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My Patriot Supply - Keith
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Interview with Keith Bansemer of My Patriot Supply

Keith Bansemer is the VP of the company My Patriot Supply. Now he is a successful marketing representative with over twenty years of marketing experience and eCommerce experience. Before he worked as a marketing VP, Keith Bansemer spent over ten years as a radio host. With decades worth of knowledge and experience he knows how… Keep Reading

Luigi Wewege
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Interview with Entrepreneur Luigi Wewege

Entrepreneur Luigi Wewege is the Chief Executive Officer of Vivier & Co, a boutique financial services firm offering a complete banking to its private clients worldwide. Other roles include being an Instructor at the first online FinTech School, serving as the Principal Partner of Palmetto Global Ventures, a bespoke financial management consultancy, and is an… Keep Reading

Car Mechanic
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6 Tools that DIY Car Mechanics Need in their Arsenal

Many people wisely refrain from using the term DIY (“do it yourself”) and car mechanic in the same sentence; that is unless that sentence is: I hereby pledge that I will never become a DIY car mechanic since I value my safety, sanity, and budget. However, there are some people who truly are cut out… Keep Reading

market research
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Marketing Strategies You Can Actually Rely On

The advertising sector is a billion dollar industry and does not appear as though it will be running out of business anytime soon. The reason behind this is simple: people are willing to spend a lot of money on marketing because they know it works. Of course, not all marketing tactics are created equal. Some… Keep Reading

wedding caterer
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Need a Wedding Caterer? Here’s How to Get One

On the very top of your wedding to-do list is finding someone to handle the food and the drink. After all, you are going to have a horde of starving guests to tend to. Also, as many people will tell you, the food is often one of the highlights of your nuptials. This is why… Keep Reading

keyboard
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7 Ways To Improve Performance Of Your Windows PC

Slow laptop or PC is a common problem. Some people lose their temper quickly over this issue. Sometimes you feel like your computer is the one thing that is messing with your life. You just feel that you should change that machine. But before you go out and buy another one, there is a lot… Keep Reading

Rusty Tweed
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Interview with investment expert Rusty Tweed

In the more than 25 years since founding Tweed Financial Services, Inc., Rusty Tweed has helped countless clients use informed investment strategies to achieve financial independence and long-term prosperity. Rusty, who continues to serve as the president of Tweed Financial Services, offers clients the unique perspective of third-generation financial services professional while also providing the… Keep Reading

Karl Jobst
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Interview with Dr. Karl Jobst

Dr. Karl R. Jobst DDS, FICOL, FAGD is the proprietor of the hugely successful Grand Lake Dental based in the small town of Grove, Oklahoma. Grand Lake Dental is today a thriving dental practice that offers non-invasive dental treatment procedures using state-of-the-art equipment. The areas of treatment include orthodontics, oral maxillofacial surgery, restorations and cosmetic… Keep Reading

John Jesensky
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Interview with composer and conductor John Jesensky

John Jesensky is a composer and conductor whose short scores have been featured and won awards at the Phoenix Film Festival, the La Gona Film Festival, the Bare Bones Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival. Most recently he has had works chosen to be featured at the Newport Beach Film Festival, the L.A. Film… Keep Reading

Marlon Kobacker
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Interview With Sustainability Expert Marlon Kobacker

Freelance sustainability advisor Marlon Kobacker was the first student to graduate from the world’s first photovoltaic engineering program. Since then he has devoted his professional work to green building and sustainable development. Kobacker holds several degrees in environmental fields and uses his expertise to advise and lead the industry in life-cycle assessment, carbon footprinting, and… Keep Reading

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