Today Lending Tree's Chief Economist, Tendayi Kapfidze talked about getting a mortgage and your credit score. Then Dan Shufelt was in the studio about an AZ Helping Hands event last weekend and how you can donate to the cause. Fisherman Dave Marciano talked about his upcoming 9th season of National Geographic's hit series WICKED TUNA. Today saw our final winner for gift cards to Z'Tejas for the week with another new restaurant to compete for next week.
Cyber Security Expert from the University of Phoenix, Dennis Bonilla, showed Ken and Mark how to avoid getting hacked while on vacation or traveling. John Haber of Spend Management Experts, discussed Amazon's launch of a new delivery service to compete with FedEx and UPS. Jane M. Powers will be the guest speaker at this month's NAWBO meeting in Phoenix and she stopped by then Kim Ownes from YearUp AZ talking about the grant they received from the APS Foundation.
Today on the show, Jim Hiles with First Capital Advisors Group discussed the new tax law affecting retirement. Sara Morrow of Consumer Reports, with new research that showed Tide beats Persil in Laundry detergent tests. Author Carter Cast talked about his book The Right (And Wrong) Stuff.
Today on B4B, Ken and Mark talked with Tom Fink from TREPP about what's in store for retail this year. From the Governor's Office Of Highway Safety, Alberto Gutier, on a recent grant to alleviate pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities. Dan Santos from Z'Tejas came into the studio to talk all about their restaurants which are also this week's featured restaurant on the Stump the Chumps contest. Homeowners Financial Group's Joe Capitano was back on the morning show and finally from the American Lung Association, JoAnna Strother, on the new LUNG FORCE INITIATIVE.
On this Monday morning, Ken and Mark heard from WestWood One News Correspondents Bob Costantini and Steven Kastenbaum. Then Carl Schramm, American Economist, talked about new entrepreneurs and that age 40 is the new 20. For Stump the Chumps this week, the featured restaurant is Z'Tejas and a $50 dollar gift card was given away. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Sally Schwenn, AZ Market President, Gorman & Company, all about the grand opening of Az's first affordable housing complex to serve Veteran families. Rounding out the show was Joshua Tatum for Canvas Cultures and April 15th is World Artist Day and how his local company is helping local artists.
TGIF! Ken and Mark this morning learned about nutrition since March is National Nutrition Month from Nutritionist Tara Colingwood. Then it was the Doctor hour when first Dr. Brian Riveland talked about the newly formed Summit Medical Group Arizona. The second was Dr. John Hutton, pediatrician talking about today is Read Across America Day! Giveaways galore as a pair of tickets were given to Dan of Phoenix, to Scottsdale Desert Stages Threatre. In the Stump the Chumps contest, Amar of Scottsdale managed to win $100 in gift cards to Willie's Taco Joint. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight, Matt Oliver of the Lund Mortgage Team.
On this first day of March, Dr. Elaina George talked about facing a massive doctor shortage by the year 2030. Then Bankrate.com, Mark Hamrick, discussing that 1 in 3 Americans has no more savings than credit card debt. We also heard from H&R Block's Meg Sutton on a survey of just how much Americans hate doing taxes. Dr. Constance Bradley joined Mark and Ken in studio regarding food as medicine during National Nutrition Month. CV Sciences' Josh Hendrix with CBD for dummies.