• 00:27

    Recycle Radio: Making the Most of Yard Sales and Flea Markets

    in Marketing

    Recycle Radio: Making the Most of Yard Sales and Flea Markets


    It's an average weekend in Small Town (or Big City), USA. If there isn't a monsoon, blizzard or temperatures below zero, chances are, you'll find a yard sale or flea market somewhere in town. (And even if they are in the forecast, there are always the indoor flea markets, which operate rain or shine!)


    Yard sales and Flea Markets have become a big business for a lot of people. What started out as a way to clean out a closet or basement has turned into a way of life - and full-time occupation - for some people. And for those who prefer selling online, they've become a virtually endless supply of inventory for eBay, Amazon, and Craigslist. Today on Recycle Radio we'll be sharing some hints on how to make the most of shopping at a yard sale or flea market.


     

  • 00:27

    Recap - Trish McCully of Recycle That

    in Women

    Trish has spent a lifetime around the development, internal operations and ever-changing dynamics of the thrift store industry; learning much about the business from her grandfather, Walter D “Bud” Ellison, who was instrumental in launching the ARC Thrift Stores in Colorado in the 1960’s.   Trish began working directly in the thrift store and secondary material recycling industry in 1996.


    Patricia launched Snow Lion Inc., one of the first e-commerce used book businesses, in 2003.  Just four years later, she founded Cycla, LLC, thrift recycling professionals, to address the recycling needs of thrift and consignments store owners, commercial laundries, textile clothing manufactures, and most recently the county prison systems.


    While her businesses were environmentally impactful, Trish was missing the local community connection and charitable component she grew up with in her family’s businesses.  So, in 2011 she started Recycle That, LLC, to combine textile material collection with the opportunity to raise funds and give back to local non-profit organizations.


    Recycle That connects communities to recycling by reusing and repurposing its goods.  The company forms community partnerships with non-profit organizations to create a sustainable funding source to support their causes.  Via donation centers, collection box programs and special events, Recycle That enables its charitable partners to collect used textiles as a means of fundraising.  Current partners include, Habitat for Humanity Restores, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Hospice of Saint John, American Heart Walk, and local faith based communities.


     


     

  • 01:32

    The "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" Recycle Edition

    in Comedy

    Join the Greatest SHOW on the interwebz as they tackle the ten best ways to recycle the Toomer's Corner Oaks!

  • 01:03

    The Green Guy

    in Self Help

    Tune in tonight to hear 3 dynamic women who are trailblazing the recycling industry in Georgia.


    Gloria Hardegree,Georgia Recycling Coalition,Peggy Whitlow Ratcliffe, The Center for Hard to Recycle Material and Michelle Wiseman of Pratt Industries and current Georgia Recycling Coalition President will be on the show talking recycling,announcing the opening of CHaRM and taking your phone calls about what's happening in Metro Atlanta and the entire state of Georgia in the recycling world and what you can do to get involved!
    Don't miss this show!


    Listen,Learn,Live!

  • 00:27

    Recycle the outdoors

    in The Bible

    Small talk on how you can help nature.

  • 00:59

    The Green Guy

    in Self Help

    Welcome to "Talk w. the Green Guy"! I am your host Eric Moncrief. This show is dedicated to covering energy saving systems, environmental policies, recycling, clean energy and more!!


    This week:


    It’s a material world! Tune in tonight to hear how Sean Desmond of Bonded Logic takes your old blue jeans and makes insulation for homes and commercial buildings.


    Next, Damon Carson of Repurposed Materials  tells us how they reuse materials and give them a second life. Ever think about what happens to the vinyl from billboard signs? It could be the tarp that’s now covering your car or boat! You won’t believe what else this amazing company is doing in the recycle market.


    Don’t miss this show!


    Listen,Learn,Live!

  • 00:58

    Cincinnati Business Talk#210 Bill Rumpke,Jr,CEO Pres., Rumpke Waste & Recycling

    in Business

    Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.


