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.
Today on Business for Breakfast Kevin Steele, Athletic Director for the new Ottawa University Arizona campus was on the show. Ken and Mark also gave away a four pack of tickets to The Harlem Globetrotters.
Another finalist for the BBB Ethics Awards were highlighted this morning including Loud Rumor and owner Mike Arce. Also Dr. Linda Greer for the American Red Cross 2017 Picnic Under the Stars upcoming gala. In the Biz Leaders spotlight was Ken Fearer, owner and CEO of TruHit and the Chump the Stump restaurant of the week is CM2.
Today on B4B, Producer Doreen paid off her loss of the March Madness brackets with burritos for Ken and Mark. Then Dr. Jamie Reynolds talked about a concerning trend of people destroying their own teeth. Jim Frederickson from Two Men & a Truck a finalist in this years BBB Award for Ethics. Also in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was creator and owner of Buzzies, Dr. Amy Serin.
Today Ken and Mark highlighted two more businesses that are finalists for the AZBBB Award for Ethics. They included Champs Family Automotive and George Brazil Air Conditioning & Heating. Then for the National MS Society WAMS Luncheon was Camerone Parker.
On today's show, Ken and Mark, heard from Rick Dircks, Dircks Moving & Logistics, a finalist in this year's AZ BBB Award for Ethics. Also Dr. Burt Webb from the Scottsdale Center for Women's Health and Vitality Hormones for Men.Alex Wilson from Precious Timber joined the show and in the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Jeff Gellar owner of Dream Dealers.
Today's guests included Dr. Mark Keegan of the Mayo Clinic and from Jersey Mike's Aaron Adams.
Today on B4B, Heidi Lamar from Spa Lamar talked about her business offerings since her company is one of the finalists in this years BBB Torch Awards for Ethics. No winner in Stump the Chumps so the prize rolls over to Wednesday when $100.00 will be up for grabs for the Casa Mia restaurants.
Assistant Editor from Kiplinger, Kim Lankford today explained when its okay to throw out old tax records. Then ASU Professor Michael Mokwa on the Final Four and its AZ connection. Rita Jevicky stopped by from the American Red Cross to talk about the immediate need for two types of blood and where to donate. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Theresa Conti (no relation to Doreen) from Sunwest Pensions. And wrapping up the show was Jeff Krueger, CEO and founder of Safe HomeCare.
Today on B4B, ken and Mark heard from Alex Wilson of Precious Timber, Daniel Sieberg from Google regarding March madness and Gary Smith who launched the Arizona Cannabis Bar Association.
The top 10 cities and states for job growth in the US were discussed by ASU professor Dr. Lee McPheters on the Business for Breakfast show. Also Courtney Angelo from the Valley of the Sun Active 20-30 Club on their upcoming VIVA fundraising event.
On today's Business for Breakfast, Greg McBride from Bankrate.com talked about free checking at credit unions. Denise Lorenz talked about unplugging kids from all their electronic devices and Nick Paras discussed how to handle all those suspicious emails we all receive. Our featured business on Stump the Chumps this week, Spa 810 owner Andrea Jefferson stopped by as well.
Today was another full day of interviews on B4B including Tom Hodges from Ford about a new smart service Kiosk partnership between Ford and Panasonic. Also Freddy's Custard and Steakburgers Rick Kriseman stopped by with treats and Mark and Ken also gave away a pair of adult tickets to the Renn Festival.
Today was a jam packed show with a number of important guests including Marcy Keckler of Ameriprise Financial with the topic of, Does your family talk about money? Then Linda Zell from the Jewish Tuition Organization about giving tax credit support to the non profit. Michael McCormick of GBTA talked about the feel of international business travelers during the travel ban issue. In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Jonathan Frutkin of Radix Law and rounding out the show was Alex Wilson from Precious Timber.
No winner today on Stump the Chumps means $100 dollars in gift cards from Miracle Mile Deli will be up for grabs on Friday.