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What to look for in the sky – and downtown and Fell’s Point – during Maryland Fleet Week


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Longtime public relations executive Dorothy Fuchs joins Nestor at Kooper’s North on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to share all of the details of the Maryland Fleet Week schedule and activities for downtown Baltimore and Fell’s Point – on the ground and in the air for kids of all ages.


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Nestor J. Aparicio, Dorothy Fuchs

Nestor J. Aparicio  00:00

Welcome home we are wn St. am 1570, Towson, Baltimore and Baltimore positive. You’re watching out on the podcast land on the video. We’re here at Cooper’s north. We are in Mays chapel that’s sort of Lutherville West Timonium, West Cockeysville, West Madonia West Timonium north, so brought to you by our friends at the Maryland lottery. I had Batman scratch offs to give away down to my last few here. We’re going to be at the State Fair in Catonsville on Thursday. I think by next week. We get to Coco’s on Wednesday. We’ll have lucky sevens. I got great guests. To Coco’s next Wednesday. We’re going to be a Costas on the 20th. Before the Orioles Yankees game, and then we’re going to be at Pappas in Parkville. Jeanne wants me to sing karaoke songs and Englebert Humperdinck numbers that may happen on the 25th. But we’re here at Cooper’s north, not just promoting Cooper’s north and all things Baltimore County, but there’s a little thing that’s going to be flying around the city next weekend, called Fleet Week, something that I love. My wife loved that we lived downtown for 20 years. The last time it happened. I was over in Harbor East. I think this guest Dorothy Fuchs was actually in the room when they brought the Blue Angels in and they had a beautiful woman. I had a crush on the girl my wife obviously there was five Tom Cruise’s she was like, I want a picture with uh, you know, all of that stuff. Are these were purple dots. She is. She’s one of them. PR ladies. You know, he does old school. You don’t do this much. You’re usually like, you know, fronting Patrick to get out in front of this girl behind the scenes. Well, I mean, but okay, that’s who knows, has all the answers for what I’m looking for. Right, exactly. So, Fleet Week and what it represents and full disclosure, Patrick called me two months ago. So if you’re doing Fleet Week, you know what that is? I’m like, Yeah, hell yeah. I mean, I’m downtown. I lived on the 23rd floor harbor court, when fleet would happen the first time the plane would go by you duck, right? Because it sounds like bombs are going crazy. It’s really loud. Right? So we got our cat never got neither one of our cats liked Fleet Week much with the noise. But we loved it. And it’s so electrifying to your eye that we tried to take pictures and you can’t they move too fast and all that. And I don’t think you can. It’s like NASCAR a little bit unless you experience the speed and the thunder of it. You there’s television. It’s it’s it’s four dimensional. It’s not three dimensional, right to go experience. Yeah. And my wife loves she broke her ankle the other day. She wanted to come out on the show today. And like always, but this was one of our favorite things. And honestly, as a media doofus. I didn’t do things on this six years ago with you. And I’m delighted to have you on No, I I just give me the whole rundown on how this began. Because we’re such a we’re a boat town. Obviously, we know that the Key Bridge now. But living downtown up in the sky, you would see the tall ships come in, you would see the Fleet Week thing happened and anything that’s patriotic was an Army Navy game, or Fourth of July, the city wraps itself around this because of Francis Scott Key and the Star Spangled Banner, right?


Dorothy Fuchs  03:00

So Fleet Week, there’s fleet weeks all over the country. And we’re just one of the lucky cities that hosts a Fleet Week. And they started out a celebration and in 2012 and 2014. I love that. And they were celebrating the or commemorating the War of 1812 when they were tall ships and a lot of other things. And those were very, very spectacular big, big events. And they were awesome. But flicks 20 It’s a little it’s not as many ships, but it’s so I like to talk about it in buckets because it’s just easy to talk about. So we have the fleet, the flights and the festival. So that’s

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:34

a lot of F’s.

