Mike Keegan
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Career Advancement, Consulting, Networking
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"People with good ideas assume risk every day. The prospect of looking back and wondering, "What if..." is too high a price to pay for security."
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Father, husband, foodservice marketer.
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At 6:10am on October 10, 2008, Howard Appell said…
We are experiencing the same effects to the economy as other sectors and are fighting hard for every inch of ad space. We will prevail though it will turn around, it always does. Want to sell some ads? We pay commission.
At 3:08pm on October 9, 2008, Ken Burgin said…
Thanks for your support Mike - looks like a very interesting program. Let's keep in touch...
At 2:33pm on October 9, 2008, Mike Keegan said…
They made a decision about 5 years ago to stop investing in a paid circulation model. Now they are paying the price - they need readers to justify the advertising costs so they have to give it away free. And now they're spending money to give it away!
At 1:28pm on October 9, 2008, John Dumbrille said…
Thanks Mike, likewise. Good luck with FoodServiceRewards.
At 2:10pm on September 3, 2008, Roy MacNaughton said…
Mike:

I need to speak/email with you ASAP.

Time is of the essence.

Please get back to me at: roymacnaughton@gmail.com

Thanks,

Roy
At 11:29am on August 13, 2008, Jennifer Wilbur said…
Latest edition of my magazine was sent to you today ;o) Enjoy!
At 6:49am on August 5, 2008, Mike Keegan said…
Actually it ended up being an 8 oz. Filet Mignon wrapped in bacon. Yum. Can't remember the wine - a guest brought it but it was excellent (I'll have to look in the recycling bin and remember what it was so I can buy a bottle). Corn on the cob done on the grill with olive oil instead of butter and a spinach salad with a raspberry vinigrette dressing.

Appetizer was baguette sliced, crisped on the grill with a tomato-basil spread.

It was an excellent meal followed by a brandy and cigar on my deck.
At 6:42am on August 5, 2008, Jennifer Wilbur said…
Okay... super jealous on the NY strip... yum! Enjoy!!!! I hope that it's some fabulous red wine with that steak!!!

I'll get you the three latest editions of my magazine. Hope you enjoy.

Our website here is michiganrestaurant.org.
At 2:11pm on August 4, 2008, Jennifer Wilbur said…
Well honestly I don't do the print work... just the editing, writing, layout, concept etc... but I work with a great printing company... and our magazine is intended to be a resource for our members.

I'd be happy to send you a copy...

I'm out for the rest of the day... talk tomorrow!
At 12:31pm on August 4, 2008, Jennifer Wilbur said…
Unlike anything in the foodservice industry.

I'm interested... what is it!

Awe come on... publishing isnt that bad ;o)
 
 
 

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