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Theory After Hours: The Theory Hardware Podcast
66 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Episode 046: Jamie Adamchuk | Theory After Hours
Jamie has been in the professional training industry for over 10 years, serving executive management teams all over the world. He’s worked with multiple industries, from health to restaurant to heavy equipment to Real Estate, specializing in Customer Service and Strategic Business Growth . He’s an internationally Licensed Neuro Linguistic Master Practitioner trained by Richard Bandler, the same doctor who trained Tony Robbins himself. He served on the advisory council and test team for the world’s largest equipment dealership, as they successfully transitioned ERPs. He’s logged over 5000+ paid coaching hours, more than double the requirements for the International Coaching Federations prestigious Master Certified Coach Designation. Jamie has a deep passion to engage and empower businesses to reach their full potential and beyond, and shares all of his skills to assist those businesses in achieving exactly that, through his business, UE Coaching.
47 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
Episode 045: Kira Lewis | Naturopath | Theory After Hours
Dr. Kira Lewis is a naturopathic physician practicing in Prince George BC. She has a practice focus in women’s health with a special interest in fertility, pregnancy & post partum, and hormone health. She focuses on supporting the fundamentals of health and then layering individualized and targeted treatment onto those strong foundations, keeping in mind that everyone and their health are unique so figuring out what is going to work for each individual patient is what Dr. Lewis loves about her job. When she is not in the office seeing patients, you can find her out on her skis, mountain bike and spending time in nature. Website: drkiralewis.com/Instagram: @dr.kiralewis
78 minutes | May 14, 2019
Episode 044: Bailey vs Jonita | Theory After Hours | The Theory at Home Podcast
Make sure you tune in to this episode of Theory After Hours Podcast. Lemon Poppyseed Girl and Bailey sit down and talk about what it means to be an influencer, how we used to not like each other, and do women really support each other. It was a real and raw podcast and maybe a lot of was consumed while recording!!
62 minutes | May 2, 2019
Episode 043: Doug Bell | Theory After Hours | The Theory at Home Podcast
Doug Bell is the operating Partner and developer for the Family Fast Group of Companies and Proprietor of Northern Lights Estate Winery. This group includes Wendy’s Restaurant Franchises, Full service restaurants, U-brew wine & Beer brewing, land holdings, and Northern Lights Estate Winery Ltd. He is committed to excellence in Prince George and has volunteered for numerous local committees and sports coaching. He has previously served on several committees for the city of Prince George, UNBC, CNC and is currently on the Board of Directors for Tourism Prince George. Doug is also a past president of the national marketing association of Wendy’s Restaurants of Canada. Doug BellNorthern Lights Estate Winery Ltd.Prince George BC email@example.com
90 minutes | Apr 24, 2019
Episode 042: Hopson Construction | Theory After Hours | The Theory at Home Podcast
John and Katie started Hopson construction five years ago. They’ve grown the business from one house a year to multiple houses and building the last two Spruce Kings Show Home. They are currently in the process of building their third Spruce Kings Show Home for the organization. John runs and operates Hopson construction on the day-to-day building and construction side. Along with Katie, they design their builds. John graduated from University of Maine with a business degree while playing on a hockey scholarship there. Katie is the Marketing Manager for the Spruce Kings Show Home but is also a Flight Attendant. She has worked at WestJet for 15 years. Katie has spent her entire life working in the customer service industry. She grew up working at her family run hotel in Sauble Beach, Ontario. Katie is originally from Ontario but has spent most of her life in Prince George John is from Prince George, they both live together at Cluculz Lake with their dog Charlie. In the summer John and Katie love to spend time on the water either wake surfing, kayaking, or paddle boarding. They love the lake life.
