Roger Goldman

BOARD MEMBER

Roger is a retired partner in the international law firm of Latham & Watkins.  He is the co-founder and Chairman of Buildable Hours, a non-profit group that organizes law firms to build homes with Habitat for Humanity in several cities around the country.  He and his wife Rana Tahtinen enjoy skiing and many of the other recreational activities offered by Park City.  He is passionate about KPCW and its important role in our community. 

Jennifer Morgan talks about Spruce Personalized Decor a new furniture store and design studio that provides a personalized style for every customer. They offer customizable furniture, stylish lighting, quality artwork, beautiful window treatments and accessories to help you create a well-styled home. They also offer interior design services to Park City and the Heber Valley, Visit their home decor store in Midway or call to schedule a personalized consultation with one of their interior designers.

Edwin Figueroa Branch Manager and Ryan Hoffman Commercial Lender talk about the changes at Mountain West Bank which  is now First Community Bank.

In His book, Golliath, Author Matt Stoller takes a look at how concentrated financial power and consumerism transformed American politics, resulting in the emergence of populism and authoritarianism, the fall of the Democratic Party—while also providing the steps needed to create a new democracy.

Shirin Spangenberg tells us about Escape Room Park City.  A fun, brain stretching experience for everyone. An entertainment center where a group of up to 8 people are "locked" in a room and have an hour to figure out clues and puzzles to unlock the door and win the room. A fun interactive activity that will keep you talking about it for days.

In segment two, Tracy Klein from Fetch Cares stops by.  Fletch Cares  is a private, non-profit in Kamas, Utah. It is Utah's first animal fospice (foster facility + hospice). Their mission is to provide comfort and care for animals with exceptional needs through people with exceptional needs. 

The book Fashionopolis,is an investigation into the damage wrought by the colossal clothing industry and the grassroots, high-tech, international movement fighting to reform it.  In Fashionopolis, author DanaThomas sees renewal in a host of developments, including printing 3-D clothes, clean denim processing, smart manufacturing, hyperlocalism, fabric recycling—even lab-grown materials. From small-town makers and Silicon Valley whizzes to such household names as Stella McCartney, Levi’s, and Rent the Runway, Thomas highlights the companies big and small that are leading the crusad

Mountain Money - October 28, 2019 Kevin Barnes

Oct 28, 2019

    Kevin Barnes, founder of Lifestyle Electronics, talks about home security, entertainment and the latest in audio/video  and home automation systems. 

 

 

    Hollye Shumacher, Graham Reynolds and Kevin Reynolds talk about their participation at the PC Pop Up Shop on Main Street In Park City. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Leo Tilman and Charles Jacoby offer the first comprehensive assessment of the fundamental nature of organizational agility and then describe the essential leadership practices for achieving it. They show that agility is far superior to mere speed or adaptability. Pinpointing its distinctive features, they define agility as the ability to detect and assess changes in the competitive environment in real time and then take decisive action.

Every year, six million companies and more than 100,000 products are launched. They all need an awesome name, but many (such as Xobni, Svbtle, and Doostang) look like the results of a drunken Scrabble game. In this entertaining and engaging book, Hello My Name is Awesome, ace naming consultant Alexandra Watkins explains how anyone - even noncreative types - can create memorable and buzz-worthy brand names.

Before the 1960s, American politicians had never paid much attention to economists. But as the post-World War II boom began to sputter, economists gained influence and power.

In the Scout Guide they feature excellent independently owned businesses and business owners that both locals and travelers should know about. They  share tips from a vast network of experts on everything from creating an inviting guest room to selecting personal stationery to planning a formal garden; offer inspiration for creating beautiful interiors, having a well-edited closet, giving thoughtful gifts, and entertaining in style; provide travel recommendations from in-the-know locals; and tell in-depth stories about talented artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs.

Bryce Rademan grew up in PC and graduated from PCHS, started a restaurant chain named Spitz in LA 14 years ago. He’s about to open his 5th restaurant in the Salt Lake Valley in a couple of weeks in Draper (others are in Downtown, Sugar House, Cottonwood Heights and Lehi). He also has 4 in LA and some in Portland and Minneapolis.

Our second guest on the program is Rob DeMartini, CEO of USA Cycling and now the new Owner of Park City Bike Demos. When Rob DeMarini Stepped down as the President and CEO of New Balance, he knew he wanted to be involved in the Park City community. He discovered that Park City Bike Demos was for sale and Closed the deal.

Lyndsey Stram,  Summit and Wasatch County regional economist from Utah Department of Workforce Services has the latest unemployment numbers released last Friday along with a local economic perspective.

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