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Hoagie and Jess discuss the important topic of Money buying (or possibly not buying) happiness. Also, on topic of the Tropical Storm formerly known as Hurricane Irene and the (lack of) damage it has thrown in America's path and we also talk about why the Video Music Awards have become redundant and meaningless.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of SuccessExpressMagazine.com, and guest co-host Donnette Silva Carter – CEO of Porterville Chamber of Commerce, for Big Blend Radio’s business, career, education and financial radio show. This show airs live from the Porterville Chamber of Commerce, as part of Big Blend’s Spirit of America Tour of all 401 National Park units.- Featured guest is Hunter Lewis, who has never been shy about being an economic whistle-blower. In his two new books, Crony Capitalism in America and Free Prices Now! Hunter targets economic dishonesty and provides easy to follow solutions for how we can repair these problems. Lewis runs the successful watchdog website AgainstCronyCapitalism.org with fellow writer and political consultant Nick Sorrentino. Special spotlight on Successful Businesses in Porterville and Tulare County, CA: - Porterville Mayor Virginia Gurrola - Ron Irish - STOP Alarms - Steve Feleay - Hoagie's Heroes - Rob & Ben Taylor - Stafford's Famous Chocolates - Kristi Nanamura - Plano Jerky - Derrick Brinkman - Bravo Farms - Sandy Powell - Fashion Network - Jennifer Brinkley Shannon - Special Occasions & Gifts
Whether it’s called a hoagie, a hero, a grinder, a spuckie, a poor boy or a wedge, the sub sandwich has proved to be a mainstay in the diets of countless Midwesterners. This familiarity is due in large part to Bill Specht and Jim Sheppard’s brainchild, Cousins Subs, which opened its first location on Milwaukee’s 60th Street in 1972.
After nearly 40 years, the brand has grown to approximately 150 locations in nine states and continues to offer its customers the freshest breads, meats and toppings. The Menomonee Falls-based company recently announced plans to increase its number of units to roughly 170 and, through continued growth in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Arizona and North Dakota, hopes to have 220 restaurants in operation by 2010.
Poised For Growth: How has this local company succeeded in having a national presence? What’s the strategy behind their steady growth? What does Cousins Subs attribute to their almost four decades of success?
Like Father, Like Daughter: Bill Specht’s daughter, Christine, started working at Cousins Subs when she was 15 years old. Now 34, she assumed the role of president and COO in March 2008. Speak to Christine about her transition from making subs, bussing tables and running the register to being Cousins Subs’ head honcho.
Keeping It Fresh: After nearly 40 years in business, how does Cousins Subs continue to keep up with the ever-changing market? Tune in and find out how they have continued to thrive.
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