Crowdfunding Saved the Video Star

Posted by: victorb 9/20/2017 10:09 PM

Crowdfunding Saved the Video Star
Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The East Coast’s largest video store can be found in the heart of Norfolk’s historic Ghent neighborhood, and thanks to a whirlwind Kickstarter campaign, now has enough money to continue operations. Naro Expanded Video outpaced its $25,000 goal in just the first two days of the crowdfunding campaign. Today host Joe Flanagan talks with the team behind the effort to save Norfolk’s historic video store. Join us at 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240. We'll also get an update on the latest movements of hurricanes Jose and Maria and speak with one emergency responder getting ready to deploy with FEMA and another already on-site in Puerto Rico.

Today's Guests:

Scott Lawrimore – Is a meteorologist with the Weather Channel 

Art Kohn – Is the Virginia Beach Fire Department’s Public Information Officer

District Chief Michael Barakey – Is the Assistant Team Leader of Virginia Task Force 2

Nate Custer – Is a Public Information Officer with the Federal Emergency Management Agency

Leslie Renn – Is the creative force behind the Save Naro Video Kickstarter

Perry Miles – Helped organize the effort to save Naro Video

Patrick Taylor – Is a longtime employee and advocate for Naro Video

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