Law Office Of Steven H Leahy - August 2018

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IRS RADIO HOUR EVENTS Community and Camaraderie I Couldn’t Live Without

“IRS Radio Hour”on 560 AM the Answer has been more than just a platform for me to discuss topics that can help others; it has also had a significant effect on our community. We do a lot of events for the public, and many of them go beyond just promotions for the station. Each one provides an opportunity to engage with new people in our area and develop meaningful relationships. I had a blast at a cigar event recently over at Bolingbrook Golf Club. The station provided some premium cigars, and I was able tomeet listeners and other advertisers. It was nice to engage in some healthy political debates and have some stimulating conversations. Then, of course, there’s the JoeWalsh event. Over 2,000 people show up for his Freedom, Family, Friends, Food, and Fireworks event. Everyone brings something to the table to helpmake the event unique and fun for everyone. So of course, yours truly had to bring out the famous Chicago hot dog stand. For the third year in a row, everyone at this event got to taste the best Chicago dog they’ll ever have.

" There is a right way and a wrong way to make a Chicago dog."

Don’t let anyone mislead you; there is a right way and a wrong way tomake a Chicago dog. The biggest mistake other stands make is they never get the proportions right. A great Chicago dog is all about proportion. Sometimes I see way toomuch pickle in the bun.You want people to eat the pickle, not take it out. And of course, the dog itself has to be Vienna beef. Mustard, onions, sliced pickles, tomatoes, relish, sport peppers, and celery salt. That’s the makings of a great Chicago dog. Everyone has their interpretations, but mine is the best. Running the radio show requires a significant time commitment, but I don’t look at it as a job. It’s an excellent opportunity for me to draw closer tomy family. After the unfortunate passing of my brother, I was in need of a co-host. When push came to shove, there was no one better to carry on his legacy thanmy nephew, his son. We’re able to challenge each other and also get tomeet like-minded listeners.

If you haven't listened to the show, we air every Sunday at 5 p.m. For the first part of the show, we focus everything on the IRS and what’s going on in the world of taxes. For the rest of the show, we talk about politics, news, sports ... anything goes. For regular listeners of the show, come out and say hi to us at our next event. We’d love to see you and hear your take on just about anything. As long as it’s not Chicago dogs, I’m sure we can get along.

–Steven Leahy



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