more common questions so let's start with just that question why our electric bike so popular today and and what do we need to know about them in terms of motors and how they work definitely will be a big question I think we can kind of boil down some of the key so you know why are you like so popular today I think now more than ever in the US people are really becoming familiar and aware of electric bikes and all the benefits that they have you know when we started up you know a handful a year is back when most people heard electric bike they being really understand the concept and most people thought well why would I need a motor it's a bicycle bicycles if our exercise and while you can use a bike for exercise we really do electric bikes as just an awesome form of personal transportation and on that form of transportation you can get as much or as little exercise as you want the vast majority of US spend a lot of time in the car in very very short trips and e bikes are amazing because they can really replace a lot of those trips that you would take a car on a bike now for someone that's in the RV community they're really just an amazing tool because number one you don't have to rely on to- car you don't have to bring a tow car at all if you don't want to and especially some of our more compact folding models you can actually use the man a lot of the you know cargo bays or cargo areas of your RV trailer fifth wheel what have you so kind of some of the big thanks to know about electric bikes at their core they really are just bicycle they're going to peddle the same you're going to apply the brakes the same way you're going to shift the same way what you're GonNa have the added benefit of the motor which is going to be powered by your battery pack so you can really get as much assistance or as little assistance as watts so if you really just need a little help on the big hills you WanNa ride like normal bike the rest of the time you can do that if you WanNa pretty much treat it like a moped or scooter you're in just to throttle you can do that as well so their popularity is really really increasing because people are realizing what you know a versatile form of bit of our e-bikes it would be fun they are Josh so much fun and when we give people rides Ach with ours and campgrounds and we always let them take take him out for a low one guy ran into a tree once with it that was his problem he wasn't looking going any convinced him he never he never knew how to ride a bike ever so but he ended up buying what but fun is the is the is the most important thing in the first thing I hear everybody this is so much fun but there are two elements that you mentioned let's kind of talk about there's one the motor and one the batteries what do we need to know about the motors is there a certain power setting that we should look for is there any legal restrictions on size of motor what what does the consumer need to know it so in the US the Federal Regulations Limit Electric Bikes that are street legal to seven hundred he wants which is going to be about one horsepower so to legally ride an electric bike on streets bike what's bike lanes things like that it's going to have a Max wattage of seven hundred fifty watts so typically power comes in two hundred and fifty watt increments so more commonly you'll find two hundred fifty watt five hundred watt or seven hundred and fifty watt all of those are going to be street legal you can take a where you can take a race dealer bicycle irregular pedal bicycle obviously but the higher the wattage more power you're GONNA get the more quickly celebrate on the easier time you're gonNA have going up hills so you really want to look for I think seven fifty if you can and that way you're sure you're going to be Hanover exactly so the benefit of seven hundred fifty watt motor is you're going to have the most essentially the most power you can get while maintaining kind of net street legal electric bike classification. If you're going to have power over that it's GonNa go into a new category where it's going to be considered eight moped essentially and you'll need license registration insurance and things like that but at seven hundred fifty watts you can treat it just like a regular bicycle is it just a lot easier I noticed it just recently the National Park Service has authorized the use of e bikes in their system there are still some places though where we do see signs that prohibit electric bikes is is that how how do people get away with that if there are street legal island and have the same category as a as a bicycle yes so where it does get a little bit tricky is the laws around electric bikes are still getting work you know they can differ on a federal state county and even city level so you announcement that electric bikes me legalized the national park system is a really amazing step towards what we're hoping more streamlined and kind of easier to follow around electric bike so there will still be some areas that will kind of you know choose to put their own their own you know rules in interpretation and spend on a on the laws but for the most part as long as you are seven hundred fifty watts or less and there's no specific call out about not being able to ride electric bikes you're typically going to be safe I say typically because Areas can differ but it's becoming you know so much easier to ride electric bikes than it used to be and is there more popular as e bike fans increases across the North America most municipalities