Dorothy Fuchs  03:35

It’s a lot of Alright,

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:36


let’s go. So

Dorothy Fuchs  03:38

the fleet are the navy vessels. So I call them great, you know, the big gray halls you’re gonna try and there’s some really fabulous ships coming in this year. We’re gonna have a couple down at North Lucas point. We’re gonna have some down at the Inner Harbor, we’re gonna have coast guard ships.

Nestor J. Aparicio  03:51

And a lot of these you’re boarding right, you go take a tour, my wife and I were really cool when he’s Argentinian sailors would come in, you know, down at the harbor. And we’d always were looking for Dutch ships. You know, wherever the protocol you’d see the flag up there. And you know, my wife had come down and it’s always dudes, you know what I mean? dudes in their gear down at the harbor, walking around. Merchant Marine looking dude, but there were always signs out like that there were cocktail parties were always parties happening. I always felt like dignitaries and different people would come. But there was always like a Saturday, you could turn the ship between the two. My wife would see all of this on Downtown Partnership and whatnot. She’d be like, we’re gonna go over and she would say, That’s Brazilian. They’re gonna have like, you know, drinks on there for us and stuff. Yeah. So we would wind up going on to these boats. We did it a lot.

Dorothy Fuchs  04:41

Yeah. So these ships. We don’t have tall ships. I’m coming this time. But we, we probably well, the next time we come back around this is every two years. So the ships come in on June 12. And they come in at different times because they have to be docked at different times. But it’s so exciting to have it and I always like to remind People aren’t we have hometown favorites? We have. Our historic ships in Baltimore are always here, the constellation and the tours and the James Bond always comes. So awesome, right? So right there living classrooms in historic ships is really the nonprofit that brings Fleet Week to life. And they work with the Navy and many, many of our partners, so the fleet is going to be great. We work with Sail Baltimore, we work with the Navy, the Coast Guard, you name it, anybody that’s attached to ships, we work with them. And then the flights are going to be really cold and be flyovers. So if you’re at the Inner Harbor, and you want some angel, we’re not telling


Nestor J. Aparicio  05:35

you what, what what are these these planes. So some of the

Dorothy Fuchs  05:38

planes that are coming over, some of them are the high tech ones, you know, think of the bush coming over, but then there’s going to be some really cool vintage flights, and they’re going to be in formation. So the formation flights, you know, think of World War Two. All right, so really,

Nestor J. Aparicio  05:52

I gotta tell you story. Back 10 years before my wife had cancer, so it must have been like 10 or 11 or 12. We got a call to go down to Martin Marietta and get on was it the belle of Memphis Memphis Belle? Yes. And so this is like a 1940s bomber. Yeah. And you know, my dad worked on these in Martin Marietta. Wow, my decade from scratch. My whole background. You can read the book on my dad or check out the documentary out there, but I love my father. But my wife she took the day off. Like we got the press junket they were like, they want nasty, nasty open. Dude, I was chained to the wall. This thing’s rumbling rumbling my wife’s like, let me get out and see what’s going on. And so we have video. I was scared poopoo this man and we’re driving over like flying over driving flying over my my childhood home because it was East Baltimore. So I’m flying over Dundalk. And I’m seeing back River and I’m seeing eastpoint Mall and I’m seeing poop plan. Because you know, you can see that from the sky. All the way to cost us two weeks. But, but there’s something about being opening air over Baltimore. I’ve been up in the air over Baltimore, obviously planes landing. But lower down. I’ve been in a helicopter once and I was on that crazy little plane. Those planes are almost 100 years old. Right? Like so. And they’re legit and they fly. But they fly. It didn’t like being on Southwest. And you know, I mean, it’s

Dorothy Fuchs  07:25


flight. So we love to on the fly over because actually, I mean, we love the Blue Angels always loved them. Right. They’re so awesome to see. But when we have the flyover so just more people can see them. Sure. Now if you’re walking anywhere around the harbor, you can see them coming over. We’re going to have somebody down, right in the Inner Harbor, talking about what the flights are, what kind of aircraft they

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:43

are, when people start hearing the boom Wednesday they do like they do test runs or there’s no testing and there’s

Dorothy Fuchs  07:49

not for that. Not for the flavors. They don’t do that but it’ll just be so cool to hear

Nestor J. Aparicio  07:54

it is it Friday, Saturday, what are you gonna zoom zoom?


