Each Friday, Business Unconventional invites guests into the 710 KNUS studios to record interviews to be aired on upcoming shows.
We attract an eclectic group of successful business owners and entrepreneurs. In recent weeks we have been joined by a private detective, a Lutheran pastor, the inventor of a no-pedal toddlers' bike, and a famed rock concert promoter, among many others.
In keeping with the unconventional theme of our program, co-hosts David Biondo and Dean Rotbart are always thinking up ways to surprise listeners and keep the show fresh, entertaining - and most importantly - informative.
Our in-studio guests today, January 13th, most certainly qualified.
Joining us from Craters & Freighters were Diane Gibson and Brad Barenberg. Gibson is the founder and CEO of the nationwide crating and shipping company, based right here in Golden, CO. She started the company back in June 1990 and now has almost 70 franchises nationwide.
Barenberg is vice president of National Account Sales for Craters & Freighters. He's been with the company for a decade, but has worked in the transportation industry for 27 years.
While some of our KNUS colleagues accuse us of puttering around the studio all the time - today they were 100% correct. Also joining Biondo and Rotbart in the studio were Dustin Mahoney and Jerry Walters of Greenwood Village's awesome PGA Tour Superstore. Mahoney is general manager of the 50,000-square-foot emporium, located at 9451 East Arapahoe Road, next to the Home Depot.
Mahoney, a rising retail star, and Walters, a well-known golf maven and host of his own golf radio program, brought along some popular items from their inventory, include their most popular putter, which Biondo immediately seized upon. They also brought a custom PGA Tour Superstore golf bag and a pair of popular llama-skin golf shoes.
Later in the taping, Biondo called Rotbart a Neanderthal. Rotbart replied that Biondo is a caveman. What nice compliments!
You see, the two co-hosts were simply talking about the new website owned and operated by Rich Carr, a regular B. Unconventional contributor. Carr is the brainchild behind itsPaleo.com, a one-stop, best-of-the-best website for people interested in the Paleo, Primal and Caveman lifestyle movements.
As always the topics discussed on B. Unconventional illustrate how business owners in a wide variety of industries and service groups face and meet many of the same challenges of competing successfully in today's business world.
But our topics also appeal to listeners as consumers who need expert crating and shipping; golf accessories and instruction; and the health and lifestyle improvements that so many people realize when they embrace the Paleo Lifestyle Design.
The Business Unconventional segments that feature Gibson, Barenberg, Mahoney, Walters, Carr and B. Unconventional's regular contributors - including Homer Hudson Hillis, Jr., Ellen Rohr and Bruce DeBoskey - will air in the coming weeks on our program.
Be sure to tune in each Sunday at 8 a.m. Mountain Time to 710 KNUS AM radio in Denver to catch all of our segments. The program is also available Sunday mornings as a live audio feed from www.710KNUS.com.