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Pensacola Business Radio: Tony Pasko and the DUCK DYNASTY, Waffle Horse and the Imogene Theatre

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If you like your rock-n-roll scattered, smothered, covered and chunked, come out for a one night only live show featuring super group, WH, composed of renowned slide guitarist, Tony Pasko, acclaimed music writer for A&E’s hit reality show Duck Dynasty, and former members of unacclaimed band, Urethra Franklin, Geoff Nagel and Charlie Wiggins. Also featuring special guests Ryan Price and Trish Mlynarczyk sitting in. ALL AGES SHOW! $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

Pensacola Business Radio: Spotlight on Invictus Knowledge Institute (IKI)

Vickie Patterson

A proven senior leader with 21 years of experience in product and project management, business development, sales, delivery and implementation of hardware, software and data center products and services with an emphasis in the area of high performance computing (HPC).

Known and respected for business, technical and people skills with the depth, breadth and insight required to identify and develop successful product portfolios and develop influential customer and business partner relationships across industries and the world. Demonstrated ability to develop and execute long-term strategies as well as focus on tactical execution which consistently exceeds business objectives.

PMP Certified, with strong academic background that includes a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Texas A&M, and Masters Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University.

Additionally, Vickie has started a non-profit organization called Invictus Knowledge Institute specializing in technology bootcamps and innovative research and development projects.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Product Management — Business Development — Relationship Management — Opportunity Identification — Sales Execution — Competitive Analysis — Product Management & Development — Software and Hardware Development Project Management — P&L Management – Budget/ Financial System Development and Management – Proposals – Negotiations – Contract Development –Product Requirements – Customer Delivery and Implementation – SEI Capability Maturity Model Application – Change & Risk Management – Compliance & SLA Management – Transformation Management – Agile Development – Customer Support Management – Services Delivery – Vendor Management – Business Case Planning – Market Analysis – Financial System Management – Cloud – Business Analytics – HPC

 

David Costales

Information Assurance officer for Booz Allen Hamilton

TECHSOFT, Inc.

Regis University

Director of Technology Education for

Invictus Knowledge Institute (IKI)

(850) 485-2925

dcostales@invictuski.com

Pensacola Business Radio: FoodieLife Series-Pub Crawl Recap, Pensacola Beach Florida

Pensacola Beach Chamber, Flounders and Crabs we Got Em

“Go Irish on the Island” St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl – (March 17, 2017):

Go Irish on the Island at the annual St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl — Friday, March 17 on Pensacola Beach. The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce sponsors the pub crawl which features 10 participating beach bars, restaurants and hotels serving up Irish drink specials, music and mischief.

The fun begins at 10:30 a.m. at Crabs We Got ‘Em on Pensacola Beach.  Revelers can jump in and join the fun mid-day at any of the locations and times listed below.
While it’s a celebration of Irish culture and traditions, the St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl is also a benefit for Covenant Care. The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce donates proceeds from the sale of pub crawl t-shirts to the organization. The t-shirts are $12 each and available at each of the stops and the Visitor Information Center on Pensacola Beach.

Pensacola Business Radio: Kati Galli, Interviews Entrepreneur and Strategic Sensei Keith Hoffert and gets the digs on just how far this rabbit hole goes!

 

 

Hoffert is a leader in the business community in Pensacola with Catalyst Group, International. Amplifying the voice of business and creating his legacy. Currently working on the his Core brand, FoodieLife, Grub On TV, public speaking events, radio, streaming television shows and BRX Studios-Pensacola. Delivering experiential media, events, branding and revenue generation. Working directly with local clients, sales managers, sales consultants, marketing, research, sales services and other branding related entities across the South East United States and London, England. Working with multiple formats of media across all types of industry and commerce. Keith’s clients and customers are successful with his integration of a digital media product portfolio into their integrated marketing campaigns to ensure maximum ROI, branding, business and legacy success. Serving a wide variety of client types (tech, startups, events,automotive, airport, tourism, food & beverage, governmental) with account management needs, project planning, strategy development and implementation, sponsorship development, technology and new media objectives, photography services and video production services.
Hoffert’s recognized talents acquired through his degrees in culinary arts, economics and social science put him on an incredible platform as one of Tallahassee’s young executive chefs and entrepreneurs. At the young age of 19 years old Chef Hoffert was a sought after chef and strategic sensei, serving celebrities, athletes, governors and international dignitaries. The establishments he has worked with have helped set the par for 5 star cuisines and brand execution in the areas of wine, food & gourmet markets. Today restaurateurs, food to go markets, specialty wine shops & catering facilities are succeeding on the plateau that Chef Hoffert created. Now Hoffert is successfully applying his strategies and tactical executions to multifaceted world of Business and Entrepreneurs.

