Justin explains how he can help our aging and retired residents with their "Senior Solutions Program". Whether your moving or down sizing. If you need to do an Estate sale. What about doing your Will? They can help you even find a legal service for that! Moving can be stressful but not when you have a stop shop like Justin and RE/MAX. Also Austin Darby, Justin's insurance agent will be in on the third segment to explain why bundling may not be what you want to do.
Bell & Pollock talk about recovering from injuries from car accidents.
La Vida Massage is new to the Springs and offers an experience that sets it above and apart from the rest.
Crackerjack Mud Jacking's Bart Smith discusses the success of his business, offering his thanks to his customers and a special deal for you.
This week August and his crew looks at what he calls the "Perfect Storm". Now when you think real estate, what would be the perfect storm? Is this perfect storm a good thing? Check this show out!
Jay and his family had the opportunity to branch out and visit Tennessee this last week and of course Jay came back with a new show"A stroll through the Smokey Mountains". Yes he will tell you a little bit about the sites to see, BUT! Jay will do a comparison between Colorado and Tennessee's economy, housing and taxes. Spoiler report, Yes he went to Dollywood!
Thanks to our generous financial donors, Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center provides all services at no/low cost to military, veterans and their families. On today’s show we recognize Dear American Heroes and Wells Fargo for their financial support.
When COVID Can’t Keep Drone Pilots Cooped Up - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Beauty in the Stillness - July 10, 2020
These Springs drone pilots prove that COVID can't keep the human spirit down! Hollywood drone cinematographer Michael-Ryan Fletchal and Pikes Peak Aerial's Scott Randall shot the Springs from above during the height of the lockdown. They were looking for a way to portray these times in a non-apocalyptic light and they found it! Watch Beauty in the Stillness to see the Springs as you've never seen it before. See "Beauty in the Stillness" Here
Government Contracting for Small Business - The Extra: Business Edition with Ted Robertson - Nate Moser - July 10, 2020
Meet Nate Moser and "The Smalls", a non-profit consortium of small government contractors, service providers and manufacturers in Colorado. The Smalls provides opportunities to network, collaborate and grow; hosting in-person and virtual monthly, quarterly and annual events in Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Meetings are open to small and large government contractors, subcontractors, service providers and manufacturers.
- Excerpted from TheSmalls.org
Small Business Week 2020! KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Aikta Marcoulier - July 9, 2020
The SBDC's Aikta Marcoulier shares information and details about this year's Small Business Week event. Billed as one of the biggest in the state and possibly the country, SBW 2020 is all "virtual" this year due to the pandemic. That hasn't dampened enthusiasm and attendance this year could top the previous 18!
A Major Museum Re-Opens! KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - The National Museum of WWII Aviation - July 9, 2020
Communications volunteer, John Henry, offers the good news! The National Museum of WWII Aviation is reopening! Preview the exhibits, buy your tickets and much more at the museum's new website HERE!
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It’s Insurance Claim Season - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Kevin Tebedo - July 9, 2020
It's severe weather season and that could mean damage to your roof. Much has changed in the insurance world including policy limits, exclusions and much more. Western Roofing Specialists Kevin Tebedo is adamant that you check your policy so that you don't wind up with big money out of your pocket!
A Serious Warning About Hand Sanitizer - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Dr. Reagan Anderson - July 8, 2020
Board Certified dermatologist and founder/owner of the Colorado Dermatology Institute, Dr. Regan Anderson, explains a dangerous difference in alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
Creating an Oasis in the Food Desert - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Care and Share - July 8, 2020
Care and Share's CEO, Lynn Telford, delivers the best of news for under-served areas of Southern Colorado. She and her team are creating a new network of oases in what she calls, "food deserts".
Enrollment for Colorado Springs School District 11 is open for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year, although coronavirus concerns and health guidance are still being considered to provide for student and staff safety. On Wednesday's "The Extra", we discussed the adjustments being made and how the district is planning ahead with Superintendent Dr. Michael Thomas and Director of Communications Devra Ashby. More information can be found at d11.org. They're encouraging families to take part in an online survey to offer feedback on health safety issues.
