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Laughing On The Sidelines
Friar Tuck Haircuts & Our Favorite Shoes

Laughing On The Sidelines

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2023 86:24


On this week's episode, JP is back and literally smokes and sleeps all weekend, and chasing a kid at Top Golf looks fun. Aaron Rodgers is going to sit in a dark room for 4 days, and LeBron James is still not better than Michael Jordan. Is spanking your children overrated or underrated, and how far of a drive is it from Miami to Florida? What is the most obscure super power you would want to have, and what are your favorite shoes? Would you rather rock a "Friar Tuck" haircut or get roofied by JP? Enjoy another episode, and keep on laughing, assholes!

Down in Alabama with Ike Morgan

A Huntsville councilman's arrest; TopGolf in Mobile; Roy Wood Jr. and the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

101.3 KDWB Clips
6 AM Hour - Threw Golf Club at Top Golf

101.3 KDWB Clips

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 23:33


Dave is live with us this morning from Ohio after his Magic Convention, We all talk about our weekends and discover some shocking things about them, Can't Make This Up, & More!

The Dave Ryan Show
6 AM Hour - Threw Golf Club at Top Golf

The Dave Ryan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 23:33


Dave is live with us this morning from Ohio after his Magic Convention, We all talk about our weekends and discover some shocking things about them, Can't Make This Up, & More!

Ditching Perfection
Episode 42: The Tables Have Turned... Mike Is Hosting the Pod This Week!

Ditching Perfection

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 56:03


To kick off 2023, my husband, Mike, is hosting the show and interviewing me! In this episode, we chat about Top Golf, my *slight* (okay, maybe not so slight) obsession with brightly colored clothes, and how trying new, hard things is a necessary part of our spiritual growth. We are excited to invite you to the Bartlett fam table for this conversation! Check out my new Bible Study, "The Gift of the Unexpected," at carlycommunicates.com/resources. Are you looking for a speaker for your next conference, retreat, or church event? If so, I'd love to chat about how I could partner with you in that way! Send me a note at carlycommunicates.com/contact to tell me about what you've got cookin'! As always, I love connecting with you on instagram. You can find me @carlycommunicates. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carly-bartlett/support

At The Turn
Stories Too Good To Be True, Top Golf Etiquette & Tucked Or Untucked w/Matchstick Golf President Dane Delgado

At The Turn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 53:41


Sometimes a golf story is TOO good to be true so we're putting a few under the magnifying glass, discussing whether to bring your own sticks to Top Golf and deciding if untucking is a scandal with friend of the pod Dane Delgado

The Uneducated Duo
This Is How Our Weekend Went.

The Uneducated Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 75:26


One Gotta Go appetizers. Wings vs Nachos vs Pretzels vs Mozzarella sticks We tried TOP GOLF out. El Chapo's son was captured by Mexican authorities. The town broke out into a war zone. U.S. soccer star Gio Reyna's parents admit to reporting coach Gregg Berhalter for domestic abuse. Wrexham A.F.C beat Championship side Coventry 4-3 in FA Cup. Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city album hits 10 year mark on Billboard 200. The Hypothetical Moment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theuneducatedduopodcast/support

LINKS Golf Podcast
Ep. 129: The Top Golf Trails You Can Play

LINKS Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 34:22


The hosts take a deep dive on golf trails and suggest which ones you should visit on this episode of the LINKS Golf Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Golfing At Dodger Stadium @ConwayShow

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 34:22


Steve Gregory – CES Update / Plowed into Paula Abdul Straight Up // Mega Millions up to $940 Millions / 7-11 clerk treats everyone suspicious // Scratchers worth millions sold in CA / Top Golf at Dodgers Stadium// Southwest debacle will cost them $825 Million

The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText
Pete Wlodkowski, AmateurGolf.com | Episode No. 333

The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by MemberText

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 48:09


Founded in 1999, AmateurGolf.com is dedicated to the 99.7% of golfers who aren't pros! The web's best source of amateur golf tournament information - posting regularly on Facebook with player and tournament features, equipment and course reviews, and more. On this episode of The Wednesday Match Play Podcast presented by Mindful "U", founder Pete Wlodkowski gives us an overview of AmateurGolf.com, comments on Topgolf, explains their sponsorship with brands like Callaway, Titleist and Cobra Golf and explains their mission. He also details their leaderboards and introduced the Amateur Golf Scoreboard. This was an unforgettable conversation, a great way to start the New Year, and an honor having Pete on this show. Let's tee off.

CrossPolitic Studios
HtBT: Ep 291 – Mattel wants to make you gender neutral [HTBT]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 5727:55


Top Golf is cool. Mattel wants to teach your kids how to be gender neutral by rolling out a new product line of dolls. Click here to be part of Reformgelical. Join our monthly book club by clicking here. This month's book Never Split the Difference. Like our Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow us on Minds New Perk! Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member click here, scroll down, and put "HTBT" in the memo to get a HTBT mug.

Discover Lafayette
Adam Daigle, Business Editor of The Acadiana Advocate, Looks Back on 2022

Discover Lafayette

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 41:44


Adam Daigle, Business Editor of the Acadiana Advocate, joined Discover Lafayette to discuss the biggest news stories of 2022. The top five stories give our community great hope for the future, even with inflation dampening the economy. The #1 story of the year is the phenomenal growth in South Lafayette led by the developments in the second phase of the Ambassador Town Center near Costco in South Lafayette at the corner of Creek Farm Road and Ambassador Caffery Parkway. Expectations are that Dave & Busters and the popular Topgolf are on the way. Also in the works are Jet Coffee, luxury apartments, and a discount tire retailer. The #2 story of the year is the opening of the Lofts at the Municipal in Downtown Lafayette. Offering 68 units, the site is at the former federal courthouse, police station, and library. Adam says, "The successful completion of this project showed everyone that Lafayette can do hard things." The project required a new sewer lift station installed with the help of the Lafayette Public Trust Financing Authority and historic tax credits which made the numbers work for the developers. The Lofts at the Municipal opened in April 2022. Located at 124 E. Main Street in downtown Lafayette, the Lofts offer 68 high-end rental units with a pool, workout facility and much more. It offers walkability to all things downtown, a much-needed amenity for the continued growth of downtown. The #3 story is the sale of LHG Group to UnitedHealth's Optum health service business for $5.4 Billion. LHG was started by Ginger and Keith Myers who are originally from Palmetto. Ginger saw the dearth of options for home health care and the couple built LHC into a powerhouse in 37 states, with 700 employed here in Lafayette. Adam shared that UnitedHealth has plans to invest considerable resources into LHC to further prop up the company's success in the home health arena. The #4 story of 2022 is the local real estate market. For some time, interest rates were so low people could get a loan for next to nothing while sellers got top dollar for their listing. With interest rates being raised frequently by the Federal Reserve as a means to tamp inflation, there has been a dramatic cool down in home sales. We're now seeing fewer buyers and fewer pending sales as we close out 2022. Adam reports that there are more and more single-family rentals coming onto the market, some in nice gated communities with their lawns being maintained. The #5 story is the opening of the new Lafayette Regional Airport Terminal. This project is a shining example of how a community can come together to fund and build a much-needed facility as our new, modern and spacious terminal. Lafayette parish taxpayers passed an 8-month, 1 cent sales tax with helped the community match state and federal dollars. With no debt, the new airport terminal will serve our community's need for years to come. Stories to watch out for include the explosive growth of SafeSource Direct in Broussard. The pandemic brought to light the dependence of the U. S. on Chinese imports such as masks and other PPE items. SafeSource responded to the need to provide American-made products and in partnership with Ochsner Health and Trax Development has grown beyond expectations. With its newly FDA-approved gloves, up to 2200 employees are projected to be on board when the current expansion is underway, a huge jump from the originally estimated 1200 employees. The company's success is tied to other industries such as chicken plants and others who have a need for masks, aprons, gloves, etc. Another emerging story is the site selection for a new Performing Arts Center in Lafayette. Everyone knows the old Heymann Performing Arts Center needs to be replaced, but the question is where does it go? One study recently concluded that it be located across from the Cajundome next to the Hilton Garden Inn. A group of downtown civic leaders,

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Ronna's RNC Spent Six Figures on Top Golf and Broadway Shows plus Royal Updates - 12.15.22 - Grace Curley Show Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 39:36


Would you be allowed to file your Lululemon luxury athleisure purchase under "office expenses" at your job? Well, I guess you don't work for the RNC. Grace shares some of the Ronna McDaniel era's expense reports, and now, the midterm losses make sense. Then, tune in for a brief royal update and Dr. Fauci's terrible memory.

