Take 5 Interviews

Take 5 with The Boomer and The Babe is a great way for extraordinary people to tell their stories to the world. It’s one take and very natural, engaging and unique. Here is one example of our recent Take 5 interviews.

TAKE 5!  Follow the links to watch Take 5 interviews with the following cool people:

“We’ve figured out the right way to dry clean at a great price.”    Dan Pierce, Galaxy Cleaners

“Your website is your storefront; make it a good one!”    Christine Siler, C&R Productions

“It’s a great place for bonding with your treasured pet.”    Jenna D’Amico, Kimbur Pet Wash & Suites

“We put the one-stop in one-stop print shop!”    Loretta Johnston, Infinity Magazine & JTS Printing

“I didn’t mean to be a charter school principal; I’m glad it found me.”    Dahlia Lockhart, Youngtown Public Charter School

“Sun City Country Club is today’s golf club for tomorrow’s families.”    Tom Loegering, Sun City Country Club

“Putting the heart in real estate yields a gift that keeps on giving.”    Nancy Muslin, Nancy Muslin, PLLC

“English tea is to be savored, and it’s good for you, to boot!”    Brenda Williams, Brenda’s English Teas, LLC

“If a person doesn’t like snap, crackle and pop, there are lots of other treatment options!”    Bret Wilson, Bell West Chiropractic

“It’s a pleasure to promote the great things about the northwest valley of Phoenix.”  Jodie Wilson, Discover the Region Magazine and DiscovertheRegion.com

Remember, we’re people before we’re famous authors, interesting business owners, or compelling community leaders.  We want to share, and we want to know about other people and what makes them tick: how it is, how it’s been, or how it’s going to be from a particular viewpoint. 

Wanna Take 5? Call 623-328-8820 for information. The video goes up on our YouTube channel and also resides on SplashVOD, our online video magazine.
"Take 5" videos


This is not a Take 5, but it represents a project we are passionate about – Valley View Community Food Bank in Surprise, Arizona. We are looking for 200 locations to accept a food collection box. Why 200? Because that’s what it takes to fill the warehouse with canned goods for a six-week period. Valley View Community Food Bank is providing FREE (always free) food boxes for 300 to 500 families a day! Call Pete and Deborah (aka The Boomer and The Babe) with questions or to offer your location for a collection box. Thank you!


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