Dorothy Fuchs  07:56

They’re gonna they’re gonna be flying Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Okay, so just the weekend, yes, the weekend before, but a serie. So you’ll hear like, you know, a jet come over, you might hear helicopters or says that we have some local helicopters are going to be in that as well. And then next might be up, you know, some vintage information flights coming over. So it’ll just be like going on all afternoon. It’ll just be cool because you’d be standing there. And all of a sudden, you look up in the sky, and there’s this craft coming over. And they’re also bringing, I’m not gonna say it right, because I’m not very good at technical things. But there’s a hover certain hovercraft that they’re going to bring. They’re going to do some demos. It’s going to be really cool. And then the festivals are off the hook. So we have a festival at the Inner Harbor. 25 bands on two stages.

Nestor J. Aparicio  08:42

What I know I like music.

Dorothy Fuchs  08:44

It’s it’s everything. Rock reggae.

Nestor J. Aparicio  08:47


We’re gonna get good weather.

Dorothy Fuchs  08:48

Oh, sure. Come on. Alright, just check. Yeah, of course. And we’re also on the Phillies. We’re down to we get to only a certain town. Yeah, I mean, and Fleet Week we’ll be there we will have some we have some sailors that are gonna be going to the game. We there also be singing the National Anthem and having the color guard there. So

Nestor J. Aparicio  09:05

it’s a civic celebration. Baltimore positive and fans I talk about here. And I’ve said this out loud and I’ll probably continue to say it the rest of my life. I thought that I loved the Orioles and the Ravens and the Colts and the Skipjacks because of sports. I think I like this Civic part of like bringing people together. And I’m a kid that my parents took me to the city fair when the harbor open in the 80s. I was talking to Patrick about every Fells Point festival, every Fleet Week celebration, certainly the light city, all of them all of these kinds of events. Where do they come from? I mean, you’re doing PR you’ve got a huge background from Hillman and all these people i i don’t know you but I know of you and I know we know a million of the same people. But the genesis of all of this and I remember when the IRS came to town and they wanted to get me involved. They didn’t pay the bill and people didn’t come and they built a racetrack I was down in Vegas and saw that there are good ideas right And they’re bad ideas. And there are Billy Joel concerts downtown that bring people to things and there are pregnancies that are built in. But for me, the manufactured things, the things like I, we love the light city, my wife and I love creative, right? And we lived at the harbor high. And I thought, this is something at Black, White, young, old, rich poor that but all the businesses can drink in on this, and they don’t have to do anything too special now other than put some music and some good food out, right? Because the streets are going to be what the cell is, which is the original purpose of the Inner Harbor, right? Come to the harbor, what do you need to do there? Nothing. It’s the harbor, there’s water, there’s bikes, there’s people, there’s docks, there’s, you know, we built all of that. And then on top of that, these events, and

Dorothy Fuchs  10:46

this is free, everything is free. It’s all free. So we want families to come, there’s going to be an education and STEM area that’s new this year, the Navy and a lot of the other partners are working with I mean, that’s really that’s the core really isn’t it? It’s about teaching children about STEM and and careers and things that a


Nestor J. Aparicio  11:05

plane flies over. How can I do that? Planes fly all of that sort of part

Dorothy Fuchs  11:09

of it. So it was so interesting learning all the different careers that you can have in the Navy, I didn’t even realize half of them, but they’re really, really interest. So you can play when I have to cut my hair. No, yeah, no, sorry.

