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John Allin launches Internet talk show

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"Managing Snow & Ice with John Allin" debuts on BLOGTALKRADIO, which will be a weekly broadcast.

| January 2, 2013

John Allin Consulting has launched a weekly BlogTalkRadio show, “Managing Snow & Ice with John Allin,” which will focus on the many facets of the professional snow and ice management industry. 

The broadcast will include three unique segments, Thoughts & Reflections, The Guest Interview, and a special outreach segment to those directly involved with pushing snow and deicing sites. Questions from the listening audience will be asked of our guests, host and others who will be on the broadcast. 

The show is hosted by John Allin, co-hosted by Tammy Johnson and produced by Stephen Georgy.

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The first broadcast which will air on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 at 7 p.m. EST, and will feature an exclusive interview with George Gaumer.  Having spent over 30 years with Davey Tree, Gaumer has seen the growth of the industry throughout the years. George has served on the Board of Directors of PGMS, GIE & ALCA. 

 “George's successful career speaks for itself," Allin says. "He will be retiring in the spring and the industry will be losing a great asset.  I can’t think of a better person to help us launch into this new technology than someone who has seen the industry grow from plow jockeys to risk managers.”
 

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