are realizing that these are here to stay and I think that'll change let's go down to the batteries because those are motors are powered by a battle sorry and I guess as a electric bike rider myself the first thing Jennifer and I noticed is it is is basically silent you really don't hear the motor it's not like a motorcycle or even a scooter it's very very quiet saremi thing we should know about the noise jason then we'll get into the battery usage yes so just a he said it's pretty much going to be silent you know it's it's not like the two or forced broke motors used on motorcycles and scooters at all you're really just kind of here a small winding noise from the motor and because you're pulling off a higher average speed in traditional by you might hear a little more noise from the tires on the pavement than you're normally used to but other that it's going to be very very quiet you know there are a number of different types of motors in find on electric bikes so on the bikes that we produce your red power bikes all of our motors are going to be mounted in the rear hub of the wheel we chose to use that style of motor because it's going to give you a very very natural writing experience the power still going to be generated from the rear wheel it's a nice balance is a very smooth ride of those two types of there's we have one is known as what's called internally geared motor so actually going to have a gear system within it and the other one is going to be a direct drive motor just basically powered by a series of magnet direct drive motor is going to be the styling motor that's featured on about half of our bikes in fact the device that you have micro both GonNa Feature Director motor so that's GonNa be kind of quiet as option out of all the different electric bike motorcyles you're gonNA find basically it's a series of that pop power the bikers basically just one single movement part and because of that it's GonNa be a very very quiet ready experience which really just me aches the ride that much better oh you don't even know it's it's running you don't even hear it it's neat back to the batteries you do have to charge these how how far can you go into battery or how long does a battery charge last how long does it take typically charge the battery yeah all great questions so typically a completely dead battery is GonNa take about four or so hours to charge so not too long at all and once fully charged we give eighty real world estimation of between twenty five and forty five miles per charge so the main things that are going to influence that what are your level of assist so are you just getting a little gentle level of assistance or is motor doing the vast majority of the work for you what's the size of the writer obviously a one hundred pound writer versus a two hundred fifty pound writer or use a different level of juice and then a big one the level of terrain where you cruising on a flat paint surface or you're going down some you know pretty serious roles obviously the more hills you know more power it's GonNa use I myself the way I ride which is around the city Seattle which definitely has its fair share of hills I typically getting around forty miles per charge in my kind of just common everyday usage so it's it's quite a bit quite a bit longer than it seems in a you can really covers some some major ground on a single charge now unlike an electric car for sample you don't need any specific plug you just need I guess I've always said a thirty ample supply because that's what we have in our RV but I actually just plug mine into an outside thirty APP supply on my RV or at the pedestal and they charge up real quick there I've even charged them off my batteries Argonne cell phone you'll be set and you do have a gauge their that roughly let you know how much power you have so it's very easy I've never run out and we've gone forty fifty miles a day on sometimes I've never run a pretty pretty much just like you're in a finding a car with your gas gauge we're GonNa have a very similar style the bike and that's GonNa give you five five different bars to Kinda give you a feel for where where your battery level is at and you can really make sure you're not gonNA go out and get stranded without power you know Oh you know you never wanna get stranded without power because like I was saying earlier are at their core they really are just a standard bicycle you still are going to be able to make your way back if you do in fact run out of power just going to be a little bit heavier of a bike than you might be stu how how much do these bikes way yeah so depending on the model they're going to range about fifty eight or so up to around seventy pounds so we have some replacements are going to be quite a bit more robust but by design to really hold up the weight of passengers cargo things like that now one of the questions I get often asked is how is the best way to carry them on a hitch whether they should be covered or not I always have been on people it's the same as any bicycle care if your bike gets exposed to the elements is there more we have to worry about because of the I I would assume most people would travel at the batteries off but more we have to worry about with these first parts being exposed to the elements yes so by the way kind of level you said there about you wouldn't want to necessarily leave a traditional by out in the rain and that's kind of the exact verbiage that that will use you want to treat it like you would treat you know

