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Email – Deep Dive #1: Creative Email Features

Although all email clients will let you create, view and reply to emails…there are some exciting features that newer apps are beginning to implement that you might want to give a try. In this deep-dive episode, the Brothers discuss some of the common problems/issues that we have with traditional email, and some of the new features that are working to solve them.

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Dusty Slay and Stryper’s Michael Sweet Are Zoomin’ In

The studio’s empty as Jon’s doing the self-quarantine thing… so this week’s episode is all about the guests! Jon welcomes his comedian buddy Dusty Slay into the show to talk about fireworks, drive-in comedy, Charlie Daniels, An Officer and a Gentleman, seeing “boobs in the wild”, and vacuuming up frogs. Then Jon meets Michael Sweet, lead singer and co-founder of the Christian metal band Stryper, to discuss the band’s history, where the stripes came from, and performing during a pandemic. This episode will have you saying “To Hell With the Devil” followed by “We’re Having A Good Time.”

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49 Winchester

Andrew Moose welcomes Chase Chafin from 49 Winchester to I’m With the Band. 49 Winchester a country-rock outfit based out of Castlewood, VA that tour extensively across the US playing venues and festivals.

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Michael Neff, Gears Sports

Host Allen Burton welcomes Michael Neff of Gears Sports to the podcast. Gears is a full-body optical motion tracking system designed to measure and analyze every aspect of sport-specific skills, in full 3D, executed in a game-like scenario. Allen and Michael discuss Gears and why it makes an impact in the game of golf.

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Email

Email. You may love it…you may hate it…but you almost certainly have to use it. In the first episode of their new topic, the Brothers discuss the pros, cons, and future of the popular communication medium.

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Jim Norton, Russian Pen Pals and Fish Tank Swimming

Sebastian and Jon talk about the first-ever Country-ish Telethon, performing with Bert Kreischer at a drive-in theater, becoming an award-winning podcast, and the growing podcast numbers in Norway.

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4th of July Spectacular

Chad and Hank are back for another jam-packed podcast. In this episode.. Kool Park “Tower” shenanigans, Best Boiled Peanut Spots in NC, Hank’s Jordan purchase, mask fashion, and Chad’s golf course current streak. Segments abound with Big Fan Feud!, Hank’s Hierarchy, and Chad’s Conundrum.

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You Should Have Left Shirley

You’ve made it through all the episodes of Tiger King and watched all the movies that HBO has to offer. Looking for something else to watch? Alan & Chris review two new arrivals “You Should Have Left” and “Shirley” that might be right up your alley. If they’re not in your cinematic wheelhouse they each offer a recommendation of an older film that can be easily watched on an online service. Gazing into their crystal ball of movie news the hosts also discuss three upcoming films that sound promising in their “Sounds Like It Could Be Good?” segment.

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Be Nice and Wear a Mask!

Are you struggling for entertainment updates these days? Quarantine television got you down? ChickChat to the rescue! Janette leads off with some shocking news out of Big Brother fan-dom and the gang discusses the potential demise of Vanderpump Rules. Plus, some tips on things you can do to keep yourself occupied while you stay 6 feet away from people. Lastly, do you realize just how difficult it can be to play off each other when doing a remote podcast with no video? The girls try to wrap up the show and learn the hard way.

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Thomas Stith III, North Carolina SBA District Director

How is the Small Business Administration helping businesses manage their way through the pandemic and challenging economy?  Hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller are joined on his month’s Entrepreneur Exchange by North Carolina SBA District Director Thomas Stith III, who provides information on SBA assistance, including the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and how businesses and the forgiveness elements which has made this program so attractive to businesses.  Director Stith also covers Economic Injury Disaster Loans available through the SBA, and how they can be used to support business.  Plus hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller share their small businesses of the month, including a local market and an alternative to toilet paper.  It’s all here on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange!

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