Today on B4B, US Egg owner and head chef, Carmine Manfreti and Mario Gebran were the Biz Leaders Spotlight but also US Egg is also our restaurant giveaway for Stump the Chumps. Also Author Dr. Clifford W. Bassett talked about his book that deals with Allergies called The New Allergy Solution.
On the show today was Doreen's daughter, Nicole, who is a Barista at Starbucks. She answered questions from Mark all about the newest craze, The Unicorn Drink!
Ken Kurt Bock of Country Financial on how to become literate financially. Dr. Glen Mays talked about the 2017 Index that measures each state's health security preparedness. They also gave away a $50 gift card to Danky's Bar-B-que which is having a benefit this Saturday in their parking lot to benefit Phoenix Children's Hospital.
Today on B4B former CIA agent, Charles Goslin, talked about how to Travel safely in the world as we know it today. The in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Matt Frick, owner of Skyzone.
Today Peter Cohan was a guest on the show talking about the release of his new book called Disciplined Growth Strategies. And with Earth Day on Saturday, Green Living Expert, Jen Boulden, talked about healthy living.
On today's show was author T.R. Reid speaking about Tax Reform and what Americans need to know. Then Daniel Sieberg, A Google Tech Expert, talked about a new look at the world which can be found at www.google.com/earth.
Today on the show, Mark and Ken, got their answer wrong so today's contestant walks away with a $50 dollar gift card to La Piazza Al Forno from the Stump the Chumps contest.
In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was the founder of Rekindle.org, Chris Hooley.
In the Business Leaders Spotlight today was Jerry Ernest from Horizon Community Bank and in the Biz of Sports was special guest Michael Frank from the Lion's Camp Tatiyee-Handicap regarding an upcoming golf tournament to benefit the camp.
Dr. John Huber from mainstreammentalhealth.org talked about the mental benefits of laughter on the show and Matt Schulz, creditcards.com discussed a study regarding credit card use gaining over debit card use.
National Economists are in Phoenix today speaking to area business people about the future of the economy and one of them Visa Chief Economist Wayne Best was on the morning show talking about the economy. Cary Pfeffer owner of Clear Comm Consulting was in the Biz Leaders Spotlight and Alex Wilson from Precious Timber also stopped in for his weekly visit.
Today Dr. Russell Bartels from the Scottsdale Center for Women’s Health, Vitality Hormones for Men visited with Ken and Mark as well as USDA spokeswoman Marianne Gravely talking about cleaning tips to prevent foodborne illnesses.
Today on B4B, it was Mark's Birthday, and both Ken and Doreen failed at remembering that so maybe tomorrow...
Meanwhile on the show was Jose Leon or Leo Law Firm in the Biz Leader's Spotlight and then in the Biz of Sports was Kevin Helton, owner of Backyard Bullies Cornhole.
One lucky winner walked away with $100 in gift cards to CM2 after Mark and Ken got their question wrong in Stump the Chumps. Christine Slomsi, Voices for CASA children talked about this weekend's SuperHeroes fun run in Tempe. John Bennett, also talked about an upcoming golf tournament and he's from the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation-Seven Medal of Honor Recipients. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Skye Guina of Nashelle Jewerly.
Today's show was jam packed with guests including Dr. Bill Miller talking about Pre and Probiotics. Randy Reed from TeamLogicIT talked about Tax Day phishing scams and Tyler Suiters on all the new cool tech products coming out. Then Justin Hathaway from Howard Air and Chad Zorn from Arrowhead Honda were featured as companies that are finalists in this years BBB Ethics Awards.
Ottawa University President Kevin Eichner joined the show this morning to talk about their expansion into Surprise, AZ. Then in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Justin Hodge owner of Muscular Moving Mean and Alex Wilson from Precious Timber joined Ken for an interview. No winner on Stump the Chumps which means $100 in gift cards up for grabs to CM2 on Friday.