Small business owners across Lubbock are smiling in front of the camera.
A new television show, Good Business with Charlie Whisner, encourages owners of local businesses to speak up about what they have to offer consumers on the South Plains.
It's no secret that Lubbock is a small business friendly community. With 98 percent of its enterprise made of small locally owned businesses, that calculates to about 37,887 business owners that have something important to say.
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Good Business is a cost effective way for owners to show what actually goes on inside the business. Each business owner gets four minutes to talk to viewers. After watching just one segment viewers will know what restaurant a mariachi band plays at on Thursday nights. They'll know how a certain massage therapist could help mothers get pain relief during pregnancy. Ever wonder who has specials running on spray in bed liners and other truck accessories? What if you and your canine need a haircut? Just turn on your TV for these and many more useful tidbits. Good Business with Charlie Whisner airs at 7:30am and 8:30pm and midnight Monday through Friday on Cox Cable Channel 78. It runs every weekday on Cox Cable Channel 9 at 11:30am. It runs every Saturday on UPN22 at 3:30, and you can also find Good Business with Charlie Whisner weekdays between 7 and 8am when your watching the KLBK13 morning news.
other business owners have to say
Clay Hoffman also uses the show to shop for his own business needs. "I buy my advertisement signs from Sign Pro." he laughs. Sign Pro is also featured on the Good Business Show.
The show's creator describes it like this, "Try to think of it as a video version of the yellow pages, with a guy holding a large microphone and bringing the business owner's personality on camera Who doesn't want to know someone before they do business with them? We try to bridge the gap"
owners interested in being on the show can call Charlie with W Productions
at (806) 783-9768 for more information.
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In addition, his digital short "Bloodline" has been seen at film festivals ranging from the Fiery Film Fest in New Mexico to the Shriekfest in Los Angeles.
Most recently, Charlie has begun campaigning to take the mystery out of movie-making and make it more accessible to people who wouldn't ordinarily have a chance to learn about the business.
W Productions has recently started a "talent division" that will involve many local actors and models This will bring more local opportunity for local talent to be seen.
can be seen in full
16 times per week
with segments daily on KLBK.
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