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Chocolate. Fudge Sauce. These three little words make a powerful statement for Carol Ann McLaughlin, founder of Sweet Carol Ann's. Carol Ann has been in the catering business at the Jersey Shore area for over 30 years, and the star attraction of her spectacular dessert creations was her decadent fudge sauces, so much so that her friends and clients were always clamoring for more. The popularity of the chocolate fudge sauce she developed for her catering business led to the start of her confectionary company which continues to expand into retail stores in New York City and online. Sweet Carol Ann's Fudge It comes in three flavors: Salted Caramel Fudge, Deep Dark Chocolate Fudge, and Peppermint Fudge. I had the opportunity to meet Carol Ann McLaughlin at the Fancy Food Show in NY this past June and naturally sampled all three flavors. This is the first of a three part series on food entrepreneurs. “What do you need to start a business? Three simple things: know your product better than anyone, know your customer, and have a burning desire to succeed,” said Dave Thomas, Founder of Wendy’s. An entrepreneur is someone who sees an opportunity, sizes up its value, and finds the resources to make it work. Entrepreneurs are typically innovators introducing something new to the marketplace, putting a different spin on a product or a process – and willing to take a risk for their success. Find out from Carol Ann what it takes to launch a new food product in a highly competitive industry. After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more information.
Tonight, Kevin McLaughlin will discuss successful event marketing.
Some of the topics Kevin will talk about include:
Promoting yourself through a trade show
Choosing the right event
Preparing and setting goals for the event
Proper booth setup
Incentives and discounts in the booth
Employees working the booth
Post show follow-up
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Today we're joined by Mark McLaughlin, the CEO of Pacific Union real estate and a regular contributor to Inman News, who discusses the Zillow/Trulia merger and what it means for agents and brokers. He recently published an article about this topic on Inman News entitled, "The Zillow phenomenon: Don’t confuse momentum with innovation" that we're going to discuss - along with an overview of how his firm is driving innovation in today's market.
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Audra McLaughlin is a professional singer, song writer and current contestant on this season’s The Voice. Since she was a small girl, Audra wanted to be a singer. She recorded her first album when she was just 16, with a band that was called The Fallen. She completed to albums with the band, “Between The Devil and The Blue Sea” and “Between the Angles and The Deep Dark Sky”.
Audra has performed live on major commercial radio stations such as WRFF 104.5 in Philadelphia and WSTW 93.7 in Delaware. In addition to the live, on air, performances, she has also had album cuts played on WRFF, WSTW, WMMR 93.3 in Philadelphia, and WZZO 95.1 in Allentown.
Matthew Stepp is Executive Director of the Center for Clean Energy Innovation (CCEI). Matthew researches, analyzes and comments on a number of issues related to climate and energy policy, including innovation ecosystems, renewable energy, carbon pricing, deployment subsidies, transportation technologies, international climate negotiations, the National Laboratories, the Department of Energy, ARPA-E, federal research, and the role of states in energy innovation.
He has testified before Congress and his work has appeared in various news and media outlets including the Washington Post, New York Times, MIT Technology Review, The Hill, Platts Energy Week, The Globalist, Ars Technica, E&E, National Journal, Bloomberg News, NPR, Forbes and Politico. He is also a regular columnist at Energy Trends Insider and The Energy Collective.
PWR SLAM retuns this week for another round betwen the ropes.
Right as the bell sounds: CHET COPPOCK RETURNS! He's asked us to give him the interview hat & let him talk to our guests for this week. We obliged!
So right at 9:05 EST, we will have ALL OUR GUESTS LIVE!
Chet is the "Godfather of Sports Radio" & he will be calling the shots with our guests.
Stuntman, college professor, wrestler, trainer, & Angry Wrestling Vet... will be our guest. We'll talk everything from being a professor, wrestling, Supreme Lee Great, Stunt work, Tough Enough, & how he got to be so "Angry".
Evan is the associate producer of "The Wrestler", He is the co-producer of the award winning documentary film Theresa Sareo-Alive Again.