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:23

I’ll have more to show but I’m gonna cut my hair

Dorothy Fuchs  11:25


right. And then we have a couple of events in events. So we have like a crab soup cookoff we have a 5k and Rum Punch. crowd that’s going to be in Fells Point,

Nestor J. Aparicio  11:34

I got called because Patrick was trying to do like a crab cake. They’re doing a patch. But they’re gonna do it in one place one time. Now instead, it’s the people who are gonna go out and eat the crab cakes in the square. I think I’m one of the people so I’ll already call so this isn’t just as much as we’re here at Cooper’s north and Patrick and everybody. This isn’t just a Fells Point thing. This is literally you’ll see and hear and feel as even an island town in Kent and World War that this is but the mobilization of the festival and people, it’s to the water. You want to get people down on

Dorothy Fuchs  12:10

the way Exactly. And the promenade is is going to be filled with activity. There’s a mini parade we want people to come down to cool kids on the bay. There’ll be pirates and mermaids and the Oreo bird and or and ravens cheerleaders, and anybody can be in it. Just come down. Walk along the promenade. Bring your little wagon.

Nestor J. Aparicio  12:26

Give me a little card a minute ago. Where’s my little card that I leave it over here? Hold on I my corn will get me to it. I got my phone to hear this. She gave me a card. I went up online and I found this this was up on the visit Maryland like yeah, me presented by Northrop Grumman. I want to make sure I get that out there. And a lot of well, I already mentioned Southwest Airlines. Yeah, fly them all the time. I lost my damn companion pass last year by like 500 points, man. So we got to get that back here this year. Empty fleet MD fleet. And there’s a whole app that you can like get all the events and move yourself around. And this is a really a week long event that begins next week. We’re going to be broadcasting from Cooper’s north or excuse me, Cooper south, which we call Coopers and Fells Point. Next Friday, we’re going to be there as part of our crabcakes we’re gonna get around firm and I know a lot of the Fells Point vendors. I have love I have a love love relationship.


Dorothy Fuchs  13:22

We finally gather great

Nestor J. Aparicio  13:23

people. Yeah, absolutely. Their daughter you, too. So fleet tour visiting United States and Canadian naval ships, US Coast Guard and sea service vessels at the Inner Harbor, North Lucas, North locus point would be like UnderArmour right? Yes. Domino’s never heard?

Dorothy Fuchs  13:43


Nestor J. Aparicio  13:43


Look, just when I figured out what port Covington is they changed now on me. I never call on the Baltimore Peninsula. What the hell was still say that I know what Peninsula in Baltimore. It’s important is Dundalk. And we all found that out when Cambridge within enjoy an exciting series of flyovers of vintage I don’t recommend getting in those because I did that once. modern military That sounds fun. civilian aircraft June 15 16th from 11 to four centered over the Inner Harbor So anywhere you are Federal Hill locus point Canton, downtown uptown Midtown you’ll see it you’ll feel it I bet yeah. I bet even if you’re like at the zoo, like you know what I mean? Like Park? Yeah. Poor animals over there. The celebration offers three dynamic festivals featuring live music, delicious local food drink. Well, that’s important. It is very I need to get wet. When I’m down there. Our military displays educational STEM activities as well as family funds on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. That’s Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 11/8 Fells Point where we’ll be on Friday from two until nine. We were starting before two o’clock there because that’s where they roll with that us launch. Saturday 11 to nine and Sunday lemonade. Martin state airport. Yeah,

Dorothy Fuchs  14:50

we’re on our county. Yeah, that’s that’s the aircraft flying in and out. I’ll

Nestor J. Aparicio  14:56

tell anybody in Dundalk, but everybody knows So they’re having

Dorothy Fuchs  15:00

an open house out there. That’s our third festival. So you can go and see static displays. There’s a really wonderful museum out there. The Glendale Martin Museum, which is going to be open the whole weekend. Very fun. And that’s where the aircraft fly in and out of so it’s some people just like to go and watch that. It’s kind of fun. So