74 minutes | Apr 10, 2019
Episode 041: Tasha Moodley | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Tasha Moodley is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and HR Consultant who excels at helping individuals and organizations to create positive change and maximize their potential, achieving the results they desire. She specializes in Leadership, Career & Life Coaching, and HR Consulting services for organizations, teams, leaders and individuals. She has successfully developed, delivered, and facilitated team and group workshops and business sessions for public, private sectors and conferences with a variety of audiences. Tasha has also served as Interim HR Manager for three organizations in Prince George during change within their organizations. She brings together her powerful coaching skills and experience in human resource management to deliver world class coaching services right here from Prince George. Tasha received a Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communication as well as an Honours degree in Industrial Psychology from the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. She completed her formal coaching education and accreditations through the International Coach Federation (ICF), and the world-renowned Coaches Training Institute (CTI). Tasha’s philosophy is to illuminate her surroundings by active community support and involvement. She is a Coach for the JDC West HR Team, UNBC. She has served as the Secretary (4 years) of the Board of Directors for IMSS (Immigrant Multicultural Services Society), and also served as the Vice President of Training (1 year) for Junior Chamber International (JCI) Prince George. She has volunteered her professional skills to various volunteer programs and service organizations including but not limited to, the Minerva Foundation for BC Women, the Carney Hill Neighbourhood Centre, and Immigrant Multicultural Services Society. Tasha was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 2007, she looked towards the beautiful and rapidly developing province of B.C, as a perfect environment to nurture her passion for people development and so her company, “Tasha Moodley – Professional Coaching & HR Consulting” was born. Now, she is proud to call Prince George her home and when not coaching Tasha can be found exploring the awe inspiring mountain biking trails of Northern BC. She is also a mother of a beautiful and curious 2-year-old girl. Coaching has been a wonderful realization of Tasha’s dream to make a positive impact in the world. Her combination of industrial psychology and co-active coaching gives her clients a distinct advantage. Tasha is proud to be recognized as ‘Top 40 Under Forty’ Prince George (2013).
73 minutes | Apr 2, 2019
Episode 040: Tamara Taggart | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Tamara Taggart is a community leader, activist, veteran broadcaster, cancer survivor, mother, and nomination candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada in Vancouver-Kingsway. With a broadcasting career spanning 28 years in television, radio, and digital media, Tamara has also focused two decades’ of volunteer efforts on health care and the well-being of children and people with disabilities. She is a community leader who advocates for others and raises much-needed funds for many important causes, contributing thousands of hours and serving as a director of several non-profit organizations. In 2015 Tamara was awarded the Order of BC—the highest honour awarded by the Government of British Columbia—in recognition of her years of public service. She also received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from the University of the Fraser Valley in 2016. In 2014, Tamara delivered a keynote lecture at TEDxSFU entitled Two Conversations that Changed My Life, which compared how doctors negatively told her about her baby’s Down syndrome yet were positive and encouraging when they delivered her cancer diagnosis. This talk struck a chord with medical professionals and universities around the world, and has been viewed more than 400,000 times. Tamara chaired BC Women’s Hospital’s Hope Starts Here campaign, raising $17 million for a newborn intensive care unit. Since 2014, she has also chaired the BC Cancer Foundation’s Inspiration Gala, raising more than $15 million for cancer research and treatment in British Columbia. Tamara is a sought-after keynote speaker on overcoming challenges and self-advocacy. She and her husband Dave have three children— son Beckett and daughters Zoë and Poppy. They also share their home with George their Airedale Terrier, Penelope their rescue dog from Mexico, and rescue cats Broccoli and Brussel Sprout.