PTSD is Quiet, Painful and Treatable - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Mental Health Moments with Zoe - July 7, 2020
PTSD leaves one hyper-vigilant - always on high alert - and leads to flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety and worse. It's identifiable and treatable. There is hope and refuge. Your monthly Mental Health Moment with Zoe, featuring Zoe Bonack, founder and owner of Neuro Hope Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback.
Council of Neighbors and Organizations' Richard Strasbaugh describes 2020's Neighbor Up Day.
Justin says, "It's time to jump on the band wagon". Instead of whining do something about it! If you want extra income you have to work at it. Justin will step it out for you, and answer all your questions. There is more to life than going to school, getting a job and investing in your 401k. This show will open the doors you need to be successful.
Bell & Pollock talk about your legal game plan regarding neck injuries.
To join the Sponsor a Prison program is to give new hope, purpose and a moral compass to those who are otherwise lost. Recidivism drops to below 12% and families and the community benefit immensely from new leaders who are fully invested.
Pikes Peak Immigration solves the problems of families being able to stay together in the event their immigration status is in question.
Did you know that the game "Pac Man" will help you with your real estate sales and purchases? August Alexander and his crew of professionals will explain how "Pac Man" will help. They will also break down the real estate market and show you what's hot!
Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo falls to COVID - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Mike McCoy - July 2, 2020
President of the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Board, Mike McCoy, explains the extremely difficult decision he and his fellow board members made to cancel this year's event. The rodeo has been in existence since 1937. In all of those years, it was only cancelled once before during WWII. Mike says the rodeo will coming roaring back in 2021 bigger, badder and better than ever!
A project launched in 2017, The Story of Us is an on-line compilation of the stories behind the people and places that make the Springs what its is and who we are. Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum's Hillary Mannion previews the recent add of PFC Floyd Lindstrom, a WWII Medal of Honor recipient and bona fide war hero. You'll love his story!
Summer Camps for Kids and Lots More - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Linda Weise - July 1, 2020
Colorado Springs Conservatory Founder and CEO, Linda Weise, shares the latest on summer camps for kids, on-line lessons, this year's Senior Recital, and doing it all safely! Learn More
The safest way to enjoy the river is to not get in but Coloradans still do. Good Morning Colorado Anchor, Brynn Carmen, takes you into the Arkansas River to train with firefighters in swift water rescues and survival. See the Full Story Here
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You've been cooped up and now you're ready to hit the road. Check your windshield. Can you see through it? Is it cracked and needs replacement? Bill Gohl explains a couple of things when it comes to being safe and understanding the insurance claim process.
A Variance Win for El Paso County - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Mark Waller - June 29, 2929
Chair of the Board of El Paso County Commissioners, Mark Waller, explains what he latest approved variance from the state's "safer at home" guidelines means for business and consumers.
Damaging Weather Hits Care and Share Hard - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Lynn Telford - June 29, 2020
Care and Share's, Lynn Telford, describes the disaster that befell the Care and Share distribution center and shares the "what's next" for her organization, team and the community.
Motion is Lotion! KRDO’s Afteroon News with Ted Robertson - Health and Welleness Day with Tim Bonack - June 29, 2020
With all of the disruption to our routines and work situations, we can wind up sitting too much. As Manual Edge Physiotherapy's, Tim Bonack, offers some tips and advice for overcoming posture and other issues that arise from sitting too much.
Physical Therapy Reinvented - KRDO’s Afternoon News with Ted Robertson - Manual Edge Physiotherapy - June 29, 2020
Physical therapy in this form is not commonly known, but is much more effective. Manual Edge Physiotherapy's founder and owner, Tim Bonack, offers this advice for when you're in chronic pain and the treatment you're in has stalled or isn't working: a second look is essential.
The heart of your home, your kitchen might be ready for an update. Kitchen's by design is ready!
This week is a bonus replay of last weeks Real Estate Report with August Alexander.