Larry and Doug first talk to Jonathan Johnson, Executive Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Overstock.com., among the top five most visited mass merchandiser websites. David Wintzer and Todd Francis, founders of WEDO, offering gluten alternative "banana flour". WEDO has just days to raise $30,000 on Kickstarter, an online funding platform. Finally, Hilary Rieter, founder of the 7K Society, bringing together career-oriented Parkites for casual social and professional networking.
Larry Warren and Doug Wells open with a conversation with Winthrop Smith Jr., author of "Catching Lightening in A Bottle: How Merrill Lynch Revolutionized the Financial World". Then, in the studio is Matt Greene, Manager of Rock & Reilly's, themed as a prohibition-era speakeasy, located on Main Street. The Wasatch Tea Company is now open in Snow Creek. Guest, Marci Gorsch has completed several levels of tea training and is in to talk about their high quality loose-leaf organic teas.
Mountain Money hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Denise Brosseau on their show to talk about leadership and her book Ready To Be A Thought Leader? They then continue with a local thought leader and filmmaker Patrick Lovell, who recently finished his film Forward 13: Waking up the American Dream, adding his personal perspective on the mortgage crisis. Finally, Plans to redevelop the Bonanza Park district in Park City are on track with the unveiling of The Boneyard Saloon and co-owner Jesse Shetler is in to give us an inside look at the new bar.
Larry and Doug talk to producer, Dan Cogan, from Impact Partners. Their goal is to bring together film makers and film investors. Then, Women In Film President, Cathy Schulman. Women In Film's purpose is to empower, promote and mentor women in film. Finally, Jill Orschel, award winning film maker and Sundance Alumnus, who now lives in Park City.
Today's first guest is Katherine Bell, Editor of the Harvard Review Blog Network and author of "The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013". The next guest is Patty Harte, managing director of Institutional Services for TIAA-CREF, a leading financial services provider. Finally, Kreg Van Stralen, owner of Park City Broiler.
The first guest in the studio is Matt Slonaker, Executive Director for Utah Health Policy Project. UHPP is a non profit organization, whose vision is for an efficient and timely manner with sustainable financing. Then, Mark Blocker, Managing Partner of National Affinity Services. Mark has been advising small businesses about what to do with their health insurance. Finally, Bill Brunson, Media Relations Officer for the IRS, warning us about the sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers.
Today's show starts with guest, Jacki Zehner, President of The Jacquelyn and Gregory Zehner Foundation and CEO of Women Moving Millions, who dedicates her resources towards the advancement of women and girls. Then Sonia Thomas, President and Founder of Olanova, sustainable fashion with a purpose, by helping women in need become self-reliant. Finally, Linda Wells, entrepreneur and venture capitalist at Tugboat Ventures.
In the first half of the show, Devin Thorpe, President of Mountain West Capitol Network is in the studio, while Kurt Gentry, Vice President of Digital Area Radiate Media is on the phone. Every year Mountain West recognized Radiate Media as Utah's number one fastest growing business. In the second half, Ido Leffler, co-author of "Get Big Fast and Do More Good: Start Your Business, Make It Huge and Change the World".
On today's program, Jane Clark, editor from "Kiplinger Reports", talks about "The Family Money Talk You Must Have: Your adult kids should know about your finances-and what they can expect". Next, in the studio, Marti Wymer, owner of A Spoonful of Comfort", who ship comfort food products. Finally, Brad Casper, owner of Dr. Phone Fix. This is a one stop shop in Park City for cell phone repairs.