Episode 474: 07-12-18 Jim Fried of Fried On Business talks to his niece Nikki Fried, who is running as a Democrat for Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner. Nikki says, …Read More »
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I listened to my interview and I have to say thank you. I was very self-conscious at the time and you really made me comfortable. I am not saying that I did great haha, but you ensured that I did pretty darn good. That is a very nice quality in an interviewer. Thanks again.
Kent J. Ducote PA, CCIM
Truman & Co., Key West, FL
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I enjoyed the show last night, and thanks again for allowing me to be a guest caller. I love the excitement that you bring to the show, and thanks for sponsoring the IMN event and for the kind words about Regions Bank.
Joseph C. Erwin
Senior Vice President/Team Leader
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That was an absolute blast! Easily the quickest 25 mins I ever have experienced. I'd probably grade myself around B- overall for the appearance, so let's do that again soon and let me go for my usual A+....
Looking forward to the link (as is my anxious 11 yr old to hear Daddy on the radio).
Andrew D. Morton, J.D., M.P.P.
Partner and Chair, Sports & Entertainment Law Group
HANDLER THAYER, LLP
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The most spirited Miami radio show! We follow Fried on 880am.
AEGIS FinServe Corp., Miami
Episode 471: 06-21-18 Part 1 Part 2 Jim and Wanda Myles discuss Wynwood, Coral Gables and other South Florida real estate markets. They also take a few minutes to explain …Read More »
For all of its rewards, real estate can be a treacherous business. And if you’ve survived and thrived in these waters for 50 years – like Gerald Guterman – I’d …Read More »