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Enemies 2 Friends: Bill Hardin (Marines) & Larry Gamble (Navy)

December 23rd, 2016 (No Comments)

                                           Bill Hardin (left) Marines — — — — Larry Gamble (right) Navy We have two special friends and veterans here today, Bill Hardin and Larry Gamble. They were in high school together and I understand there were some twists […]

When Disaster Strikes

December 14th, 2016 (No Comments)

Welcome to the conference table with Hayden and Greg, we’re talking about rain and fire, and specifically we’re looking at the situation in Gatlinburg, NC. Sometimes things happen that are beyond our control, and we don’t know when the rain is going to come, and that’s the topic of our show today. So, when are […]

Lunch with a Veteran. Evan Thompson

December 12th, 2016 (No Comments)

GM: I’m Greg McIntyre, welcome to lunch with a veteran, I wanted to bring to you a weekly series that showcases our veterans in the Shelby area. Their stories are amazing and I don’t want them to be forgotten. Today I’m talking with Evan Thompson, he is a veteran of the US Army, but not […]

Vietnam Veteran and Bronze Star Recipient, Gene Ramsey.

December 9th, 2016 (No Comments)

GM: Hi I’m Greg McIntyre and this is lunch with a veteran. I’m here with veteran Gene Ramsey. Gene is the head of the VFW (Veteran of Foreign Wars) and has some very interesting stories. Gene really is an advocate for veterans. He’s out there pursuing veteran’s disability issues, and a few weeks ago, we […]

Planning with family over the holidays.

December 5th, 2016 (No Comments)

  with Greg and Hayden. Happy thanksgiving! GM: Happy thanksgiving. I bought a big picture of a turkey, I can’t wait to dig in. Today’s topic is ‘Turkey Talk.’ How to get down to business and talk turkey with your family over the holidays, and why you should do it. So, what are you doing […]

Predicting Upcoming Changes

December 4th, 2016 (No Comments)

with Greg McIntyre and Hayden Soloway GM: We’re talking about predictions and change, changing of administrations, and changes in policies. We’ve got a lot of changes and upheaval in the country right now. A lot of energy going about, some of it guided, some of it misguided and wasted, but a lot of energy nonetheless. […]

Lunch With a Veteran: Marine w/ 2 Purple Hearts, Bob Cabaniss…

November 16th, 2016 (No Comments)

Thank you for joining us for lunch with veteran Bob Cabaniss, 2 time recipient of a Purple Heart, veteran of the Marine Corp, an enlisted Marine, and former member of the Army and Airforce. A very rare individual. “When you walk into Graceland, you walk in the door and there’s a hallway with a balcony, […]

Estate Planning Ghost Stories: A Nightmare on Probate Street

November 1st, 2016 (No Comments)

At the Conference Table 6 Estate Planning Ghost Stories A Nightmare on Probate Street   Oct 28th 2016 Happy spooky Halloween and estate planning ghost stories. What’s going on for Halloween in town Hayden? Hayden: In the olden days, the place to be was on Belvedere. You went down Belvedere and it turns and heads toward […]

Memories and Mementos: What matters Most?

October 25th, 2016 (No Comments)

So here we are with Hayden, Greg and Tucker. Tucker is my youngest son. Tell everyone something about yourself Tucker. TM– I’m twelve years old, I go to TJ and my name is Tucker McIntyre. Greg– Hayden was talking to him about our subject matter today, and he had things to contribute. We’re talking about […]

Top Secret — Asset Protection Docs Disclosed

October 22nd, 2016 (No Comments)

The Way I Visualize the Asset Protection Game Greg: I was thinking of titling this, ‘What’s it Matter,’ or ‘It’s a Small Town,’ things like that, and I’ll get into that later. What I wanted to bring you first was some special content, because Shelby is a special place, and I believe you can accomplish […]

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