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  • 01:30

    Do you have the skills to pay the bills? What Do You do?

    in Entertainment

    On todays show I will have Majeedah Giddens of Majeedah Models & Talent Consulting on. She is also the owner of A List Consignments. Learn about her past, obstacles and how she overcame them. I also will have Corey Osborne from Up Next Barbershop. He will speak on how hard it is to create and maintain a barbershop in a shopping mall and how he has overcome those challenges as well as additional projects. I plan to have web designer Kyle Wilkins of Kyle Wilkins Designs. He will talk about starting his company from scratch, the current work he is doing and what he plans for the future. Call in and listen to the show or ask the guests a question. Be sure to tell your friends!!!

  • 01:02

    Your Time w. Paula G. and Bruce

    in Self Help

    Join us this week as we continue our “Summer of Passions” series. We will be joined by Tiffany Henderson who founded her own non-profit that benefits young men with Down’s Syndrome and Seamstress extraordinaire and owner of Déjà Vu Consignments & Alterations, Eva Potts.  Join us Wednesday @ 8:30 PM EST. 917-932-1078 or www.yourtimeradio.com.  

  • 01:00

    Literary Moments: Royalties, Consignments, Bookstores, Scams

    in Current Events

    We want to discuss the inevitable for authors. The royalties, book sells, consignments with bookstores, and scams we may undergo as authors. The contracts we sign...do we turn to attorneys or others for help to review them. So many promotional tools online and offline.

  • 00:30

    Twice Is Nice Consignments

    in Women

    Join me as I chat with two new entrepreneuers who are making a splash in the business world with their consignment shop. Do you have clothes that you don't need anymore? Are your children's old clothes cluttering their closets? Well the owners of Twice Is Nice Consignments will tell you exactly what you can do with these unwanted clothes.

  • 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.


     


     

  • 01:31

    At Eye Level from the Market at Manayunk

    in Entertainment

    This week, we're At Eye Level with Joy Reeves-Teti, proprietor of the Market at Manayunk Flea Market and Consignments, in Manayunk, PA.

  • 00:29

    101 Entrepreneurs Consignment For Money

    in Dreams

    Entrepreneurs make $$$. Unemployment is a reason to pursue dreams and be financial productive. Create a living while doing job search. Your financial life is in your hands. Entrepreneurs, your time has come. Time to go for your work of passion. Grow your income  with consignments. Consignments creates $$$.  High School graduate, to college graduate to laid off workers, to retirees, your time has arrived. Turn your passionate idea into dough. Success is knocking at your door. Answer the call of success. With persistence and a plan only you can open the door and let success in. 

  • 00:29

    BizzOwn - JockSale Business Review

    in Business

    Today we’re going to review JockSale, a franchise that operates consignments events for sporting, outdoor and hobby gear.  These event last 7 to 10 days.
    Joining us is Brian Elrod, Head of Jock Support.
    Brian has been with JockSale since it started 2 years ago and has been in franchising for over 12 years.

  • 00:23

    101 Entrepreneurs Referral Services

    in Business

    Todays show is the last of 13 of Entrepreneurs Time Series. The Work for Life show has decided to expand our business. We are seeking entrepreneurs who want more but need more to get more. You fill in the objectives. Contact us and lets talk. Serious contacts only. Call in now!

  • 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.

  • 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.