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Louis Lombardi is best known as the unconventional hero and fan favorite, "Edgar Stiles" on the Emmy-Award-winning, "24," and as FBI agent "Skip Lipari," in the acclaimed HBO series, "The Sopranos." Louis can next be seen as "Archie," in the the upcoming theatrical release, "Runner Runner," starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake, and joins the cast of TNT's drama, "Lost Angels," this fall, as "Stucky." As if all of that isn't enough to keep him busy, Louis went back to his Italian roots, and launched his own gourmet Italian food line, "Lombardi's," which debuted on September 19th. This authentic Italian line consists of pastas, sauces, olive oils and olives imported directly from Italy. Louis wants to show families that it is easier and healthier to make a home cooked meal than to go through a drive-thru. Born and raised in the Bronx, Lombardi's acting career took off after starring in the Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize nominee, "Amongst Friends," directed by Rob Weiss. Lombardi caught the attention of Academy Award-winning director, Oliver Stone, who cast Lombardi in in his next film, "Natural Born Killers," alongside Woody Harrelson, Robert Downey Jr., Tommy Lee Jones, and Juliette Lewis. Other notable big screen films include Academy Award winner, "The Usual Suspects," and cult classics "Suicide Kings," and "Animals," as Rob Schneider's best friend. Louis' love of food also inspired "Doughboys," a film festival favorite, starring Lombardi, Vincent Pastore, Andrew Keegan and Mike Starr. He's been seen on television shows as well, including "Entourage," "Ugly Betty," and "NYPD Blue," to name a few.
Please Tune in as Taylor and TJ Welcome Vince Lombardi Jr to the show.
Vincent Lombardi Jr. is co-founder and CEO of Outside Pitch Sports Network. He created outsidepitchmlb.com which is now a MLB Pro Blog and has been featured on MLB.com. He is also the co-host of Outside Pitch MLB, where it is a featured show and has been rated by Blogtalkradio as a top show numerous times. Outside Pitch MLB can be heard here on BTR, Monday Nights at 1030pm ET.
Vince has interviewed numerous guests including HBO Real Sports Soledad O'Brien, Former ESPN Host Rob Parker, Milwaukee Brewers Beat Writer Tom Haudricourt, Mayor of Cooperstown Jeff Katz and Double A Braves Announcer Kyle Tait.
His recent article "My Last Day with Mo" had been recognized as a true fans account of watching Mariano Rivera's last game and was recognized by actress Alyssa Milano.
Vince can always be found on Twitter @vlombardijr to talk about whatever sport interests you.
Taylor and TJ wil alsol recap the Seahawks game against the Colts and look ahead to the upcoming game against the Titans. They will also predict the top 5 NFL games of the week. These topics and much much more plus your calls!
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The Champagne Sisters are simply put: THRILLED to *CLINK!* & chat with our Champagne Mister, Stéphane Lombardi, cofounder of Tendil & Lombardi Champagnes! He spent 15 years working in the international food and beverage industry, first for Pernod Ricard and then for several international food and beverage companies. He lived for a year in the United States and then for nine years in the Netherlands, responsible for business and marketing strategy throughout Europe. After several years working with various producers' wines and Champagnes on the export market, he now works in partnership with his childhood friend, Laurent Tendil, on their own T&L Champagne project! *CLINK!* HERE for more!
In this episode we talk about the mysterious case of Manti Teo and his vanishing girlfriend. The Cleveland Browns hire Micheal Lombardi as their new VP of Player Personnel. And we discuss Lance Armstrong and his interview on Oprah where he admitted he was doping during his peak years in cycling. Check JbSmooth84.com. Show is also available on Stitcher Radio.
Debbie Lombardi is president of Barter Business Unlimited, located in Bristol, Connecticut. She is a longtime barter industry expert who has helped thousands of businesses grow using barter. All types of business today use barter to save cash expenditures, increase sales and revenues. Barter Business Unlimited helps businesses increase sales, build customer loyalty, and tap into new markets - all while conserving cash flow and all by bartering goods and services within the membership network.Businesses save needed cash reserves by using barter dollars earned from selling products or services to other member businesses. A business membership lets you purchase products direct from other businesses, as well as obtaining media advertising, travel and entertainment services, healthcare and fitness opportunities and so many other professional services. Debbie also talks about the upcoming CT Business Expo taking place at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, on June 6, 2013. Business professionals will be able to connect and learn about new products, expand their customer base, gain access to key decision makers, stay ahead of their competition, broaden brand awareness, meet new prospects, generate new leads, see new products and services, attend networking events all in one day - Connecting at the CT Business Expo. The CT Business Expo is a great way to connect with other business professionals. For more information about the business expo, visit www.ctbexpo.com.
Deborah Lombardi can often be described as a country music version of Liz Phair or Throwing Muses. Though not letting one genre define her, this Long Island based singer-songwriter has a knack for mixing elements of rock, country and pop, with catchy melodies and thought-provoking lyrics. Supported by her passionate voice and multi-instrumental abilities on guitar and piano, she can hold her own whether she’s performing solo-acoustic or backed up by her band
TrendMakers with host Ron Dresner talks with Barter Business Unlimited President Debbie Lombardi about her new health care program for businesses, "BarterCare" that has become widely popular with business owners and managers throughout Connecticut and the New England states. www.bbubarter.com. Barter Business Unlimited, the region’s leading barter exchange company for business owners throughout the United States, announced today that it has officially launched the region’s first barter health care program. The new “BarterCare” program is an exclusive healthcare management system that will allow businesses to subsidize and provide health care related products and services to their families and employees using barter dollars. While BarterCare is not a health insurance policy, it is a prepaid health management system that is similar to a heath savings account and other programs. BarterCare members will be able to purchase a prepaid benefit card that allows the card holder to use a long list of health care services throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. Card holders will have a private account which can be accessed via the BarterCare Web site that will display current balances, health care purchases and providers available in the program. Once the card holder reaches their allocated limit, the card is no longer usable until additional funds are added by the barter member. Debbie Lombardi, president, Barter Business Unlimited said “We have a long and growing list of health care providers that includes dentists, vision, skin care specialists all the way to nutritionists, orthodontists, chiropractors, strength/conditioning coaches and to hearing, hair restoration, walk-in medical centers, psychological and homeopathic providers.”
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