65 minutes | Mar 26, 2019
Episode 039: Tessa Sam | Sweet Bake Shop | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
I’m the baker and dessert enthusiast behind Sweet Bake Shop. Over the past seven years, I’ve grown my company from a blog, to baking for customers from my downtown Vancouver apartment, to a bakery, to pop-up shops, to brand partnerships and a baking book – which you can now find in all major bookstores and online – yay! Here, you’ll find recipes, tutorials and blog posts on things I’m passionate about – food, business, travel…the list goes on! My goal is to share with you as much as possible and perhaps even lend a hand up to those who aspire to follow their sugar-coated dreams.RECIPES Let’s go back… In my early twenties, I graduated from broadcasting school and landed a job as a morning radio co-host. I was thrilled to be getting paid to talk, but the shiny newness of my job eventually wore off and I became increasingly unhappy and bored – so I left. I went back to my job as a waitress and additionally, picked up some part-time work at a bakery. It was there, surrounded by bowls of buttercream, covered in flour and working long, unglamorous hours, that something clicked: This was my happy place. Watching customers eyes light up when talking about or eating their favourite dessert was magical – good food has such a way of doing that – and that was something that I knew I wanted to be part of. A few years later, I attended the Peggy Porschen Academy in London, UK – a dream of mine for years – to really hone my skills in cookie decorating and specialty cake design. In 2014, I opened Sweet Bake Shop, a boutique bakery just a few blocks from my apartment, and I couldn’t have been more excited. The first few months were a blur of cake crumbs and little sleep. On more than one occasion, I found myself spending the night in my shop, napping on a piece of flattened cardboard, so that I could keep an eye on cake layers baking in the oven. Oh, the glamorous life of a new business owner! Just shy of my shop’s first birthday, I was contacted by my now-editor at Penguin Random House about a potential baking book deal and I knew I had to make a decision – keep my new business open or take the opportunity to write the baking book I had always wanted to write (there was no way I could juggle both). I really wanted to write a book but I’d heard from friends who had recently published their books that the writing process consumes your life. The trouble was, my life was currently consumed by my business. It was an incredibly tough decision to have to make. That summer, I closed the pink doors to my shop and said farewell, temporarily, to our beloved customers…and hello to the publishing world. And so here we are – two and a half years later. My company has evolved so much since closing my shop and while I do miss baking for customers every day, I really love where things are going. My book is about to hit shelves everywhere (pinch me!) and I can’t wait to share all of my recipes with you! This sugary world that brings so much joy to many is where I’m meant to be and I’m so happy that I’m able to share my version of it with you. Thanks for stopping by!
42 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
Episode 038: Sydney Socias | The Working Girl | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Sydney Socias was born & raised in Vancouver, BC where she now lives with her husband Roberto and puppy Xavi [cha-vee]. She started her blog as a university requirement, later rebranding to TheWorkingGirl.ca (while working a job she didn’t love) as a way to digitally showcase her work for potential future opportunities down the line. What she didn’t realize then was that this platform would grow into so much more. After two years of juggling a 9-5 Agency job, she took a massive leap of faith, started blogging full-time and got busy creating the life she’d always wanted. Today her blog is dedicated to sharing personal experiences, everyday style + beauty, product recommendations, quick/easy recipes & simple ways to refresh your space, all with a realistic and attainable approach anyone can follow. Sydney believes firmly that you can build a life to be proud of without having to go overboard or over budget. Sydney remains the sole creator and editor of her blog in an effort to provide value to her readers through authentic content that is true to her lifestyle.WEBSITE: theworkinggirl.ca/
59 minutes | Mar 12, 2019
Episode 037: Aly Armstrong | Event Planner | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Aly first started in the wedding and event industry over a decade ago, and although based in Vancouver, Canada, she has designed and executed events all over North America. She continues to be the Lead Designer for her wedding and event planning firm, Aly Armstrong Event Planning & Design, and ensures every member of her planning team delivers her vision and standards of stunning design, meticulous attention to detail, and perfect execution. Driven by her passion for beautiful design, Aly founded FLEUR, a luxury wedding show and forum, in 2018, which has attracted many elite industry professionals and celebrity influencers, including Jessica Mulroney, Erin Cebula, Kaitlyn Bristowe, and more. Aly is now sharing her wealth of wedding knowledge with brides-to-be in her new podcast and workshop series, giving in-depth instructions, tips, and tricks to help you pull off the wedding of your dreams. When she’s not smoothing out a veil, or preparing for her next event, Aly can be found at home or on the latest Disney cruise with her husband and two young boys.
