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Money & the Law on Location at Caseys

by Paul Saulnier
November 16, 2012

November 15, 2012. Holliston's newest radio talk show hosts took their program to Casey's Pub for that homey atmosphere Hollistonians prefer.

The show was being taped for airing on Saturday, November 17, 2012, starting at 8 AM on Milford's WMRC, 1490 AM on your dial.

Complete with headsets, mikes, and a studio technician, the show began at 8:00 PM sharp with Jay Marsden, above left, providing the introductory comments, followed impatiently by John Drohan, right.

The topic for the show was the 25 documents you need before you die, not exactly uplifting but important if you want to keep the current administration from giving it all away to the entitled.

Unfortunately, the clamor generated by the those who came with questions for Jay and John...

...and those who hoped to go home with them afterwards, prevented HollistonReporter.com from acquiring and passing on valuable tips on wealth preservation. But the good news is that you can hear it all Saturday, November 17, 2012, from 9 to 10 AM on Milford's WMRC, 1490 AM on your dial, and every Saturday.

 

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