The Women of the WBT on The Mompreneur Model

I really love what I do! Sharing the amazing women I have met along my journey is such a joy to me. This week, I am thrilled to share women I have known for years…one or two since I was still in my teens!

It’s now been 40 years since Westchester Broadway Theater opened July 9, 1974 with ”Kiss Me Kate” and has gone on to present 184 productions, becoming the longest running year-round professional equity theater in New York State. They say that behind every good is a good womam – well producers Bob Funking and Bill Stutler have more than just one good woman making their 40 years such a success. Meet Von Ann Stutler, Pia Haas, Ginny Baisi, Lisa Tiso and more – the Women of The Westchester Broadway Theater! Join me on August 21st at 10amPT/1pmET as I share these amazing women here on Word of Mom Radio – the show for Mompreneurs – the NEW Business Women.

Thanks to our show sponsors This is How We Grow and Safety First Bags. Meet all our sponsors in our Momprenuer Marketplace.

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About Dori DeCarlo

Word of Mom Radio ~ the place MOMpreneurs and Business Women meet, share, empower and inspire each other. Join your host, Dori DeCarlo at http://blogtalkradio.com/wordofmomradio on Tuesday"s and Thursday"s ~ sharing the wisdom of women.

3 Responses to The Women of the WBT on The Mompreneur Model

  1. Somporn August 19, 2015 at 9:24 pm #

    OK, I need this. Just found out last night my “little guy” at 8-months-old is 26lbs! I’d do anything to have a crarier to get him through the next few months and the ergo seems perfect. I kind of love the Galaxy Grey ergo, or the Performance Grey (with the blue accents – lovely!) but Chocolate Brown is also great. I did “like” on fB and about to tweet and cross my fingers!

  2. Angger March 5, 2016 at 10:28 am #

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  3. Angger March 5, 2016 at 10:28 am #

    Cripes. Really grown-up on the part of whoever is maikng/marketing the shirts. (I have my ideas as to who it is but considering that they’d stoop to this kind of tactic, I’m not going to say).Look, Stitch and Bitch appeared in books from the 1940s. Can’t the parties involved just conclude it’s a term NOT ORIGINAL TO THEM and be kinda big-tent-y about it? I’m sure that one entity has done far more damage to their business by creating bad feelings than could ever have been done by their not having exclusive use of the phrase.I don’t know it just seems so petty and so silly. Kind of like someone trying to trademark the phrase, That’s hot!

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