Our first guest is AJ Barkley is the Neighborhood Lending Executive for Bank of America, responsible for identifying opportunities to drive successful home-ownership among low- to moderate-income borrowers, undeserved communities, and multicultural borrowers across the economic spectrum. Bank of America offers grants to make Home-ownership more affordable AJ Barkley will discuss how qualified Buyers can receive as much as $17,500 to help them purchase a home .
Our next guest is Rod S. Passman, MD, director of the Center for Atrial Fibrillation at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and the Jules J. Reingold professor of electrophysiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Background: He will discuss AFIB. Did you know more than 5 million Americans suffer from Atrial Fibrillation (AFib), a quivering or irregular heartbeat. Afib is the most common heart rhythm disorder and can go undetected for year. Untreated, AFib doubles the risk of heart-related death and is a major cause of stroke and heart failure. For more information please visit www.nm.org/radio
Our last guest is Ray Kerins Senior Vice President, Corporate ,Affairs, Bayer. Luke Bryan and Bayer join forces to raise awareness and a Toast to the American Farmers with Here’s To the Farmer Campaign;The Annual Farm Tour To Feed Hungry Americans with a Goal of Donating 1 Million Meals. For the fifth consecutive year, Bayer, a world leader in innovation and agriculture, is the title sponsor of the tour and will highlight its Here’s To The Farmer campaign. By using the hashtag #HeresToTheFarmer, fans can show their gratitude to America’s farmers. For every share, Bayer will donate a meal* to someone in need through Feeding America®.
Country music superstar, Luke Bryan is no stranger to celebrating America’s hard-working farmers. At this year’s, Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour, tour sponsor Bayer will join him in toasting U.S. farmers with its Here’s To The Farmer campaign. As the son of a peanut farmer from Georgia, Bryan launched his annual Farm Tour in 2009 as a way of highlighting and celebrating the contributions of America’s farmers.