Moody on the Move

Supporting Southwest Michigan’s Local Businesses

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June 2021: Moody on the Move travels to Countryside Academy in Benton Harbor. Countryside Academy is a tuition-free, Young 5s – 12th Grade public school system serving approximately 750 students and their families in Southwest Michigan. Their 98 acre site includes a greenhouse, woods, ponds, stream and gardens. Students can attend full time or part time to take advantage of their many programs such as aviation. Watch the interview and learn more about this great resource for education.

 


May 2021: In this episode of Moody on the Move, we are headed to Niles to talk with Dr. Zechariah Hoyt, Director, Early Childhood Development for our local YMCA of Greater Michiana (Benton Harbor-St. Joseph YMCA). Find out what’s in the works for this summer and learn how the YMCA adapts to the needs of the communities they serve.

A special thank you to our friends at United Federal Credit Union. We certainly appreciate all the things that you do for Michigan’s Great Southwest everyday.

Also a hats off to our friends from Little Red Fern Productions, who work their magic and make us look good every week.


April 2021: In this episode of “Moody on the Move” we are speaking with Jordan Hurst, a young entrepreneur in Watervliet and Coloma, Michigan. Jordan worked hard, rising up through the ranks of Subway moving from employee to now franchise owner of two stores. Jordan loves what he does and is passionate about investing in the communities he serves and lives in. It’s an inspiring story! We enjoyed getting to know Jordan and we hope you will be inspired to support this local business owner in Michigan’s Great Southwest.


March 2021: This month, Pat talks to Ron at PRIDE, The Portable Toilet Company about the importance of taking pride in excellent customer service. See more at Pride’s website at prideportabletoilets.com


February 2021: Moody on the Move heads to St. Joe to speak with Van’s Medical Equipment about their service to the community and the importance of buying locally.

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January 2021: Pat speaks with Arthur & Sarah of the Southwest Michigan Regional Chamber about the importance of supporting local businesses, the #BuyLocalBerrienChallenge, and the importance of membership.

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It has been a very unpredictable year for many small businesses in Michigan’s Great Southwest. One of the biggest challenges for owners, operators, and managers is how to inform customers about their operations. When it comes to information regarding local businesses in Southwest Michigan, one name comes to mind.

Pat Moody.

We’ll be sending the “Booming Voice Of Business” Pat Moody to one local business each month to feature that business in a video that will be posted to MoodyOnTheMarket.com and WSJM.com. The interviews cover business struggles, successes, availability, and how the community can support their business. In addition, videos will be hosted as advertisements on the MoodyontheMarket.com Facebook page and promoted on-air at News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM.

Would your business like to be considered for this advertising program? Let us know.

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A representative of Mid-West Family will follow up about your advertising request with pricing and scheduling opportunities for Moody on the Move. Thanks for your interest!