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Introducing Baltimore Positive and our goals

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Iconic local sports personality Nestor Aparicio understands Baltimore and business. He’s owned one at WNST.net & AM 1570 since 1998. Helping promote local entities and bragging about local businesses has allowed his media platform to evolve from a small AM radio brand to a nationally syndicated host and successful entrepreneur.

Nestor met former Baltimore County Executive Don Mohler as a Dundalk High student in 1982 and now the two lifelong friends will gather the news makers and people making impact on Baltimore and candidly discuss local issues and ways to make our community better.

This is a prologue conversation to jump start this Baltimore Positive platform.

Don turns the tables and asks Nestor why he’s turning his WNST media brand and personal efforts toward saving his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland.

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