Georgia Bulldogs
Hour One December 14 2022

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 19:13


Matt and Chuck are live from Top Golf in Alpharetta. Another huge MLB free agent shortstop is off the market. They also get into the Peach Bowl for Georgia against Ohio State. They also get into how the GHSA State Championship football games are moving back to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Plus, Today Was A Good Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Chuck and Chernoff
Hour One December 14 2022

Chuck and Chernoff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 19:13


Matt and Chuck are live from Top Golf in Alpharetta. Another huge MLB free agent shortstop is off the market. They also get into the Peach Bowl for Georgia against Ohio State. They also get into how the GHSA State Championship football games are moving back to Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Plus, Today Was A Good Day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Today in San Diego
SDPD Officer Shot, New Local Mayors Sworn-In, AAA Predicts Holiday Travel

Today in San Diego

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 4:52


SDPD Officer Shot While on Duty, New Local Mayors Sworn-In, City of San Diego Council President Re-elected, Topgolf to Meet with Port Commissioners, Sheena's First Alert Forecast, AAA Predicts Holiday Travel, Airport-made Beer Hits the Terminal's TapsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bar Hacks
Episode 87 with Marbet Lewis

Bar Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 27:12


Attorney Marbet Lewis, a founding partner and team manager of the alcohol industry group of Spiritus Law, calls into the Bar Hacks podcast to speak with co-host David Klemt. Since 2004, Marbet has focused on serving the alcohol and hospitality industries. So, she had a front row seat to the rise and eventual proliferation of the experiential hospitality or "eatertainment" trend. Marbet and David talk about how she got her start in law, challenges inherent to opening an eatertainment venue, and which sports and activities are proving most popular with guests. For example, Topgolf, Puttshack, and Puttery are performing quite well in Southern Florida. That makes sense when one considers the popularity of golf in general throughout Florida. When you're through with this episode, listen to episode 78 with Nico Romano and episode 86 with Rob Lewis, both attorneys at Spiritus Law. To learn more, visit Spiritus Law and connect with the firm on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Connect with the Bar Hacks podcast on Instagram and Twitter, and with David @david.ex.machina. Cheers!

The Chet Buchanan Show
Top Golf with the Toy Drive trifecta!

The Chet Buchanan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 7:39


A mountain of toys, 4 bikes, AND $500 in gift cards to Top Golf! That will make a teenager very happy! Thank you Top Golf!

Gunner and Cheyenne On Demand
Gunner & Cheyenne: Full Show 12/07/2022

Gunner and Cheyenne On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 35:06


Weekday mornings 5:30 - 10:00 am  Morning Riddle -- The Big Decision: Should I be tipping my mailman? -- Rattle Snake found at Top Golf in the golf dispenser -- Has anything crazy ever happened at your holiday Christmas party? 

Shan and RJ
Headlines plus more on the Rangers signing Jacob DeGrom

Shan and RJ

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 46:07


7am Headlines!! Mavs win and a recap of Monday night football. Jared Sandler joins to talk DeGrom and his charity event at Top Golf this Sunday. 

Nate Shelman Show
Rants, Raves, and Toys!

Nate Shelman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 94:20


It's not only Rant and Rave Friday, it's also Day 8 of Idaho's Largest Toy Drive! Nate Shelman not only shares all of the toy drive updates but also talks about good news that we have. Americans gave over $3 billion dollars for this year's Giving Tuesday. A New drug is showing a lot of promise in reducing the effects of early Alzheimer's. Plus, elementary kids in Nampa got to help name some snowplows and the names they chose are amazing! (It's Baby Snowda for us!) We also heard a few rants about Top Golf lights, the Mayor of Boise, and one listener's experience at a jeweler. Listen to this podcast to hear good news and shenanigans! (12/2/22)

Nicol Park
Episode 160: Steve The Scare-Gator

Nicol Park

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 52:17


Hey everyone and welcome back to the show! We had a lot of fun making this one after being off for a holiday week. We hope you love it and learn something useful. This week we help out a listener with some issues he is having on his golf course, and we discuss the thrilling twists and turns of the World Cup. Thanks to our sponsors this week, Titanic 2 and Top Golf. As always please reach out and say hey @Nicol_park_podcast or Nicolparktours@gmail.com 

Tony & Dwight
Top Golf & Little BTI. Uncomfortable Alex? David Padgett & Doctor Kim. Mac & Rack.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 27:04


Corkscrew Convos: A Theme Park Podcast
Bright Lights or How I learned to Topgolf

Corkscrew Convos: A Theme Park Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 43:53


A doubleheader's in store: DJ and Chris discuss what they look for this time of year and cover Chris' first visit to Topgolf.

Presentation Hell
Being Ahead of The Game, Featuring Michelle Shryock

Presentation Hell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 17:29


Episode #28 featuring Michelle Shryock, the manager of sales at Topgolf of Tampa. Topgolf is a sports and entertainment complex for all ages that features golf play, drinks, food and event space.Listen to James Ontra and Michelle Shryock talk about selling the Topgolf experience and event planning as a whole. Sponsored by shufflrr.com - Shufflrr is Presentation Management

The Guy Gordon Show
Beth Wellday ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 9:11


November 29, 2022 ~ Beth Wellday, Executive Director for the March of Dimes, talks with Steve Courtney on Giving Tuesday from Top Golf to help support moms and their newborn babies.

The Guy Gordon Show
Omar Hoda ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 8:24


November 29, 2022 ~ Omar Hoda, Principal with Deloitte, talks with Steve Courtney from Top Golf for March of Dimes' Giving Tuesday to help moms and their newborns.

The Guy Gordon Show
Guy Gordon & Steve Courtney ~ The Guy Gordon Show

The Guy Gordon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 9:25


November 29, 2022 ~ Guy Gordon and Steve Courtney talk from Top Golf for March of Dimes' Giving Tuesday to help mothers and their newborn babies.

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 0:55


If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, you can catch Ned & me recording a show live. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, we'll be at TopGolf with sponsor Prosimo from 4 to 7 pm. Join us to have some fun! Links and drinks, meet fellow engineers building clouds for their companies, and then watch us record the show. Space is limited, so register at prosimo.io. We'll see you at TopGolf Las Vegas on Wednesday the 30th! The post Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Day 2 Cloud
Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022

Day 2 Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 0:55


If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, you can catch Ned & me recording a show live. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, we'll be at TopGolf with sponsor Prosimo from 4 to 7 pm. Join us to have some fun! Links and drinks, meet fellow engineers building clouds for their companies, and then watch us record the show. Space is limited, so register at prosimo.io. We'll see you at TopGolf Las Vegas on Wednesday the 30th! The post Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 0:55


If you're headed to AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, you can catch Ned & me recording a show live. On Wednesday, November 30, 2022, we'll be at TopGolf with sponsor Prosimo from 4 to 7 pm. Join us to have some fun! Links and drinks, meet fellow engineers building clouds for their companies, and then watch us record the show. Space is limited, so register at prosimo.io. We'll see you at TopGolf Las Vegas on Wednesday the 30th! The post Day Two Cloud Invite: Recording At TopGolf Las Vegas Nov. 30, 2022 appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Prater & The Ballgame
PRATER & B.J. RAINS, NOV. 22: BSU-USU, GREEN, VANDALS, TOPGOLF, STEELHEADS

Prater & The Ballgame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 122:03


Giving away Boise State-Utah State tickets, are you going to the game despite the 10 a.m. start on Black Friday, Bob on the ongoing development of QB Taylen Green in Bronco Focus, Vandals coach Jason Eck on program's return to the FCS playoffs, local businessman Tommy Ahlquist on the details behind TopGolf's opening next week, and Steelheads coach Everett Sheen on a red-hot start and three home gamesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Prater & The Ballgame
TOPGOLF: NEW ENTERTAINMENT FACILITY OPENS NEXT WEEK

Prater & The Ballgame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:25


Treasure Valley businessman Tommy Ahlquist joins Prater and B.J. Rains for a conversation about the TopGolf facility that opens to the public next week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Idaho Sports Talk
TOPGOLF: NEW ENTERTAINMENT FACILITY OPENS NEXT WEEK

