Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Back On TV--Talking About The UPS Store On KING 5's New Day Northwest

We had to shorten our segment but this is how it turned out.  It's our first time on the show since early 2014.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Mike And Deb On New Day Northwest

After a brief hiatus, Deb and I will be on New Day Northwest  (Wednesday, October 7 at 11:00), on KING 5 in Seattle.  Should you read this, and this has already happened, don't worry, we will once again post a video of the segment here on the blog.  As always, we will represent The UPS Store, this time the topic will be small business solutions. Margaret Larson is the host of New Day Northwest.

Monday, October 05, 2015

Go Hawks!

Seahawks face Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Radio Personality T-Man Seeks Office

Rob Tepper, known in the area as the former bombastic radio voice T-Man of KUBE-FM is running for school board according to the SeaTac Media Blog.   Tepper is seeking an open seat on for position 2 in the Lake Washington School District which encompasses Kirkland and Redmond.  According to Tepper's web site, he says he wants "the best and safest learning environment possible...."
Tepper goes on to say he is from a family of educators and that he has gone to every school board meeting over the past year.

Friday, October 02, 2015

Remembering Roseburg Oregon

Our hearts go out to the Roseburg, after 10 students were killed and several others injured at Umpquah Community College.

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Mariners Hire Dipoto

The Seattle Mariners are hoping that the hiring of Jerry Dipoto to be it's General Manager will set the team on a course toward winning baseball.  Dipoto, a former Major League pitcher, was previously the GM of the Los Angeles Angels.  He spent 3 years with the team until a power struggle with field manager Mike Scioscia  and owner Arte Moreno led to his resignation from the post.
Dipoto is considered an expert at baseball analytics, the ability to look beyond tradition personal statistics in helping to create a winning program.