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That Business Show 2.0 is a daily online videocast and podcast that speaks with entrepreneurs and business professionals about business building tips and aims to give the listeners tools, tips and resources to grow their own business. Find it online each morning at www.thatbusinessnetwork.com from 9am to 10am M-F EST.

That Business Show 02-26-2015

02-26-2015

Today on That Business Show, I had the pleasure of welcoming Kimberly Wilson, Director of Innovation at The Lutz Learning Center.  The Lutz Learning Center is a family owned private school that specializes in non-traditional educational methods for children aged 2 through 8th grade.  Kimberly is a 2nd generation family member and former student at this school which was founded by her Mother as an alternative to the public school system that they felt lacked the resources necessary to properly educate her children.  Kimberly Wilson and The Lutz Learning Center are strong educational advocates and highly involved in the educational process both publically and privately.  Learn more about this fascinating school and Kimberly Wilson at their website www.lutzlearning.com or contact Kimberly directly at 813-949-3484.  Email her as well at Kimberly@lutzlearning.com.

The 2nd half of the show was highlighted by an appearance by Jim Yeager, owner of Yeager and Company and regular Expert Contributor to That Business Show.   Yeager and Company is a third generation family owned business based in Odessa, Florida and is a full service Contracting company.  Jim also offers listeners of That Business Show a special offer on flooring, just mention you heard him on the radio.  Learn more at http://www.yeagerflooring.com or phone at 727-375-7813 or email at jyeager@yeagerflooring.com!

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