Idaho Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:25


Treasure Valley businessman Tommy Ahlquist joins Prater and B.J. Rains for a conversation about the TopGolf facility that opens to the public next week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Idaho Sports Talk
PRATER & B.J. RAINS, NOV. 22: BSU-USU, GREEN, VANDALS, TOPGOLF, STEELHEADS

Idaho Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 122:03


Giving away Boise State-Utah State tickets, are you going to the game despite the 10 a.m. start on Black Friday, Bob on the ongoing development of QB Taylen Green in Bronco Focus, Vandals coach Jason Eck on program's return to the FCS playoffs, local businessman Tommy Ahlquist on the details behind TopGolf's opening next week, and Steelheads coach Everett Sheen on a red-hot start and three home gamesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Access Louisville
What makes Louisville's Top Golf unique

Access Louisville

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 30:05


Access Louisville is a weekly podcast from Louisville Business First. Follow us on popular podcast services to never miss an episode.Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher The day is finally here: Top Golf is open. After years of anticipation, the national golf concept is taking bay reservations now. But it was “softly” open last week, accepting walkups. Our reporter Eleanor Tolbert got to tour the facility before the crowds.Tolbert explains that she has visited Top Golf locations in Nashville and Cincinnati, but Louisville's differentiates itself. It seems larger, she told us, with three stories and encompassing 67,000 square feet, with 102 bays, three full-service bars, dining areas, private event space and moreBut Louisville's location has something else that sets it apart from the others. It's one of just two Top Golf locations to feature a different menu from the others, along with Las Vegas. Our unique menu? Bourbon, of course.The bourbon bar includes nine different bourbon brands and specialty cocktails.Beyond Top Golf's bourbon offerings, we also discuss new places to try bourbon across the city, including a new spot from Heaven Hill in the Yum Center and Bardstown Bourbon Co. opening a new spot on Main Street this summer.Forecastle is “taking a break” in 2023, so what will it look like when it comes back?The Forecastle Festival, one of Louisville's crown jewels, has been a staple of the city for 20 years. Organizers cancelled the festival last week, saying “there are some things that we want to work on and improve for the future, so we're going to take some time to strategize and determine the best path forward for the festival."We brainstorm what a future of the festival might look like. Will it go back to its indie rock roots or lean into the EDM/Gen Z crowd? Access Louisville is a weekly podcast from Louisville Business First. It's co-hosted by David A. Mann and Laurel Deppen. It's available on popular podcast services including Apple Podcasts and Spotify, which are linked above. You can also listen to the player above.

Making The Cut with Davina McCall & Michael Douglas
SERIES 8: Episode 10 - 4K weeks, TopGolf, Just Like Me, Bad Sisters, Neom

Making The Cut with Davina McCall & Michael Douglas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 64:07


We skate on into this episode to discuss everything from golf to rollerblading to candles! Remember to send us your ideas to our instagram @makingthecutpodcast.4000 weeks Poster - https://4kweeks.com/products/poster4000 weeks Book - https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/54785515-four-thousand-weeksTopgolf - https://topgolf.com/uk/Straight & Narrow - https://www.straightandnarrowdrinks.co.uk/Just Like Me Books - https://www.justlikemebooks.co.uk/Surrender by Bono - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/566576/surrender-by-bono/Bad Sisters - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15469618/Neom - www.neomorganics.comIkea lights - https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/oeversidan-led-wardrobe-lighting-strp-w-sensor-dimmable-white-10529086/Flippers - https://www.flippers.world/Umberto Giannini - https://www.umbertogiannini.com/HexClad - https://hexclad.co.uk/Lightning Poems -https://www.instagram.com/lightning.poems/?hl=en Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

North County News
InZane Brewing, TopGolf SD, and Franchise Tags - Episode #185

North County News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 52:53


Hello North County San Diego! In this episode, we get into a lot of new spots coming to San Diego - TopGolf, InZane Brewing, and Amalfi. There's also a handful of events to check out - Waterfront and Encinitas Street Fair. And Chris won something big this week. Enjoy!

Average Broz
Are Our Attention Spans Actually Getting Shorter?

Average Broz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 43:38


What's up Average Broz fam! We got a special episode for ya'll this week as both Broz are back in the studio together for this week's episode! To get things started, the Broz talk about how the holidays seem like they are getting started early this year, and Miguel gives his review on the newest Marvel movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Next up, the Broz get way off topic due to a crazy average fact about the memory of a goldfish. This however, leads to a conversation about how the Broz feel like their attention spans are shrinking and how they get bored much easier these days (and you may feel the same way too). Then, Miguel talks about some more adventures in LA from going to the new Top Golf (which leads to a funny story from Cary) and going to a Harry Styles concert at the Forum. To wrap up, the Broz talk about going to a USC game together! Thank you guys as always for tuning in, and we'll see you guys in the next one! SPONSORED BY: ziad@gerberkawasaki.comOur Instagram! @averagebrozpodcastContact us! averagebrozpodcast@gmail.com

Texas Rangers Baseball Podcast
Episode #60 Jared Sandler

Texas Rangers Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 74:45


Jeff and John welcome Jared Sandler from the Texas Rangers radio broadcast. They discuss the current off-season and state of the team. They also discuss Jared's charity event coming up, "Swinging For A Cause". It is December 11 at Top Golf with a concert by "Bowling For Soup". The Rangers Today podcast will always be a place for folks who want to do good deeds. Jared fits the bill perfectly. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/txrangerspod/support

Fairway Tales
Ludvig Jansson: Director of Broadcast Technology

Fairway Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 0:44


Ludvig Jansson began his career at Top Tracer—a startup at the time—as a software engineer straight out of college. Over the years, the company and its software has spread worldwide, providing ball tracking technology for your Friday nights at Topgolf and championship broadcasts. In this episode, learn more about the technology and the skills required to work in developing and implementing golf software around the globe.

Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality
#1148: Golf+ VR: Making Golf More Accessible & Partnering with Top Golfers & Sports Stars

Voices of VR Podcast – Designing for Virtual Reality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 91:27


The seeds of Golf+ VR started with founder Ryan Engle creating an iOS ARKit app to help read the golf putting green topology to give a suggested path to help improve his puts, but the lack of demand caused a pivot into moving into a professional putting simulator in partnership with Top Golf with Pro Putt by Top Golf, a rebrand to Golf+, and most recently a funding round that including Rory McIlroy (the current #1 ranked golfer in the world), Jordan Spieth, Tom Brady, Steph Curry, Mike Trout and Ben Crenshaw. I had a chance to talk to the founder Engle about his journey into VR, writing his own custom physics engine, the process of transforming the initial app from a professional training tool to an engaging video game, the series of strategic partnerships to make golf more accessible to casual players, tuning the difficulty at three different levels, evolving from putting into full courses, the 4-6 week process to translate a physical course into a virtual course, simulating the golf swing with peripherals, recreating “shot euphoria” and the golf feel of short game shots, why sports super stars like Tom Brady and Steph Curry were interested in investing in the app, and new opportunities for virtual golf architecture and course design. It's a really engaging app that has been able to find it's way into the top charts as it recreates some of the social dynamics of playing golf with tunable difficulty bumpers and making golf more accessible to new users and users who can no longer physically play full rounds of golf.

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Commercial Real Estate Development & Investing with Tyler Cauble | EP127