74 minutes | Mar 5, 2019
Episode 036: Miriam Alden | Brunette The Label | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Miriam Alden is the founder, creative director and CEO of Brunette Showroom, Brunette the Label, and her most recent project, “The Babe List.” She is a proud wife, sister, daughter, friend, entrepreneur and lover of animals and life. She started in the fashion industry straight out of BCIT in 2005, and has worked in all aspects of the business ever since, from fashion writing to brand building and everything in between. Miriam launched Brunette Showroom in 2009, and then Brunette the Label in early 2014. She has built her businesses based on Brunette’s vision – “Uplift All Babes, All Day, Everyday” – and living her life motto of “Babes Supporting Babes”. Miriam has a mission to create a lifestyle of collaboration through her brand, and to change the meaning of the word “babe” to a source of positivity around self love and kindness. She heads an incredible team in Vancouver who all make the Brunette world go round, is currently working on Brunette’s growth into the US with an amazing team of reps, and is also expanding the brand internationally! When not working, you can find Miriam at the stables training as a competitive equestrian with her horses Josephine and Callaghan, or heading to her next travel destination where she draws inspiration for her life and her brand. WEBSITE: brunettethelabel.com/INSTAGRAM: @brunettethelabel
90 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
Episode 035: Izabela De Paz | The Cake Mama | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
The Mama Behind the Cakes I have been baking from home since 2006; when my first child was born. After years of creating on and off for friends and family, being coined “The Cake Mama” and realizing my love for baking and designing cakes, I decided to officially launch on my 30th birthday to celebrate a new decade of possibilities. Since The Cake Mama has been around, I have expanded my know-how to not only creating beautiful custom cakes for all occasions but to designing sugar cookies, macarons, cake pops, meringues and chocolate gems. I am a firm believer that if you put your mind to something and work hard, you will see the fruits of that labor. I love to learn new techniques to keep myself on trend and I love being inspired by bakers all over the world. In my personal life, I have a wonderful, loving and supporting husband who has been in my corner since the inception of my crazy love for baking. I am a mother to 3 lovely children (two girls and one boy) and I love watching each of them grow into amazing human beings. In 2018, Izabela completely shifted her baking to focus on creating vegan desserts to align with her lifestyle and has plans to grow The Cake Mama into a space that is a resource for not only how to recreate her pretty desserts, but how to incorporate a plant based lifestyle with ease LINKS: Website: www.thecakemama.ca Instagram: @the.cake.mama Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecakemama.ca
75 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
Episode 034: Bailey Stanworth | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Bailey Stanworth, the founder of PLAY Digital, is a creative soul by nature. By the age of 25 she had co-founded 2 brands, State of Grace and Piperwest all while working full time in the fashion and marketing space for brands like PRIVILEGE Clothing and lululemon. Now having branched out on her own, Bailey solely owns and operates both PLAY Digital and state of grace. working along side some of the top brands and influencers such as Kaitlyn Bristowe, Becca Kufrin, Luna Bronze, Chelsea King and many more. She believes that connection is one of the most powerful tools in business and that you can learn something from every person you are fortunate enough to cross paths with. But it doesn’t stop there… her newest project, What Day Is It? Podcast debuted at #13 on the iTunes Society & Culture chart and is already creating buzz with influential guests like The Birds Papaya. Clearly Bailey has no intention of slowing down anytime soon! B A I L E Y S T A N W O R T HFounder // @baileyjst // LET’S PLAY // playdigitalagency.comINSTA // @playdigital
68 minutes | Feb 11, 2019
Episode 033: Tracey Ayton | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Tracey has been a successful photographer for over 25 years. She graduated at Langara College with her photography degree, shot weddings and portraits for 15 years and went on to be an interior and lifestyle photographer. You can see her work published in numerous national & international magazines and online articles including: Martha Stewart, Domain Home, Rue, Kinfolk, Canadian House and Home, Style At Home and the Globe and Mail. She is a fourth generation Vancouverite and much of her inspiration is drawn from the beach just steps from her home where she lives with her husband and their dog Frankie.Website: www.traceyaytonphotography.comInstagram: @tracey_ayton
57 minutes | Feb 6, 2019
Episode 032: Bobbi Carpino | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
