Arizona Bike Week – Hamsters Charity Ride at Paul Yaffe Originals

Rusty Wallace Paul Yaffe Hamsters

The Social Television Network (STNTV) caught up with the Hamsters and other Harley Davidson enthusiasts from across the nation at the Hamster’s Annual Charity Dry Heat Run 2016. The Dry Heat Run helps to raise funds for LifeScape Child’s Care of South Dakota. Participant interviews include:

  • Former NASCAR driver Rusty Wallace
  • Paul Yaffe – owner of Paul Yaffe Originals Baggers Nation
  • And other notable Hamster members including: Harlan Schillinger, Clyde Fessler, Adrian Ness, Chad Chastagner, and Greg Wick.

To learn more or donate to LifeScape Children’s Care, please visit: www.lifescapesd.org

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STNTV Interviews Howard Farran About Trends In Dental Advertising & Marketing

Howard Farran Dental Town

Howard Farran sits down with The Social Television Network (STNTV) to discuss a number of topics and trends including:

  • The recent recent release of his newest book: UNCOMPLICATED BUSINESS
  • The success of his organization Dentaltown
  • Small business management: People, Time, and Money
  • The importance of video marketing

For more information about Howard’s organizations and work…
Website: www.dentaltown.com
Book: http://www.amazon.com/Uncomplicate-Business-Takes-People-Money/dp/1626341796/
Phone: (480) 893-2273

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How a Mammogram Could Save Your Life

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A mammogram: Should you get one? Many women have made the decision to stop going in for a mammogram, but could you be putting yourself at risk for breast cancer? Dr. Albert Wendt, from Dignity Health, is in studio discussing the importance of early detection and how to go about it.

Early Detection: Finding Breast Cancer Early

According to Dr. Wendt, 95% of women who catch breast cancer in the early stages will survive beyond 5 years.

For more information about breast cancer and Dignity Health:
Website: www.dignityhealth.org/stjosephs/
Phone: (602)406-UACC (8222)

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