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THE SANDLER TRAINING RADIO SHOW
Every week Jim hosts the Sandler Training Radio Show. This is a show that is put together with the business owners and managers in mind. We talk about tips and tactics to keep the saw sharp so that we can continue to grow our business and learn from others mistakes. Each week, we invite business owners and managers to be a guest on our program. It gives them a chance to influence others starting out and it also gives them an opportunity to share their company and what it is their company does.
Interested in being on the show? Contact Justin Stephens at 208-429-9275 or Justind.stephens@sandler.com

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Remember the year 2000, when measels was almost gone?

Remember the year 2000, when measels was almost gone?

We’ve been talking about the Medical Emergency declared in Western Washington due to an outbreak of the measles this week on KBOI. At last check, there were 38 confirmed cases and 12 other children who are suspected to have the disease. The outbreak has now spread to 3 other states also…Hawaii, Georgia and Oregon. It’s…

Another award, spring training…ya know…your usual retirement

Another award, spring training…ya know…your usual retirement

I have been retired for more than a month now, and people constantly ask me how it feels. It feels great, but I keep finding subjects that I would love to talk about on the air. Subjects that get my blood moving still pop up from time to time. Outside of a quick trip to…

On Monday morning January 14th, for the first time in 51 years, someone other than Paul J woke up the listeners of 670 KBOI. That someone was me, as a new era began with Kasper and Chris in the morning on KBOI. To say, I was a little nervous would be putting it mildly. I…

Thank you to “The Winter Kid”

Thank you to “The Winter Kid”

When I was in elementary school, probably first through fourth grade, I used to listen to the radio every morning while eating breakfast.  My mother would turn on the radio and tune it to 1310 AM, which was KLIX in Twin Falls.  KLIX, just like KBOI in Boise at the time, was a full-service radio…