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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Lewis. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Lewis, often where they are interviewed.

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SermonHope, Comfort and Encouragement | Veteran's Day at Upper Room Ohio | Chaplain Bob Lewis

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Hope, Comfort and Encouragement

Pastor Josh Haas

Join us at 9 am and 11 am every Sunday Morning in person or for our Livestream worship service at 11am on Facebook, YouTube and at UpperRoomOhio.com

Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/UpperRoomOhio/
Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/upperroomohio

Give us a call: 937-667-5585

Address
648 N. Hyatt St.
Tipp City, OH 45371
Nov 10 2020 · 52mins
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Bob Lewis and Adam Biedenbender with Closet & Storage Concepts and More Space Place on Franchise Business Radio

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Bob Lewis and Adam Biedenbender with Closet & Storage Concepts and More Space Place on Franchise Business Radio

Interested in Franchise Ownership?

Contact Pamela Currie to receive a COMPLIMENTARY Consultation on Selecting a Franchise.

Pamela Currie, Host of the Franchise Business Radio show and Founder of Franchise Intellect, Inc. www.FranchiseIntellect.com

Mobile: 847-970-8765

Email: Pam@FranchiseIntellect.com
Bob Lewis, President & CEO of Closet & Storage Concepts / More Space Place, founded the company in 1987 in the Philadelphia / Southern New Jersey area. We design, manufacture, and install a wide variety of custom closet, Murphy wall bed, garage, laundry room, pantry, home office and other space-saving home furnishing products. In 2000, Closet & Storage Concepts began offering franchise opportunities in the United States and Canada. In 2013 the company acquired the More Space Place franchise system. The privately held company has 43 locations, three company-owned and 40 franchise-owned, in 18 states and is a member of the International Franchise Association. We are headquartered in West Berlin, NJ.

Topics:
State of the Home Improvement
Home furnishings industry before Covid 19 and now.
Products and services we offer and demand levels.
Our management team and experience.
Business models offered and distinctions between them.
Ideal Candidate and career experience / goals.
Why Closet & Storage Concepts / More Space Place?
Adam Biedenbender joined our company in September 2020, and brought a tremendous amount of franchise industry experience to our team. Previously, Adam served as VP Franchise Development for Primo Hoagies, and has held similar positions with Dunkin’ Brands, Re/Max International and Quizno’s. He is an International Franchise Association Certified Franchise Executive and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Adam works closely with our franchise owners on real estate needs and business growth strategies, including benchmarking performance.
Company Websites:
www.closetandstorageconcepts.com www.morespaceplace.com
The Franchise Business Radio show is a platform to bring together franchise professionals to connect, educate and collaborate to serve the franchise community and those considering franchise ownership.

Spotlighting Leaders in the Franchise Industry, experts in funding, legal, marketing and consulting.

Franchise Business Radio hosted by:
Pam Currie, Founder
Franchise Intellect, Inc
Made possible in part by:
Host Pamela Currie, Franchise Intellect, visit: http://www.FranchiseIntellect.com

Also made possible in part by:
Franchise City, visit http://www.Franchise.city

FranServe, visit https://franserve.com/

To nominate or submit a guest request visit: http://www.OnAirGuest.com

To view guest photos from this show, visit: http://www.ProBusinessPictures.com


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Bob Lewis and Adam Biedenbender with Closet & Storage Concepts and More Space Place on Franchise Business Radio

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Bob Lewis and Adam Biedenbender with Closet & Storage Concepts and More Space Place on Franchise Business Radio

Interested in Franchise Ownership?

Contact Pamela Currie to receive a COMPLIMENTARY Consultation on Selecting a Franchise.

Pamela Currie, Host of the Franchise Business Radio show and Founder of Franchise Intellect, Inc. www.FranchiseIntellect.com

Mobile: 847-970-8765

Email: Pam@FranchiseIntellect.com
Bob Lewis, President & CEO of Closet & Storage Concepts / More Space Place, founded the company in 1987 in the Philadelphia / Southern New Jersey area. We design, manufacture, and install a wide variety of custom closet, Murphy wall bed, garage, laundry room, pantry, home office and other space-saving home furnishing products. In 2000, Closet & Storage Concepts began offering franchise opportunities in the United States and Canada. In 2013 the company acquired the More Space Place franchise system. The privately held company has 43 locations, three company-owned and 40 franchise-owned, in 18 states and is a member of the International Franchise Association. We are headquartered in West Berlin, NJ.

Topics:
State of the Home Improvement
Home furnishings industry before Covid 19 and now.
Products and services we offer and demand levels.
Our management team and experience.
Business models offered and distinctions between them.
Ideal Candidate and career experience / goals.
Why Closet & Storage Concepts / More Space Place?
Adam Biedenbender joined our company in September 2020, and brought a tremendous amount of franchise industry experience to our team. Previously, Adam served as VP Franchise Development for Primo Hoagies, and has held similar positions with Dunkin’ Brands, Re/Max International and Quizno’s. He is an International Franchise Association Certified Franchise Executive and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Adam works closely with our franchise owners on real estate needs and business growth strategies, including benchmarking performance.
Company Websites:
www.closetandstorageconcepts.com www.morespaceplace.com
The Franchise Business Radio show is a platform to bring together franchise professionals to connect, educate and collaborate to serve the franchise community and those considering franchise ownership.

Spotlighting Leaders in the Franchise Industry, experts in funding, legal, marketing and consulting.