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 41:08


Tyler Cauble is an Investor and Real Estate Developer in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the Founding Principal and President of the Cauble Group In this episode we talked about: Tyler's Background in Real Estate Using Brokerage to break into Commercial Real Estate First Deals - Raising Capital Asset Classes  Interest Rates Nashville it terms of Investment Investing in Office Buildings Future of Hybrid Working Next 12-24 Months Real Estate Opportunities  Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.youtube.com/c/TylerCauble?app=desktop Tyler Cauble Youtube channel  Book “WALKABLE CITY: How Downtown Can Save America, One Step at a Time” By Jeff Speck https://www.instagram.com/commercial_in_nashville/?hl=en Instagram Transcription: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the Working Capital Real Estate Podcast. My name's Jessica Galley and on this show we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Jesse Fraga and you're listening to Working Capital, The Real Estate podcast. Special guest on the show today is Tyler Cowell.   Tyler Cobble is an investor and real estate developer out of Nashville, Tennessee. He's the founding principal and president of the Cobble Group. And we had the pleasure of sharing a stage at Bigger Pockets, what was it, three weeks ago, Tyler?   Tyler (45s): Yeah, man, it feels like it was so much longer than that.   Jesse (48s): I know really well, first of all, thanks for coming on. It's, it's great to have you on the podcast. How you doing today?   Tyler (54s): Yeah, Jessie. Doing well, man. Thanks for having me on this show. I'm excited to dive in further into those topics that we kind of discussed at bigger pockets, you know, cause we only had, what, an hour or so to, to kind of talk about them a little bit. So it'd be good to go a little bit deeper. But yeah, man, excited to do this with you.   Jesse (1m 10s): Yeah, absolutely. Well, like all the guests that come on that, you know, on their first appearance, I always like to get a little bit of the flavor of your journey in real estate, how you got into real estate. I know we're somewhat similar in that at at one point I believe you're a commercial broker and we chat a little bit about that on stage. But yeah, for listeners, why don't you give us a little bit of a background in for yourself in real estate?   Tyler (1m 34s): Absolutely. Yeah, very similar background. So I started in commercial real estate back in the summer of 2013 as the in-house leasing agent for a local boutique development firm here in Nashville. And really just started off on, on shopping center and office leasing cuz the, the firm that I worked with had about 550,000 square feet of retail. We had about 60,000 square feet of office space and a couple hundred thousand square feet of industrial. But it was really a, a residential firm focused on, on that side of development.   And so got to sit in on all the development meetings every week and after a couple years, kind of learned how to put a deal together and went out and put my first development project together, which was a 42 unit town home development. And then shortly thereafter wrote a book on leasing commercial real estate called Open for Business. Kind of targeted towards small business owners cuz one thing that I saw over and over again was that they just got themselves into trouble left and right cuz they didn't know what they were doing. They weren't represented by a broker and it caused a lot of problems.   But after that development, after that book left and started my own firm started the Cobble group, which is just a commercial real estate brokerage focused on mostly investments today in, in, in the Tennessee area. But we do triple net leasing across the country. I've got Parasol, which is a commercial property management company. We currently manage a little over 2.1 million square feet of assets. And then I've got Hamilton development, which is where I spend probably the majority of my time now focused on mostly neighborhood development.   But we've done everything from a six bay car wash that we converted into five micro restaurants and a bar all the way up to a 32 acre site with 330,000 square feet of retail that we're currently master planning to tear down and develop about one and a half million square feet on it.   Jesse (3m 23s): That's awesome. So the, the initial kind of foray into real estate as a broker, was the, was the plan always to pivot to investing in real estate or was it something that kind of happened naturally? What did that process look like?   Tyler (3m 36s): Yeah, it was really something that kind of happened naturally. I didn't really even think I wanted to get into commercial real estate. I was, I did really well in sales the summer that I graduated high school and decided to drop outta college because of that. And I figured, hey, if I can make 30 grand in a summer as a 19 year old, I could go make, you know, a hundred thousand plus a year working sales full time. So I'm gonna go do that. And then ended up working as a project manager for my grandfather's construction company for about three months before I got the job as the in-house leasing agent and a development firm.   So it kind of just came naturally after having fallen into the business and seeing how that's how things works.   Jesse (4m 19s): Yeah, that's great. So we talked on the, on the panel that we were on about breaking into commercial real estate as opposed from residential real estate. The first couple deals that you did outside of the company that you were working with, so the, the first ones you did on your own or, or privately I guess you should say, because you know, none of these deals are 100% on our own. What did that deal look like? Was it, was that in the commercial space or did you, did you start in resi and then kind of move over?   Tyler (4m 46s): Yeah, it was, well so the, the first development project I did that was resi, it was 42 town homes. That one's very different from, you know, kind of what we've done ever since. But my first real project that I did, you know, relatively on my own without the development firm was an office building. It was a little two tenant office building that was completely vacant when we bought it. It had been mostly renovated and I, I fell into it, this was probably about five years into the business. I had been thinking I wanted to buy commercial real estate for quite some time, but could just never get over the, you know, the scary thoughts that we all have getting into our first deal.   Right. And it fell into my lap in the best way possible. We were helping a client buy it on the brokerage side. They couldn't get their financing. We, we assigned the contract to another client who also couldn't get their financing for different reasons. It wasn't because there was anything wrong with the, the deal. And then so after that we were like, well you know what, just assign it to me and I'll figure this out cuz you know, we've been working on the property for probably four months at this point. I'd really figured it out. I liked the project and so I called a couple of guys that had known me for five years at that point and just said, Hey, it's funny, like I always talk about this deal with my underwriting now cuz I was literally on the back of a napkin.   It was like, I think we can rent it for $12 a square foot and it'll take us, you know, 18 months to stabilize this property. And you know, they just said, Yeah, we'll give you 50 grand each and threw money into it, You know, now comparing that to 17 spreadsheets of underwriting on all the deals that we do, it's, it's hilarious to think back on, but it was a good deal. It was a good first deal. And later that year I ended up buying three more buildings. So once I, once I got over that fear of acquiring the first property, I just realized like, oh yeah, it's not that big of a deal, let's go for it.   Jesse (6m 35s): So the financial model didn't seem like the most difficult part of that deal in terms of, you know, the first couple deals. What do you, what did you find at the beginning if, if anything was the biggest challenge that you had? Whether that, you know, came from the capital raising side, from the operations side? What did that look like?   Tyler (6m 52s): Yeah, so the, the, the problem that we have on our projects today is the same, you know, problems that we had kind of early on in the projects. It's just the raising capital side of things. You know, my skills lie in the acquisition side of things. Finding deals off market and putting the idea on the project together and then executing on that and operating it. So we, we actually have worked very well with the just capital partners, right? Where they come in, they give us the cash, they don't want to do anything else and we just execute the deal.   The, the first deal we ever did was it, it gave me a false sense of how easy it is to raise money. Cuz I literally made two phone calls and they both said yes. And the, the next capital raise we did really put me back in my place. It was went from $50,000 raise, or I'm sorry, 125,000 raise to a $400,000 raise. And that was when I realized like, oh yeah, okay. You know, raising money is not always easy when you have to bring in multiple investors, there's a good chance somebody's gonna back out for any number of reasons, right?   They could love the deal and, you know, they're, they could crash their car and need to buy a new car, right? So there's, there's so many different reasons why somebody could back out, but that's why we work, you know, like I was saying so well with Capital Partners because they come in and fund it and we come in and just execute the deal.   Jesse (8m 13s): Yeah, I think even we, when we chatted about ways to break into real estate or commercial real estate in general, like there's these, all these aspects. There's the ops person, there's the person that's great with financials. There's a guy that's or gal that's great at finding deals and then there's the capital raise where that might be an individual where they are just, you know, all they do is raise capital or have the kind of the, the gift of, of raising capital or finding sources for capital for deals. And I think we underestimate that. You know, it's so hard to be good at any one of those verticals, let alone try to do everything on your own.   Tyler (8m 46s): That's right. Yeah. I mean I, I think you really should have partners that bring their own strengths to the table, right? I mean, you wanna flesh those out and make sure the partnerships work. But you'll get VC firms, venture capital firms, they will almost exclusively will not invest in single partner businesses cuz there's just too much risk, right? What if that guy gets hit by a bus tomorrow, who's gonna run this company? You'll get Shark Tank, right? They almost always love to invest in partnerships over a single person because it just reduces their risk.   And, and there's no way that one person can be good at everything, right? Because if you're, if you're trying to be a jack of all trades, you're probably not, you're probably gonna miss some stuff on everything, right? Yeah. And they would rather you be the outstanding development partner and this guy's the the finance guy, right? Or girl, either way that you want to do it or however you need to divide those responsibilities up. I think it's a a pretty savvy way of, of building your business and getting that security for your potential capital partners.   