Author, author! Hubby’s third book has officially hit the presses! The first copies of The Last American CEO by Jason Vines and Joe Cappy (the real “last American CEO”) have arrived at the house. This hardcover book is a true insider’s peek into the nasty bits of corporate America/Europe. It follows the story of the near demise of American Motors until its rescue by Chrysler. Auto enthusiasts will enjoy all of the history and power struggles. Jeep lovers will learn how their favorite vehicle saved three different companies. Every reader will marvel at the international intrigue and espionage involved in … Continue reading Third time’s the charm!
Catch Jason Vines this Tuesday, March 22, at noon at Northern Kentucky University as the keynote speaker for Business Week 2016. His speech, “Navigating Communications through a Sea of Lies” will focus on today’s hot topics in politics, business and society. Jason will have copies of his most recent book Jimmy Hoffa Called My Mom a Bitch for sale at the event and will answer questions about all things Business/PR related. Jason’s 3rd book, The Last American CEO is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com and will be out in you local bookstores September 15! It is a fantastic read! Continue reading Book Tour/Business Week
Jason Vines is filling for Frank Beckmann today and tomorrow on Talk Radio WJR. You can listen live by going to WJR.com or simply tuning in from 9am- 12pm. Jason has secured a ton of guests to fill his three hours, some local, some not so! He will also be discussing his 3 books, politics,the automotive industry, the Flint water crisis and all things Michigan! There’s never a dull moment when Jason’s involved! Listen Up! Continue reading Listen up Detroit!
Post holiday shopping with a Barnes & Noble gift card? Jimmy Hoffa called my mom a Bitch! Profiles in Stupidity is now available in all stores, even Falls Church, Virginia. On a recent trip for dim sum at our favorite Chinese restaurant, Good Fortune Seafood, we discovered my husband’s book on the shelves and stopped for a photo-op. No, it’s not being stocked in the kids section….that’s just Jason’s quirky sense of humor…Buy the book! You’ll understand! Continue reading Book #2 is available everywhere!
Shout out to all our friends in the metro Detroit area! Please come out for this impromptu book signing at Barnes and Noble in Rochester Hills this Wednesday! This is a great read for the Holidays! Continue reading Pop-up book signing and meet the author
My hyper-political husband is in his glory watching the first debate night of the 2016 campaign on #FoxNews. Sammy is along for the ride! Will there be more fodder for a new book about politics? Only time will tell! Continue reading More profiles in stupidity?
Waldorf Publishing is proud to present What Did Jesus Drive? @BookExpoAmerica 2015…Booth 2362 and IRC Booth #117 both have the new hardcover of my husband’s first book! Also available are pre-print galleys of his soon to be released second book, Jimmy Hoffa Called My Mom A Bitch. Stop by to say hello if you are in NYC this week! This new book is a Dave Barry-esque look at stupidity in politics, business and life….it’s a winner! Continue reading BEA News
Jason Vines, getting ready to speak to an Organizational Behaviors class at University of Arizona… Continue reading What Did Jesus Drive? at a campus near you…
A couple of busy months for the continuing book tour for What Did Jesus Drive? Crisis PR in Cars, Computers and Christianity by Jason H. Vines. April 21st we are at San Jose State University for a speech and book signing. If you happen to be in the area, stop by. April 29, Jason will be speaking to a class at University of Arizona in Tuscon. A book signing will follow. Hoping to visit San Antonio in mid-May as well. Details to follow… May 27-31 will find Jason at the Book Expo America in New York City, to be followed by … Continue reading What Did Jesus Drive? hits the road again!
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My friend Martin “Hoot” McInerney died yesterday. He was 86, but he lived about 150 years of life to the fullest. Hoot was a hoot. His smile could light up a room as he peered at you through those squinty eyes. My condolences to his wife of 64 years Patricia. Every time I asked Hoot to support a charity I was working with, he did not hesitate in writing a check. He loved Detroit and Detroit loved him back. Hoot’s sense of humor was wicked. We used to produce an annual parody show called the Detroit… Continue reading What a Hoot! What a Life! What a Man! R.I.P my friend