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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.

With Mark out today Ken and Doreen hosted the show that started with Remodeler and Designer Laurie March with some staggering statistics when it comes to the impact of uneaten food on the environment.  Then Dr. Julia Haller, with Genetic testing that helps identify gene mutations that may be inherited and cause eye disease.  Jack Vanderhei of the Employee Benefit Research Institute asking the big question of “HOWS YOUR NEST EGG?.  From Homeowners Financial is Joe Capitano for his weekly visit and then Travis Ogden CEO of Isagenix International on being a finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics.

Today Bryan Newman of 101 Referral Network on the upcoming Health and Wealth Expo.  Then Pam Smith with the Public Library Association regarding Money Smart Week.  No winner yet for Stump the Chumps with featured restaurant Bitters.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Drs., Dean and Avesha Sherzai helping to fight Alzheimer’s in AZ.  In the Biz of Sports was Son of Arizona Charity spokesman Grant McKenzie Jr.

Doreen filled in again for Mark and the first guest for Ken was workplace expert Eric Termuende who tried out his impersonation of Mark.  He was there addressing April as being Stress Awareness Month.  Then Sebastian Porchini at FirstBank talked about a new way for AZ families to buy homes with as little as $1000.00 down.  Then Jennifer Lutjen talked about the American Cancer Society’s big fundraiser Picnic Under The Stars.  James Tidwell filled in for Mark during the Stump the Chumps contest and between him and Ken managed to pull out the right answer and the winner had to answer the second question correctly.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was TechThinq Spokeswoman Carine Dieude.  Finally Rich Morgan of Touch Mechanical Services stopped by to discuss his business and that he’s a finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics.

Today Mark has the day off and Ken and Doreen had 5 different interviews to choose from.  First was Kiplinger staff writer, Kaitlin Pitsker about breaking up with Facebook and deleting your account.  Then Rachel Bryant ASDA Community Service Rep., for Free Dental Day for Kids at Midwestern University this weekend.  Deborah A.P. Hersman from the National Safety Council with their goal of zero fatalities on roadways in America by 2050.  Dr. Bela Sood warned about mental illness in teens, tweens, and Children and how to “know the signs.”  Beth Rohlfs, Owner of VOX Landscaping and Construction visited the studio to discuss her business and her nomination for a BBB Torch Award for Ethics.

Today JK Kahl from The Thirsty Lion talked about all of their great menu items since they are also the Stump the Chumps restaurant of the week.  Radhika Fox from the Value of Water campaign all about this week which is Water Week.  Lisa Lund stopped by from Lund Mortgage and then Dr. Tania Miedico for National Health Care Decision Week.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Dan Salter, owner of Dignity Memorial and finally, Greg Hague joined the show talking about his decades in the business.

Today’s show included Matt Schulz from creditcards.com regarding gas credit cards.  Dr. Alonso Plough, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, about the 2018 Preparedness Index that measures each state’s readiness to deal with an emergency.  Kevin Brothern of DJO Global with a new product a smart knee brace.  Mark Galvin of mymedicalshopper.com that helps people shop for medical coverage.  Homeowners Financial Group’s Joe Capitano talked about mortgages and Jennifer and Rob Lamb of An Estate In Time which is a company up for a Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics.

Today on B4B, Tina Brown for the Women Against MS luncheon this Tuesday at the AZ Biltmore.  John Gray, Candidate for LLS Man of the Year award and all of his fundraising for this worthy cause.  Consumer Reports, Dan Wroclawski offered 6 smart home upgrades to help sell a home.  Next Ken and Mark played Stump the Chumps for a $50 dollar gift card to Thirsty Lion and there was no winner.  That means $100 is on the line for Wednesday’s game.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight was Dave Burns, owner Burns Pest Elimination on their 35 Anniversary Celebration.  Wrapping up the show Fred Morgan came by to talk about a special going on for Tax Day Tuesday and $4.17 pizzas at all Fired Pies.

Ken and Mark had a total of five different guests today with half of them in the studio and also gave away the final $50 gift card to Tommy’s Place during the Stump the Chumps contest.  Institutional Investor LLC, Sam Knox talked about finance leaders survey that finds worldwide optimism about expansion and hiring.  Founder of BusyKid app, Gregg Murset, how local schools and business partner on app to teach kids personal finance.  Then E.A.R.N. David Hooser on giving to his non-profit during tax time.  In the Biz Leaders Spotlight today was Hartley Rodie, owner of The Churchill and finally Audrey Monell of Forrest Anderson Plumbing & Air Conditioning which is a finalist in the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics.