First, Doug Wells and guest co-host Bob Hendricks visit with Elizabeth Willard Thames, author of Meet The Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living. Next they visit with Mark Nelson of the historic Heber Valley Railroad. Finally, Honey and Blaine Parker discuss their business, CoupleCo, which is all about working with your spouse for fun and profit.
Hosts Renai Bodley and Bob Hendricks welcome Tim Timco, President of S&S Worldwide in Logan Utah. S&S has created some of the most heart stopping thrill rides in the world. The second guest is Scott Svenson, co-founder of MOD Pizza with a new location in Park City and Jennifer and Dean Tutor, owners of Indigo Highway.
The first guest on Mountain Money was Mark Pittman, CEO of Blyncsy. Through his innovative technology platform he is able to monitor the vitality of Park City by taking the pulse of the traffic grid in real time. The second guest was Lorin Smaha, owner of Freshies Lobster Company in Park City. The final guest on the program was Dr. Michael Kagen who is offering Concierge Medicine In Park City.
On today’s show, Jude Robinson and guest co-host Bob Hendricks talk with Amy McDonald, Artistic Director Of the Kimball Art Center and Jenifer Worsley, one of the artist showing her work during the Kimball Arts Festival August 4 thru 6. Then, they welcome Travis English who tells of all the events during the Summit County Fair. Connie Nelson from Sunrise Rotary talks about the third annual Tour de Sunrise family fun walk, run and ride Saturday, August 12 in Coalville. Music guests are Tony Holiday and the Velvetones.
We have a special holiday edition of Mountain Money for you today. We’re showcasing some of the business interviews from OTHER KPCW programsYou will hear from the CEO of Skullcandy, Jason Hodell, who was recently on the KPCW Local News Hour talking to News Director Leslie Thatcher about the grand opening of Skullcandy’s Headquarters out at Kimball Junction.
Renai and co-host Bob Hendricks speak with Robert Bruce Shaw, the author of “extreme Teams.” He’s examined how innovative companies like Air BnB, Netflix, Pixar and Paragonia use a new model of team work to ensure their success. Then Vanessa Chapman is in studio to talk about Main Street Social – a new restaurant on Heber City’s main street.
This Morning, Larry Warren and guest co-host Bob Hendricks spoke with Benjamin Waterhouse, author of The Land of Enterprise: A Business History of the United States. Guest number two was Jaron Hall, Student Chairman at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah. He has results of the recent Entrepreneur Challenge. The final guest on the program was Robert Rosing, HOA Attorney, bringing us up to date on new HOA regulations.
On today’s program, Guest hosts Emily Elliott and Bob Hendricks talk with Marla Rausch founder of Animation Vertigo, a company that provides motion capture animation solutions in film, television and Video games. The second guest, Bill Malone, Park City Chamber of Commerce Director, gives an update of this year’s ski season. The final guest is Scott Thompson who is launching the Rockwell Room, a flex office space located above OP Rockwell.
Today’s first guest is Michelle Moonshine who performs live in studio. Guest number two is Gary Lewis of Gary Lewis and the Playboys who are appearing this weekend at the Egyptian Theater. Final guest on the program is Judy Cullen talking about the Shot Ski Event.