Jesse (9m 44s): Yeah. We always say in our brokerage it's finders, miners and binders, right? People that find the deal, people that can maintain relationships. And then the ones that, that are closers, I'm sure there's, you know, there's other ones, but those rhymes. So those, those must be right.   Tyler (9m 56s): That's right. Yeah. That's actually, I'm gonna have to keep that finders, minors and binders. I like that a lot. I mean, and yeah, you think about it like your, your personality will also kind of help determine which one of those you're gonna be really good at, right? Like, I've got a beard, I'm covered in tattoos. I'm not gonna be the guy that's golfing at a country club every Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Right. But I've got partners that they absolutely love doing that stuff and it's been incredibly effective for them on the capital raising side.   Jesse (10m 21s): Yeah. And it's just, it's funny how some, some areas that you think that somebody will have the strength in and it turns out they're, they might be great in something completely different. Like you're doing a, a value add and you find it, one of your partners is just really good at communicating with the traits people and, and it's, and it seems like a good fit. They respect him or her and, you know, some of that, some of this stuff doesn't, you know, you don't plan everything out. Some of this stuff happens by osmosis and by a certain deal that you're working on,   Tyler (10m 50s): Right? Yeah. It just falls together naturally. And, and what I've found too, you know, I think a lot of people that are just getting into commercial real estate think that they need to have that figured out all on the front end. And yes. Does it help to have the capital partner, does it help to have the general contractor and the attorneys and the brokers and the property managers? Absolutely. Right. But the chances of you having the right team on board day one are pretty close to zero, right? I mean, the people that we were working with when I first started my development company night and day, compared to who we're working with now.   And that's because as you grow your needs change, right? I can't be working with the same engineer on, on a, you know, $575,000 office building as I am on a hundred million dollar multifamily deal. It just doesn't make any sense.   Jesse (11m 38s): Yeah. So speaking of kind of things changing in terms of when you first started the type of assets that you were buying back then, how has the asset class or the, you know, the investment philosophy changed from then if it has at all to now and, and the deals that you're looking at now?   Tyler (11m 55s): Yeah, so since I started kind of in the, the office and retail world mostly, I've never been afraid of office and retail and, and it's been interesting to see how people have reacted to those two asset classes over the last three to four years. You know, when everybody's freaking out saying the building's on fire and running away, to me, I'm like, man, that's an opportunity. Like right now, I'm sure we'll get into this here in a minute, but interest rates, interest rates going up, buyers developers are pulling back massive opportunity. And if you're building an apartment complex right now, or you start in the next few months, you'll be one of the few apartment complexes delivering, right?   Which means you'll probably have a very aggress lease up. So to me there's, there's, there's always an opportunity in situations like that.   Jesse (12m 36s): So let's talk about interest rates in, in terms of, you know, let's kind of frame it from the perspective of you have people that, like you said, are looking for deals now. So they're going to negotiate with, with interest rates in mind for sure. And, and be hypersensitive to what they can get, whether they should do floating or fixed. And then you have the bucket of people that are, you know, had interest rates locked in at a, at a low rate already that are, you know, working their deals. And then there's kind of that in the middle where you have people that are doing short term debt and it's in a floating kind of environment and they're probably saying, you know, shit, we didn't expect, we didn't put this in the proforma for interest rates to double.   So I, I imagine that with, with those three different type of user groups, there's opportunities like you're saying to come in now with, you know, with the reality of where interest rates are today with a little bit more information. Is that kind of kind of the way you're looking at things right now?   Tyler (13m 32s): Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think, I think the people with the, the shorter term debt, they're the ones that are gonna be in trouble, right? I, I would rather, I mean, we're working on a multifamily deal right now. That'll be, you know, somewhere between 250 to 350 units depending on how we decide to lay out the site and go, if we go with garage wrap or podium and we have the option to lock in a six and a half percent interest rate or do a floating arm, right? And we can see how well, you know, in, in two years interest rates will probably come down.   So locking it in now might not benefit us in the future, whereas that arm is gonna be high right now, but it could come down pretty significantly in two years. But I'm looking at it and going, I'd rather just lock in at six and a half percent today and just have the surety of, you know, hey, you know what, if we end up overpaying in the future, we, we overpaid so that we could have a little bit of peace of mind so that we know that, you know, I mean, look, if, if World War Three breaks out interest rates are gonna skyrocket and the last thing that anybody needs is for their interest rate to go to 10 or 12%, right?   Cause then you're talking about a massive amount of defaults and you just can't make that deal work. And so, you know, that six and a half percent walk in I think is good. I, I I think, like I said, I think developers, buyers are pulling back and that's gonna create a massive amount of opportunity for people that are cash buyers, right? We've got a client that just sold a vineyard outta California for 120 million cash and we're doing almost, so we're helping them kind of build this portfolio. This is on the brokerage side and they are, we're starting off in the triple net investment side.   And since we're coming in as all cash buyers in an environment where interest rates are too high to make the spread work on preexisting cap rates, we're negotiating these cap rates way up. And we know in two, three years we'll be able to throw 30, 50% debt on these properties just to keep it very safe for them. Keep their, you know, debt service low and pull that cash out at much cheaper rates than we have today. Thereby increasing that spread that they're able to get on some of the most secure assets you can buy even more.   So yeah, definitely opportunity all around.   Jesse (15m 42s): And for those listening, you know, I know not everybody's kind of in the commercial world, on the triple net side, you're just simply mean, You're simply saying that the additional rent, you're, you're downloading to the tenant. So the taxes, maintenance, insurance, you're, you're basically having the tenant pay for those?   Tyler (15m 57s): That's right. Yeah. So all of the, so the tenant pays the rent and then they pay for any of the additional costs of owning that property. So typically, like at a multifamily property, right? You may or may not have the utilities passed on, but you as the property owner will pay for the property taxes, the building insurance, landscaping, you know, anything to do with the property. Whereas in a triple net, you know, take a Starbucks or a Walgreens for example, they will pay for those expenses on their own or reimburse the landlord for it, especially on the commonary maintenance side because let's face it, Starbucks has an image to ahold and that actually directly impacts their business if that's not getting done.   And there are landlords out there that might try and, you know, cut the budget a little bit and and skip by and save some money. So they prefer to have those expenses on their books.   Jesse (16m 44s): Yeah. And it's interesting how things have changed over the last, even the last year or two where kind of caps, I'm not sure in your market, every market seems to be a little bit different, but putting caps on those controllable operating expenses, I think at, at the very least, whether landlords are allowing it or not, but at the very least we're seeing a, you know, a different percentage cap because we're not in a 1% inflation environment anymore. We're, you know, closer to 10 probably in the states. More than that, I don't have been.   Tyler (17m 11s): Yeah, I mean we used to kind of cap everything at around 5% annual increases on the controllable expenses. Yep. And then we more commonly got into 10% per year. And I wouldn't be surprised if people are now capping it at 15% and just saying, Look, we don't know. We don't know what we're gonna get charged. We can't control it. I mean, they're technically your controllable expenses, but you know, if labor costs go up and your landscaping doubles Yeah. And that's just market now. You really can't control that.   Jesse (17m 39s): So given the environment that we're in right now, I'm not sure for your local market in Nashville, well first of all is, is Nashville Nashville kind of where your playground is? Where, where you like to invest or you, are you in other markets or even outta state?   Tyler (17m 53s): Yeah, so we've got, most of our assets are in Nashville. We do have one in Chattanooga and one just across the border in Georgia from Chattanooga, which a lot of people don't know this, but Chattanooga MSA actually crosses into Georgia. So technically Chattanooga. But we, we have helped, like I've got clients that are buying property all over the United States. I was just in San Antonio for a client that was doing a 10 31 exchange. I was up in Milwaukee. But as far as our investments go and, and just my investment philosophy, I prefer to, to be able to have, you know, hands on protection of the asset.   Cuz again, that's, that's our skill set. But we'll, we'll probably expand outta that footprint at some point once I've got a bigger team.   Jesse (18m 37s): So given Nashville right now, it's, it's been a while since I've looked at the numbers, but I remember it was kind of the darling of the apartment industry for a while where there's just deals and deals and, you know, even maybe a year ago, seeing the numbers, the, the unit price of prices have gone up or went up substantially. Is that still the case? Is it, is it a, an expensive market or is that the reason, you know, you're looking into these, you know, potentially secondary markets?   Tyler (19m 4s): Yeah, I mean we try and play in whatever sandboxes nobody else is really paying attention to. Cuz I've been able to find a lot of value that way. So, you know, within Nashville we look at the emerging corridors. So we try not to, you know, so Nashville's kind of bisected by the river, right? So there's, there's downtown and South Nashville, which is on the south side of the river and there's East Nashville, which is technically on the north east side of the river. And that river kind of cut off all of the old money, which is south of town from really developing on this, this side of town.   