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You've Likely Been Hacked. And Your Details are For Sale.

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Release Date: 09/16/2019

Bill Kraus of Page & Jones: Moving Product Across Borders Across the World show art Bill Kraus of Page & Jones: Moving Product Across Borders Across the World

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Bill Kraus knows the intricate details of moving product across the borders all over the world. Customs can be tricky and very detailed and Page & Jones' clients leave this responsibility to experts like Page & Jones to manage for them. Bill and his colleagues get it through customs and into his customer's hands. Bill tells us how today's tariffs and a true global economy have impacted his company and what he expects going forward.  

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Sean Sullivan's Motivation: Get It Right for His Listeners show art Sean Sullivan's Motivation: Get It Right for His Listeners

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

When Sean Sullivan took over 106.5FM in 2007, the economy was in terrible shape. Sean saw an opportunity to build a radio station that served listeners of southwest Alabama in a way no other talk station was doing at the time. Today, due largely to Sean's and his team's tireless efforts, FMTalk 106.5 is a key ingredient for information and entertainment in Mobile and Baldwin counties and beyond. Meet the man behind the voice who stays current on the issues and keeps his team focused forward. 

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Matt Armbruster - A Calling for Putting Folks Back to Work show art Matt Armbruster - A Calling for Putting Folks Back to Work

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Matt Armbruster runs Ransom Ministries in Mobile. Their goal is to simply put marginalized people that we too often overlook back to work and get them off the streets. They learn skills designed to build character, hard work, and loyalty and they learn the skills by being paid to do work that Matt and his team oversee. Matt is a force for good in this community. He's an uplifting man of character. And we could all would benefit by hearing his story and the stories of some of his rehabilitated clients.

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Stanton Moore: A Work Ethic that Never Skips a Beat show art Stanton Moore: A Work Ethic that Never Skips a Beat

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Stanton Moore's dozens of recordings, contributions to other's recordings, appearances on multiple soundtracks, and appearances on late night TV are a testament to two things: talent + work ethic. Today he tours the nation and performs about 100 dates a year with the band Galactic of which he, along with the four other founding members, is a twenty percent partner. The band also now owns New Orleans iconic live music venue Tipitina's. He's popular. He's busy.

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You've Likely Been Hacked. And Your Details are For Sale. show art You've Likely Been Hacked. And Your Details are For Sale.

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Glenda Snodgrass says you and I have probably already been hacked. And our information is for sale on the Dark Web to the highest bidder. Even little ole you and little ole me are targets for these industrious and entrepreneurial criminals. Glenda walks us through what to know, what to do and, most importantly, how things work in the world of internet cyber crime.

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Not Just Dorms: An Entrepreneurial Business that Makes Dorm Decoration Quick, Pretty, and Lightweight show art Not Just Dorms: An Entrepreneurial Business that Makes Dorm Decoration Quick, Pretty, and Lightweight

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

When Shawn Cushing moved her oldest daughter into college in 2012 she was shocked at what she spent, how heavy it was, and how much work it was. An entrepreneurial spirit, Shawn dove into finding ways to make the whole process quick, easy, less expensive, and light-weight. In 2019 she and Annie Henseler will fill between 500 and 600 orders for their dorm decor and the products will be shipped to campuses all over the USA. Listen to a great story of finding a market need and expertly filling it. 

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Farm to Table Phenom: Chef Chris Rainosek of Mobile's The Noble South show art Farm to Table Phenom: Chef Chris Rainosek of Mobile's The Noble South

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Chef Chris Rainosek brought The Noble South restaurant to downtown in Mobile at the beginning of Dauphin Street's recent renaissance. It's busy every day and night. We talk to Chef Chris and learn how he stays current with the trends shaping the restaurant business, how he works with growers to get local ingredients, and how he sets the tone for his team in both the kitchen and the front of the house.

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SA Recycling: George Adams leads 2700 employees, 77 locations, $1B in sales show art SA Recycling: George Adams leads 2700 employees, 77 locations, $1B in sales

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

George Adams leads SA Recycling based in Anaheim, California. Don't think glass bottles and aluminum cans. Think shredded automobiles and old railroad tracks. He's grown the company to over $1B in sales and his employees LOVE him. He's a fan of bottom-up leadership: Let the employees who do the hard work make the suggestions for improvement and follow their lead. His stories and examples clearly show he practices what he preaches.

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Perking Along for Four Generations: Matt Saurage and Community Coffee show art Perking Along for Four Generations: Matt Saurage and Community Coffee

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Matt's Saurage's vow is to keep the company true to its roots by providing the best, most consistent brew of coffee the company is capable of and keeping the company viable for the next generation of Saurage. He's also a fan local coffee shops which, he says, often begins a person's relationship with the beverage by way of its social qualities. If you're a coffee fan, you'll want to listen in. 

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Moondance Adventures: A Summer Camp for Youth that Teaches Lessons for Life show art Moondance Adventures: A Summer Camp for Youth that Teaches Lessons for Life

What's Working with Cam Marston presented by Coastal Alabama Community College

Hayes Hitchens has created a summer camp experience for youth that takes them all over the globe to push themselves in unexpected ways. Though the destinations may be exotic, the environment, the treks, the goals, and the teamwork forces the participants to work together. And the outcome, according to Hitchens, is a confident child who knows how to support their colleagues and overcome significant obstacles. They learn how to do hard things.

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Glenda Snodgrass says you and I have probably already been hacked. Many times. And our information is for sale on the Dark Web - which is a real place - to the highest bidder. Even little ole you and little ole me are targets for these industrious and entrepreneurial criminals. Glenda walks us through what to know, what to do and, most importantly, how things work in the world of internet cyber crime.

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