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"marketing director" Discussed on My Career Fit

My Career Fit

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"marketing director" Discussed on My Career Fit

"Immune. The I'm the director of people in performance or work genius. I pretty much lead all of our talent acquisition efforts. I sit very closely with our CEO out here in America to look at the organizational hiring strategy. How we WANNA grow what type of culture we WANNA build given. The company is a German based company. We're headquartered out in Germany. They didn't really enter the. Us market till two thousand eighteen so we are quite the startup. But I've gotten a great opportunity to build out our culture. Our mission is clear. It's really to empower people to work. Where on a mission to empower people globally to work and that's with our platform is folks can go on and pick up job instant links not feel like they have to pay pickup. Were or go through a proposal process but actually regardless of age gender and race they can go on and start working so that's a big mission of art and our vision around that is to power the future of work our visions bring that automation to the talent stays in the hiring and management space for freelancers in two thousand eighteen. The company has been really great success out in Germany so they decided to expand here in the US. One of the founders came out here by himself and started to build a company right now since that were about fourteen people. Seventy people globally set within or genius and we're expanding fats romy startup. It's always about growing growing and then growing again so I had an opportunity to talk to. What the growth goals are for the organization going forward in the next number of months that we're trying to hit the triple digits by next year. So we're at about seventy seventy five globally. We're looking to hit a hundred by next year. We're moving quickly obviously. We're hiring out now in the US. I've made some strategic hires. We've got an excellent sales leader We're really looking to acquire if tastic marketing leader and then we're just building from there here in the US on the commercial side. I'm personally looking to add at least fifteen people in the next couple of months here. Not too drastic. But it's going to double our numbers so it'll be felt but definitely globally trying to expand out in Germany. Were looking to expand not only on the sales side on the engineering side and on the product side constantly. Scaling our product gets better. I'm so that's out in Germany in Hamburg and here on the US will continue to higher sales and marketing company. Culture is important to employees because workers are more likely to enjoy their time in the workplace. When they've been with the company culture employees tend to enjoy work when their needs and values are consistent with those in the workplace. It makes a great fit. I had an opportunity to talk to Sherry the organization's culture and some of those key competencies that drives the organization. I think the culture is so important. It's like a heartbeat of a company. And I feel like when I think about working yeses culture it's highly collaborative and then that people will call you out on your blinds thaw and I really love that. It's very driven environment. You've got a lot of and should people entrepreneurial people folks that are constantly looking to create the Lucien or very small so there's always so much to do so I feel like it's one of those environments where it's just super growth minded it constantly. How can we get better? How can we improve the prophecy that we have in place and folks in marketing or picking up sale DOPP and and folks on the sale side or sitting with marketing? And and it's very buzzy Kaya culture right now so move. Compared building a startup organization like jumping off a cliff and building the plane as you fall so with word like driven ambitious growth minded as well as collaborative working at a startup is very different than coming from a large corporation where there's a lot of resources a lot of money and a lot of people to do the work at start up. It doesn't matter if you wear the VP hat where the director level hat. You have to be willing to roll up your sleeves and do the work. You've gotta be ready to understand that there's not going to be much structure and because of that. There's going to be a lot of impact to be made when you shift into a startup environment. Things are moving so fast because there is this level of urgency. Where if you don't do it it's GonNa get done and for some folks that mindset at crasher can be too much for other folks that are ready to really bill something. I think. That's where considering neither an early stage or even a later stage startup is is really worth it because if you look at early startup those that enter our group here in the US. You've got only fifteen fourteen people next to so everything you do is setting the example. There's such a level of ownership and so when I'm hiring I even look for folks that have that mindset where they can work on honestly. They want that level of ownership. I love it. I feel like to work for a company that uses a I in the face of I get so excited. I get driven by the vision. I feel like there's just so much value to be created by the product that if I get the a part of that I feel like it can not only save companies millions of dollars but it can create so much money for people and I feel like I have this innate knowing that I meant to serve people in a bigger way and even if that way is just assimilating the growth of a company so that that day at home mom can go onto our platform and earn an extra five hundred dollars a month and save her family. If I see the potential of our company being able to do that that mission bigger than me we have a director of marketing position. Opened this role report directly into our EEO Marlin and it will be a strategic contributor. This role is very exciting and the fence that you get to lead a team team. We have a team of two marketers right now. In place and expected Personna come in adopt the team and really grow it and grew met. This role would not only take over all of our. Us Marketing and our strategy and positioning but would have a hyper focused on demand. Gen Somebody who really loves to GROW A COMPANY. Who wants to drive that awareness get those inbound means happening for a company that type of performance marketer is. We're looking for. I'm looking for at least five years of experience if they don't have five years but feel fully confident and they're still will have that conversation So definitely someone who understand all aspects of marketing but half the special interest on the performance side the advertising by the brand awareness signs that to ideally were looking for ideally. I'd love to see some agency experience. I'd love to see someone who's worked on campaign management. So you understand how to look at the analytics of a campaign you know exactly what to measure. Maybe even have an interest on the analytic side of marketing in general. So you're super data driven marketer. I look for folks who have experienced on paid media Thi- from our standpoint being a brand new company in the US in two thousand and eight we need a wad of advertising done so someone who has that level of experience than their background knows how to sit and bath is super crucial. And then Lafley. I say someone who has experience with marketing technology marketing on a mason. They've either bet. Up Unstoppable for they have set up some type of Marquette or tool like that and can step in which not only get our engine going faster but be able to delegate those responsibilities since we do have bought set up right now. Candidates often ask. How do I set myself apart and hiring process? I ask Jerry in this kind of role. What sets the right person. Apart from the pack so by the experience where somebody has driven inbound lead and they can show me the percentage of that they've created that converted to at all. Then they have my attention. Because that's GonNa be a beat. Be Play it's GonNa tell me they're likely in business the business type of company even if they're see it's okay because I know they're still marketing and putting out that type of advertising however someone with B. to B. Experience. Who can show me a lift for men to ask you? All that crucial here was able to provide some unique perspective on the kinds of questions that she asks in the screen process the questions. I'd be asking these candidates walked me through what you do in this position in your first thirty days in a so. I also look for someone who had that experience doing it already or at the level of our company where we can't we can't wait for someone to learn it. Ninety proven experience and the question by the asking them in the screening process. That would be for them to describe that experience so this person will not only get to comment and really evaluate what we're doing currently but they'd get the build team and see you know the players we have in place. Who Do they want to add to the team? What type of offense do we WANNA take? It will really be there department bill. If you think you're a great fit for the marketing director position with work Genius Visit Work. Genius DOT com today to learn more. You've been listening to the my career. Podcast you think your rate fit of this organization head over to their website today to learn more and apply online. You can find everything you need to know in the show notes on this episode. Thanks for listening and remember to rate. Subscribe and comment on the podcast. That you just heard..