And so there was a huge opportunity there to be so close to downtown and have, you know, all these cool musicians, your artists in Nashville kind of live on that side of town. So it was very easy for us to jump over here and start doing cooler projects. You know, if you're, if you're trying to buy multi, you know, build multifamily right now closer to the urban core of Nashville, it's tough because land prices have gotten so high, construction's so high, then you have to turn around and get the rents. Even though we're 53,000 residential units short of a comfortable market in Nashville, it's, it's, it can be tough to make those deals work, but we're finding deals on those emerging corridors where, you know, maybe you've gotta put up with a, a, a car lot across the street or a van at bank or you know, whatever that is.   But we're still five minutes from downtown and I don't think that people moving here from New York, Chicago, LA have any issues with that. And they've actually proven that over the last 10 years. And so that's kind of where our, we're finding our opportunities. Chattanooga was, was 100% a yield move, right? I bought a 41,000 square foot nine story tower out there for 1.8 million. Hmm. I mean, just the price per square foot, you know, in Nashville it'd be at least 10 times that in the same location.   So, you know, the, the opportunity there to just make more on your cash for relatively smaller projects was, was too tempting.   Jesse (21m 1s): So when you're looking at, let, let's move to some of the, the office discussion. When you're looking at these assets to purchase, you know, for those that don't know, it's, it's very similar to the kind of the apartment side in a sense, in the sense that, you know, you look at your tenant profile, you're looking at lease expirations, you're looking at the quality of the tenants because you know, the, those are the building blocks of the valuation of your property. Are you doing anything different with how you proforma office buildings than, than say you were two years ago?   Or is kind of the fundamentals pretty much stayed the same?   Tyler (21m 38s): Yeah, so for me the fundamentals have stayed the same only because the type of office that we were investing in just happened to be the type of office that did find during covid. So we're more of the class B and class C office assets on what I call the urban core adjacent. So not your immediate downtown, just in the neighborhoods surrounding it. And those are a lot of small business owners that lived in the neighborhood and they wanted to get out of the house, right? You'll get a lot of these class A assets that are in downtown cores and those are really the ones that are taking probably 90% of the hit because a lot of these people don't wanna drive downtown and work in a 300,000 square foot office building with, you know, a lot of other people they don't know.   Now that's starting to change, right? I mean, there's a ton of companies that are moving back and I, I don't think that that's gonna be a permanent move forever, right? I mean, having office space in the downtown cores is far too convenient for way too many big companies. Cuz you know, think about it, their workforce can live all over anywhere in the city and get there. Whereas if you go to the south side of town, maybe there's only one interstate or a couple major thorough bears that'll take you there and it just makes it a little more difficult. So, you know, I I would say the, on the office side of things, it hasn't really changed.   We always do look at, you know, how can we make this more of a mixed use type of asset? How can we bring some other draw to the space that would make an office tenant say, yes, we would take this over, you know, the straight office, straight up office building down the street. You know, can we add a coffee shop? Can we add a food truck? Can we add, you know, something? Can we add a bar, something cool that would just give them an opportunity to have more meetings or, you know, help create more of a company culture within the project.   Jesse (23m 25s): So most people on the brokerage end of things, or even on the investor side are sick of talking about this in the commercial real estate space. But I have to ask, in terms of the future of work, the future of, of of office space hybrid working, what, what's your view on that? What, what do you see unfolding in the, let's call it the kind of short to to mid term? So say like a year to five years out, How do you see work evolving, if at all?   Tyler (23m 55s): Yeah, I mean, I think if you're, you're focused on office space where you're catering to probably 50 or fewer employees, you're probably gonna have no issues, right? A lot of these smaller companies don't wanna spend the money to go fully remote. It's much more difficult for them to manage a workforce remote than it would be for say, you know, Bridgestone who has thousands of employees and they haven't gone back to the office here in Nashville, right? I think that, and, and again, we saw that through covid. I mean, I was, you know, waving at my neighbors from, you know, across the hall when, when I was still working in the office because everybody was still coming in.   I think that there are certain aspects of everyday offices, right? That, that maybe accounting, right? Does accounting really need to be in the office? Probably not maybe once, twice, three times a week just to make sure that they're caught up in having whatever meetings they need to have with other team members, but they don't necessarily need to be permanently in the office, right? And so there can be some accommodations that get made there. Whereas if you're in sales, right, and you're having to go work with a team, or if you're on, you're a tech developer, right?   And you're working with a team, I mean, chances are you're probably gonna have to be in the office more. So it'll be interesting to see, I know we've seen some companies move more toward, you know, they've lessened their office spaces, right? And they have people on shifts, right? Like, you come in Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and then the, the second shift comes in Thursday, Friday, or however they're deciding to do that. I think that that's gonna end up becoming just another trend, kind of like open workspace, right? Like everybody 10 years ago was saying the open floor plan is the way to go.   We can pack everybody in here like sardines. It's so efficient. And then they found out that none of the employees liked it. It made everybody less productive. I think that that's kind of what you'll see for some of these offices. Now, if you've got a bad work culture, your employees will 100% not want to come into the office, right? So it's kinda like, how do you actually make this a great place to work where your people want to be there?   Jesse (25m 60s): Yeah. It, I think it's definitely like the situation's definitely exposed some, some cultures that probably had issues prior to this. In terms of like the workplace, I think it's, it's an open question on that. If, you know, the trend, the aspect of coming in on a hybrid model, in a lot of ways it makes sense. The, you know, it's like the, there's a great book I was talking about recently with some of the brokers in our office, Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blo, you know, Sales Gravy's a great podcast. Some of the guys didn't hear about it, but there's Parkinson's law, which, you know, you'll, you'll basically expand time to take, expand time to take the item A the task at hand will kind of fill up that amount of time that you give it.   But then there's the other one, and I can't remember remember what it's called, but it's basically a contraction of time. And it's kind of similar to, you know, when you have a vacation and you gotta do a bunch of things, all of a sudden you, you, you move mountains and you figure out stuff that you could do in one day that would take you a week because you have that, that plan. And what I've found is that the, comparing that to the work week, a lot of what we do, we can do four out of five days a week, especially like we're in sales, it's a little different, you know, we'll ju we'll work regardless. Like we'll take up that amount of time because our function is different.   But certainly I think that companies, you can do things in four days. I think the challenge that we're seeing with companies that we work with is when you start giving the option for hybrid, all of a sudden Mondays and Fridays become the days that if you're gonna give people three days a week, those are obviously the ones that they're gonna choose to have off. And that creates a problem. So we've had to adjust even in, in our organization and we have, you know, 5,000 plus employees.   Tyler (27m 37s): Yeah. I mean how do you, how do you handle that the right way? Right? I mean, if every company in the world starts taking off on Mondays, there's gonna be a lot of customers or deals that just don't happen or, you know, you struggle to get things moved forward. So yeah, I mean I think that, you know, having people work in shifts or whatever, I mean, you know, we were looking at, what is it Iceland, where they actually have a three day weekend, Like every company there, you know, takes a three day weekend. Hmm. And they are just as productive as United States.   And, and I thought that that was really interesting. And so we've been studying that model, trying to figure out how we can make that work in our company as well so that we can, I mean, I'd love to take Friday through Sunday off. I own my own business. That will never happen.   Jesse (28m 20s): Yeah, I was gonna   Tyler (28m 21s): Say work every day. But that, that's a cool thing for the employees, you know?   Jesse (28m 25s): Yeah, absolutely. I think it's, you know, it is one of those things that we'll see evolve. I think what's, what I find kind of fascinating is that people, you know, that talk to us and that are in the commercial space and talking about how this is a new thing and obviously the pandemic was a new thing, but I think, or at least in my, you know, experience, I've seen this trend kind of just get pushed into high gear. I, I saw a trend of hybrid working and, and not just me, a lot of people in our space did see this trend and it was really a matter of technology catching up and, and kind of the will for companies to, to push it and kind of the pandemic I think just heightened all that.   Tyler (29m 4s): Yeah. I think the best way to look at it that I've heard is we just shot ahead 10 years. Yeah. Right? Like that's, that's basically what happened. Everybody figured out, you know, oh, you know, Zoom existed, right? I mean we're recording on it now. Yeah, Zoom existed prior to the pandemic, but wow did their, you know, subscription rates significantly jump. People found it. They realized, oh okay, we can use this for a significant amount of our meetings. Let's just do that. So I I I think that people just adapted technology that was already in use. It'll be interesting to see what comes out of it, right?   I mean you look at 2009, 2010, all the companies that came out of that to serve some issues, right? You had ride share come outta that lift. Uber, Airbnb came outta the downturn. So I'm excited to see what comes outta this one. But yeah, we just kind of shot ahead 10 years.   Jesse (29m 52s): So we ask four final questions to all guests that come on the show. But before we get to that, I just want to talk a little bit about where, or, or ask you what you think the opportunities, we touched on it a little bit are gonna be where the opportunities are gonna be in terms of, you know, the next 12 to 24 months as we're in a very precarious time. I think a lot, a lot of things are changing at once, inflation interest rates. So I'm gonna ask you to crystal ball it and I know that nobody can, but I'd love to get your thoughts.   