His documentary Wrestling-Then & Now-The Movie is based on his popular newsletter "Wrestling Then & Now"
He has been involved in the professional wrestling scene for close to twenty years.. He is also the host of Legends Radio with his co-host Dr. Mike Lano
He is also the author of the book "Apartment 4B, Like in Brooklyn,"
Ginzburg is actively involved in the entertainment industry as a publicist, promoter, booker and MC.
Time permitting, we will bring on our Spotlight & have our roundtable post these guests.
Get ready for another night of non-stop pilar to post wrestling radio. PWR SLAM! is leading the wrestling radio revolution.
In another appaerance on the Sportsology channel, The FDH Lounge sits down with Opening Day Partners Partner/President/CEO Jon Danos.
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Founder & CEO
Jon has over 25 years experience in marketing along with his graphic design skills. Jon first became the National Sales Manager for a British manufacturer in the DIY trade to help them get established in the North American market followed by doing the same for a German horticultural company. He then got involved with a rep agency that supplied The Home Depot as well as other big box stores and retail chains with over 40 different product lines servicing the area from Maine to Virginia with over 100 service reps.
He has become a professional networker in the past year attending many networking events throughout the tri-state area. He is a member of the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce as well as a member in several networking groups around the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut markets.
He is a songwriter with a CD out that has 9 tracks of music recorded by independent artists. His “Bossa” instrumental made it to the top ten on international charts in October of 2010. He has developed a good connection to the music industry and has expanded that over time.
He is a member of BMI and has been since 1999 when he started to write and compose his own music. He has committed himself on providing a venue for independent music artists to perform live in front of the music and entertainment industry.
Author & illustrator, JD Holiday talks with Janet McLaughlin, author of GET PSYCHED and PSYCHED OUT.
GET PSYCHED ~ There’s more at stakes at this year’s two-day National Cheerleading Competition than taking first place. Lives will be changed and possibly even lost if 15-year-old Zoey Christopher doesn’t take action. She knows she’ll need help, but who to trust is the problem. No one knows about Zoey’s gift and she wants to keep it that way.
PSYCHED OUT~ When Zoey Christopher is invited to a week’s vacation on the Caribbean Island of St. Anthony’s, she’s thrilled. Sun, sand, and absolutely nothing to do are exactly what Zoey needs. But what she gets is something totally opposite. There’s Tempy, a pesky ghost who won’t leave her alone; Chris, a boyfriend wannabe she can’t shake; and Enid and Doris, two sisters who seem determined to make her vacation miserable.
GET PSYCHED: www.amazon.com/Get-Psyched-Janet-McLaughlin-ebook/dp/B00HDE7O4Q
PSYCHED OUT: www.amazon.com/Psyched-Out-Get-Series-Volume/dp/1494855992/
Find Janet McLaughlin at: www.facebook.com/GetPsychedSeriesByJanetMcLaughlin
JD and show sites: www.jdholiday.blogspot.com
Jonathan Boone, global wildlife photographer and researcher, has studied the captive husbandry and propagation of geckos since 1979. His work began at the young age of 14, when he purchased his first geckos from a local pet store and attended monthly herpetological meetings at the Tulsa Zoo. His first geckos included leopard geckos and day geckos of the genus Phelsuma.
Since then, Jon's collection has expanded to include some of the rarest and most obscure geckos in the world. He has travelled globally, with field research emphasis in Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and northern and southern Africa. In addition to his extensive field research, Jon has published numerous articles in popular herpetological journals. He has also assisted other authors by sharing findings as well as photographs from his husbandry experience and field research.
Exploring new possibilities, Jon has pioneered several practices in gecko husbandry, including innovative cage design, nutrition and mimicking seasonal rhythms. To educate and inspire others with interest in reptiles, Jon has spoken at as well as coordinated herpetological conferences. Jon has been the first to successfully breed over 200 species of gecko, and has collectively bred close to 500 gecko species. Among his other major advances was his discovery that Colopus kochii eggs can take almost 2 years to hatch.
In his efforts to further scientific research, Jon has provided nearly two thousand specimen samples to scientists, taxonomists and systematicists around the world. These specimen samples have been used to create documentation on new species, to update documentation on existing species, and to provide new localities and distinguishing characteristics between gecko species. (Taken from www.jonboone.com)
Join us on GNR as we speak with Jon about how he lives the gecko dream.
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