    Today's guest is Bill Rumpke, Jr. CEO & President of Rumpke Waste & Recycling, Inc.  Bill will share his perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of waste and recycling.


    The show streamed live on Friday October 10th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/6918959


    You can listen to the show on Apple iTunes as a Podcast. You can add the podcast at:   http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss


    You can add Cincy-Business-Talk as an RSS feed to your Outlook email program. The exact feed http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss

  • 01:27

    The Mirror Presents: TeQuila Shabazz, Founder of BRIJ Fund, L3C

    in Lifestyle

    Learn how to recycle the Black dollar!


     If you are a small business owner this a show you don't want to miss. TeQuila Shabazz will be joining the show to share with you  everything you need to know to register your business and gain exposure.


    BRIJ Fund is about THAT LIFE!

  • 00:27

    Welcome Trish McCully of Recycle That

    in Women

    Trish has spent a lifetime around the development, internal operations and ever-changing dynamics of the thrift store industry; learning much about the business from her grandfather, Walter D “Bud” Ellison, who was instrumental in launching the ARC Thrift Stores in Colorado in the 1960’s.   Trish began working directly in the thrift store and secondary material recycling industry in 1996.
    Patricia launched Snow Lion Inc., one of the first e-commerce used book businesses, in 2003.  Just four years later, she founded Cycla, LLC, thrift recycling professionals, to address the recycling needs of thrift and consignments store owners, commercial laundries, textile clothing manufactures, and most recently the county prison systems.
    While her businesses were environmentally impactful, Trish was missing the local community connection and charitable component she grew up with in her family’s businesses.  So, in 2011 she started Recycle That, LLC, to combine textile material collection with the opportunity to raise funds and give back to local non-profit organizations.
    Recycle That connects communities to recycling by reusing and repurposing its goods.  The company forms community partnerships with non-profit organizations to create a sustainable funding source to support their causes.  Via donation centers, collection box programs and special events, Recycle That enables its charitable partners to collect used textiles as a means of fundraising.  Current partners include, Habitat for Humanity Restores, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Hospice of Saint John, American Heart Walk, and local faith based communities.

  • 01:32

    The Conservative Refuge

    in Politics Conservative

    On tonight's show: 
    Deaths throughout Maryland from heroin are on the rise despite the efforts of the O'Malley/Brown administration to curb them and heroin use is spreading throughout the state. Can we expect more of the same to solve this problem?


    The General Assembly's medical marijuana reforms are drawing criticism.  We'll discuss.


    From the Human Exceptionalism blog, Lithuania proposes euthanize poor people to save money.


    For some fun, people love recycling so why not recycle some 1920's slang for our current usage? This segment will Hit on All Sixes.

  • 00:27

    Welcome Trish McCully of Recycle That

    in Women

    Trish has spent a lifetime around the development, internal operations and ever-changing dynamics of the thrift store industry; learning much about the business from her grandfather, Walter D “Bud” Ellison, who was instrumental in launching the ARC Thrift Stores in Colorado in the 1960’s.   Trish began working directly in the thrift store and secondary material recycling industry in 1996.
    Patricia launched Snow Lion Inc., one of the first e-commerce used book businesses, in 2003.  Just four years later, she founded Cycla, LLC, thrift recycling professionals, to address the recycling needs of thrift and consignments store owners, commercial laundries, textile clothing manufactures, and most recently the county prison systems.
    While her businesses were environmentally impactful, Trish was missing the local community connection and charitable component she grew up with in her family’s businesses.  So, in 2011 she started Recycle That, LLC, to combine textile material collection with the opportunity to raise funds and give back to local non-profit organizations.
    Recycle That connects communities to recycling by reusing and repurposing its goods.  The company forms community partnerships with non-profit organizations to create a sustainable funding source to support their causes.  Via donation centers, collection box programs and special events, Recycle That enables its charitable partners to collect used textiles as a means of fundraising.  Current partners include, Habitat for Humanity Restores, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Hospice of Saint John, American Heart Walk, and local faith based communities.

Results Per Page: 12 | 24 | 48
Loading...
Loading...