• 00:24

    Welcome Frances Owens - arc Thrift Stores - Recap

    in Women

    Frances W. Owens became First Lady of Colorado on January 12, 1999. A native of Colorado, she spent much of her childhood in Texas, but returned to Colorado to receive a degree in Art History from the University of Colorado at Denver.


    Frances served as Honorary Chair for Early Intervention Awareness Day for eight years. She continues to champion efforts to encourage early intervention for children with developmental disabilities. Frances was also actively involved with literacy and children’s programs throughout Colorado.


    For six years, Ms. Owens oversaw the privately funded long-term project of renovating and restoring the Governor’s Executive Residence which was originally constructed in 1908. Extensive renovations of the carriage house and lower gardens were completed in 2005.


    From 2008 to 2012, Frances held the position as Vice President of Community Affairs for a local consulting company, Galloway Group, helping to forge strategic partnerships in the Denver community. She continues to be very active as a volunteer for several local nonprofits. In December, 2012, she joined arc Thrift Stores as the Community Relations Director. Arc Thrift is one of the largest employers of people with disabilities in the State of Colorado, with 22 stores from Ft. Collins to Pueblo.


    Currently, Frances serves on the board of directors for St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation and The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund.


    Ms. Owens is a seasoned veteran of political campaigns, beginning her career campaigning for former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong in the late 1970’s, as well as serving on Senator Armstrong’s House and Senate staffs.  She also worked as Associate Director of the Colorado Council on Economic Education.


     


     

  • 00:11

    Insiders Look at Thrift Crawl 2014

    in Business

    Today we chat with Barb Tobias about the upcoming Diva Crawl! Learn more about the event here: http://thrifttalkdiva.com/divacrawl


    Grab a girlfriend, or two, and register for this “Invitation Only” event!


    This year we are thrilled to add some new shops and stops on our tour! And, YOU are invited to participate in this fun-filled thrifty shopping adventure.


    Fun Power Packed Thrift Shopping Day
    DIVA STOP 1: Barb Tobias’ Mountain Home! Experience the Diva Party/Sale. You may ask, What is the Diva Sale? Well, Barb Tobias’ annual garage sale has been such a huge success that the name garage sale just doesn’t do it justice, thus this extravaganza has been aptly named … The Diva Sale. Amidst the shopping frenzy, set your coveted items aside (on hold), sit back, relax, and enjoy gourmet delights or a refreshing beverage before resuming your shopping.


    DIVA STOP 2:
    After delighting in Barb’s Diva Sale prepare to be whisked away to more splendid shopping at a chic Englewood boutique … The Second Time Shop, where more treasures await. After discovering fabulous fashions take a few moments for a chair massage and get those muscles back in order for more exciting things yet to come! Of course, indulge in a glass or wine or a refreshing mimosa.


    DIVA STOP 3:
    End your day with a final stop at one of the Diva’s favorite thrift shops … the Littleton arc Thrift Store where discounts, tote bags and delectable goodies await you. Come prepared to duke-it-out to win incredible prizes for:


    Best Thrift Find
    Best Dressed Diva
    Best Home Decor


    Cost: $37/per person


    http://thrifttalkdiva.com/divacrawl

  • 00:11

    Insiders Look at Thrift Crawl 2014

    in Women

    Today we chat with Barb Tobias about the upcoming Diva Crawl! Learn more about the event here: http://thrifttalkdiva.com/divacrawl


    Grab a girlfriend, or two, and register for this “Invitation Only” event!


    This year we are thrilled to add some new shops and stops on our tour! And, YOU are invited to participate in this fun-filled thrifty shopping adventure.


    Fun Power Packed Thrift Shopping Day
    DIVA STOP 1: Barb Tobias’ Mountain Home! Experience the Diva Party/Sale. You may ask, What is the Diva Sale? Well, Barb Tobias’ annual garage sale has been such a huge success that the name garage sale just doesn’t do it justice, thus this extravaganza has been aptly named … The Diva Sale. Amidst the shopping frenzy, set your coveted items aside (on hold), sit back, relax, and enjoy gourmet delights or a refreshing beverage before resuming your shopping.


    DIVA STOP 2:
    After delighting in Barb’s Diva Sale prepare to be whisked away to more splendid shopping at a chic Englewood boutique … The Second Time Shop, where more treasures await. After discovering fabulous fashions take a few moments for a chair massage and get those muscles back in order for more exciting things yet to come! Of course, indulge in a glass or wine or a refreshing mimosa.


    DIVA STOP 3:
    End your day with a final stop at one of the Diva’s favorite thrift shops … the Littleton arc Thrift Store where discounts, tote bags and delectable goodies await you. Come prepared to duke-it-out to win incredible prizes for:


    Best Thrift Find
    Best Dressed Diva
    Best Home Decor


    Cost: $37/per person


     


     

  • 00:01

    Insiders Look at Thrift Crawl 2014

    in Women

    Today we chat with Barb Tobias about the upcoming Diva Crawl! Learn more about the event here: http://thrifttalkdiva.com/divacrawl


    Grab a girlfriend, or two, and register for this “Invitation Only” event!


    This year we are thrilled to add some new shops and stops on our tour! And, YOU are invited to participate in this fun-filled thrifty shopping adventure.


    Fun Power Packed Thrift Shopping Day
    DIVA STOP 1: Barb Tobias’ Mountain Home! Experience the Diva Party/Sale. You may ask, What is the Diva Sale? Well, Barb Tobias’ annual garage sale has been such a huge success that the name garage sale just doesn’t do it justice, thus this extravaganza has been aptly named … The Diva Sale. Amidst the shopping frenzy, set your coveted items aside (on hold), sit back, relax, and enjoy gourmet delights or a refreshing beverage before resuming your shopping.


