Gourmet On The Go – #ThatBusinessShow #WorkingWomenWednesday – Featuring Jessica Rivelli, Christina Campbell, and Vivian Dodson

Good morning and happy Wednesday! We always love when Wednesday swings around, because here on #ThatBusinessShow, Wednesday means it’s #WorkingWomenWednesdays! Which means that we have two wonderful guests from The Working Women of Tampa Bay Group! The Working Women of Tampa Bay Group was founded by Jessica Rivelli, who is also the CEO. Dedicating to forwarding women in all aspects, from business sharing, emotional and financial support, education, and all the way to political support, The Working Women of Tampa Bay Group is truly a great group for prefessional women to get behind. Our two guests from the group today on #WorkingWomenWednesday was Christina Campbell, Founder and CEO of The Mommy Spot Tampa Bay, promoting “Momtrepreneuership!”. Our second guest was Vivian Dodson, Founder and Head Chef of On The Go Gourmet! Serving you and your family, catering to your needs, On The Go Gourmet is dedicated to quality, service, and professionalism! If you missed today’s episode of #ThatBusinessShow with Jamie Meloni on #1250WHNZ every weekday at 8am, head to http://www.tampabayradio.com to catch any show on demand! Alternatively, head to Jamie’s YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/jamiemeloni!

First on the air was our partner, Jessica Rivelli – Founder and CEO of The Working Women of Tampa Bay Group! Founding the group to further women in many aspects, she has brought a group of spectacular women together to empower each other and to rise in their fields! You can find out more about Jessica Rivelli, Founder and CEO of The Working Women of Tampa Bay Group at http://www.workingwomenoftampabay.com/.

Coming on first on #ThatBusinessShow was Christina Campbell, Founder and CEO of The Mommy Spot Tampa Bay! Describing to us the enjoyment she found in helping other moms immediately became a true passion and she was steadily becoming an influence in the mommy community. A local news station, Fox 13, featured Christina multiple times in a segment where she is able to share “mommy must haves.” With a strong background in sales and an esteemed niche for creative marketing, Christina knew she was capable of branching out on a larger scale. Having attained a great deal of knowledge through her blog, the obvious next step was to begin development on a website specifically geared towards moms in Tampa, and from this, The Mommy Spot was born. Helping “Momtreprenuers”, Christina Campbell #HelpsOurCity! Learn more about Christina and http://www.mommyspottampa.com/!

Coming on second on #ThatBusinessShow was Vivian Dodson, Founder and Head Chef of On The Go Gourmet. Working one-on-one with clients which allows her to build relationships, share her knowledge, experience, and her creative recipes, Vivian is dedicated to quality and professionalism. With experience in all food styles from Mediterranean, Latin, Italian, classic, American, and many more, Vivian is a master personal chef! Working with high profile since the very beginning, Vivian has worked for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, The New York Yankees, and more! She is dedicated to catering as much as she can to the customer, and providing quality service! Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/onthegogourmet!

As always, thank you for tuning into #ThatBusinessShow with Jamie Meloni on #1250whnz, weekdays at 8am. If you missed today’s show, you can always visit my website and see all of our shows on demand athttp://www.tampabayradio.com or visit my YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/jamiemeloni.

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