Tyler (30m 24s): I wish I could, I'd be Warren Buffet by now, but I would say, you know, let's bring it down by sector, I mean multi-family. I think the opportunity is if, if you're willing to go ahead and move forward and pay a little bit more on construction costs and pay a little bit more on interest rates, you'll be one of the few products delivering. And I think there's something to be said for that, for having a very aggressive lease up on the back end to say that it's worth it. I think on the office side it's gonna be a lot of exploring what are the other amenities that you can really add to office space that will keep companies interested in leasing space from you that nobody else is doing.   Right? I mean, come on, having a meeting room and a little cafe downstairs. I mean it's like most office buildings, I'm sure you see this all the time. It's like they haven't changed since the 1980s and you look at multi-family apartment complexes and in the last 15 years, the amenities that have been added to apartment complexes is insane. Yeah. There's one here in Nashville that has the biggest pool I have ever seen with a volleyball court. This is all on above the parking deck by the way. Volleyball court. A yoga studio with a yoga instructor that comes in.   They've got a CrossFit gym, they've got an indoor like Topgolf simulator. They've got like four or five barbecue pets, hammocks every, I mean, you know, like compare that to 20 years ago, they're like, here's a grill outside. Yeah. You know, they've just totally changed the programming. So I think you,   Jesse (31m 48s): You gotta come to the front to get the key.   Tyler (31m 51s): Yeah, exactly. Exactly. So I think, I think looking at office through the lens of multifamily is a really interesting way to help urge that into the future industrial buy anything you can that's sewn for industrial and start building it. I mean you cannot, you can't do enough of that right now.   Jesse (32m 9s): You can find it.   Tyler (32m 11s): Yeah, exactly. I mean cuz it's, it's so cheap to build and, but the problem is a lot of the industrial, especially in the southeast, has been closer to the urban core. Guess what? It's getting torn down because there's a higher and better use such as multifamily on that site now. So not only are developers not building that product cuz they're focused on, you know, million square foot plus logistics and distribution buildings for like Amazon and e-commerce, but the stock is getting taken away. So where are all of the construction companies going?   Where are your local little e-commerce stores going? And then retail, Just look at it differently. There's nothing wrong with retail. I mean, look at, you know, you got these big boxes you have to fill, call church, call a gem, do something unique in that space. Do self storage, right? There are so many things that can take up big box spaces. Don't be afraid of it. You know, retail isn't dying, it's just changing, right? I mean, you gotta think of what is Amazon proof.   So that's, that's kind of my, my, my crystal ball there.   Jesse (33m 16s): Right on. All right, so we got four questions. I'll, they're pretty, pretty short, pretty self-explanatory. I'll hit you with them here.   Tyler (33m 24s): Let's go.   Jesse (33m 25s): All right. For the younger people listening kind of touched on it on our panel, but your view on mentorship or, or you know, what young people can do to break into our industry?   Tyler (33m 36s): Go find somebody that's doing what you want to be doing and just figure out how to be in their life. Right? I mean see if they'll go, go out for coffee with you if so by the, by the damn coffee, right? Like I've had so many people that have re not that I need somebody to pay for my coffee, but it just, it leaves a really good impression of you of like, I'm taking this seriously. I know you're giving me your time just by the, it's five bucks. I think that any way that you can provide value to that person, do it. Because you gotta think like these commercial real estate professionals are incredibly busy, right?   We've got so much going on. It's really tough for for us to take time out of our days just to have a meeting. Not that we don't want to do that. It's just like, I mean, you know, up until we were on this, I was on a call literally one minute before cuz I've been on calls all day and this guy's called me like three times and I haven't had a chance to call back. And so anyway that you can provide value I think. And then, and then as soon as you get a foot in the door, you know, if you gotta go work for free, do it right. Be the guy that just brings coffee to the office in the mornings. Cuz eventually somebody's gonna say, Hey will you go do this?   Will you pull me some comps? Will you, you know, whatever that opportunity is and then jump on it and you'll get into it. I've had buddies that had, I had one guy that had over 50 interviews in the commercial real estate industry and didn't get a job. Wow. It's tough. It's really, really tough. But you know, once you get that foot in the door, the sky's the weapon.   Jesse (35m 2s): It really is. I tell you, I tell you younger people, especially if they want to be first of all in commercial, it really is the hardest part is just getting in. Once you're in you can, you know, navigate and explore the, explore the studio space as they say.   Tyler (35m 16s): That's right.   Jesse (35m 17s): What was something that you wish somebody had told you when you started out? Whether that's in brokerage or investing, just, just something you, that was a hard lesson you had to learn.   Tyler (35m 26s): Ooh. I would say commercial real estate is not linear. You don't take stair steps. You experience hockey stick growth. The first couple of years were really rough for me as a broker cuz like I told you, I made 30 grand that one summer in sales. Yeah. And so when I started looking at a commercial real estate, after I got offered the job, I was like, oh man, I'm gonna come in here and make over a hundred thousand dollars my first year and just we're gonna be off to the races that I can't believe how hilarious that is. Now looking back on it, I made, I busted my tail and I made 40 grand my first year, which most brokers don't.   Yeah. My second year I was looking at my tax return, I literally made like 40,500. I was like, what am I doing? I made $500 more my second year. I need to go get into a different industry. Well the third year after you actually have learned a little bit, you've made some contacts and you, you know more about the process and how things work. You just work more efficiently. Made 120 grand. Yeah. Right. And then it's just gone up ever since there. And so it's all about just getting in understanding that those first few years are not gonna be the easiest, but it will all pay off the more you teach yourself during that time.   Jesse (36m 41s): Yeah, that's funny. It is a, it's a funny industry. You know, you're gonna make 35, $40,000 but you're wearing a thousand dollars suit in your first couple   Tyler (36m 48s): Years. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I spent all of my money un unbuttoned downs and, and nice pants and shoes and it's funny cuz now, now that I am where I am, I wear t-shirts and jeans and don't have to worry about that at all. Yeah. But yeah, it's, yeah, you've gotta spend money to at least look successful.   Jesse (37m 7s): Yeah. And you're absolutely right. It's like it is not linear. It's hockey stick growth and like the big thing is like that hockey blade might be really long for a long time. Yeah,   Tyler (37m 17s): That's exactly right.   Jesse (37m 18s): Awesome. What are a couple resources that you would recommend, whether it's a book you've recently, you know, recently read or a podcast that you've been on lately?   Tyler (37m 31s): Yeah, I mean I think obviously go check out Jessie's YouTube channel. I've got a YouTube channel as well, teaching people a commercial real estate. I think that those are, those are great resources, right? Cuz when you and I were coming up, nobody was doing that. We did not have that opportunity. I mean, I tried to learn from anybody I could and everybody was just like, you know, swatting at me like I was a fly because nobody wants to teach you anything in this industry. I think that, so the book that I almost always recommend to people is Walkable Cities by Jeff Spec. It is one of my favorite books.   It's really on urban design. So not even necessarily commercial real estate specific, but the way that they talked through how a great city is designed and how commercial real estate, residential real estate design actually impacts everybody's daily lives. Hmm. Completely changed how I looked at my projects. So it's kind of like, kind of the things that you can't put a dollar value on, but you need to spend the money on and you know, it'll come back in the end and benefit you. And so a lot of development companies actually ignore that because they can't quantify it.   Yeah. But the value is there. So those are, those are some great resources.   Jesse (38m 37s): That's great. I've never heard of that. It reminds me a little bit of, I think it's Dr. He's a per, he's a PhD. Gly is the last Edward Gly and it's triumph of the city and a lot of it has to do with urban planning and, and design and how we have different, you know, different ways that design happens as a result of people being in a place rather than designing it that way. And taking, taking kind of notes on, on that aspect of it.   Tyler (39m 5s): Yeah, I think you know, it, it talks in the book, it talks about Nashville and it talks about Vancouver, it talks about Portland and, and Nashville and Portland are almost exact opposites. Portland did not want interstates. Nashville went all interstates. And you could see how that impacted. And then Vancouver, what I love about Vancouver is very early on, before the development got big there, they created view sheds and they created all of these development requirements to make sure that the city doesn't hide the beauty that made it right.   And I think that's really, that's why Vancouver is still one of the best cities you could visit to this day. It's just such a great place to be. You still feel like you're in the mountains even though you're in a city. You know, they've just done such a good job of preserving that. Yeah.   Jesse (39m 51s): Yeah. It's been a while since I've done the Western Canadian thing. Gotta gotta get back out there. Yeah. Okay. So listen, I've, I've kind of gone over time here. I want to make sure that we put a couple links on where people can reach out to you. Obviously the YouTube channel, any other place that you know if people want to connect or see content that you're doing where they can go?   Tyler (40m 11s): Yeah, YouTube channel's. Just my name, Tyler Cobble. And then if you wanna connect with me, Instagram is by far the best way. If you DM me, I will answer questions and that's just commercial in Nashville with underscores between it. Or you can just search my name. Tyler Cobble.   Jesse (40m 27s): My guest today has been Tyler Cobble Tyler, thanks for being part of Working Capital.   Tyler (40m 31s): Thanks Jesse   Jesse (40m 46s): You so much for listening to Working Capital, the Real Estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse Fraga. If you like the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five star review and share on social media. It really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram. Jesse for galley, F R A G A L E. Have a good one. Take care.  