Franchise Business Radio hosted by:
Pam Currie, Founder
Franchise Intellect, Inc
Made possible in part by:
Host Pamela Currie, Franchise Intellect, visit: http://www.FranchiseIntellect.com

Also made possible in part by:
Franchise City, visit http://www.Franchise.city

FranServe, visit https://franserve.com/

To nominate or submit a guest request visit: http://www.OnAirGuest.com

To view guest photos from this show, visit: http://www.ProBusinessPictures.com


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Episode 38: The Future of Experiential Marketing with Bob Lewis

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This week Rick discusses the ever-changing impact Covid-19 is having on Experiential Marketing. He highlights the importance of Mental Health Awareness and interviews the Founder of Mobile Media Enterprises, Bob Lewis, to hear about his fascinating career in experiential marketing and the role Cannabis has played in his life.

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Talking With MGTOW Bob Lewis About His Unique Google Lawsuit | Fireside Chat 126

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Join us on the Fireside Chat as we talk with MGTOW and Red Man Group member Bob Lewis about his new approach to the free speech war against the big tech titan Google. What tactics will be employed? How will this pan out any different?
Aug 29 2019 · 59mins
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Talking Manosphere, Misandry & Men's Issues w/Bob Lewis | Fireside Chat 121

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Join us on the Fireside chat as we chat with Bob Lewis, author of the book The Feminist Lie, about his recent work regarding his website, his travels in the "manosphere", and the challenges of men's Issues going mainstream.
Jul 08 2019 · 1hr 26mins
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L10 Mastery: Episode 20 - Dr. Bob Lewis

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Nov 08 2018 · 1hr 19mins
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The Full Count - Bob Lewis

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A new book tries to shed a little light on the dynamic between governments and the press. Power, Prime Ministers, and The Press charts the sometimes fractious, sometimes symbiotic history of the prime ministers and the Parliamentary press corps. The author is my old friend and colleague Bob Lewis and he joins me on The Full Count.

Oct 29 2018 ·
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Rick Fultineer & Bob Lewis: Construction Deep Dive

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BRG Managing Director Rick Fultineer and Director Bob Lewis join host Eddie Newland to discuss trends in the global construction industry. Topics include current hot spots for infrastructure construction, shortages in qualified labor, and litigation hurdles to avoid during boom times.

Sep 13 2018 · 22mins
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episode #020: Dr. Bob Lewis

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How to Win Friends and Influence by Dale Carnegie
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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made by Philip Yancey and Dr Paul Brand

A brief biography:
Dr Bob Lewis was born in Pontiac, Michigan in 1944. His father (Lynox) was the first in his family to graduate from college (Mississippi State). Lynox established connections with the YMCA while persuing a Masters in teaching at George Williams college in Chicago. His mother (Elizabeth) was working at a settlement house in Chicago when Lynox and Betty met. In 1948 Lynox accepted an offer from the International Committee of the YMCA to be the director of the Mexico City YMCA canp (Camohmila) near Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Bob and his older sister lived at Camohmila in and adobe house (no electricity or running water) for 3 years before the family moved into Mexico City. His elementary education was at the American School in Mexico City where half the courses (by Mexican law) were in Spanish.

In 1958 Lynox and Betty declined the YMCA's offer to move to Columbia (South America) and took the family to Berkeley, California. There Bob and his siblings got to experience an integrated school system just about the time the Civil Rights movement was begining in this country.. He helped form a group called Students for Equality.

Bob graduated from Berkeley High School with a passion for reading, science, and music. His college years at Harvard were enriched by music by Mozart, Bach and Gilbert and Sullivan. A biochemistry major led to a wonder of the miracle of life at the cellular and electrical level. The idea of becoming a physician came more from his friends in college than from family members. Georgetown Medical School proved to be a great fit for his interests in science and his passion for working with people.

Bob met Laurie (his wife) at Yale New Haven hospital where she was working as a new head nurse on a medical ward, and Bob was starting his internship. Bob and Laurie married during his residency and when they headed to Los Angeles for his infectious disease fellowship at UCLA they were proud parents.

The experience at UCLA included two years on the faculty before Bob chose patient care over laboratory science. Laurie and he set up a solo medical practice in San Pedro, California (before managed care contracts made it impossible to start a solo practice). The dream was big enough to overcome 22% interest rates and a number of people who told me it couldn't be done. Having a plan, doing the work, getting out of the office to meet people, making and keeping promises all were instrumental in making it work.

The 30 years of medical practice in LA led to growing the preeminent Infectious Disease practice in the area. We partnered with hard working, extremely bright physicians. In our private life Laurie and I coached soccer and baseball. Laurie volunteered as PTA president. We were blessed with four wonderful children, all of whom are now married and proud parents in their own right.

When a stroke abruptly ended my medical practice over 14 years ago I had the opportunity (and necessity) to reinvent myself. I began the journey back by training for and walking marathons (over 10 now). I had to regain my balance in the process.

I subsequently became a teacher of ESL (english as a second language) and then a teacher of ESL teachers.
More recently I became a certified nutritionist and a proponent of a diet rich in antioxidants. Most chronic debilitating diseases are associated with low antioxidant levels in our blood streams. Our journey along this path has been enhanced by a new health and wellness company (Jeunesse) and their study of youth enhancing science and products.
Feb 04 2018 · 1hr 19mins
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