Jake Eisenberg and Tony Boone welcome Storm Chasers owner Gary Green to The StormCast! Gary has owned the Storm Chasers since 2012 and has since also bought and launched Union Omaha, a USL League One soccer franchise that plays at Werner Park. On this episode of The StormCast, Jake and Tony remember Bob Gibson (1:00), an Omaha and baseball legend who passed away on October 2nd, and discuss the group of former Storm Chasers/Royals playing in the MLB postseason (6:22). Next, Jake and Tony talk to Gary about the pandemic's impact on his day-to-day and the inaugural season of Union Omaha, the latest updates on the negotiations between Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball, his favorite sports memories from the last decade (which include the Storm Chasers titles in 2013 and 2014), his love for Bruce Springsteen, and more!On the upcoming birth of his daughter (10:52)MiLB teams getting creative without a season (13:47)The first match in Union Omaha history (18:48)How the Storm Chasers & Union Omaha fanbases might mesh in 2021 and beyond (21:14)His thoughts on the MiLB and MLB negotiations (27:05)Concerns for MiLB (31:57)Memories from acquiring the team in 2012 (34:07)The top moments from the last eight years (36:11)Figuring out who to root for in the 2015 World Series (37:01)Hopes for MiLB in 2021 (42:11)Bruce Springsteen thoughts (42:41)Following the conversation, Jake and Tony dive into a discussion about the MLB postseason and make their World Series picks (44:25). Then, Tony shares his "ranking" of various Pacific Coast League pennants he recently shared on Twitter (48:30). Finally, Tony answers last episode's trivia question (52:10) before wrapping up the show with a new trivia question (56:00). Trivia question: What years did Bob Gibson pitch for the Omaha Cardinals? Share the answer on social media for a chance earn a shoutout on our next episode!Be sure to stay up to date with the Storm Chasers on social media by following the team on Twitter (@OMAStormChasers), Instagram (@omahastormchasers) and Facebook (Omaha Storm Chasers). Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the show! Share any comments or questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ep 203 | Aired 7/29/2020The guest today on Up In Your Business with Kerry McCoy is my longtime acquaintance, successful businessman and attorney, Mr. Gary Green.I first met Gary when we each rented a small apartment in a rundown house on Kavanaugh Blvd. It was the late 70’s and the Hillcrest neighborhood was still suffering the aftermath of white flight to the suburbs. The rent in this part of town was cheap enough for Gary, a starving law student, and me, who was peddling flags by day and cocktail waitress-ing by night. Oh, the good ole days…NOT!Who knew that one day this studious young man would grow up to be a name and face we all know? Don’t be fooled by Green’s outward appearance. This successful man is shy by nature and enjoys many weekends tending his wine vineyard up Interstate 40.Listen to hear the story of Counselor Green’s rise to success and learn as he explains the “rule of three”; a powerful persuasion technique used by lawyers and world leaders that can help you with emphasis, memory, and public speaking.
Gary Green: Leverage Cloud Marketplaces without Killing your Channel
Channel Journeys Podcast
Where do the hyper-scale cloud marketplaces from the likes of AWS, Microsoft, and Google fit in your channel strategy? Forrester predicted that 17% of the $13 trillion in B2B spend will flow to marketplaces by 2023, and that was before we were hit by the global Covid-19 pandemic. If you are a SaaS vendor and you don’t have marketplaces in your channel strategy, it’s time to reconsider. To learn how one vendor is finding success in leveraging cloud marketplaces, without alienating their traditional channel partners, I turned to Gary Green, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Cloudera. KEY TAKEAWAYS Gary shares many ways that Cloudera is leveraging cloud marketplaces while also paying attention to their diverse network of channel partners. Here are my top 5 pieces of advice from our conversation: Starting your partnership with a technical foundation with deep technical integration can help you develop a deeper commercial partnership down the road. Make sure that your sales teams come together collaboratively with your cloud marketplace provider’s sales teams in front of the customer. Work with the go to market teams and the sales organizations of the global cloud providers and your partners to make sure that everybody understands the joint value proposition of your solution in a public cloud environment. Once you are set up in the marketplace, the biggest challenge is just getting your customers to understand that it’s available and how they go about getting it. Plan on running a lot of market awareness campaigns. Be flexible in your pricing models. Allow customers to consume your offering in a pay-as-you-go consumption model. SHARE THIS We think that the most effective cost efficient way that our customers will or actually are deploying today is through the Marketplace - Gary Green @ClouderaConnectClick To Tweet A big side benefit of getting into a cloud marketplace is having access to their partner channels and promotion through their overall partner organization - Gary Green @ClouderaConnectClick To Tweet LINKS & RESOURCES Find Gary on LinkedIn Follow Cloudera Connect on Twitter Learn more about the Cloudera Connect Partner Program The post Gary Green: Leverage Cloud Marketplaces without Killing your Channel first appeared on Channel Journeys.
