EP 37 | 26 October 2020
Welcome to Ep 37. This week our episode talks business, taking the dive into owning a business for the first time.
Thanks to local business Recognition Plus for their ongoing support. they help put your NAME, .. where it counts!. From promo gear and trophies, to name badges, they will help you be seen.
We are talking to the delightful ladies from Recognition Plus, this very candid chat covers everything from how they met, to why they partnered up, the Covid rollercoaster, being a Mum in business, and how they can help businesses. Thank you girls for your openness, honesty, and enthusiasm.
News of the Week
This week in Aussie History
The 26th 1985 sees the Australian Govt. return Uluru and the National Park, back to traditional owners, and then on the same date in 2019 the climb to the top of the rock was closed.
On the 27th 1962 saw Dawn Fraser become the first woman to swim 100 m under a minute
And on the 29th 1880 Bushranger Ned Kelly is sentenced to hang and 102 years later to the day in 1982 Lindy Chamberlain is convicted of murder
Now Let’s get on with show.
What’s On in EP 37 for the week beginning 26 October 2020 brought to you by the Toowoomba Regional Council
Friday 30th of October
The Oakey Youth Project is on as usual from 06: 30 pm 12-24-year-olds
Empire Theatre has Katie Noonan and friends in Sunshine Sounds from 7 pm
Saturday the 31st
Kreate It – an AM and PM paint session at Tinker
Squiggly Cow 08:30 – 11:30 AM and Cheeky Chooks 4 – 6:30 PM
Markets this weekend
The Toowoomba Farmers markets on from 07am under the windmill at Cobb n Co museum
Sunday 1st Nov
the Toowoomba PCYC Markets at the PCYC Toowoomba from 6am
Well that’s it for EP 37 and another week.
Thanks again to our local supporters Recognition Plus , find them at recognitionplus.com.au for all your promotional needs. If you have an event or business you would like us to feature on the podcast email us firstname.lastname@example.org .
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See you round Toowoomba