 

 

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Pensacola Business Radio: Talking Influencers and Growth Hacking with Pavan Belagatti

Pavan Belagatti
One of the youngest growth hackers from India and a marketing influencer. He writes about marketing and growth hacking related topics, helps companies maximize their traffic and reach. Also a contributor on some of the top notch websites around the world like TheNextWeb, Influencive, ThriveGlobal, Tech in Asia, Linux Foundation, etc.
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Pensacola Business Radio: Cancer Treatment Centers of America- Diet to Fight Cancer

A Diet to Fight Cancer

America’s third president knew something about vegetables that science confirms more than 200 years later. Jefferson’s example of using meat as a decoration for vegetables could fight cancer, as well as, make a beautiful dinner table. The nutrients in plant-based food give the body a defense that may help prevent certain cancers.

 

Let’s take a closer look at a few of the most effective cancer fighting foods

Folate-Rich Foods
Nutrition labels show how much folate a product contains, and you need to know where you can find about 400 micrograms every day. A control group of male smokers reduced the risk of pancreatic cancer in half by eating folate-rich food. You can find folate here:
• orange juice
• cereal
• bread
• pasta
• spinach or romaine salad
• dried beans or peas
• peanuts
• asparagus
• Brussels sprouts

Vitamin D
Teeth and bones need vitamin D for strength, but researchers find that it can curtail the growth of lung and breast cancer cells as well. Scientists consider the intake of 400 international units (IU) as too low, replacing it with a requirement of 1000 units for both sexes. You can find vitamin D here:
• milk
• cod
• shrimp
• Chinook salmon
• eggs
• up to 5,000 IU from 10 minutes in the sun

Tea
A refreshing cup of tea can do much more than providing a relaxing interlude. Kaempferol, an antioxidant flavonoid, affects cancer as well. A study of 66,000 women showed protection against ovarian cancer for those who drank four cups of tea per day. Another study showed that flavonoid consumption lowered the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women by 46 percent. You can find flavonoids here:
• iced tea
• hot tea

Cruciferous Vegetables
Plants in the cabbage family have a lot in common: a distinctive aroma, rich flavor and the ability to defend against cancer. Their crispness invites you to munch on them and release cancer-killing substances. Recent studies show promising results against colon and prostate cancer. You can find the properties in these:
• kale
• turnip greens
• cabbage
• cauliflower
• broccoli
• Brussels sprouts
• stir-fry

Curcumin
Protective effects of curcumin may combat gastrointestinal and bladder cancers by fighting inflammation, a common factor among cancers. Recent studies show that the spice can interrupt the cell-signaling pathways and help deter invasion by cancerous cells. Curcumin constitutes up to 6 percent of turmeric, a spice that has a pungent flavor and scents of ginger or orange. You can sprinkle a little turmeric powder to taste on these:
• roasted vegetables and chicken
• rice
• scrambled eggs or frittatas
• greens
• soups
• smoothies

Ginger
A spice that can quell nausea, ginger may help fight cancer as well. Researchers find that it seems to kill cancer cells in two ways, but the spice’s promise needs proof in animal and human trials. Focusing on its effect on ovarian cancer, researchers hope that women do not develop a resistance to it as many do to chemotherapy drugs. You can sip ginger ale or use the spice on these dishes:
• soups
• zesty sauces
• marinades
• fish
• stir-fry
• baking

 

Understanding the Cancer Treatment Center Difference


With a philosophy that regards each cancer as a unique condition, the five Cancer Treatment Centers of America commit to providing truly personalized care. Our cancer experts devote their full attention to treating cancer and nothing else, focusing on every aspect of the disease, including prevention. We use a collaborative approach to treating the complexities of cancer, incorporating the latest innovative options, state-of-the-art technologies, and our patients diet.