For the past 10 years, Bobbi has photographed hundreds of Prince George families documenting special moments in their lives. She started off with a home-based business, opened a storefront studio in downtown Prince George and in November, moved her studio to a beautiful 23 acre riverfront property in Salmon Valley. After graduating from Simon Fraser University, majoring in Criminology, Bobbi started her career as an Adult Probation Officer. Two years into her career, she experienced a traumatic experience while at work and as a result was diagnosed with PTSD. She eventually returned to work, however, the affects of the ongoing trauma had lasting affects. Shortly after the birth of her daughter, Bobbi started her photography business while still working part time as a Probation Officer. She knew that she could no longer keep doing the work she was doing and quit her career and took her photography business full time. Bobbi has loved being invited into the clients lives and capturing beautiful moments. Bobbi is passionate about living a life of Joy and carries this in everything she does. She has created the Capturing Joy Project and teaches others how to connect to their joy and how to create stunning images with their camera phone. She believes in giving back to her community as a volunteer business mentor for women, a youth group leader in her church and a board member with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Prince George. She is excited about her family’s newest adventure as the newest owners of the Salmon Valley Campground and her new stunning outdoor photography studio. CONTACT INFO/LINKS WEBSITE: www.bobbicarpinophotography.com PHONE: 250-613-2002 FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/bobbicarpinophotography/ INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/bobbicarpinostudio/ WEBSITE: www.salmonvalleycampground.com PHONE: 250-971-2223 FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/salmonvalleycampground/ INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/salmonvalleycampground/
83 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Episode 031: 2018 Year in Review | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
2018!!! What a year… Listen as we divulge into our awakening of becoming business owners, the highs throughout the year, the ultimate heartbreak for Angela and the new friendships we made along the way.
26 minutes | Jan 14, 2019
Episode 030: Gary Vaynerchuk | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Gary Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a modern-day media and communications holding company and the active CEO of VaynerMedia, a full-service advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients across the company’s 4 locations. In addition to VaynerMedia, VaynerX also includes Gallery Media Group, which houses women’s lifestyle brand PureWow and men’s lifestyle brand ONE37pm. In addition to running VaynerMedia, Gary also serves as a partner in the athlete representation agency VaynerSports, cannabis-focused branding and marketing agency Green Street and restaurant reservations app Resy. Gary is a board/advisory member of Ad Council and Pencils of Promise, and is a longtime Well Member of Charity:Water. Gary is a highly sought after public speaker, a 5-time New York Times bestselling author, as well as a prolific angel investor with early investments in companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Venmo, and Uber. Gary is currently the subject of DailyVee, an online documentary series highlighting what it’s like to be a CEO and public figure in today’s digital world, as well the host of The GaryVee Audio Experience, a top 100 global podcast, and host of #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show which can be found on both YouTube and Facebook. Gary also appeared as judge in Apple’s first original series “Planet of the Apps” alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, Jessica Alba and Will.i.am. Gary Vaynerchuk’s Story: Gary and his family immigrated to the US from Belarus in 1978. He lived with 8 family members in a studio apartment in Queens, New York, before relocating to Edison, New Jersey. Gary often calls himself a “purebred entrepreneur” having successfully started a lemonade franchise at age 7, and eventually selling tens of thousands of dollars worth of baseball cards and toys throughout his high school career. At 14 he joined his family business bagging ice for $2/hr. When Gary identified “the internet” as a land-grab opportunity in the late 90’s he transitioned his father’s local liquor store (then named “Shoppers Discount Liquors”) into one of the first e-commerce platforms for alcohol in the country resulting in explosive top-line growth. Renaming the business to “Wine Library,” Gary grew his father’s company from $3-60MM in sales during his tenure at Wine Library. During his time at Wine Library, Gary Vaynerchuk started one of the first long-form episodic video shows on YouTube in 2006 called WineLibraryTV. Gary produced an episode almost every day for 5 years . Gary’s charisma and uncanny ability to engage with his community landed him appearances on national television with Ellen Degeneres and Conan O’Brien. After growing his family business through what Gary calls “underpriced attention,” including