Nestor J. Aparicio  15:17

you’re my dad worked in 1945 when it came to Baltimore mayor, Dan Aaron ASICs, that’s awesome. Mount Carmel, you gotta go past Mount Carmel church to get there. And to get the pizza. I saw

Dorothy Fuchs  15:25

this event because it brings together state entities, city entities, county entities, you know, emergency management. I mean, like, you wouldn’t believe how many people it takes to put this event on. It’s a lot. It’s hundreds and hundreds of people. But everybody comes together, they collaborate, they talk to each other, they figure it out and the Navy, it’s just it’s just such an awesome feel good event feels really good to

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:45

how does it happen? Give me a little bit peel back the onion. And I know we’re gonna have guests here, but like, it hasn’t happened

Dorothy Fuchs  15:52


in a number of years. It happens every two years. They didn’t have a de COVID. Okay,

Nestor J. Aparicio  15:57

so I’m trying to understand that because I don’t I know when they play the Super Bowl, except Yeah, I don’t know. Fleetwood kind of comes and then it kind of goes. And I’m like, it’s like the celebration thing. Let’s do another one of those.

Dorothy Fuchs  16:09

Wow, you know, well, fine. If we can find millions of dollars, that’d be great. So we’ll we’ll work. We can work on that

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:14

we find million dollars, let me know I manage to manage that fight. Dorothy Fuchs is here she’s from purple dots. They are public relations firm here. But you get a heck of a background with all of this


Dorothy Fuchs  16:25

stuff. And it’s one of my favorite events today. I really love doing it. Why did

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:28

you hear about it or know about it and be cool with

Dorothy Fuchs  16:32

it because I a lot of my I call my my clients are the feel good clients of features. I work in food and wine and museums and hospitality and tourism, hotels, nonprofits. So when celebration was happening, I actually volunteered I get to actually get to come in and one of the Argentinian ships.

Nestor J. Aparicio  16:49


And I said, I really do you know where the good empanadas? Well,

Dorothy Fuchs  16:52

you know, you gotta go where that is, right. And then a couple years later, they said, That’s so much work. And you come in and add to our team. And I said, Sure. So I do a lot of media relations. I said, I’ll help you with that. And then since then, I’ve been a contractor and I come in and work on it every two years. It’s really fun. Well,

Nestor J. Aparicio  17:08

the media relations space has changed so much certainly sports where you know, I talk about it all the time. It’s a strong arming way. You say on PR, but you really want to do is keep me away from Lamar Jackson, keep me away from the team don’t want questions. You don’t want hard questions you don’t want question about money you don’t want, like I did all that. And then there’s the PR part of we’re throwing a party, we want everybody to know about it. We want you to come and have fun. We want the weather today. There’s a different side of and I’ve done it all man for years, I’ve been doing this from the newspaper 1984 was Sylvia badger trying to get plugs in for you know, things like this, when these kinds of events, charity events, 5k Roll, that’s what Baltimore positive is a combination of all this because I feel like there’s less I mean, no offense to the sun, or the banner or any of the TV stations and the internet, like Fleet Week is something ever it’s for everybody in the community, but you trying to get everybody to talk about us and features so

Dorothy Fuchs  18:03

I most of the stuff I do is positive and it’s about right, a fundraiser or a nonprofit or a festival or you know, something in tourism. And I just love the tourism arena. It’s great, but there aren’t many people in that arena. Thank God you know, so I love working on it. But I love talking about positive things. I get really upset sometimes when people are like I don’t want to go downtown. I don’t want to do this. I’m like, why? Like the Oreos are great. The ravens are great go downtown go experience it goes here go to a restaurant you


Nestor J. Aparicio  18:31

have a political thing to mean it’s bothers me you know well, not just back to the city anymore.

