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Carol Zbacnik, Manged Care Director with Sonora Quest Laboratories and honorary chair for the Picnic Under the Stars Gala gave some great information about the event coming up Saturday, April 2nd. You can get more information you can visit www.picnicunderthestars.org. The Business Leaders Spotlight zeroed in on Eric Stoltz, Owner of Coach's Corner.
Mark Asher and Ken Morgan spoke with Brian Becker, Chompie's Community Manger about Chompie's Spring Training Burger Deal and covered interesting news stories of the day.
The guys had a busy show today. They started off talking with Kiplinger Editor Sandra Block about how to replace vital documents and records that might have been misplaced. Heather Lissner, Acting Public Information Manager for Phoenix Sky Harbor gave some tips on how to travel during the busiest month at the airport. Ben Hawkins provided some great information about an event coming up this weekend for the Scottsdale Charros. And the Business Leaders Spotlight focused in on Jim Mann with Horizon Insurance Group.
Ken and Mark broke down the results from Super Tuesday and reviewed the news that happened overnight. They spoke with Tracy Hupko about the LPGA JTBC Founders Cup Tournament.
Ken and Mark spoke with Kiplinger Editor Kimberly Lankford about the pros and cons of 401(k) loans. Jose Leon stopped in to talk about the Scottsdale Active 20/30 club's Brokers for Kids and Agents Benefiting Children event. The Business Leader Spotlight focused in on Jack Woudenberg, Owner of Trench Shore Rentals.
Gretchen Simoneaux visited with Ken and Mark to talk about the Augie's Quest event coming up this Saturday. We continued with our PHX Startup Week coverage talking with Bill Ross with Simplified Marketer. Our Business Leader Spotlight dialed in on Lori Fentem, Owner of Synergy Solutions.
It was a busy day on Business for Breakfast this morning. The guys spoke with Nick Paras with Alpha Computing about how your cellphone is spying on you. Senior analyst with CreditCards.com, Matt Schultz spoke about credit card loyalty. The Phoenix Startup Week guest today was Tina Bennett, owner of Vanilla Swirl. Phoenix Business Journal reporter Eric Jay Toll spoke about why APS wholesale rates were pulled into and FERC investigation. To round out the show we had Eric Luster, President and CEO of Movement Interactive on the Business of Sports segment to talk about Hiji Band.
Another #PHXStartupWeek guest this morning. on the program. We were lucky enough to have Marcy Maslov, Chief Integrity Builder on to talk about the eFactor! Board Game. AOR Direct COO Mike Horner was pinned by the Business Leaders Spotlight.
It's Phoenix Startup Week and Ken and Mark will be talking to many startup companies throughout the week. Today on the show they spoke with Julie Martins about the Startup PHX Challenge that could land a startup company their own office space at 111. West Monroe Phoenix. Find out more information at www.111westmonroephoenix.com/startupphxchallenge.
More talk about Apple and their struggle with the FBI with insight from the Director of Strategic Research Initiatives at ASU's Global Security Initiative Jamie Winterton. Ken and Mark also spoke about Startup Week, which starts next week, with Noreen Bishop, regional manager for Business Banking with Chase.
Should Apple stop fighting the FBI? Ken and Mark discussed this topic in length on the show today. They also had a visit from CFP, ChFC Chris Lloyd with Lucia Capital Group. The Business Leader Spotlight lit up for Little Caesar's Pizza owner Ed Nazari.
Ken and Mark had a fun conversation with author Jay Baer about how to respond to negative reviews and they discussed his book Hug Your Haters. The Southwest Wealth Strategies Spotlight focused on disability insurance with George James, partner and Director of Insurance Planning with Southwest Wealth Strategies.
Mark and Ken got caught up on all the news and notes that happened over the long President's Day weekend. They had GPEC President and CEO Chris Camacho on the show to talk about Carlisle moving its headquarters to Phoenix. The Business Leader Spotlight was on Telephone Warehouse owner Rick Waldrip. Rounding out the program with the Business of Sports was Chris Calcaterra, Peoria Sports Complex facilities manager talking about Spring Training.