the impact of content, ecommerce, email marketing, and Google AdWords, Gary began his own journey of producing original business content as the voice of entrepreneurship online. In 2008, Gary gave a keynote at Web 2.0 in New York City that would ultimately change his career. That speech solidified and was the backbone of Gary’s $1M, 10-book deal with HarperCollins leading to his first book, Crush It! in 2009 which went on to become an international bestseller laying the foundation for his principles on media, marketing, and communication. Soon after, Gary began angel investing in notable companies including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Uber, Snap and Venmo. Replicating what Gary had done for WineLibrary for other businesses and brands, Vaynerchuk then co-founded VaynerMedia in 2009 with his younger brother, AJ Vaynerchuk. True to his own DNA, Gary never raised startup funding and began the business in a conference room at Buddy Media. Just 9 years later, the company now includes more than 800 employees, servicing clients such as PepsiCo, GE, Johnson and Johnson, Chase, AbInBev and more. VaynerMedia has flourished into having built best-in-class capabilities in paid media, strategy, full-service creative, influencer marketing, IoT & Voice, eCommerce, personal branding, SMB marketing and in-house consulting. In 2017, VaynerMedia entered the publishing space by acquiring premiere women’s magazine PureWow under the Gallery Media Group and restructured into VaynerX. In the summer of 2018, the second media brand under the Gallery Media Group umbrella, men’s lifestyle brand ONE37pm was launched. True to his word, while scaling his business, Gary continued to behave as media company on his own writing 4 more New York Times bestselling business books and becoming one of the most sought after public speakers.. 5 Years in, Gary launched #AskGaryVee, a business and advice Q&A show online which later led him to launch DailyVee, a full-blown vlog documenting his life as a CEO. Pioneering the practice of building a personal brand, Gary devised a new content strategy by producing these pillar shows. Today, Gary has more than 12M combined followers across social media, producing content daily on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Spotify and more. Gary also hosts a global top 100 business podcast, The GaryVee Audio Experience, which features new episodes every day. In the Fall of 2017, Gary announced his first signature sneakers in collaboration with K-Swiss. The GaryVee 001 & 002s were released in November 2017, the GaryVee 003s were released in July 2018 & the GaryVee 004s will be released later this year. Gary’s life ambition is the pursuit of buying the New York Jets.
43 minutes | Dec 21, 2018
Episode 029: Caked by Katie | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Katie is a local stay-at-home mom turned self-taught cake artist now known as CAKED by Katie. Raised in Prince George, along with her 2 sisters, she grew up baking raisin oatmeal cookies and biscuits. After the birth of her oldest daughter, and stuck inside during the cold winters of Fort St. John, Katie started to hone her love of baking. Two more daughters and one more move back to Prince George, Katie took the leap of faith and started CAKED by Katie. Combining both worlds of mothering and baking has been a dream worth working for. Facebook: www.facebook.com/cakedbykatie/
73 minutes | Dec 12, 2018
Episode 028: Jonita Hayer | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Jonita is a local social media influencer. Born and raised in Prince George she is a loving wife (Robin) and proud mother of son (Reign) and fur puppies (Pancakes) and (Sophie). She has generated a large following from her fashion, beauty and lifestyle Instagram @lemonpoppyseedgirl. She has travelled all over the world and stays on top of new fashion and beauty trends to keep her followers engaged with quality and informative content. When Jonita isn’t being a social butterfly she can be found shopping at her favorite local stores or working on her fitness.
43 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
Episode 027: Jamie & Michelle | Theory After Hours | The Theory Hardware Podcast
Michelle and Jamie’s story starts long before they were Mortgage Brokers, as they met through mutual friends in 2005 and became fast friends. In 2009, Michelle left BMO to start her new career as a Mortgage Broker. In 2012, Jamie made a big career change, transitioning from working in the medical field to becoming a Mortgage Broker. They remained great friends but worked independently while they established their careers and finally officially joined as a true team in 2017. They saw great opportunities in taking a true team approach due to having similar values which are the core of PG Mortgage Brokers; client care, family and community support. The team approach allows them to have a work and family life balance while providing the absolute best client experience. CONTACT INFO/LINKS WEBSITE: www.pgmortgagebroker.com Michelle Cell: 250-649-8159 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Jamie Cell: 250-552-4727 Email: email@example.com
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