Old Grey Mayors - A Podcast Worth Listening To!
June 02, 2021, Kitchener, Ontario
Posted by: Robert Deutschmann, Personal Injury Lawyer
Have you had a chance to tune into Old Grey Mayors yet? I am really proud that what started as an experiment has turned into a popular and successful podcast. I just wrapped taping episode 24 and I am proud of the work and the guests who have come on.
There's unvarnished talk about local and regional politics, stories about the keys to success, and others about the paths to failures. If you are a local resident then you're bound to learn something about the politics that impact your daily life.
I wrote about the podcast almost a year ago on my blog, and I'd like to invite you to come and have a listen if you haven't had a chance yet. It looks like many of us may be heading back to commuting soon and podcasts are a great way to fill the time in the car.
It's free to download the episodes and the chats are just that. A couple of friends or colleagues sharing war stories of life in politics. From Ken Seiling to Bryan Stortz, Jean Halboom to Brenda Holloran. Carl Zehr to Ross Kelterborn, I like to joke that we are all either old, grey or former mayors. Some of us are all three things!
Check-in regularly for new podcasts and share them with your friends.
You can listen online here or find the podcast where you listen to them.
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