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In this episode, I will introduce what the Arizona Real Estate Show is all about. I will explain why the newest online technologies are reshaping the way homes should be marketed by real estate professionals, and why many agents are not using these incredible platforms!
Jeff Underwood, Host of the Arizona Real Estate Show
SIZZLE Realty Team
Using Video Marketing Strategies to sell YOUR house!
Tom has been a resident of Phoenix for 51 years and a graduate of ASU with a B.S. degree in accounting. Upon graduation from college he entered the field of accounting for a short period of time and was a principal in a property and casualty insurance agency for over 20 years. He has been a member of the Phoenix Thunderbirds for 25 years, past USGA Junior Amateur Committee member, presently a member of the USGA Regional Associations Committee and Executive Director of the Boys Junior America's Cup Team Matches. He has been involved with the Junior Golf Association of Arizona since 1986, as a two year past president of the JGAA Board of Directors and the associations Executive Director since 1994.
Straight Down the Middle is Arizona’s only internet golf show. It is produced by the Boomer and the Babe Inc in partnership with Golfmix.com. Straight Down the Middle is hosted by Pete Peters, host of The Boomer and The Babe Show, Jon Bloom, founder of Golfmix.com and Kirk Getsinger also of Golfmix. Jon founded Golf Mix.com, an online golf community for the average golfer. Tonight's show is part of our ongiong coverage of High School Golf in Arizona.
Our guest is Jerry Paterson, newly aqppointed Boys & Girls Golf Coach at Apache Junction HS.
Jerry grew up in Portage Indiana, right by Gary Indiana. Started golfing at age 4. Played football, basketball, baseball, and golf through high school. Went to Concordia College (now Concordia University) in River Forest Illinois. Played 4 years of football, 2 years of basketball, and 1 year of baseball.
His career includes 25 years of coaching High School sports including golf.
It sounds like Jerry can hold hold his own in any athletic endeavor. We hope you can join us.
FInd out what all the fuss is about over Josh Hubner, the booming punter from Arizona State that has drawn interest from numerous teams. Hubner set a new Sun Devils record this past year, averaging 47.1 yards per punt. His accolades earned him an invite to the Casino Del Sol and East-West Shrine all-star games. He joins host Ric Serritella in this edition of the Player Spotlight Show to discuss why hang time is more valuable than distance, the difference between three-step vs two-step punters and his New Jersey roots. Be sure to visit www.NFLDraftBible.com.
Arizona’s Mark Watley was one of the top special teams players on the Wildcats team. During his career at Arizona, he filled in at the safety position. Gifted athletically Watley impressed at his Pro Day with numbers as fine as any safety in the nation. His college statistics don't tell much about Watley who is gaining on other safeties as the NFL Draft approaches. One of the more intriguing prospects to take note of in 2013. Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show. For more exclusive interviews and full NFL Draft analysis go to College2Pro.com Host by Bo Marchionte
Exclusive interview with "Flathead Ed" the man who landed the largest fish ever taken in Arizona State History; a 76.52-pound flathead catfish.
Ed tells the story of how he was asleep when the monster cat hit and the battle that ensued.
Read more about it on Pete Thomas Outdoors http://www.petethomasoutdoors.com/2013/04/at-7652-pounds-flathead-is-largest-fish-ever-caught-in-arizona.html .
Go to Phil Friedman Outdoors Radio on FB or to www.PhilFriedmanOutdoors.com.
Arizona Operation: Let my people go! More information/calendar posted at: www.justiceforfamilies.us/karla/arizona_operation_let_my_people_go.pdf
One of the top-rated punters in the 2013 draft class, Josh Hubner of Arizona State joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show. From the Hunger Bowl, to the East-West Shrine Game, NFL Scouting Combine and pro day workout, Hubner has generated serious NFL Draft buzz that almost ensures that he'll be drafted, a rare feat for punters. Get to know him in this episode with host Ric Serritella.
Ms. Teketa Williams and Ms. Karla Johnson, Child Protective Services (CPS) "family break-up victims," tell about the criminal ways in which CPS is empowered to lawfully kidnap American children from their homes, protected and funded by US government officials.
"Arizona Operation: Let my people go!" is activism for raising awareness and taking action against US government:
1) sanctioned Arizona school beatings, the start of the USA "pipeline-to-prison" industry 2) sanctioned kidnappings of children from their families protected through child agencies such as CPS.
We urge concerned citizens to learn more and how to help at: Facebook event, "Banning USA School Beatings": www.facebook.com/events/466967946694771
Tonight's show is about an exciting new concert series at The Ritz On Main in New Holland, PA. They will kick off the Friday Night At The Ritz concerts on June 21st, 2013 with a fantastic lineup of musicians. The shows are sponsored by The Ritz on Main and College Underground Radio network. The June show features three acts, Smashbox Symphony, King Friday, and Jett Prescott.
We've scored a hat-trick and will be presenting segments on each of the great acts on the bill. Jett Prescott has agreed to appear, as have Joe Macre from King Friday and John West of Smashbox Symphony. We'll talk with each of these gentlemen and hear some of the music of each of these artists.
Supreme Court Hears Case On Arizona Voting Laws The Supreme Court this morning heard oral arguments on whether Arizona can require documentary proof of citizenship from registering voters. At question is whether the state can add such conditions on top of federal regulations. While a number of new controversial voter laws were enacted last year, this particular case involves an initiative passed by Arizona voters in 2004. We talk to Catherine Weiss, Partner at Lowenstein Sandler LLP