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"marketing director" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"marketing director" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Rivers marketing director for view house restaurant group Joe is busy always running and running to keep things summing it up by the way she also had to hire a marketing manager for the triple threat skill set local market knowledge but they're putting background and social media chatter Jenny slate and jobs and higher like a pro see people come to link them throughout their careers to learn networking grow they share more about themselves than what's on a resume or job so I can imagine is based on more the bullet points people with the right skills sure but who also companies culture and vision and that's our gym on an external things edible writer of punishment shareable marketing events with his name Julia rated number one by customers and get fifty dollars off the first link ten dot com slash entertainment that's going to end up Connie slow down in the second quarter of the year commerce department estimates show the gross domestic product rising at two point one percent and then we will rate that's down from three point one percent in the first quarter strong get a competent caution instead a competent consumer slow this down in that group to have the jobs to keep businesses have to keep an eye on the future economist Diane swarm so she's worried about the risk of a recession and twenty twenty a man fighting for survival was saved by chance the fact that Greg Randolph is alive is incredible he was in an extremely remote area of Oregon's Lake County often called organs back country he was in his jeep in a canyon any got stock the Oregonian reports Randolph set out on foot for help me I get further team miles for four days then he collapsed on a remote road that barely anybody traverse is maybe one car a week goes by a mountain biker from Portland just happen to be biking through that biker Tamana scan your own **** found Randolph severely dehydrated deputies say can you notice save the rand off life like stone you be sedated official so read whether several months ago was the reason the migration of grasshoppers is sweeping through the Las Vegas area just yesterday officials in Vermont going to wet spring for an explosion in a.

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"marketing director" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"marketing director" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"About the marketing director for bumble is a dude named Alex. And it's a chick. Well, am I gonna trust you on that chick? Which women Centric, and you. Manoeuvre? It's it's women Centric, dude. No, there's no such thing. As centric. Of course, there is. You can have not enough. Let me explain we're gonna end up. Get it out too much. Have go ahead. It's yes. The company targets women. Yes. No. But that doesn't mean the the makeup has to be women, but it is with bumble. I only know two people now, so I don't know the rest, but you don't want to give you a keen idea there. Well, I'll look up their corporate. I'm just saying that this is. You don't go into the business world to work with just women or just men. You don't that's the wrong way to approach it? But Jeff for years men went and work with men only purposely. Yes. You should go work for many many years. Jeff. You're her the glass ceiling, my friend. Yes. And I'm saying madman. There were no women in advertising back in the sixties. And I think I think I think this is wrong. I'm gonna keep saying it's wrong to approach the business world this way, you can tell just being naive. I'm not being naive. I'm saying if you cut yourself off and say, the you're only you're only going to network with women. Then that's that's a really sort of selfish blind way to go about operating. I mean, I it's a multi million or a billion dollar company, and your guess, you're laying this autumn, my friend, not laying this on them. I'm laying it on women in general that you just say you just want to network with other women the company look accomp- companies target people all the time bumble is smart. The problem is that if you're out there in the business world, you say, well, I'm only going to network with women. I think that's really short sided. I think it's a mistake. And if a guy were to say that you would blast and I would agree. Mean for all these lectures, the people give about saying all we want equal equal. Then he Toronto and say, you don't that's wrong. That's my argument. It's about people in general the way people approach it. Okay. Bumble can sell and market the women just like. XYZ company is going to target men. That's not the point the point is how women are saying they want to approach the business world now turning around saying, I only want to talk to someone for example, July third twenty eighteen in Forbes magazine women thrive at the bumble hive in Austin women thrive at the bumble hive. Okay. Okay. Maybe a man can thrive too. I don't think. So. Oh, really? Okay. So would we say that women can't thrive but men can thrive? No, you are thriving bumble himself as they have that setting that workforce that identity that culture there just the very thing that men would be criticized for its bothering you about this story. What is bothering you about? This bothers me is that I turn loose business students and lecture them about not being myopic. Like this that what should matter in the world is your skills your talents? Not how you look or who you are. And then we turn around and here somehow, it would be a terrible thing. If we're talking about men doing this. It would be a terrible thing where female founded in female lead, an addition to driving real revenue in value from our stakeholders, we also think we have this very unique opportunity to redefine corporate, culture and a Centric and. Women lead way. Okay. If I were to say, a male lead way, the phone would light up, and that'd be called jackass because we've had so many years ago, but the there's no advantage. There's only brains brains win. Learn it live it if you don't live it that way, you're always going to be left behind. This is how they've chosen to do it at bumble. I've done it quite well. You have no idea. Jeff.

