AUDIO: Philanthropist Chezky Kauftheil and Duvi Honig On the Zev Brenner Show: Working to Employ Our Communities

AUDIO: Philanthropist Chesky Kauftheil and Learn & Network and Parnassah Expo’s Founder Duvi Honig were on the Zev Brenner radio show yesterdayevening to discuss the upcoming Nationwide Parnassah Expo.

Click here to listen to the interview.

The second, and Nationwide Parnassah Expo and Networking Event will be taking placeĀ at the Meadowlands Exposition Center on February 12, 2013.

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  1. maybe “Jewish” owned stores should hires Jews for once instead of Latin Americans and this way parnassa will have a trickle down effect or are we too proud to work physically?

  2. #1..Everyone wants a $75k job with no education or training. No one is willing to start at the bottom and work their way up. Did you know 80% of Wal-Mart store managers earning over $100k a year started out working on the floor making $8 an hour?

  3. not a bad idea assuming a. Jews are willing to get paid as little as latins get paid and b. Jews are willing to work menial labor as easily and readily as they do

  4. #1 yidden are NOT going to work for $10 an hour. the focus should rather be what new venues can be added for yidden. Duvi is doing a great job. we should all be supporting him

  5. I buy my cereal at certain chain stores since their brands costs me 2 dollars. The Jewish stores charge over 4 dollars a box! I would love to buy from the Jewish stores however I need to be able to afford their products and there is no mitzva in getting ripped off is there?

  6. Does anybody know when attendee registration will open? I’m eager to attend so that I can possibly trade my not so well paying job for a better one!

  7. Lets make the best that we can out of this enclave . Not sayign that everyone here will get what they need out of it. But hopwefully a good amount of production will come out of this.

  8. As an added bonus, buying cereal from a jewish store also gives you the option to buy the real kosher brands. I know all the heteirim I am merely mentioning. I am a cereal lover and used to eat all the OU cereals out there, I made the kabala one Elul to only buy the kosher brands and have kept it up for years and its not easy. Point being – it always pays to go the extra mile, and so buying cereal from a Jewish owned store is for sure something we should all try to do, regardless of the brand.

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