Our first guest is Jane Jenkins Herlong, an international bestselling author, professional singer, recording artist, and Southern humorist whose comedy is heard on SiriusXM radio. She is the author of five books, including her latest book “Sweet Tea Secrets from the Deep-Fried South”. Southern Humorist Jane Jenkins Herlong brings joy and humor with her 50 unusual-but-true faith-filled stories of growing up in the South Carolina low country. Whether you love Southern ways of life or find their ways strange and amusing, you’ll be entertained and inspired by warm Southern-fried humor and tried-and-true tips for attaining the best version of yourself. Jane’s 50 stories address specific landmark events and issues in a woman’s life, such as fitting into the covered-dish church culture, sacred sisterhood, sassy seasoned Southern women and why we are drawn to beauty pageant competition, and much more! For more information, go to: janeherlong.com/
Our second guests are Dr. Ian Giammanco and Michael Richmond-Crum. Dr. Giammanco is the Senior Standards & Data Analytics Director and a Lead Research Meteorologist at the IBHS Research Center in Richburg, South Carolina. Today’s topic is easy, low-cost ways homeowners can prepare for hurricane season this year.
Joining Dr. Ian is Michael Richmond-Crum, Director of Personal Lines & Counsel at APICA, who will discuss the importance of reviewing and updating your insurance coverage to keep pace with high inflation and rising building costs. He will also provide tips on what homeowners should talk to their insurers about to ensure they have the right amount and insurance coverage.
Our last guest is Daniel Paden, the vice president of evidence analysis for the investigative division of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). He works closely with PETA’s undercover investigators to document the conditions and treatment of animals in slaughterhouses, on factory farms, in circuses, laboratories, and the pet trade industry. Daniel will discuss the PETA investigation recently that led to the rescue of 4,000 beagles bred for experiments, and he will also share the inspiring story of a dog named Samson, an 8-year-old beagle, Samson was used as a breeding machine. For more information, go to:www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for-experimentation/