Social Media Proofing and Eating Goanna with Mr Wagyu Beef, Gary Green
The Hungry Diner Show
Today I speak with the man behind the best beef in the world, Mr Wagyu Beef, Gary Green. Gary is the founder of Mr Wagyu Beef and Wagyu 2 Your Door. On today's episode, we talk about Mr Wagyu Beef's explosive growth over the last 7 weeks, his passion behind the product and the power of using social media influencers. Gary talks about how proud he is of his family, his Aboriginal heritage, National Reconciliation Week and his work with the national indigenous culinary institute. Gary does lots of shout outs to many Sydney foodies, so listen in to see if you get a mention. Mr Wagyu Beef Offer to our listeners: 30% off all their premium F1 Wagyu beef Discount code: hungrydiner30 **Valid for the month of June https://wagyu2yourdoor.com.au/ https://www.instagram.com/mrwagyubeef/ http://nici.org.au/
"My original plan was to kill all of us. That way, in the afterlife, we all could be a happy family."-Gary Green Gary Green was sent to death row 10 years ago for the September 2009 slayings of his wife, Lovetta and drowning of her daughter, Jazzmen Montgomery, at their home. Lovetta was stabbed more than 25 times. One other child, Jarret, who was 9, was stabbed in the stomach. He survived along with his brother J.T. who bravely tell their story. OhMyGaia.com Mohave High Creations truecrimeguys.com Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys @AndImMichael Patreon.com/TrueCrimeGuys STICKERS CREEPER MERCH Creeper Galaxy Gear
In the time of COVID-19, the impact on Minor League Baseball has been felt as much as any small business. MiLB owner and native New Yorker Gary Green is the owner of the Montgomery Biscuits, Omaha Storm Chasers, and Richmond Flying Squirrels. He's also Baseball America Managing Partner, and USL Soccer team owner, Gary has donated 45,000 masks to medical facilities in the Omaha-area.In this episode, Green addresses the threat of both the Coronavirus and MLB in trying to contract up to 40 Minor League teams and how the shutdown of MLB has impacted that activity.Follow Gary on Twitter @UnionChasersCEO
Hope all is well with everyone this week! We have a great episode this week including an introduction to a Detroit Legend who unfortunately passed this week. Listen and as always let us know your thoughts on IG.00:00 Gary Green04:08 Intro09:53 Comments/Babyface vz TRiley 15:55 NFL Draft23:12 Prenup31:00 ATL Open
Uncertainty, Dr. Tim and a Conversation with Gary Green
Band Talk with Charlie Menghini and Friends
Podcast #3 of Band Talk with Charlie Menghini and Friends begins with some thoughts on our lives and dealing with uncertainty. Next brings a visit with Dr. Tim and we close today's podcast with a heartfelt conversation with Gary Green, Director of Bands Emeritus of the University of Miami. As you listen, you will hear the underlying theme of uncertainty and how it always seems to work out in our lives. Enjoy!