    DIVA STOP 2:
    After delighting in Barb’s Diva Sale prepare to be whisked away to more splendid shopping at a chic Englewood boutique … The Second Time Shop, where more treasures await. After discovering fabulous fashions take a few moments for a chair massage and get those muscles back in order for more exciting things yet to come! Of course, indulge in a glass or wine or a refreshing mimosa.


    DIVA STOP 3:
    End your day with a final stop at one of the Diva’s favorite thrift shops … the Littleton arc Thrift Store where discounts, tote bags and delectable goodies await you. Come prepared to duke-it-out to win incredible prizes for:


    Best Thrift Find
    Best Dressed Diva
    Best Home Decor


    Cost: $37/per person

  • 00:45

    The Making of Dr. Thrift

    in Work

    On this episode of Conversations in the Zone my guest is Dr. Chris Hawkins, who is a high school educator specializing in teaching students how to manage their finances.


    Increasingly, Dr. Hawkins has been asked by more and more adults to give them financial advice. In response, Dr. Hawkins has laid the foundation for creating a brand to do just that. Dr. Thrift is the professional brand he is developing to teach adults and kids how to thrive by following the old fashioned virtue of thrift. He enjoys conducting workshops and speaking on the topic of thrift. 


    For more about Dr. Thrift and his goal of  teaching others to be thrifty, visit www.drthrift.com.

  • 00:24

    Welcome Frances Owens - arc Thrift Stores - Recap

    in Women

    Frances W. Owens became First Lady of Colorado on January 12, 1999. A native of Colorado, she spent much of her childhood in Texas, but returned to Colorado to receive a degree in Art History from the University of Colorado at Denver.


    Frances served as Honorary Chair for Early Intervention Awareness Day for eight years. She continues to champion efforts to encourage early intervention for children with developmental disabilities. Frances was also actively involved with literacy and children’s programs throughout Colorado.


    For six years, Ms. Owens oversaw the privately funded long-term project of renovating and restoring the Governor’s Executive Residence which was originally constructed in 1908. Extensive renovations of the carriage house and lower gardens were completed in 2005.


    From 2008 to 2012, Frances held the position as Vice President of Community Affairs for a local consulting company, Galloway Group, helping to forge strategic partnerships in the Denver community. She continues to be very active as a volunteer for several local nonprofits. In December, 2012, she joined arc Thrift Stores as the Community Relations Director. Arc Thrift is one of the largest employers of people with disabilities in the State of Colorado, with 22 stores from Ft. Collins to Pueblo.


    Currently, Frances serves on the board of directors for St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation and The Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund.


    Ms. Owens is a seasoned veteran of political campaigns, beginning her career campaigning for former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong in the late 1970’s, as well as serving on Senator Armstrong’s House and Senate staffs.  She also worked as Associate Director of the Colorado Council on Economic Education.

  • 00:29

    Anthonette Klinkerman - Replay

    in Women

    Anthonette Klinkerman, CEO – Chief Etiquette Officer – of Colorado, USA.


    Anthonette has taught middle school Language Arts and at a community college, and now teaches at an alternative high school.  She entered the public speaking circuit in 2009, which she actively continues today, and since then, she authored a book: Courtesy Bootcamp – A Not-So-Gentle Reminder To Live By The Golden Rule.


    It is her belief that we can all learn how to revive those common courtesies that are becoming all too uncommon. She will be sharing some common courtesy reminders that will help make our lives, as well as the lives of others around us, easier.


    http://www.courtesybootcamp.com/About_Anthonette.html


     


     

  • 00:45

    Frugal Living Tips ~ Suffering In Poverty~ Dealing With What You Have

    in Self Help

    Whether you're dealing with a mountain of debt (which there is no need to continue paying on) or trying to save money for your "retirement", there are numerous circumstances that can force you to have to live inexpensively. Frugal living is typically viewed in a negative light, where the word "sacrifice" becomes synonymous with "suffering." Most of the time, it is. So what can you do to change this? Reach out? Ask for help? What if there is none and you have no family or friends in the area? It takes people helping people, which rarely occurs. It is much easier in America to raise money for an animal than to help someone in need. Poverty will not change unless Americans change their thinking- and actually embrace the religions they subscribe too.

  • 01:02

    Style with Trysh ~ Sonja Atkins

    in Entertainment

    We have her TODAY and we are so VERY glad - None other than Lady Sonja Atkins also known as The Thrift Shopping Queen. She reigns out of Birmingham, Alabama. Sonja prides her organization provides convenient ways to consult consumers on how to save money by buying new, used and recyclable items at a discounted price. They educate shoppers on how and where to shop for bargains. 

  • 00:03

    Droppin Shop Entrepreneur: Sherita Carthon

    in Business

    Sherita Carthon is an entrepreneur and owner of Droppinshop Retail. She is also a Professional Speaker ~ Certified Competent Communicator with Toastmaster’s International, A Certified Life & Business Coach and Author of, “The Ultimate You: A Leader’s Guide to Becoming Successful in Purpose Past Fear.” 

    Droppinshop is a low-cost high-end thrift store. There are two stores in one. $5 to $1 where every item is individually priced and our $10 Unlimited store.


    For Info:


    Website: www.droppinshop.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/droppinshop
    Twitter: www.twitter.com/droppinshop

  • 01:05

    A Kind Voice on Music: Highlight Show

    in Music

         This musical spotlight show shines on the music from the talented artists featured on our program.  Today's show highlights acts like; Leonum (Chicago based Progressive Rock Band), Nick Proch (Arizona based Composer) and Glenn Crytzer (NY based frontman of The Savoy Seven).  Tune in for tons of music.  Hosted by Tyler Wolf

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