Fairfax Channel 36 9/17/2019

Dario Saldaña is our first guest discussing how he as a Entrepreneur developed his companies. Dario is also a Chef.  Chef Saldaña is the Founder and President of Abuela Foods, LLC, and the company has a Trans-Hispanic Food line. His company currently markets to food service, retail, c-store, and delis. Additionally,  Dario is the President and founder of Saldana & Associates, LLC and serves as a Consultant and a Broker and a Virtual Manufacturer. He has been in the Food industry since 1982.   For more information go to https://comidasdemiabuela.com

 

Our second guest is Mark Steber, Chief Tax Officer of Jackson Hewitt he will discuss how to how to handle the IRS if you have back taxes. Tax season has come and gone, but if you are one of over 14 million Americans who owe back taxes to the IRS, now is the time to start figuring out a payment plan before it’s too late. Having unpaid taxes or back taxes can lead to a variety of tax problems including significant tax penalties. Back taxes are simply money (or a return) that you owe to the Internal Revenue Service. When you miss a payment, you owe “back taxes.” If you continue to miss payments, you’ll begin accruing penalties and interest immediately. The IRS will then classify your back taxes as “tax debt” and make every attempt to collect.  Chief Tax Officer Mark Steber will give tips on how to handle the IRS and what you can do to prevent penalties and protect your wages, property and future refunds. For more information go to: https://www.jacksonhewitt.com

 

Jennifer Jolly, Emmy Award Winning Tech-Live TV Host, is our last guest she is the columnist for “Wired Well” for The New York Times and Hosts the show “Tech Now” You can regularly see her on The Today Show, Meredith Vieira, The Talk, CNN, HLN, Dr. Oz and many others. Jennifer will be sharing her Top Pics for Best Gear and Tech for Back To School. Jennifer Jolly will reveal the Techwalla.com top picks to help you ace back to school shopping and to start your student off right this fall!

 

 

Katie Ceclan, Senior Marketing Director of Lay’s Potato Chip, willl discuss Lay’s Operation Smile Program. Between now and September, fans have the opportunity to get inspired and share their own story of how they’re spreading smiles to help kick-start a chain effect of grins across the country.

For a second year in a row, America’s favorite potato chip brand is spreading smiles across the nation – for more reason than one.

Last year, Lay’s debuted limited-edition packaging tied to a $1 million donation to Operation Smile, an international children’s medical charity dedicated to improving the health and lives of children worldwide who suffer from cleft conditions. Through the campaign, they got a glimpse of how powerful a smile can be – with customer feedback and social engagement surpassing expectations and ultimately prompting the campaign’s return in 2019.

New this year, Lay’s is unveiling 31 inspiring stories across a variety of flavors and varieties –  all featuring the faces of “Everyday Smilers” who are real-life people making an impact in their local communities and beyond.

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W4VET 08/18/2019

Our first guest is Cathy Parker, author of Northern Lights: One Woman, Two Teams, and the Football Field That Changed Their LivesShe will discuss her book an inspiring story and beautiful reminder of how we’re sometimes called to the most unlikely of causes—and how, when we believe in something bigger than ourselves, we can change our own lives and the lives of others for the better.

 

Cathy Parker had no idea her life was about to change until ESPN feature about a football team from the Arctic Circle lit a fire in her soul that she couldn’t ignore. A stirring within her to help the Barrow Whalers football team in a struggling community in Barrow, Alaska, almost 4,000 miles away from her home in Jacksonville, Florida, started a nationwide movement that raised over half a million dollars to build an artificial-turf stadium for a team that needed it. Overcoming obstacle after obstacle, what started out as a call within Cathy became so much bigger and brought two football teams together in surprising (and sometimes hilarious) ways. Her book and the story that will soon be a major motion picture from director Andy Tennant (Sweet Home Alabama, Hitch, Ever After).

Cathy Parker and her husband, Carl, have raised four children, all at the ball fields. Cathy has experienced the extreme highs and lows of raising athletes and can relate to the toll athletics can have on the family. She founded the not-for-profits to help athletes and their families deal with the realities of sports and use their influence for good. Her not-for-profits are Athletes To Champions and Beyond the Ballfield. 

For More information go to the website at https://www.thomasnelson.com/p/northern-lights

 

Dario Saldaña is our second guest discussing how he as a Entrepreneur developed his companies. Dario is also a Chef.  Chef Saldaña is the Founder and President of Abuela Foods, LLC, and the company has a Trans-Hispanic Food line. His company currently markets to food service, retail, c-store, and delis. Additionally,  Dario is the President and founder of Saldana & Associates, LLC and serves as a Consultant and a Broker and a Virtual Manufacturer. He has been in the Food industry since 1982.   For more information go to https://comidasdemiabuela.com

 

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W4CY 08/15/2019

Our first guest is Cathy Parker, author of Northern Lights: One Woman, Two Teams, and the Football Field That Changed Their LivesShe will discuss her book an inspiring story and beautiful reminder of how we’re sometimes called to the most unlikely of causes—and how, when we believe in something bigger than ourselves, we can change our own lives and the lives of others for the better.

 

Cathy Parker had no idea her life was about to change until ESPN feature about a football team from the Arctic Circle lit a fire in her soul that she couldn’t ignore. A stirring within her to help the Barrow Whalers football team in a struggling community in Barrow, Alaska, almost 4,000 miles away from her home in Jacksonville, Florida, started a nationwide movement that raised over half a million dollars to build an artificial-turf stadium for a team that needed it. Overcoming obstacle after obstacle, what started out as a call within Cathy became so much bigger and brought two football teams together in surprising (and sometimes hilarious) ways. Her book and the story that will soon be a major motion picture from director Andy Tennant (Sweet Home Alabama, Hitch, Ever After).

Cathy Parker and her husband, Carl, have raised four children, all at the ball fields. Cathy has experienced the extreme highs and lows of raising athletes and can relate to the toll athletics can have on the family. She founded the not-for-profits to help athletes and their families deal with the realities of sports and use their influence for good. Her not-for-profits are Athletes To Champions and Beyond the Ballfield. 

For More information go to the website at https://www.thomasnelson.com/p/northern-lights

 

Dario Saldaña is our second guest discussing how he as a Entrepreneur developed his companies. Dario is also a Chef.  Chef Saldaña is the Founder and President of Abuela Foods, LLC, and the company has a Trans-Hispanic Food line. His company currently markets to food service, retail, c-store, and delis. Additionally,  Dario is the President and founder of  Saldana & Associates, LLC. He is a Consultant and a Broker and a Virtual Manufacturer. He has been in the Food industry since 1982 his degree was in Microbiology he eventually became a Chef and went into every phase of the Food industry. For more information go to https://comidasdemiabuela.com

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