So, this week we give you absolutely no educational value in our VLOG. If you are looking for educational content, this weeks VLOG is not it. We decided to put together a blooper reel just for fun. We hope you enjoy it!
Here we go again with an interesting word and this week it is malarkey. We've got some malarkey going on at the shop this week and the Piper Cherokee is finally moving along. Check it out and let us know what you think!
In this episode of "Making Airplanes Better" we're talking about boondoggles and we're getting an update on the progress of the Piper Cherokee 180. We hope you enjoy!
There has to be a first time for everything and this just happens to be our first every VLOG which is basically a video version of a BLOG. Check it out and tell us what you think!
It’s late January but it’s still hard to believe we’re in 2018. It feels like the months fly by here at Sparkchasers and the next thing we know it will be time for Sun ‘n Fun 2018. We just had a company town hall meeting to begin the rollout of our plans for 2018 and to talk through our Mission, Vision, Passion, and core value statements. I’ve always thought of these statements are super important in the day to day culture, and when working on strategic planning.
The Christmas season is upon us and I’m sure you are all getting the same questions I am getting. What do you want for Christmas? What do you think your brother would like? Personally, I don’t have a long list of things I want and most of the things I want would be hard for people to give me. However, after taking some time to think I have come up with two things I really want for Christmas….so somebody get to work on these two things!
Growing up I can remember Kmart’s infamous Blue Light Special deals and the announcements you would hear over the loudspeakers. Many thought this was the “cat’s meow” of all deals because you felt like you were getting something at rock bottom prices, but who was it benefiting? Was it a smart move for Kmart or an act of desperation? For most of my life, Kmart has been on life support financially with barely enough money to pay their employees and their bill, while still servicing their debt. Sound like a company you want to do business with?