Alison Kuhlow

Co-Host Mountain Money

Co-host, Mountain Money

On this Segment of Mountain Money Alison Kuhlow ,executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance raps about the 2020 Sundance film festival's impact on the main street businesses.

On this episode of Mountain Money - on our special Martin Luther King Program -Roger visits with Professor Darrick Hamilton from Ohio State.  He is the Executive Director of the Kirwin institute for the study of race and ethnicity.

 Janica Horner, owner and LeAnne Brandenburg Senior Event Manager visit with Roger and Alison about the  River Bottoms Ranch which  is a wedding event space located in Midway, just 20 minutes outside of Park City,

First guest on the program is Micah Solomon – author –“ Ignore Your Customers and They Will Go Away” In the book, Solomon provides a practical step-by-step guide to crafting a customer service culture and customer experience that drives brand loyalty and increases the bottom line.

Renai has an update on the Vail earnings report that was released recently.

Jon Allen owner of J. W. Allen and Sons Toys visits with Renai and Alison about his toy store that was established in 2004 at 1675 Redstone Center Drive.

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Assistant Professor of African American Studies at Princeton, is the author of Race for Profit: How Banks and the Real Estate Industry Undermined Black Homeownership The book uncovers how exploitative real estate practices continued well after housing discrimination was banned.


Roger and Allison visit with Erik C. Owen who is a licensed massage therapist. With more than two decades of experience, Erik focuses on general well-being and stimulates the natural healing powers each body possesses in order to fight off chronic pain and dysfunction to bring the body back into balance. Erik’s phone number is 317-748-5538. 

The second guest on the program is Breeze Wetzel, the owner of Madyson’s Marshmallows In Heber. The story of Madyson's Marshmallows began when Breeze’s  4-year-old daughter Madyson asked her how to make a marshmallow. Madyson and her dad started blending and mixing up different recipes together in their small home kitchen. Turns out, their marshmallows were delicious! Soon enough, they hit the road hustling their handmade marshmallows at local craft fairs on the weekends and as they say, the rest is history.

Roger and Allison Visit with Christopher Leonard, author Kochland, The Secret History of Koch Industries and Corporate Power In America. The annual revenue of Koch Industries is bigger than that of Goldman Sachs, Facebook, and US Steel combined. Koch is everywhere: from the fertilizers that make our food to the chemicals that make our pipes to the synthetics that make our carpets and diapers to the Wall Street trading in all these commodities. But few people know much about Koch Industries and that’s because the billionaire Koch brothers have wanted it that way.