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Kevin Harrington, CEO of TVGoods.com LLC, cofounder of OmniReliant Holdings, Inc., and former judge on ABC's hit television show Shark Tank is widely acknowledged as the pioneer and principal architect of the "infomercial" industry. With more than 500 product launches resulting in sales of over $4 billion worldwide; twenty of these products reached individual sales of over $100 million, creating dozens of millionaires. In 1991, Harrington's first company, Quantum International, which began in the mid-1980s, merged with National Media and grew into a multinational corporation with $500 million in annual sales and distribution in more than 100 countries.
In addition, Harrington's philanthropy has established two important global networking associations; the Entrepreneur's Organization (E.O.) and the Electronic Retailing Association (ERA).
There’s more to cooking venison than bacon and jalapeños. Or at least, so says our recent radio guest, Jes Harrington, the food and beverage director at the Duncan M. Gray Conference Center near Canton, MS and barbecue extraordinaire, on last week’s Eat Y’all Firing Pin to Fork radio segment.
Read more and get the recipe at eatyall.com
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Author Stefan Thomas to discuss his Amazon Best selling book Networking for Dummies. Stefan will offer some great advice on getting the most of your next networking event.
Roshni Pecora the Owner and Director of the Northeast Dance Center in Lawrence Ma joins the Friends of Kevin Show. Listen in to learn about how Roshni has built a caring and supporting program for dancers of all ability levels.
Melissa Sullivan from Marguerite's Place joins the Friends of Kevin Radio Show to discuss their upcoming Fundraiser
Marguerite’s Place, Inc.provides the physical, emotional, educational, and social supports for homeless women with children to achieve and sustain permanent self sufficiency
For more information about being a guest on the Friends of Kevin Radio Show please email me at Kevin@friendsofkevin.com
In this Notorious USA collection, Death of a Cheerleader, New York Times bestselling author Gregg Olsen and true crime journalist Kevin M. Sullivan write about notorious crimes in the Bluegrass State. In a scene right out of Hitchcock’s “Rear Window,” a young woman vanishes from a beach on a summer day and a neighbor views the abduction through his telescope. A newly wed disposes of his bride but doesn’t know what to do with her head. Selling tickets at a drive-in movie theater proves deadly. And a parent’s worst nightmare becomes reality – their young daughter disappears from a sleepover. DEATH OF A CHEERLEADER-Kevin M. Sullivan
8 pm CST-Variety Show-Author, blogger, podcaster and more Lee Harrington on Pagans and BDSM
The Pagan Variety Show welcomes, Lee Harrington. Author, editor, blogger, educator, etc etc etc, will be joining Pamela Kelly and Co-hort Susan Harper as we discuss Paganism and BDSM.
This is not mommy's 50 shades!
Find out more about Lee Harrington at http://passionandsoul.com/
Michael Harrington, at age 32 has been both the Director of Student Affairs as Paul Smith's College in NY and currently is the Economic Development Director for the Town of Bennington in Vermont and was recently recognized as one of Vermont's Top 40 Young Professionals. We will sit down with Michael to discuss key principles and leadership tips that he has learned over his career that propelled him to his current status.
Word Study with Kevin and Angela Steward. Join us as we discuss the word of God and of Jesus our Lord.
Kevin Du Toit, speaks out about his experience in front of the camera on Discovery Channel's newest reality series, Tethered. Listen in as Kevin discusses his experience in front of the camera, his success as an iconic realtor with beach-front properties along the California coast, and glamorous stories behind the scenes of some of Hollywood's biggest movies.
Learn more about Tethered: http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/tethered.
A little more about Kevin Du Toit - Kevin’s film career began in the late 90’s for Roger Corman. In 1998, he Directed “Bug Night,” winning awards and placing him in the GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS 2002. That year Kevin joined Steven Spielberg’s new Film Studio, DreamWorks SKG. Among many of the industry accomplishments, Kevin contributed to film as director/producer winning awards and bringing attention to many of his short films and indie productions. Kevin spent eight months in Editorial on director John Moore’s, “Flight of the Phoenix” (20th Century Fox) starring Dennis Quaid and Tyrese Gibson (Transformers).
*This episode was pre-recorded.
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