CollagenBLU Co-Founders Donna Gonsalves and Daniela Garofalo joined us in hour one talk about living and eating healthy, and the importance of collagen. They shared their business origin story as well… and let’s just say I love it when friends and neighbors take talk and turn it into action!
In hour two, Steve Boyce, the Regional Manager of Operations for The Fresh Market joined us to talk about refreshing the stores and determining what customers want as well as the changes to the grocery industry on the whole.
We also had a call with Cathy Woolard, a candidate for Mayor of Atlanta and discussed her recent sweep of endorsements from both local and national LGBT organizations. We also discussed how the endorsement process works and what it means for candidates.
In the local headlines:
- Handel preps another 6th District campaign as Ossoff hints at comeback ( http://bit.ly/2wc6gdx )
- UPDATE: Roswell Mayor Jere Wood plans to appeal term limit ruling ( http://bit.ly/2wbO4R9 )
- Georgia’s space industry makes history with rocket test launch ( http://bit.ly/2wbVVyc )
- Georgia lawmakers resurrect multi-modal passenger terminal project ( http://bit.ly/2wc8Z6n )
In the national headlines:
- Facebook Drowns Out Fake News With More Information ( http://on.wsj.com/2wc5JZ0 )
- Smoke, Then Fire: Uber Knowingly Leased Unsafe Cars to Drivers in Singapore ( http://on.wsj.com/2wckriK )
- 20-year-old who repeatedly urged friend to kill himself sentenced to 15 months in jail ( http://read.bi/2v1wPU7 )
- Zuckerberg charity hires pollster, reignites political speculation (again) ( http://cnnmon.ie/2v1nD1L )
- WannaCry ‘hero’ arrested for creating other malware ( http://cnnmon.ie/2v1SueL )
- Someone has emptied the ransom accounts from the WannaCry attack ( http://cnnmon.ie/2v1HmP4 )
- Megyn Kelly’s show pulled early (http://bit.ly/2wbLnir )