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On Monday, April 6, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
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Rachid Zahidi is President and CEO of Sentinel Background Checks and his visit today is about your tax return and identity theft. What’s the connection? You may be surprised.
Marshall Symons asks us the questions this time and one of them is, do you need a ride? Say what?
LeMar Lemmons, President of the Detroit School Board in exile weighs in on the Coalition report and what the Democratically elected Board sees in the future.
Open Lines…so much to try and get to this week so Tony needed some “me” time with all of you. Give us a call at 855-381-8795.
Joe DiSano, in a replay of our last visit, Joe has plenty to say and we give him the time to say it. Enjoy!
Chris Savage, founder and editor of Eclectablog.com is back in his weekly segment with updates on past news an opinion on RFRA and a nod to Clean Water Action, who is also nodding back!
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We're talking about Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Take a tour on a "rickshaw"...it's a pedicab and Brogan Graham will talk about his business. Entertainment near and around E. Las Olas Blvd and other parts of the area hearing from the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.Jessica Taylor from tourism tells us about the beach area and abutting communities.
Guest: Steve Meyer, Founder and CEO, Mainstreet Pedicab. Pedicabs are human-powered taxis seen in many of the major cities around the world. They work well for not only transporting people, but also for the delivery of food and merchandise.
In a world that is becoming overwhelmed with too many cars, pedicabs offer a green and sometimes romantic alternative. Steve Meyer didn't invent the pedicab, but he is in the process of perfecting the marketplace for it. Steve started out in real estate development, and his story about the insights he gained, and how he developed Mainstreet Pedicab is a great example of a sustainable business model.
The Super State is coming for your E-Cig, are you surprised? It's not really really a health issue, it's a tax issue, they've got hundreds of billions of tax dollars riding on your smoking habit. If a substantial number of smokers switch it could spell disaster for many high tax states around the nation.
Then we discuss the Google Clown Car, The Electric Pedicab in New York being under attack, Comrade De Blasio's chronic lateness and his bid for the presidency, the upcoming inter-generational battle that's brewing and our nation of Peter Pans, Gold and Silver prices and much more...
in Self Help
-- I own and operate a FREE pedicab service in La Conner, WA
-- I started the business as a homeless man living in my van, playing guitar for tip money and leveraging every penny I earned to afford my 1st cab, biz licenses and insurance.
-- I offer the community FREE rides and delivery serivces
-- I've made front page news several times and have been featured in a recent TV interview with "Evening Magazine"
-- Within a year I've become a Town Ambassador and LOCAL LEGEND/HERO.
-- I've leveraged my reputation in town to seek angel investors to afford myself the opportunity to join CEO Space... and it was a real "Jack and the Beanstalk" story.
-- I drove all the way from WA to Vegas and lived in my van for the entire forum... and had 3 HUGE WINS.
-- Reps from QVC and Hot Topic picked up 3 of my product ideas.
Coffee Toffee (QVC)
"It's Now" Watch (QVC)
FUN METER (Hot Topic and possibly McDonald's/Burger King)
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