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Every once in awhile we like to talk about the whole ambulance driver nametag. Should we care and why? Does it matter and the perception that gets us there.
But don't we own part of the reason we are called Ambulance Drivers? With EMS facebook pages touting Taxi this and shucking that, its no wonder we can't shake the name. Plus the fact that the bulk of the call types we get really don;t leave us with much else to do but drive the ambulance.
A sensititive topic for sure but not as bad as Volly vs. Paid which we are saving for another episode. Join us for this one with your thoughts and suggestions on how we shed this brand we have made for ourselves once and for all.
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On August 19, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that it will accept input from stakeholders to determine a possible rulemaking for entry-level truck driver training. After years of failing to implement a final rule which would establish such criteria, the FMCSA is considering using a negotiated rulemaking, known as RegNeg.
Under RegNeg, outside agency representatives would consult among each other in order to develop the proposed rule, taking the responsibility away from the FMCSA. In Canada, a task force is working toward establishing criteria for entry-level drivers, as well as hoping to have the Canadian government classify truck driving as a "skilled" profession.
Furthermore, the Canadian Trucking Alliance has admitted that the primary causes for a driver shortage are driver wages, quality of life, qualifications and demographics.
Join us as we look at the very different approach by the U.S. and Canada as it relates to driver training and recognizing the importance of the professional driver. Just one topic for our "Open Forum."
What's your topic? Come join the conversation!
Our special guest, Kirk Kostoff draws from twenty years of combined skills in the B2B sales marketing and strategic business development arena, drawing from his experiences in the Fortune 500 market.
In 2011 Mr. Kostoff entered the logistics side of business through his introduction and interaction with CR England and what he refers to as their "self proclaimed" legitimate franchise. His recent actions with the ongoing CR England class action litigation associated with driver's rights, legitimate wages and living conditions has positioned him as an upcoming "voice of reason" and concern for the small business owner, just recently founding The Drivers Association of America.
Through extensive OTR experience and close contact with established strategic alliances, our guest will be discussing "The Power of Driver Credentials, The Driver Shortage Myth and Remedies through Education and Implementation."
We invite everyone to consider these topics and call in with their perspectives as we will also discuss the CR England case as it is public knowledge and to reiterate for all the industry newcomers about the motor carrier leasing scams to once again explain how it all works against the professional truck driver.
how the driver is the most important fact in the frieght business today, he pays all the salaries, you name it
he pays, and he is blamed for all the mistakes that take place. lets show some respect call us on blog
talk radio, you dont have to say your name just join us. now is the time to speak up, lets hear what you have to say
your important, you are main reason we have this show to air your problems and displease in our industry
good night and safe driving
On the show, we will talk to 13 year old driver Cruz Skinner...
Also, we will be chatting about all the drama that unfolded in Charlotte on Saturday night.... is it a prelude of what's to come? Only time will tell!
We will also have Kate's Song of the Week, Things that make ya go hmmm...., and "Need to know with Niemeyer" with CLNS columnist Adam Niemeyer!
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Emme Hall of Mega Monkey Motorsports and a baja race car driver guests on Gearheads this week. Her website, HerHighway, includes content from a team of female automotive and lifestyle experts on a mission to empower women with bumper-to-bumper automobile knowledge and everything along the way.
Your hosts on Gearheads, are auto experts, Greg Sanchez, industry veteran and former editor with Motor Trend Magazine and Duane Pemberton, a car reviewer, food and wine critic
1st half of the show we will be discussing the Tony Stewart grand jury decision. NASCAR driver Robert Bakke will be joined by our Legal Analyst, David Weinstein, as well as former Daytona News Journal’s NASCAR beat writer, and current editor for The Key West Citizen, a Florida newspaper, Sandra Frederick.
The 2nd half the show sports writer and biographer Bill Gutman, Champ Jordan and baseball pitching legend Tommy John will discuss all things baseball!
Sam Hornish, Jr. has been named the driver of the number 9 at Richard Petty Motorsports for 2015 and beyond. Hornish has signed a mult-year deal for the team, and gets the ride over the likes of David Ragan and Corey LaJoie. We'll discuss whether or not RPM made the right hire, and what lead to them picking Hornish over the others.
This week in NASCAR history, we go back to October 8, 2006 at Talladega Superspeedway, when Brian Vickers, who was leaving Hendrick Motorsports at season's end, makes contact with teammate, Jimmie Johnson, who then collected Dale Earnhardt Jr, propelling Vickers to his first ever NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win, and to some controversy that would live on forever in the hearts of race fans.
Crew chief changes at Front Row Motorsports will take place, effective immediately. Frankie Kerr, who was cc for the number 38 car and driver, David Gilliland. Jay Guy, who was working for Gilliland's teammate, David Ragan, will come over to take the place of Kerr. Competition Director, Derrick Finley will take over for Guy for the time being, as they look for a replacement for Guy to fill in that void.
Also, moving on to Nationwide Series news, Ryan Reed has resigned with Roush Fenway Racing and his sponsor, Lilly Diabetes will return in a multi-year deal with the organization in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Also, some more sad news out of the garage area, as Fox Sports commentator, Steve Byrnes will take a leave of absence once again as his cancer has returned. Byrnes took a leave in the middle of 2013 to battle cancer and was successfully treated.
Also, our picks to win at Charlotte Motor Speedway; as we preview the Bank of America 500.
Do you know your potential customers? Identifying potential customers and their locations helps businesses determine if these customers can be reached. If they can be reached, we can continue to determine the market feasibility of the project. If not, then not much time, effort or money was used. Starting feasibility assessments with customer identification saves businesses money in the long run.
Knowing who your customers are, where they are located and if you can access them is key to determining the potential success of your business. Tune in this week to hear how you can have the hand up on identifying your potential new customers!
Also following "Do The Right Thing" series continues with your calls on how you or someone you know has Done the Right Thing!
In the last half hour join me and my co-host Nonie Rispin with Designated Driver of Colorado Springs in 5 years has saved over 18,000 lives one ride at a time and how this FREE service may be fading away!!!
The cause, the comics the camaraderie.
June 7th at 7pm Comedytogo will be at the Grace Chruch 103-15 Union Tpke, Forest Hills, NY for a night of laughter and support for the men and women of the Forest Hills Ambulance Corp.
These folks are serving the community and are inviting you to share an evening of fun with Robyn Schall, Scott Paparcuri with Headliner Tom Daddario. Your host will be Just Plain Keith and a comedy live auction will be held by Mark Zakarin.
On tonight's episode we talk about the Sylvania 300 in New Hampshire today.
Joey Logano wins it. We'll talk about the racing, and break down the race and the good runs and bad runs for drivers.
We'll also talk about the racing in NH today.
Also, we'll break down the chase grid, and see who is in trouble and who isn't. Did Aric Almirola get back into contention today, with Dover coming up?
BK Racing made a driver change this weekend right before this weekend's race in New Hampshire. Ryan Truex's future is in question with the team. We'll break down the dilemma with the BK team, and where Ryan Truex's future may be.
Identity Racing Ventures made a driver swap before this weekend's race as well. Mike Wallace replaced Joe Nemechek. It's a very curious move, and Joe Nemechek might be out of that ride. We'll talk about this as well.
Brendan Gaughan won this weekend's Nationwide Series race in Kentucky, his second career win. We'll break that down, and the race,
and Cole Custer, goes to victory lane for Ken Schrader Racing in the Camping World Truck Series. Custer becomes the youngest driver in Camping World Truck Series history at the age of 16.
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