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Rob Wells

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Getting Frosty feat Frosty Rob Wells and Doug Rafferty

Wrestle Talk Podcast

On this week's show (Episode #314)*High Spots Segment where we discuss all the hottest topics in wrestling today.*Shoot and Shout Segment: Jonesy, Knight Owl and our guest get 60sec to go off on anything that might be ticking them off at the moment!*Wrestle Talk Podcast Game Show Challenge: Our guest this week takes on The Knight Owl in the always fun Game Show Challenge every week a new topic where the best outta three is the winner.*Fantasy Wrestling Segment: Members of the Fantasy Wrestling Worldwide Chapter join us for a few minutes to give us the low down in what's happening in "The Chapter."*Featured guest(s):7:30- Frosty Rob Wells8:30- Doug RaffertyWe go live Tuesday's at 8 pm ET and would love to have you be a part of the show!*Call us during the show by dialing (657) 383-1521

2hr 10mins

30 Sep 2020

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11: Owning the Historical Piece of Paradise Known as Cabbage Key with Rob Wells

I Wonder If

How would you like to own a piece of paradise? And raise a family there? We’re on the historical Gulf-Coast island of Cabbage Key today, and we have the great pleasure of interviewing Rob Wells. Rob’s family owns Cabbage Key and the Tarpon Lodge. In today’s episode, Rob shares some wonderful stories and gives us a taste of what it was like for him to grow up on a pristine, historical Gulf-Coast island. Stay tuned to find out more! Cabbage Key is like paradise, and the only way to reach it is by boat. Rob’s parents bought the island in 1976, and Rob and his brother, Ken, grew up there. The family has been running the business for the last forty-three years, and they added Tarpon Lodge in 1999. Now, the family is known as some of the most memorable purveyors of paradise on the Gulfshore. Be sure to listen in today, to hear Rob’s unusual and delightful story! Show highlights: Rob shares the moment when his dream became a reality. Commuting to school by boat. Rob had a pretty cool childhood, growing up on the island. Why Rob’s parents were the real risk-takers. Rob’s parents achieved a lot from working hard. Rob watched his parents at work daily, growing up. Rob had some doubts about the family business when he was younger. According to Rob’s research, Cabbage Key was probably more populated a thousand years ago than it is now. Rob’s family feels more like stewards of the property, for this moment in time than like the owners of the island. Letting the island speak for itself. Memories of growing up on the island. People who are boaters, and who go to places like Cabbage Key, are usually pretty interesting. Going to school by boat. Going to university and moving to the city. Some of the unique challenges of owning an island and running a resort. Maintaining a delicate balance on the island. The wonderful story behind the dollar bills on the wall in the bar. An interesting tale about the area. The history of Tarpon Lodge. Rob’s favorite places to go in Fort Myers. Links and resources: Tarpon Lodge The Veranda Restaurant in Fort Myers Caffe Toscano in Fort Myers http://cabbagekey.com/ https://instagram.com/cabbage_key


22 Sep 2020

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10 Jun 2020

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The StudioPTBO Podcast Ep. 99 with Award Winning Music Producer Rob Wells

The StudioPTBO Podcast

Episode 99 of the StudioPTBO podcast has award winning music producer, Rob Wells joining us on StreamYard for a special live edition. Rob, Neil & Cody talk about the music business, the similarities to entrepreneurship & What it's like to be a music producer. Failure and Rejection, Positive Mindset & Structure are also talked about in great detail! Subscribe to the show on:Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-studioptbo-podcast/id1398036967?mt=2#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-739630Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ibfgbfiuvh5wi3vxoge76uwnjeeSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/03DG8shK4ksLFbSncPHv43?si=5fN-_NolQOOPXjoas15UXATunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Business--Economics-Podcasts/The-StudioPTBO-Podcast-p1207815/PS: When you’re ready... here are 4 ways we can help you grow your business:1. Join the StudioPTBO Marketing Hacks Group on Facebook and connect with fellow entrepreneurs who are running businesses and growing teams.In this group we talk about how to grow and build your company on social and create momentum across your entire organization >>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/3402675632829752. Download A Free Copy "7 Essential Steps To Generating Leads For Your Business"We published this article to help provide massive value to this community and help you get started. Visit https://studioptbo.com/lead-generation to download your copy today.3. Get instant access to our free real estate online marketing training!Click here >> https://studioptbo.com/real-estate-freetraining4. Work with the StudioPTBO team privately.If you’d like to work directly with our team to help you build your business... just click here >>> http://sendusleadsnow.com/


21 May 2020

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*Rob Wells - Director - Savannah Sports Council

The Guys in the Cheap Seats

Episode 15 of The Guys in the Cheap Seats with Charles Campisi features Rob Wells. Rob is the Director of the Savannah Sports Council and a BW Sport Management alum. Previously, Rob worked for the Sarasota County Sports Commission, Naples Marco Island & Everglades Convention & Visitors Bureau, City of Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Department, and Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. Rob also served in the U.S. Coast Guard and spent time in Sicily, Egypt, Bahrain, and Kuwait.  You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and more.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


7 Jun 2019