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Meet Christine Staley, founder of Magic City Hoagies

Who would think that one of Minot North Dakota's biggest cheerleaders would be a native of Miami Florida who moved here because she and her husband LOVE cold weather!

I believe you will LOVE this radio broadcast of my interview with Christine Staley, founder of Magic City Hoagies in Minot.

 

 

Christine StaleyBeing the over the air version on Minot Today is limited to 15 minutes I often have to leave half an interview or more on the cutting floor. Thank goodness I can post the entire interview right here on Active Rain for your enjoyment. My interview with Christine Staley, founder of Magic City Hoagies, was such a delight I certainly had to make sure the entire interview was available to you. If you have not yet been to Magic City Hoagies you owe it to yourself to get over their right away. Stop just once and you will be convinced that Magic City Hoagies is the BEST sandwich shop in Minot.

Here is the full 27 minute uncut/unedited version

 

Minot Today is broadcast over two Minot radio stations and can be heard every Friday on 106.9 FM at 12:15 and again on 1320 AM at 4:45 PM. I store all the Minot Today radio broadcasts at Podomatic which you can enjoy HERE.

BOB TIMM, Project Coordinator for Tivoli Custom Homes- MINOT

Our model home is located at 9 11th Ave NE

 Minot North Dakota 58703

Visit my website at www.MinotHome.com

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Call 701-852-1197 or text 701-720-8513

Comment balloon 7 commentsBob "RealMan" Timm • September 14 2018 02:16PM
Meet Christine Staley, founder of Magic City Hoagies
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