The ABQ ShowSundays at 10:00 am and and throughout the day on ProViews Networks - Comcast Cable Channel 26
Wally Drangmeister is a communications and marketing dynamo. He brings a deep background in business, public policy along commitment to the success of Albuquerque to his role as host.
Recent Segments of The ABQ Show
Hear a lively conversation with Angela Reed Padilla of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico. Hear about how the mentoring programs are positively impacting the youth of Albuquerque and across the state. And learn what you can do to volunteer to help this great organization fulfill its mission to defend every kid’s potential. Since Wally Drangmeister is a big brother in the program and Angel is a big sister, you will also hear some of their inspirational experiences with the program.
Wally Drangmeister visits with T.J. Cook of ABQid. ABQid is a business accelerator that employs a lean startup customer-validation methodology that helps new businesses focus their early efforts on serving real customers. You will hear about success stories that show how ABQid’s approach is helping businesses in Albuquerque achieve real results.
The 2019 National Senior Games will be held in Albuquerque on June 14 – June 25, 2019. To date, over 5,000 athletes from across the United States have registered to complete in the games. In addition, 1,800 New Mexicans have qualified for the games representing 28 counties and 121 communities and pueblos across new Mexico. The event is still looking for volunteers to help produce this event that will feature 20 sports at venues in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Santa Ana and Cochiti. To volunteer for the event call 505-210-1930 or send an email to email@example.com. If you or your organization are interested in sponsorship opportunities contact Hazel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-768-3316. You can also get information about volunteering, sponsorship or attending the games at nsginabq.com.
The ABQ Show visits with Jim Garcia of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce. Jim discusses the mission and programs of the Chamber and highlights the upcoming La Noche Encantada, the black tie event of the year with cocktails, gourmet dinner, concert, dancing and after party.
The ABQ Show welcomes Stacy Sacco. Stacy is professor, entrepreneur and skilled networker and relationship builder. One of Stacy’s many projects is an awesome website – NMNetLinks.com. This site has a wealth of content including local job openings, business events and lists of many types of businesses and organizations in Albuquerque and across New Mexico. Stacy has also developed some great content highlighting what is great about Albuqerque including 101 Things Burquenos Can Brag About and Things to Do for People with Discerning Tastes.
The ABQ Show has a lively discussion with Lisa Adkins of FatPipe New Mexico about their coworking spaces in Abuquerque, Rio Rancho and Raton. Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared workplace. Coworking offers a solution to the problem of isolation that many freelancers experience while working at home, while at the same time letting them escape the distractions of home. Lisa is very involved with the entrepreneurial community of Albuquerque and uses her skills and connections to assist FatPipe’s clients grow their businesses.
The ABQ Show visits with City Councilor Ken Sanchez about the issues facing District 1 on Albuquerque’s west side. Crime, infrastructure and bringing a better jobs/housing balance to the district are among the many issues discussed.
The ABQ Show visits with Sonja Dewing. Sonja is an author, entrepreneur and athlete. Wally Drangmeister visits with Sonja about her book Toy of the Gods, Sonja’s involvement with the entrepreneurial business community in Albuquerque, and Sonja’s athletic endeavors. You can learn more about Sonja at sonjadewing.com.