Episode 198 of Fried On Business features:
Larry Zinn –General Manager of Warren Henry Infiniti, Jaguar, Volvo, and Fisker. We will discuss new trends and models offered by his auto brands as well as what auto enthusiasts can expect in 2013 and beyond. We also discuss the importance of customer service. Larry discusses his family 35 plus years of treating South Florida Auto buyers with respect. We also talk about treating your employees like customers, why he got into the auto business, the new Jaguar F two seater coming to market and how both Larry and Jim love watching the auto auctions on TV, and where to drive your Lamborghini. Hear how Warren Henry employees can have great careers selling and servicing cars.
Dr. Daniel Sussman, assistant profession of medicine at UHealth recently led a study that found inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) presents differently in U.S.-born Hispanics than in foreign-born Hispanics and non-Hispanic white patients. We will discuss this and more about your health. Lots of innovative treatments help to offset the damage many people suffer from taking strong medicines and antibiotics. New treatments can help you feel better and digest your food more efficiently. It is a light, funny discussion of feeling bloated and full of gas and poo as anecdotes and facts are trade on Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) and Colitis and how US born Hispanics, Foreign Born Hispanics and Non Hispanic Caucasians have different risk levels. His study can be found on this link.
Jim discusses the week in Miami sports – thoughts on the Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers, Miami Heat and Miami Marlins, Sun Life Stadium Improvements and more. He thinks it is OK to use public funding for the redevelopment of Sun Life Stadium since the facility hosts internationally recognized events that obviously bring a significant number of high paying visitors to Miami.