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Have you heard the news?!
We have worked hard, and are one of only 4 finalists in what could be a life-changing opportunity for our salon and our community!
Cory Hepola with WCCO has partnered with Starkey Hearing & Media Minefield in the first ever “Hey We’re Building A Brand”. The contest is all about small businesses in the Minneapolis & St. Paul area who want to build or rebuild their brand during these challenging times. With the grand prize being a $5,000 grant from Starkey Hearing, an exclusive advertising schedule with 830 WCCO Radio, and a six months of consulting services for your small business from Media Minefield. How could we pass up on such awesomeness?!?!
I guess they agreed that we, too, were awesome, and have selected us from a pool of countless other influential small businesses!
This is our chance to tell our story, strengthen and refine our mission, and to help spread the word about the need for accessible and welcoming spaces for people of all walks of life, abilities, and presentations, especially in the self-care portion of the service industry. Even if we don’t win, the chance to learn, grow, and share is one that we won’t soon forget, and are extremely grateful and humbled to be selected.
We’re so excited to get insights and inspiration form Starkey Hearing President Brandon Sawalich and Media Minefield Founder/CEO Kristi Piehl. During each conversation about small business they will be discussing leadership, knowing your strengths, company culture, improving your social media and website and much more!
Perham, Minnesota native Cory Hepola talks about the thing you’re talking about around your dinner table. The latest in social media, student loans, the changing face of health concerns, what’s cool for cord cutters to watch. Radio with a purpose is important to Cory so if you’ve ever found yourself longing for a radio show that’ll make you feel GOOD, this is the one.
Cory Hepola is the Host of “Hey It’s Cory Hepola” from 9-Noon on iconic WCCO Radio in Minneapolis where he’s been named “100 People To Know in 2020” for his leadership and creativity by “Twin Cities Business.”
Before his transition to radio, Cory won two Emmy-Awards for Outstanding TV Anchor while at KARE 11 (2016 & 2018) and has been called a “Game Changer” in local media, landing on the cover of “Twin Cities Business” magazine in 2017.
Cory is also an Inspirational Speaker, sharing his message “Leave Fear Behind, Realize Your Potential” where he lays out four qualities we all need to identify: our core values, strengths, weaknesses, and a larger purpose, while hitting on themes of faith, transparency, perseverance, and overcoming our fears.
Learn more about Cory at his website http://coryhepola.com/
Kristi Piehl began her career in news. As a reporter and anchor, she worked at five different television stations and had the privilege of telling people’s stories. Her award-winning career also exposed her to the power of news and the frustrations of working with traditional public relations agencies who didn’t “get it”. The seed of Media Minefield was planted….
Learn more about Kristi’s founders journey here: My Founder’s Story
Named President of Starkey in 2017 and Chief Executive Officer in 2020, Brandon Sawalich leads a global team of more than 5,000 employees, with facilities in over 26 countries. He drives the strategic direction of Starkey and works closely with the Executive Team and other leaders throughout the organization to support the company’s values and goals.
Learn more about what Brandon is bringing to the table in this interview form the
Starkey Hearing Innovation Expo 2020
To stay up to date with the program, listen Monday mornings during Cory’s 9-12 show on WCCO Radio, or stream the “Hey We’re Buidling a Brand” Podcast online or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts!
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It is with great respect and humility that we acknowledge that we gather and create on the traditional land of the Dakota people and the many other tribes that have stewarded it for generations. This beautiful and often complicated city has been the ancestral home to the Dakota people, as well as a home to the Ojibwe (Anishinaabeg), Ho-Chunk, Cheyenne, Oto, Iowa, Sauk and Meskwaki people over generations. The continual strategic disenfranchisement of the colonial settlers on the native peoples of this land have diminished but not deterred the capacity for acknowledgement of the many gifts, strengths, voices, and achievements of the indigenous people that have come before, as well as those that remain in our communities.
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