Mike chats with Matt Barto, General Manager of Bowman’s Home & Garden about summer gardening tips and events going on at Bowman’s.
Walk in the footsteps of Socrates on the Acropolis and examine artifacts of Athens’ Golden Age at the outstanding Acropolis Museum, sail through the scenic Corinth canal, and enjoy the insights of the local guest speaker on the contemporary Greek economic and social scene.
Mike chats with Denise Beaver, Deputy Director of Carroll County Economic Development, and Mark Ripper, Chief Information Officer, about the new $200K Carroll County Broadband Grant Program.
Mike chats with Tom Mazerski, the new Director of Miller, Resources for Entrepreneurs.
Mike Chats with Steve Lowe, owner of 127 Creative, about the upcoming Carroll Biz Challenge. The deadline to enter is May 31st! Apply to get loads of publicity, make great connections, and compete to win over $5,000 to make your business dream to true!
This episode of Chamber Chat showcases our 2nd Annual Public Safety Awards on May 17th at 8:00am at Martin’s Westminster. REGISTER HERE. In the show Mike chats with Lisa Degitz, Practice Manager of Carroll Occupational Health, as she is the main force coordinating this event, as well as a member of our Board of Directors.
Mike continues his conversation with Bob Coffey, founder and owner of Coffey Music in Downtown Westminster. The two spend a lot of time talking about Westminster’s Flower and Jazz Festival on Saturday, May 12th.
Mike chats with Westminster Main Street legend, Bob Coffey, founder and owner of Coffey Music in Downtown Westminster. The two spoke about what’s going on at Coffey Music and Bob shared some personal tips to be a successful entrepreneur! This is the first of a two part show!
Mike chats with Shannin Sheasby, Development Events Manager of Montessori School of Westminster, to discuss their upcoming 5K on May 5th. Shannin even quizzes me on Superhero Trivia!
Mike chats with Ken Wright, owner and founder of Towne Pride Interiors in Hampstead. He is celebrating 50 very successful years as a local Carroll business which is something to be both admired and celebrated!