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Join Erika and Robin as they kick off a new segment series entitled “Turn Your Hobby into a Hustle” as they interview today’s mover and shakers that have taken their hobby and turned it into a successful business. This Saturday we are happy to sit down and chat with Raijean Stroud, the mastermind behind the hugely successful blog Swa-Rai, Swa-Rai Media Group and the Bleeding Heart Project. Launched in 2010, Swa-Rai covers a wide range of topics including: fashion, beauty, lifestyle experiences and much more. Since launching her blog, Raijean has had the opportunity to cover such events as the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and Luck Fabb presented by Lucky Magazine in LA. Tune in as we find out how Raijean got her start and how she was able to turn her blog into a thriving business.
So pour your favorite drink, find a comfy spot and tune in to the show.
Join me on Thursday June 13th at 4pm MST as I talk to Frank Gonzales with Southwest Airlines, the consummate staff member. I love how he LOVES his work! He will inspire you to find or create a job you adore!
Frank Gonzales is a Southwest Airlines- Operations Agent in El Paso,also on the SWA Companywide Culture Committee based out of SWA Headquarters in Dallas, TX., where their goal is to help create the SOUTHWEST SPIRIT and Culture where needed; to enrich it and make it better where it already exists; and to liven it up in places where it might be “floundering.”
In short, their goal is to do “WHATEVER IT TAKES” to create, enhance, and enrich the special SOUTHWEST SPIRIT and Culture that has made this such a wonderful Company/Family.
Frank is the lead vocalist and founder of the popular El Paso rock and roll band FRANK AND THE UNDERDOGS. Frank taught himself how to play the drums and piano at an early age.
Prior to working in the airline industry, Frank worked in Television News. He worked for the NBC and CBS affiliates in El Paso.
In early 2000, Frank was offered and turned down a job with the Sports Network ESPN in Connecticut.
Outreach Communication, Southwest Airlines
Note from Mrs. Green: It is a RARE occurrence for us to do a repeat show. But alas! We bring you our most popular show of 2013 – a great reminder of allSouthwest Airlines does for the planet and how much they helped with getting the Ben’s Bells Project to Newtown, Connecticut only three short months ago. Read all about it.
Not only does SWA (and trust me, I fly SWA) not charge you for your bags AND still give you peanuts and pretzels AND frequently entertain you during your flight, they are going greener every day in every way they can. I am nuts about them. “Our performance, our people, our planet.” Don’t you want to know what this industry leader is doing to be a good steward of the planet?
Thanks to Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona for sponsoring this show.
A Pekuliar Generation will be invading the Mathell Givens Show on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 Special Co-Host: Ms. Talayah Goodlow, chairwoman of the Holy & Acceptable Fashion Show
Special Guest will include Raijean Stroud of Swa-rai Enterprises, Sidney Buckner of Youth In Unity and Da JAM Team.
We will be discussing Upright's Youth & Gifted Life Ministries upcoming production of the Holy & Acceptable Fashion Show entitled: A PeKuliar Generation: Past, Present & Future
We will also have some of the midwest upcoming and coming artists songs in rotation!
Tune In For An Exciting & Youthful Show That We Know You'll Enjoy!
Want To Attend The Holy & Acceptable Fashion Show or Support The Cause Visit: http://www.holyandacceptable.eventbrite.com taking place Sat. April 13, 2013!!!
in Self Help
Hear how Brenda's recovery through Sex Workers Anonymous using a "safe house" provided to her by a now defunct "Genesis House", a SWA Recovery Guide, the Steps, and the whole recovery process given her - led her to her own passion where she now works with ALL trafficking victims with her own SWA meetings, and the program she co-founded, Dreamcatchers - whether the members be male, female, gay, bi, transgender, African American, Latina - to Brenda a victim is a vic