Kevin Finn of California Shine is an accomplished young business owner with lots of experience and deep knowledge of his trade. His services include headlight restoration, carpet and upholstery steam cleaning, deep leather cleaning, and paint correction. This morning Kevin brought a bunch of his trusted tools and answered many questions that his presentation inspired in the audience. To learn more about Kevin’s company please visit www.letipsantacruz.com/member-directory/california-shine.
Noel McCord of Opes Advisors spoke about his business and gave great examples of how his efforts and vast expertise in the industry can benefit his clients. Noel is a direct mortgage lender. He helps families to obtain mortgages that best serve their needs, and works with a wide range of customers including first time home buyers, those looking to improve their mortgage through refinancing, and savvy real estate investors. To learn more about Noel’s professional services please visit www.letipsantacruz.com/member-directory/opes-advisors.
Baird Tinkey, Handyman spoke of his business practices and gave examples of different projects and installations, as well as mentioned his set of trusted tools, which help him in various ways to overcome challenging situations on different jobs. To learn more about Baird’s professional services please visit www.letipsantacruz.com/member-directory/baird-tinkey-handyman.
Kyle Sharp of Edward Jones spoke about his business and explained that the way the economy is going, and especially in the light of the new tax system, this year could be a very opportune time for the retirement related investments. He also mentioned the way the financial advisors get rated at Edward Jones, which is based on their performance managing more of their clients’ capital, rather than the highest commission earned, which can in itself be a self-serving attitude without sufficient care for the clients’ benefits. To learn more about Kyle’s professional services please visit www.letipsantacruz.com/member-directory/edward-jones.