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Hundreds searching for remains of California wildfire victims

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds searching for remains of California wildfire victims

"A teen is dead. Two. Others have injuries have to shooting at a mall in the Birmingham, Alabama suburb of Hoover last night. It happened at the river. Chase galleria. A fight between two teams resulted in the exchange of gunfire. One team fled and was confronted by two police officers and was shot dead. A second teen hospitalized in serious condition. A twelve year old girl was also struck in the gunfire her condition unknown. It's the first holiday shopping season since the demise of toys R us. Many retailers are stocking more toys to launch their black Friday sales today. Jennifer Carroll is the marketing director at south hills village mall and talk with Katie K, ATV's, Pam serrato. There's that neat hybrid going on between techy toys and also the traditional toys that we all grew up. Yeah. That's true. As we're definitely seeing both. I mean tweets haven't gone away. I think people are just obtaining them in different ways are maybe a little bit more specific in their needs for our there. Once for toys, they are doing a lot more research on what's popular what's hot. If you're doing black Friday shopping today. Aaa has advice for avoiding accidents in busy retail area. When you're choosing where to park we AAA like to say. Learned to play the outfield. So maybe try to pick apart and space that's farther away from the front door where

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"marketing director" Discussed on Safe For Work

Safe For Work

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Safe For Work

"Our Email address is safe at wondering dot com. All right. We'll do some bad advice in just a second. But first we have Ryan on the line hair. Hello, ryan. I. And you have a question about networking, tell us what's going on with you. So I recently started and a pretty lurch new to me company about six months ago. It's pretty good company. There's a lot of different directions. You can move up, which is awesome. I'm excited because I have a networking coming up that I'm going to. It's like all day will only event a really excited about good. But I'm a little nervous only because Mike current physician. I'm currently starting at the very bottom tier? I am a call center associate for the company, so not super impressive. I know with events like these people typically bring like business cards that I'm sure there's people have titles like project manager or marketing director and things like that. So I'm I'm wondering what I can supply. Self with and how can prepare myself to make a good impression. And not let the fact that my current position is, you know, anything impressive. Well, first of all we can tell that you're eager and that's pretty much about. Yeah. That's pretty much what you needed events being eager and having energy and wanting to move up in the world. I would say that the the only thing you really have to have on carburetors like a business card, and I don't think that the business card is gotta have your current title on it. I think it can have on it. What you want to be in? Like, what is your feel that you want to be my best example of this would be that? There are plenty of actors out there that have a card with their head shot on it. And it says actor and what they're doing at the moment is waiting tables. So doesn't say waiter on there is no because that's not what they're going into. So I would say have a business card inhabit reflect the brand that you wanna present basically when you get to this networking event. And I would also just say this comes from personal experience. Remember to bring the cards. That's something so fundamental Rico. You're right. And yet weirdly, I've managed to do that almost one hundred percent of the times that I've gone to working events. Forget them. So do that question. Yeah. Yeah. Is this networking event within your company or a general community networking that it is for the company or the company? Okay. So do you currently have cards? Can you just have a company card with no title on it? Because at least that would make you feel better. I yeah. I don't know. I guess that's what I really wanted to know if it was pertinent to have a position on a card because I you like I could create like my resume is really appealing looking. But hardly wanted just be passing, you know, full pieces of paper. No don't do that. Oh, just thinking that. Maybe. Yeah. Like an eye catching business card and just I guess it's good to know yet. Just leave the the position out of it. Because there you don't have to put a job title on on cards anymore. People make up these bogus job titles. Anyway, I'm just skeptical about anything, title wise. I tell you what's on my card. What I was telling the other people in the office earlier audio stra not oh my God. Yeah. That is genius. It also doesn't really mean anything see you can steal that. If you look good be on the business card issue. Have you thought about the specific goals you have for the event because that's what I would encourage you to think about. And also what's your elevator pitch on who you are?.

