Today, we chat with Jimmy Joseph of Jimmy Joseph Mortgage. We talk about all things mortgages. Is it a good time to refinance? How is the shelter in place order affecting the real estate market? How has the Federal Reserve actions affected mortgage rates? Why does Jimmy think its important to spotlight local businesses?
BuyLocalNJ is what happens when brothers Andy and Chris, native New Jerseyans and owners of financial advisory firm Runnymede Capital Management, wondered, “What if we create a website that promotes buying local by interviewing business owners for our community?”
Join us in finding, supporting, and celebrating local businesses that are helping to build our communities by sustaining vibrant town centers, connecting neighbors, and contributing to local causes. Thank you for buying local!
Watch our chat with Lois Manzella-Marchitto of Fitness Coaching LLC, a group of highly educated and Nationally Certified Personal Trainers and Nutrition Coaches who deliver motivational and enjoyable programs to get results. In normal times, they send their trainers to your house, office or at a local park for personal training. In the current shelter-in-place, they offer virtual training in small groups (up to 10 people) via Zoom. Essential workers get 50% off training!
Watch our chat with Heather Backer of Backer Farm in Mendham. Backer Farm offers its own pasture raised pork in a variety of cuts, CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program, a wide range of jarred products (salad dressings, pickles, jellies, jams, dips, salsa, and fruit butters), and more. Essential workers can save $15 off the cost of the CSA with coupon code THANKYOU.
Because of COVID-19, we are checking in with businesses to see how they are adapting to the challenging environment. Today we checked in with Jon Gjoni, the owner of Pastrami House in Berkeley Heights. With the dining room closed, they are offering curb side pickup as well as delivery through multiple platforms. They are also giving free junior sandwiches during lunch hours to the hero first responders.
Watch our chat with Zack and Dan of StrixMedia in Morristown. During stay at home orders, they encourage creators and business owners to try new things, learn, and stay in front of your customers. Get some valuable tips of how you can expand your business from home.
Because of COVID-19, we are checking in with businesses to see how they are adapting to the challenging environment. Today, we check in with Carrie Sharpe, owner of Air Aerial Fitness in New Providence. With the shelter-in-place order, Air quickly pivoted to teaching classes via Zoom. While you don't have a hammock at home, classes are tailored to be an intense workout using items that you have around the house like a broom. They look forward to the day when they can get back to workouts in the air!
Because of COVID-19, we are checking in with businesses to see how they are adapting to the challenging environment. Our first guest is Aubrey Reichard-Eline of Unwind Yoga & Wellness in New Providence, NJ. Find out how her yoga studio is adapting during stay-at-home and how she's helping other local businesses.
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