WCVG 1320 AM 9/27/2021 Noon

Our guest today is David S. Cochran is an exciting young, new author with books that are rapidly rising in popularity! His work has been talked about and seen on major news networks, including Good Day LA and WGN Chicago! When he is not writing, David works as an EMT in Philadelphia, which is why a portion of every BTM book sold will be donated to the Firefighters and EMS Foundation to support First Responders with medical needs.

Behind the Mask allows readers to experience the unfiltered, horrific scenarios EMTs and Medics are facing while manning the frontlines during a pandemic. After being sent into the epicenter of the United States twice during this outbreak and working directly alongside FEMA, David shares stories not experienced by many. So follow along with this easy read as he takes you into his journey through the pandemic and shares the unimaginable struggles he and his fellow EMS personnel have been dealing with. A portion of every book sold will be donated to an EMS foundation in an effort to help provide much needed support to First Responders facing these challenging times.

 

WVRF Radio Philadelphia 11:15 AM 9/27/2021

Our guest today is David S. Cochran is an exciting young, new author with books that are rapidly rising in popularity! His work has been talked about and seen on major news networks, including Good Day LA and WGN Chicago! When he is not writing, David works as an EMT in Philadelphia, which is why a portion of every BTM book sold will be donated to the Firefighters and EMS Foundation to support First Responders with medical needs.

Behind the Mask allows readers to experience the unfiltered, horrific scenarios EMTs and Medics are facing while manning the frontlines during a pandemic. After being sent into the epicenter of the United States twice during this outbreak and working directly alongside FEMA, David shares stories not experienced by many. So follow along with this easy read as he takes you into his journey through the pandemic and shares the unimaginable struggles he and his fellow EMS personnel have been dealing with. A portion of every book sold will be donated to an EMS foundation in an effort to help provide much needed support to First Responders facing these challenging times.

 

 

KWDF-WBRI-WWNL Wilkins Radio 9/25/2021 Saturday

Suzanne DuForeSuzanne DuFore, Head of Research at NEXT Insurance will discuss Small Businesses, the heart of our economy, and new survey findings. The recent survey was with  500+ small businesses about the impact of COVID, and the future.  Below are a few key findings:

  • COVID-19 Forced Businesses to Go Digital, Embrace Government Assistance: Overall, close to half of all small business owners said they embraced more digital practices in response to COVID-19 which will contribute to 52% of all small businesses getting more than half of their revenues digitally by 2022, up from 42% in 2019.

  • Small Business Owners are Bullish on Their Businesses and the Broader Economy: When asked about the broader economy, 84% of small business owners said they are somewhat, very or extremely optimistic about a recovery. When asked about their own businesses, 94% expressed optimism about a recovery.

  • Women Are Starting Businesses More Than Men, Often from Scratch and By Themselves: Women were more than twice as likely to start a business during 2020 than men. Data suggests women are more likely to start a business from scratch than men, with men twice as likely (11.3% to 5.6%) to buy into an existing business or franchise. Women (57%) are also more likely to start their businesses without a partner or partners than men (42%