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"marketing director" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Experience marketing director, and it someone that meets with you personally each week to get the work done. And that's what I love about them. Right. I mean, you can literally pick up the phone with these guys I've seen it happen with a client, and they'll be talking on the phone and within hours they'll be engaged in getting some work done, some some fundamental marketing. Task will be completed. They're basically an outsource marking department may think about it's an outsource market -partment a subscription based service with them. And I just find the complete unique because I mean companies all across the country are moving to this more efficient outsourcing model when you look at like, human resources, and accounting and everything else will they're doing it with marketing, and as an efficient marketing model, I love the company's been named twice to the Inc. Five thousand list, and I just love their story. Love their leadership journey love their their humble teachable spirit combined with intensity of will. You've heard me talk about that many times on this show that really is for me on a daily basis the sweet spot that I tried to obtain. On my own leadership journey and in my business and each business that I coach individuals that I coach it's that's always the goal to maintain this intensity of will coupled with a humble teachable spirit in where that diagram intersex. That's the sweet spot, and that's what we're always aiming for and I see that in both these individuals. And of course, with the company are marketing, I really think you joy this conversation. You'll learn a lot about marketing which also learn a lot about the leadership journey involved with these two entrepreneurs and leaders as well I've set up a link cold outsource marketing team dot com slash dose..

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Facebook, Department Of Housing and Fraud discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Facebook, Department Of Housing and Fraud discussed on 24 Hour News

"Pentagon readying to send a hospital Shipped to Colombian possibly other parts of South America to help relieve, the strain on healthcare systems overloaded. By an influx of hundreds of thousands of. Venezuelans who fled that crisis rack nation Defense Secretary Jim. Mattis over the borders we know that the Columbia healthcare system you can't add a million people into one part of the country even as they start to filter through and not Upset the applecart impossible. The United Nations says in just the past, two and a, half months an estimated two point three million Venezuelans have crossed the border, mainly to Colombia Ecuador Peru and

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"marketing director" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Marketing director I work, with marketing, the firm, as well as. Young eight to, fourteen when that began showing up the personality create that you bring into the party is the marketing director I had a family that was in the business so understood it. From a creative director in London to New York agencies and publications what you enjoy about your job Working with the designers and the creative it's a, lot of fun to work close with them how about the clients you working directly with the clients as well yes Working with a lot of. Leaders of associations nonprofits area and why what do you enjoy about? That It's the whole thing of working at an ad agency a creative design firm is is getting to know. All the different types of industries and categories and getting an, understanding what's going on with them now so you really enjoy learning about a wide variety of businesses, and I guess you have to if you're going, to help them with their marketing. And their advertising. You. Gotta understand what their businesses are all about but you're like the perfect student it sounds like. Yes and I've always been that? Person that connects the client with the agency, and interprets. Their needs? What do you mean by that Started out as an account guy and and really had. To go from understanding what the needs were and doing a, good needs analysis clients and then bringing it back to the firm cool what's the website address to, this organization t. GD com dot com let me, that one more time TD COM. Dot com and. Your. Name again is Brian Lawrence and your role there marketing director and this is herb Cohen and. This has been your business spotlight Do. You.

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Jeff Gilbert, Louisiana and Dave Cohen discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

01:18 min | 2 years ago

Jeff Gilbert, Louisiana and Dave Cohen discussed on WBBM Morning News

"A quiet mode to keep you from waking your neighbors with the court chronicles i'm jeff gilbert i tell evangelist from louisiana is still pushing for a private airplane new video duplantis reiterates that god does want him to have the new jet so we can preach around the world without having to make stops he said you don't need to raise money for this however he says the money is coming in for the fifty four million dollar aircraft a lot of people have called me and said i want to get involved in that new plan you believe in for minister also says all the attention he's getting globally is a good thing fox news of good morning america good luck cnn all these different things by roared and he adds i will not defend myself because i didn't do nothing wrong dave cohen for cbs news new orleans real estate agency in new jersey has on expected global reach assigned from diane certain realtors and point pleasant washed up on a beach west of bordeaux france five and a half years after it was swept away in hurricane sandy marketing director is traced it to a four bedroom home about a mile from the beach deborah rodriguez cbs news is your togo's all station news radio seven hundred and one zero by point nine fm and wbz newsradio dot com wbz news.

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"marketing director" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"What is the kind of content that would be most helpful to them so for example that prompted me to create a huge branding checklist of just all the places that your brand shows up in all the places that you should look at once you update your brand platform and we can include linked to that blog posts in the show notes but then also realizing like this is really helpful for us whenever it comes to tactics for our organizational clients as to saying what hacks can we create an implement for you after we do your brand platform and so it really does work for both and i think that's really cool to and it's interesting that cummings in marketing director because we knew immediately if we were going to be speaking to different audience of what we say purpose driven businesses that it's still people who that person rear content following us hearing about us and we decided well it's the marketing director and she's probably you know this age all that drink client profiling that you do so we always think of it as the creative entrepreneur the marketing director and like having said they're not that different yet and that's why it say to anyone who's really wanting to expand their knee is still get really specific about who you are helping because it's still a single person that is presenting your work to their ceo or holding the keys themselves in hiring you and so i think about some the i would think about as well and seeing what they have in common in what they don't and also philosophically.

