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Business for Breakfast

Business for Breakfast is fresh, fun, and guaranteed to start your business day the right way! Ken Morgan and Mark Asher host the Phoenix radio version of the show, and Francoise Rhodes hosts in Palm Springs, California. We take the best of Business for Breakfast interviews each week and pack them into this dynamic show. Tune in each week to hear intriguing interviews with business and market news makers.

Today on B4B there were 6 guests on the program including a Veternarian talking about a new startup that’s aim is to erase the $16 Billion dollar Vet burden.  Author Zach Hall was on the show with his new book titled, “Don’t Sleep on Planes.”

Today Ken and Mark talked with the owner/operator of Dickey’s BBQ at Raintree and the 101 and then gave away $100 in gift cards to one lucky contestant in this week’s Stump the Chumps contest.

Also Secretary of State, Michelle Reagan, talked about voting registration numbers increasing across the board in AZ.

Live from Scramble in Scottsdale, Mark and Ken, talked with the CEO of AZ Trucking Association, Tony Bradley, about sharing the roadway with big rigs.  They also gave away 25 free breakfasts to the first 25 people to come in this morning and join them at Scramble for the live remote broadcast.

Ken and Mark want their listeners to join them tomorrow (Tuesday) at Scramble restaurant for a live broadcast.  The first 25 through the door enjoy a free breakfast.

On today’s show, Greg McBride, from bankrate.com talked about the longtime investment of real estate and a recent investment survey.

Ken and Mark had three giveaways today including tickets to see a Comedy tour and a gift certificate to Casa Anejo on this Friday morning.  They also got a sneak peek at the latest edition of the Congressional Pig Book from the Citizens Against Government Waste, (CAGW).

Today one lucky winner walked away with a pair of tickets to the Dry Heat Comedy All-Stars this Saturday night at Celebrity Theater featuring Elayne Boosler.  The Takata airbag recalls was another hot topic with Stephen Ridella, Director of the Office of Defects Investigation of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

On this show, Ken and Mark, learned that it’s not such a bad thing to be a procrastinator.  Clinical Psychologist Dr. Mary Lamia explained why it’s not such a bad thing to procrastinate.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight today was Colleen Crommett, owner of FSBOTech.

The guys also gave away another $50 dollar gift card to Casa Anejo.

Listen in on Thursday for a very special giveaway for tickets to see Elaine Boosler in the Dry Heat Comedy All-Star tour this Saturday at Celebrity Theater.