Larry Warren

President and General Manager

Where so many of KPCW’s staff claim longevity in town, Larry has the extra credit of having actually written the book on Park City - Park City: Mountain of Treasure. Larry is most recognized from being a television broadcaster for more than 30 years, but he has also made a career out of being a freelance writer and photographer before coming over to public radio in 2010.

In additional to GM duties, Larry hosts the Mountain Money show every Monday morning during the Public Affairs Hour with co-host Doug Wells.

Ways to Connect

On today’s show Larry and Doug speak with Bryce Hoffman, author of the book, Red Teaming, How your business can conquer the competition by challenging everything. The second guest on the program was Polly Rihm, the manager of The Park City Tea House.  Segment three was a farewell to KPCW General Manager and Mountain Money co-host Larry Warren.

 

Mountain Money - June 5, 2017

Jun 5, 2017

On today’s Mountain Money, Larry and Doug speak with Maureen Chiquit, author of the book, Beyond the Label.  The former global CEO of Chanel charts her unlikely path from literature major to global chief executive.  Guest number two is Adam Ross the chef and new owner of the Twisted Fern Restaurant. The final guest on the program is Bruce Greenwald, co-founder of One Seven, a wealth management firm in Park City.

Mountain Money - May 22, 2017

May 22, 2017

Larry and guest co-host Alex Butwinski’s first guest is Jack Ewing, the author of Faster, Higher, Farther – The Volkswagen Scandal. The second guest is Pat Quigley, General Manager and Partner at Club Lespri, a Park City based property Management Company which will operate the Treasure Mountain Inn. The final guests on the program are Charlie Haer and Jessica Gray from Wasatch Arborists.  

Mountain Money - May 15, 2017

May 15, 2017

On the show today, Larry and Doug speak with Gordon Cummins, Co-owner  of All Resort Group and the  firms vice president about the company filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. The second guests are  Michele Palmer – Director of Sales and Business Development – Destination Services Corporation and   Terry Beckman – Deer Valley – Sales Systems/ Key Accounts manager. Recently Michele and Terry were responsible for bringing 650 people to Park City for a convention. The final guest on the program was Jan Brussel from Pedego Electric Bikes.

Mountain Money - May 8, 2017

May 8, 2017

Today on Mountain Money Larry and Doug speak with Joel Solomon, author of The Clean Money Revolution.  Guest number two is Sara Sergent, owner of Mountain Flower Apparel and Summit Screen Printing. The final guest is Andre Shoumatoff of Park City Demo’s. 

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. 

Mountain Money - April 10, 2017

Apr 10, 2017

Larry and Doug welcome attorney turned entrepreneur, Doug Schulof, author of Dogs, Dog Food and Dogma. The second guest is Utah Representative Kim Coleman talking on the decision of the State Supreme Court to deny the automaker, Tesla, a license to sell cars in Utah. Then Suni  Woolstenhume  dropped by the talk about her store, Oil and Vinegar, located in Kimball Junction. 

On today’s program, Larry and Doug speak with Author Tara-Nichole Nelson about her book, The Transformational Consumer:  Fuel a Life Long Affair with Your Customers by Helping Them Get Healthier, Wealthier, and Wiser. The second guest is Steven Hooker from Cushman & Wakefield Commerce who brings us up to date on the amount  of commercial property available in Park City. The final guest is entrepreneur Blain Farr, founder of WeVyte, an app that makes group planning and messaging easy.   

Mountain Money - March 27, 2017

Mar 27, 2017

Larry and Doug's first guests are Mitchell Burns of Red Ledges and Patrick Melton of South Street Partners.  The two land developers are teaming up to market Red Ledges nationally, using South Street's contacts on the east coast to compliment Red Ledge's contacts on the west coast.  Then Jenna Ordean and Lorin Smaha explain the benefits of cryo-therapy treatments available at their Cryo Lodge.  The last guest is Utah Workforce Services economist Cory Stahle talking about Utah's employment picture.

Mountain Money - March 20,2017

Mar 20, 2017

Alex Butwinski  co-hosts with Larry Warren this morning, first speaking with Professor Thomas Shapiro of Brandeis University, author of the new book “Toxic Inequality—How America’s Wealth Gap Destroys Mobility, Deepens the Racial Divide and Threatens Our Future.”

Then the subject changes to food and drink, with Jim Santangelo, a partner in Trio Restaurants in Salt Lake, who is about to open a third Trio location in the old Ruby Tuesday’s restaurant building near the Tanger Outlets, across from the new Whole Foods location.

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