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Zuckerberg disavows memo saying all user growth is good

America's Morning News

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Zuckerberg disavows memo saying all user growth is good

"Facebook is taking another step to try to win back the confidence of users two thousand nine interview with ceo mark zuckerberg on how facebook users information will be used as trending we're gonna share people's information except for the people that they've had for it but the fine print on facebook's users agreement has allowed them to share users information with various sorts of marketers now facebook product marketing director graham mud says over the next six months they'll shut down a feature that's allowed marketers to use data from users lives outside of what's posted on facebook to then target them on the social networking site that includes information like home ownership and purchase history and is collected by some of the world's largest data brokers like epsilon and.

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"marketing director" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"Ali and i started my career in the wonderful world of entrepreneurship aged nineteen when i started my first website and i sold and moved to london and then i started to work for other organizations and decided i who wants to be an entrepreneur so a guy in world lots of startups and also the early employees in the first marketing director of a company cold just eat which is now under which is on now in the stock market and footsie100 an ipo to one point five billion and it was an amazing janney there we went through and i've started and boost struck several different companies since then of also invested in lots lots of different startups and i'm writing a new book cul de unfair advantage yes and i feigned highlight thon and the ground the other day of calm barron at the end of it if it you'll carded eight conversions that your rate yes so that those under the mockups in in as an entrepreneur one of the challenges that you're was hobbies up you'll was testing you ideas with the people around you to close people around you the best way to test your ideas of could give people who are potentially going to be a custom as an a redesign real type of aquatic work that you do so i try and get out there and social media and on is also there's a mockup of the book says just a learning through mantra now ship that like don't ask you mamadad if you bogeys good you asked you customers and ask you'll uses potentially so that's why son instagram accounts on unama mock going on on getting feedback on it ends in great yet buried trillion and net khanna left one today a nonbinding hush on that because it or at grigny lau hey get across in our conversation die acid in our it editor a man who bain a real sherry entrepreneur and our continue the show as one a diet and he anti manage now you've wet with so many people you meant mental many many climbed now entrepreneurs a different stages at that age next however many of these state rat race listeners will still bay at that early stage published feel juggling fulltime employment may.

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"marketing director" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

The Dave Portnoy Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show

"I never heard of it talks by marketing director cube route this is our sure i've just i've i've been the nfl headquarters before i've i've had four i will go wherever you invited tournament agores that will go back with a jack kelly buck in season this is written crayon and i'll park bye goddamn astle now floored say stop selami shirts was than men you're my guy you know that right and i know it saturday's for the boys is a multimillion dollar enterprise which quite literally puts food on my babies table i i think it's actually very flattering that you can find it every at these are these are problems when you create a slogan that the world falls in love with i want to have your back here i loved this movie i love is live i love it i i'm on both i am all of ballot would rogers doing right here i vote area angrily tipping my cat and murder of barca like we held seventy thousand towels who this faces a cloud and he was just sitting there going a whole idea where you lowell certain you mother wait till christmas time out of pocket who were you gotta be gets up becoming della pike and you're not going to like it you q towels you guys away with i'm getting only get rich of your parking slogan it is a all time villain move it is a major savvy business move it it's a subtle park you without being an outright like hey this is proportional sports it's like he's still walling now this but you will steal our shit and you know they're they're great shirts i'm in the slogans rape there's a reason why we level the cool serb man i mean sundays for the this alibaba needles fan on moroccan that not only is it like our logo our our slogan like that's like the style are sorts are printed it it's it's.

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"marketing director" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You really just attack our debt and how much is owed only less stupid car at twenty three thousand a little less than three thousand okay in what is your household income about seventy five thousand in how much other debt do you have uh not counting your house not canada house on about ten thousand in credit card debt and my husband i married him and his student loan and that he thinks is about ninety thousand yet hardship deferral until recently in that supposed to be starting up in december two and you said your income was what again 75000 an right now i've only been working part time 'cause i've been taking care of the kids in the process of ramping up my business back and what is your husband to hear the marketing director and his degrees in one in graphic design and marketing neca good good aren't so we're saying that we have a hundred and twenty three thousand dollars making seventy five thousand dollars a year yeah okay at the rate of twenty five thousand that's a fiveyear plan okay at the rate of forty thousand it's a three and a half year plan 40000 means you are on beans and rice nuton scorched earth and so you know and then the question is how much does it shave off to get rid of that car and go down to a beater basically probably shaves off a year um you know in this to the three and a half you probably going to about three two and a half to three right now but you're going to be on beans and right but we can't get rid the ten in the ninety those things are going there so you know the question is how how long do you want to be on beans and rice and scorched earth in order to you know no life no eating out no vacations you're going to be completely focused on getting out of debt because that's the only way to get out is this extreme level of focus in intensity and um you know.

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"marketing director" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"High school recruits in all we have charged ten people and three separate complaints for college basketball coach's three people associated with professional managers and advisors and three with ties to the majors sportswear company including its global marketing director for basketball that sounds bad man they been investigating this matter since two thousand in fifteen there were bribed up to one hundred fifty thousand dollars so a player would not go to one scuba who go to another school based on what suit company was providing a powerful and equipment to that school all i and the kim was not finish here more details on the bribes in exchange for bribes ranging from thirteen thousand dollars to almost one hundred thousand dollars through each these coaches allegedly pushed particular managers and advisers on the players and their families oh boy and certain other coaches arranged for separate pay hey minutes to be made to the families as well anthony bland describe what he could do for the manages and advisers this way quote i can definitely mold the players and put them in the laugh of you guys the professionals whose lap the corrupt coaches put their players in one of the defendants for these men bribing coaches was business investment they knew at the corrupt coaches in return for bribes would pressure the players to use their services they also knew that if and when those young players turned pro that would mean big lots for them in professional fees and profits this is the term i'm trying to lead to keep them climbing his wife none of the surprised me when i heard now one luca this surprised me this has been going on far longer than anybody could have known and that's about people inside people outside and then yeah rick patino moveables their cooperated with the investigation quoted reports here's a stay of rick pitino through his attorneys the pants are rida i'm going to read a word for word these allegations come as a complete shock to me if true i grew the us attorney's office that these thirdparty schemes initiated by a few bad actors operated to commit a fraud of the impact universities and a basketball programmes included the universe who global i'll fansa support it deserves better and i am committed to taking whatever steps are.

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"marketing director" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels

"Right that manager but it is leadership when people see what your dedicating yourself tuna also wanted to underscore fifteen years right like it does not a this is not an overnight bangs not a fiveyear plan prizes in like a read these five leadership books and ill does happen it's it's you you really works the crop of your industry and also of the leadership aspects as well when did you like get there like when did you know okay i've i've made it into the sea sweet i'm i'm here this is was were work i'm going to be doing what was that like uh it was it was exhilarating and petrifying at the same time so after fifteen years in advertising i moved into marketing two women that i've worked with an advertising moved to a company called nafta navigation technologies and the woman who ultimately became my boss needed a marketing director to move to europe who had multicultural sensibilities could a bring a american perspective on marketing right the positioning the value prop i mean all the books that come out of the us sewer fixated on on marketing right and so she needed someone who had that understanding but multicultural sensibilities and points at just had a great connection with her and she sent me to france so i in a way of done my ambassadorship grew that role yup yup and it was probably the steepest learning curve other than my first few months on the job in advertising the steepest learning curve that i'd had in fifteen years but it was it was petrifying an exhilarating all at the same time i had been nbc selling beer in cheese slices hand nestle chocolate chip cookies right to people in now i selling eighty service and dissolution a map a digital map if you will and it was thrilling and i had an amazing boss um i inherited a team that was looking for a leader they hadn't had a leader in the past and i.

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"marketing director" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"marketing director" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The marketing director fuller with countless tres it's my pleasure to have gabriel senses with us in this hour of the broadcast in gabriel before we go any further one that we make sure and plug all those social outlets that you're working with the and make sure you give out that website recall ministers and telephone number's whatever you'd like okay if you jump on our facebook page if macarthur friend thicky in group or were also on the grand under macau affairs auto transport though there you've got places with dr and then from there there's links fly website an off in phone number depending on what you're looking for that's fantastic so what's the color scheme you on your ghibli why with like a current color interior very cool that sounds excellent well you've done a wonderful job here and we so thank you for coming on board and telling us more about the marketing sided and your own personal story and we look forward to getting you back for a repeat performance on the radio down the road thank you so much for having me really really appreciate it and i'm batting refueling getting no you over the last couple of months both ain't fair including your michelle absolutely gabrielle thank you for doing such a great job enjoy the reindeer diane i look forward to talk new theme thanks for having me okay thank you there's use the marketing director from makoma stirs in do what a great job she do these were first time with this here on the broadcast what a great company mccall ulster's is by the way year everybody should stay tuned for our number two of the broadcast because we've got the lubrication specialists that's right he's a specialist with more 25 years worth of mover k should experience used work god the mechanical saw hi of nuclear submarines for the b so if you are if you're right now out there with the question of bone uh anything in the oil realm uh be sure to uh to to hang on and we're going to be taking your calls eight five five six six zero four to six one on all things lubrication and jim lubrication as well as other oils like transmission can remove greece and fuel additives bulls were.

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