By incorporating conventional surgery, chemotherapy and immunotherapy with evidence-based therapies, including diet based prevention, we offer patients aggressive treatment regimens and support for cancer-related side effects. Our dedication to treating cancer shows in the quality of our services and the commitment of our dedicated experts.

 

Pensacola Business Radio: The Architecture of things with Dalrymple Sallis Architecture Founders Dean and Scott

Dean Dalrymple and Scott Sallis

What We Do


Design and Develop

Using the latest in architectural software, we can deliver accurate, 3D schematics of your vision that are quickly and easily shared over the Internet. We are now working with the latest BIM (Building Information Modeling) Software and are utilizing Autodesk Revit Software for all our projects. Our firm no longer employs draftsmen. We have a team of modelers creating our work in 3 Dimensions.

Achieve High-End Results

Our team works side by side with clients to ensure their ideas become reality. We help with all aspects of the building process, from generating design concepts, to representing your goals to contractors. We provide clear construction documents to help your contractor understand your requirements.


Uphold Budgets

We continually reinforce to our clients that all things are possible in the construction industry. Thus, client budgets and input from contractors are a vital part of our architectural or interior design process.

We encourage our clients to allow us to work closely with General Contractors to determine overall cost estimates for materials, labor, and services rendered by all parties. Their feedback helps produce a project budget, which is vital in determining an accurate scope of work.

Your budget is continually referenced as a critical tool as the project proceeds. Our team maintains regular communication with clients and contractors to ensure the budgeted parameters are followed, both financially and on time.

Strive for Energy Efficiency

Our industry is changing. Reducing power consumption is now one of the top (3) concerns in the design process of any building. Dalrymple | Sallis Architecture is committed to implementing innovative materials and methods that insure continue to improve the energy efficiency of our buildings.

Mr. Dalrymple’s past work with the National Park Service is a key example or our experience with construction management and “green” building practices.

Pensacola Business Radio: Santa Rosa Military Appreciation Day and Chasing Fame the Web Series

Donna Tucker / SRC Chamber
Marianne Del Gallego & Sharon Posey – Chasing Fame the Web Series

 

 
When:  5/19/2017 3:00:00 PM
3-7 p.m.
Contact:  SRC Chamber of Commerce: (850) 623-2339
Email:  Click here to email.

 

 

 

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CHASING FAME- THE WEB SERIES

 

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Pensacola Business Radio: Perdido Key 8th Annual Wine and Art Festival

8th Annual Perdido Key Wine & Art Festival

Date: April 21, 2017April 23, 2017

Event Description:

8th Annual Perdido Key Wine & Art Festival

Friday, April 21 — 6:30-9 PM

Saturday, April 22 — 6:30-9 PM
Sunday, April 23 — 11 AM-1 PM

Pay for tickets by clicking REGISTER NOW above.

Friday, April 21 & Saturday, April 22

On both Friday and Saturday nights, April 21st and 22nd, from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm, we are bringing back the ever-popular “Taste of Perdido” for those wishing to enjoy a signature dish from local restaurants paired with an ideal wine. This classic Perdido event has sold out the past few years so by popular demand, a second night has been added. A handful of local local restaurants and chefs will be featured, as well as three outstanding artists and a different musician each night.

*PRE-SALE ONLY

*A VIP Art Viewing will begin at 6:30 pm. All guests arriving between 6:30 and 7:00 pm will receive a complimentary glass of Champagne while they shop.

Sunday, April 23

A new addition to this year’s festival is the Sunday Brunch Champagne Tasting.  On Sunday, April 23rd from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, guests will be able to purchase $25 tickets which enable them to sample three Champagnes paired with three brunch favorites like Crepes, Beignets and French Toast.

*TICKETS AVAILABLE: PRE-SALE & DAY-OF

All Wines From All Three Days Will Be Available For Purchase Friday Through Sunday.

  • Event Sponsors:
  • The Meridian
  • Perdido Realty
  • ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals
  • Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Greer's Cash Saver #6
  • Perdido Pack & Ship LLC
  • Gulf Coast Panama Jack
Location:
Villagio Town Centre
13700 Perdido Key Drive
Pensacola, FL 32507
Date/Time Information:

Friday, April 21 — 6:30-9 pm
Saturday, April 22 — 6:30-9 pm
Sunday, April 23 — 11 am-1 pm

Fees/Admission:
Friday & Saturday: $50/person
Sunday: $25/person
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