Today was the premiere of the Bryan 2 Business Talk Radio Show. Bryan has in-depth discussions with leaders in the firearms industry to discuss the industry, the current challenges it faces and the opportunities that lie ahead. Guests include: Larry Kaene of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), Carrie Lightfoot Owner/founder of The Well Armed Woman and Lisa Riley Link Business Phoenix. Tune in every Thursday at noon to one on Money Radio 1510AM or 105.3FM.
Carrie Lightfoot is the owner of The Well-Armed Woman, LLC. She is the founder and Chairwoman of the Board of The Well Armed Woman Shooting Chapters, a 501(c)3 Non-profit with 400 chapters in 49 states.
Carrie was elected to the National Rifle Association Board of Directors in 2018 and is a Benefactor Life Member.
She is a published author and popular national speaker appearing in national media including CNN, NBC Nightly News, FOX News, Blaze TV and NRA TV.
Carrie is a certified Firearms Instructor with both the NRA and the USCCA and has certified over 500 female firearms instructors.
Lisa brings her mid-western values to business brokerage, where Integrity meets Results. One of the things that energizes Lisa is putting people together in “win-win” situations so that each party can move on to the next phase in their life.
Lisa’s educational achievements include a BA from Benedictine College (KS) and M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame (IN). Lisa received the prestigious Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) certification from the International Business Brokers Association, Certified Mergers & Acquisitions Professions (CM&AP) from Coles College of Business, Certified Business Broker (CBB) certifications from the Arizona Association of Business Brokers.
Prior to becoming an Intermediary and then the Designated Broker and Owner of LINK Business-Phoenix, Lisa applied her sales and management skills in home construction, her evaluation skills in her statistical and evaluation company, and her teaching skills from her many years as a University professor.