Hey Mike – If I’m reading this right, Forbes Magazine just gave you credit
OFF THE WALL: Hi Ron – My feelings in 2011 weren’t exactly original either.
Barry Stout writes… OMG did you have a chat with the President and Ivanka?
Hey Mike – The President is addressing the country right now on infrastructure.
Here’s another video designed to confront some of the myths and misperceptions currently dissuading millions of people from investigating a career in the trades.
“That’s probably why Rowe has over 3.3 million fans on his Facebook page,”
Recently Sam Becker interviewed Mike about his new podcast, “The Way I Heard It” and the importance of the skilled trades.
Mike wrote a guest article for Parade Magazine about the Foundation and mikeroweWORKS’s campaign designed to reinvigorate the skilled trades.
When I’m right, I try not to gloat. I try not to say, “I told you so.”
HVACR Business Publisher Terry Tanker recently interviewed Mike Rowe, the creator and executive producer of Discovery’s “Dirty Jobs” and his new show on CNN, “Somebody’s Gotta Do It.”
Last time I was on Mackinac Island, I picked up horse crap,
The state today at the Mackinac Policy Conference announced a partnership with Rowe and his foundation
Mike Rowe is known for getting dirty. The host of “Somebody’s Gotta Do It”
Partnership with One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing and Mister Sparky will focus on filling the skills gap. One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing and Mister Sparky will donate $100,000 in scholarships to the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. Rowe will also work with the three companies to highlight the benefits of careers in the plumbing, electrical and HVAC industries. It was important that the ad campaign, beginning in May 2015, feature real plumbers, electricians and HVAC techs front and center. LAS VEGAS — A first-of-its-kind partnership with Mike Rowe, the creator and executive producer of CNN’s “Somebody’s Gotta Read More