The Courageous Podcast
Geoff Cottrill - Chief Marketing Officer at Topgolf

The Courageous Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 46:16


For 300 years golf had remained the same. Then Topgolf came around. If you ask their Chief Marketing Officer Geoff Cottrill if Topgolf IS golf you'd be surprised to learn his answer. On this episode of The Courageous Podcast, we discuss how Topgolf is democratizing and diversifying the game. Geoff, on Forbes list of the 50 Most Entrepreneurial CMOs, and Ryan discuss what happens when sneaker culture meets golf culture and how to successfully introduce a new concept to the masses.

Payback Time
S2E42 - Is Topgolf Callaway (MODG) stock a buy?

Payback Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:08


Is Topgolf Callaway (MODG) stock a buy? In this video, I review Topgolf Callaway stock, to determine if it's a good buy, sell, or hold. Callaway Golf is has been a leading sports equipment manufacturing company that designs, manufactures, markets, and sells clubs, balls, bags, gloves, and caps to customers all over the world. Recently, Callaway acquired Topgolf which is transforming the company into more of an entertainment and tech company. In this video, I specifically use a 4M checklist. MOS - This is the math part of investing that Tykr does for us. Meaning - This is the business model and how the company makes money. Moat - This is the competitive advantage. Management - This is the experience and review of the CEO. Youtube Key Timecodes 00:27 - MOS/Financials 01:17 - Meaning / Business Model 07:09 - Moat / Competition 07:55 - Management / CEO 09:07 - Conclusion Payback Time Podcast Payback Time is a podcast for investors. The goal of this podcast is to help make investing approachable and easy to understand. We will interview beginner and experienced investors and ask them to share stories on how they got started, what challenges they faced, what mistakes they made, and what strategy works for them today. The overall objective is to provide you with a roadmap that helps you become a better investor.

Long Island Tea
Special Guest Colbie Caillat! + LIRR stories, FAWL, and CelebriTea

Long Island Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 47:38


Today on Long Island Tea, we welcome a very special guest, Colbie Caillat! Colbie is performing this Sunday at the Paramount on her 15-year anniversary tour of her album Coco, which sold over 2 million copies in the US and 3 million worldwide. The ladies talk to her about her tour, her amazing career winning two Grammy Awards and 5 nominations, her life in Nashville and her upcoming new album.**GIVEAWAY ALERT** Find out how you can win a pair of tickets to Colbie's show at the Paramount October 16th. As always check out our Instagram @longislandteapodcast for details**Kristen and Sharon share their LIRR stories and talk about the Women Leading Travel and Hospitality roundtable that Kristen spoke at and Sharon attended. The ladies give some shout outs to some HotTeas, and gear up for the staff outing at TopGolf and the fun weekend ahead. (events listed below) The ladies are sipping on a deliciously smooth Lenz Merlot, and close the show out with some steaming hot celebriTEA.**Screenshot your podcast review and Get $5 off at the Discover Long Island Shop! https://shop.discoverlongisland.comColbie CaillatFor music, tour dates, merch, and more visit https://www.colbiecaillat.comFor tickets to her show this Sunday or other tickets at the Paramount visithttps://paramountny.com#LONGISLANDLIFEBilly Joel Channel on SiriusXM channel 105https://www.siriusxm.com/channels/the-billy-joel-channelHalloween Blogs:Haunted Long Island: Paranormal Experiences & Spooky Historic Siteshttps://www.discoverlongisland.com/best-haunted-sites-to-visit-on-long-island-ny/18 Not-So-Spooky Long Island Halloween Celebrationshttps://www.discoverlongisland.com/18-not-so-spooky-long-island-halloween-celebrationsEvents:Oyster Bay Oyster Festhttps://www.theoysterfestival.orgCold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum Walking Tourshttps://www.cshwhalingmuseum.orgPatchogue Fall Festivalhttps://patchogue.com/event/patchogue-fall-festival/Wildplay Sunrise Ziplinehttps://www.wildplay.com/jones-beachMoCA L.I.ghts Festivalhttps://patchoguearts.org/mocali/WINE OF THE WEEK:Lenz Merlot: his Merlot is a perfectly balanced wine for everyday purposes. It shows notes of dark cherry, plum and black currants. It pairs well with a wide variety of food.Long Island Tea is sponsored by Long Island Wine Country. Visit https://liwines.com/TEA TIME:Kristen and Sharon's recommendations:www.amazon.com/shop/discoverlongislandWATCH US:And SUBSCRIBE on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/DiscoverLongIslandNYFOLLOW US:Follow The Long Island Tea podcast on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/longislandteapodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Long-Island-Tea-Podcast-101538728517461Twitter: https://twitter.com/longislandteapodcastWRITE TO US:Email spillthetea@discoverlongisland.comRATE AND REVIEW US:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/long-island-tea/id1538642018WEAR US:https://shop.discoverlongisland.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

KSR Preshow
10-04-22 KSR PRE-SHOW

KSR Preshow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 43:38


Shannon The Dude and Billy Rutledge talk Mark Stoops press conference, Top Golf, and tacos.

A Sandwich and Some Lovin’
453: A Sandwich and Some Big Tall Allen

A Sandwich and Some Lovin’

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 57:00


Are you feeling thirsty? Allen came up with the A Sandwich and Some Lovin' drinking game that could very well leave you with alcohol poisoning! Wow! What a weekend! Allen had an off-roading ADV motorcycle class that almost had a tragic ending. A group date to Top Golf went sideways when someone asked Kellie for a picture…..and then Allen. Or DID they ask Allen for a picture? Kellie hosted another swap party, which she enjoyed a little TOO much. (You may hear it when she tries to pronounce “Andrea Dowling Gulledge”) And the podcast wraps up with Kellie reading some very sweet 5-star reviews of the podcast. Thank you to our podcast sponsors! When you want to be a better problem solver, therapy can get you there. Visit BetterHelp.com/Sandwich today to get 10% off your first month.Go to FastGrowingTrees.com/Lovin and you'll get 15% off your entire order now through October 15, 2022.We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.Executive Producers are Riley Peleuses + Michaela Garrison for YEA Networks / YEA Podcasts If you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Kellie and Allen as guests on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to podcast@yeanetworks.com

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate
Episode One Hundred - Ninety-Three

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:22 Very Popular


Before an afternoon at Top Golf, the Shipping Container and Amin chat about Tony and Billy getting haircuts on the same day, the best perks at the barber, the “Refran Del Día” bit, water usage, and Amin's dinner with Jess and her twine touring cousin. Then, auction winner Zac Dynamite and folks from Miami Heat Beat join us at Top Golf! Plus, Witty's microphone might be racist? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Le Batard & Friends Network
Episode One Hundred - Ninety-Three

Le Batard & Friends Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:22


Before an afternoon at Top Golf, the Shipping Container and Amin chat about Tony and Billy getting haircuts on the same day, the best perks at the barber, the “Refran Del Día” bit, water usage, and Amin's dinner with Jess and her twine touring cousin. Then, auction winner Zac Dynamite and folks from Miami Heat Beat join us at Top Golf! Plus, Witty's microphone might be racist? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices