Summary: Not sure if there were jagoffs in the 1700’s, but punishments were more severe! The almost 2020 jagoffs got a glimpse of tax collection gone wrong, a history lesson about the Whiskey Rebellion from Jeff Kotula and Trip Klein of Washington County and the significance at Providence Point. Kelly from 100.7 Star Pittsburgh dishes her own history and Kimberly McBane acclimates us to the medical progression in Washington County. At the close John and Rach meet their podcasting neighbors, Jon and Zac of an all-whiskey podcast.
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Music: Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons
SPONSOR: Rohrich Honda has gotten acclimated to their Bloomfield community with visits to different businesses. The Jagoffs, and sales manager Larry, test drive different Hondas and learn the reason behind the Rohrich advantage. Plus, with elite customer service and a dedicated repair team, we learn time after time the reason for their longevity in Pittsburgh. Find out which is your favorite Honda and remember the folks at Rohrich Honda when you are ready for a new ride. Visit www.RohrichHonda.com and experience the difference.
Question of the day: Speaking of tar and feathering, worst punishment ever?
04:06 Trip Klein: The “Benevolent Master” planner of the 10th Anniversary of the Whiskey Rebellion Festival, Trip Klein stops by the podcast tent to discuss the weekend whiskey activities that includes live music, historical reenactments, heritage crafts and more! The event always falls on the second week in July in case visitors miss this year’s fun, and The Bradford House Museum is open all year round with distilleries in proximity. Fun Fact: Trip is the ORIGINAL tar and feathered victim from ten years ago!
12:25 Kelly from STAR: Kelly from 100.7 Star Pittsburgh discusses her own history through radio as well as the hilarious obstacles of motherhood. The true STAR of the show, Kelly showcases her many talents of being an on-air voice, comedic-quality commentary, and all around down-to-earth, classy gal. Though she may be over “Body Like a Back Road” by Sam Hunt, she gets by her day by listening to Post Malone’s new hit, “Wow.”
28:52 Jeff Kotula: Jeff Kotula, President of the Washington Chamber of Commerce and head of tourism for Washington County, discusses the Whiskey Rebellion Festival as well as the variety of activities and sightseeing adventures Washington County has to offer for the community and outside visitors. Among the shopping amenities, special events and historical tourist attractions, the live tar and feathering is just an added bonus!
36:15 Eileen Moore: Eileen Moore, Marketing Director of Providence Point relaxes maps out the amenities, benefits and vibrant lifestyle Providence Point has to offer. Beyond the perks, Eileen schools the duo in history by highlighting the whiskey rebellion and how it incorporates to the Hamilton Tower, the newest addition to luxurious living at Providence Point. The Hamilton Tower, a residential building with 70 one- and two-bedroom apartments, additional guest rooms, under-building parking and new public spaces will be opening in mid-October.
55:44 Kimberly McBane: Kimberly McBane, Executive Vice President of Operation of PathWays of South Western Pa, and relative to the Jagoff bloodline, describes how the organization helps children and adults with intellectual disabilities and autism thrive to a fulfilling and functional life through the special programs. As a sponsor for kid activities for the Whiskey Rebellion Festival, PathWays is committed to engaging with neighborhood communities across the region while celebrating the small victories the organization gains every day.
1:08 Zack and John: Those Dram Yinzers Podcast hosts, Jon and Zack, were in Rachael’s tent all day! Now it’s time to talk to the neighbors about, their podcast all about whiskey!
SPONSOR: Rohrich Honda has gotten acclimated to their Bloomfield community with visits to different businesses. The Jagoffs, and sales manager Larry, test drive different Hondas and learn the reason behind the Rohrich advantage. Plus, with elite customer service and a dedicated repair team, we learn time after time the reason for their longevity in Pittsburgh. Find out which is your favorite Honda and remember the folks at Rohrich Honda when you are ready for a new ride. Visit www.rohrichHonda.com and experience the difference.
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