The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Monday, December 3, 2012
Listen to Hour 1: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/120312/12-3a.mp3] Listen to Hour 2: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/120312/12-3b.mp3]
A2Y Regional Chamber of Commerce: Marketing Your Business – Rachelle Smith, Principal, Positive Creative Infusion Consulting – Rachelle Smith shows business owners how to market and sell themselves and their companies with consistency, clarity, and confidence.
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Business Ethos – Lots of Debt, No Degree: Dr. David Mielke, Retired Dean of the College of Business at EMU – For the last year the student loan market has been run by the U.S. government. President Obama is encouraging “easy to get loans”, but half of these students will never achieve a degree. Are we just saddling students with massive debt that will be impossible to pay back? Read more about this on Dr. Mielke’s blog here, and listen to our conversation at the link below.
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Milan Area Chamber of Commerce: Old-Fashioned Fare – Richard Lemerand, Owner, Back in the Day Catering – This family-owned business started two years ago and has seen steady growth. You’ll get a chance to try Back in the Day’s food at the upcoming Chamber Breakfast, which is open to all. Visit www.milanchamber.org for the details. A number of community members will be saluted at the event as well.
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Think Local First: Winter Produce – Ingrid Ault, Executive Director, Think Local First; Nancy Crisp, Market Manager, Saline Farmers Market – Since it first began in 2000, the Saline Farmers Market continues to expand straight through the seasons.
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