On today's show the guys got a treat from Culver's owner, Joe Libman, who came in with frozen custard to celebrate National Frozen Custard Day. Moncia Eaton-Cardone, the co-founder of eConsumerservices discussed fraud victims and their future use of their replacement cards. In the business leaders spotlight today was Sunvek Roofing owner, Eric Skoog, and Joe Capitano with Java with Joe.
Today's show included Jason Holland, an International Living Correspondent, talking about Peru as a retirement destination. Renee York of Money Radio, talked about Gishwes, which is the largest scavenger hunt in the world that she's participating in. In the Business Leaders Spotlight was Tim Rutti, onwer of Valley Medical Supplies and Joe Capitano stopped in for Java with Joe. Former D-Backs player and Olympic medalist, Augie Ojeda, talked about a special passing of the Olympic torch event taking place tonight at Chase Field.
Today's show was full of special guests including visits from Pokemon Go characters that Jennifer Flowers and Kerri Baumann brought with them from the Phoenix Zoo as the ladies explained the special program taking place at the Zoo with Pokemon Go. Also discussing the game was Josh Rawitch, Senior Vice President of Communications and Content for the AZ Diamondbacks. Saturday Pokemon Go comes to Chase Field. Steve Holmes, co-founder of ShiftPixy came back to discuss a new kind of work force and Jill Gonzalez with WalletHub talked about back to school credit card deals. Of course also on the show were Chris Lloyd from Lucia Capital Group and Joe Capitano with his Java with Joe segment.
Today's show included a number of guests. Mitch Zeller, Director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products talked about a new law taking effect on Monday regarding e-cigs. Paul Oster from Better Qualified discussed new debt collection rules and what they mean. Then Kimberly Hall from Goodwill talked about today's massive Job Fair across the Valley. We also had a winner on Stump the Chumps for a $50.00 gift card to ZTejas. In the Business Leaders Spotlight was Kolby Collard the owner of Top View Security and Joe Capitano closed out the show with his Java with Joe segment.
Today's show included a number of guests like Pete Trabucco, a travel specialist talking about what the airlines don't tell us when flying. Tom Cane, Managing Editor of Mergermarket and Dealreporter stopped in to discuss M&A Trends. Andrew Gause discussed how Germany's biggest bank could ruin retirement plans for America's baby boomers as well as the SWS Spotlight today and Java with Joeloans.com. Not to mention Doreen talked with Joe Dana about a special on @12news this week he did with his dad longtime news anchor and now retired Kent Dana.