Tony Joe Needs Your Help

If you listen to the radio show, you know Tony Joe. Tony Joe is on my show every Friday as we change the pace a bit with the special car corner edition of Prudent Money. Tony Joe started this segment with Don Spears roughly 10 years before I took over the show in 2002. He volunteers his time to come to the studio to help people with their car related questions. He has helped countless people through all of the years and been such a blessing which brings me to my request.

Tony Joe probably will not be happy about me asking for help. Tony Joe is such a giver and a man who goes out of his way to help others. He would never ask for help in return. As you may or may not know, Tony Joe has an automotive repair shop called Expertech Automotive. Over the past 6 months both of his main mechanics who have been with him for decades have both succumb to career ending illnesses. It is a very unusual and sad occurrence.

If you run a business, you can only imagine how difficult it is to lose the majority of your workers and still keep everything going. It is difficult to stop and go through the interview process because he is doing the work of 3 guys.

Now for the request (after such a long introduction) If you are a mechanic and are unhappily employed or maybe looking for work and would be interested in working for a great guy, send me an email with your information and a little about your background to bob@prudentmoney.com. Please include your number in the email. If you don’t have a resume, don’t worry about it.

If you know of someone who fits the description above, please forward this to them. I appreciate you allowing me to take this space and ask for a little help. Tony Joe is a special guy and I just wanted to do something for him to help him out. We all know me going to the garage and fixing cars is not the answer. 🙂

Keep the Faith

Bob

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