Dorothy Fuchs  18:35

You know what’s funny, people say I’m not going to the city guard for shows. Right? I went to see a show and I said that was downtown. Oh yeah. That’s really funny to me. I

Nestor J. Aparicio  18:44

don’t go downtown anymore but I love the Orioles and the bases listen I love while you’re downtown go over and see Patrick coats don’t stop to see my friends at a meet she’s, you know, for me. Yeah, go have a crab cake somewhere. It goes to go to the families and see the brain likes in the market. Right. So take a tour here all of this poop. And you know, I told Patrick’s a fox 44 He’s got a camera two o’clock in the morning on Friday replace waiting for some bed and I said, I can’t fathom and he and I were talking about what a spy. The homicide set was for what is now the most beautiful hotel in the city. Right? Like how far we’ve come. I did a show last week in the brand new families that they thought was never gonna get here and brand new. And it’s there. And it’s friggin gorgeous. And my wife came down on her birthday and walked through and the markets active and safe and fun and clean and lit and and you’ll come back if you go Yeah, and it’s like saying that about an Oreo game and it’s the same thing about fleet we come down to Fells Point. If you haven’t been middle of the day, come down on Friday afternoon, bring your family park the car, come get a crab cake and some oysters. And it’s those kinds of experiences that will change your mind about coming back and saying I’m going to go Go and get a beer at Ron firmance place and try a beer. I’ve never had Max’s do that before I go to an oral game or do that before I go see Justin Timberlake at the CFG banchory Miss. There’s so many good things

Dorothy Fuchs  20:11


that are so lucky too, because, you know, Waterfront Partnership has great programming. So we’re cross promoting like we’re doing a workout with a sailor with them. They already do workouts at the Inner Harbor. So we’re gonna do a special, we do a lot with Downtown Partnership, visit Baltimore, visit Maryland. They’re all such great partners. And that’s what is so great about this particular event. We all come together like how can we lift each other? How can we support each other? How can we help each other how can we, you know, get people to come downtown more, this is how we do it. Well,

Nestor J. Aparicio  20:41

I will get everybody out to M d Fleet Week. Dorothy Felix is here she is promoting Maryland Fleet Week and flyover so look up your neck might hurt a little bit stretch it out a little bit this week, before next weekend. And I’m going to talk Chris back this but to your background of knowing how these things happen every two years and putting these on and having sponsors like Northrop Grumman and write a big check and say we’re going to have police zoning this that right but it really is something about people like Patrick and local businesses and local people saying let’s embrace this. Let’s get people not just in my bar, but let’s get people to the streets. It’s summertime we were all locked up for a couple of years here we private in nonsense that this is the time to get back and experience what’s going on. Exactly.

Dorothy Fuchs  21:29

I love it. All right.

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:30

Well look up everybody. It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a fly over its fleet. We its fleet. My thanks, Dorothy for coming. You name it the


Dorothy Fuchs  21:42

elusive contact. I’m

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:43

like, Is she real? I

Dorothy Fuchs  21:45

am real. All right. Well,

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:47


you get the gumbo here. I

Dorothy Fuchs  21:49

have it. Oh, no, I have it. I love it. It’s delicious. So I came in a couple hours ago you eat like you’re just you’re like you’re full. If I got it. I don’t sometimes eat dinner. It’s

Nestor J. Aparicio  21:58

comes back on. I’m gonna ask him why he doesn’t put more rice in it. Because to me the Gumbo is so rich, and you can a bowl of rice with a ladle of gumbo. It’s

Dorothy Fuchs  22:07

that it would still be amazing. Unbelievable. Yeah, it’s really good. Yeah.


Nestor J. Aparicio  22:12

All right. We’re Cooper’s north. The crab cakes are good here to sort of burgers and the entertainment. A patch is gonna come back on. We’re gonna talk more about Fleet Week, a POW. Terry’s gonna come by he’s a cancer survivor. Like my wife. My My wife was going to come by today and she’s on narcotics. And she puts a mess and it’s the first day of summer and it was her birthday. Gosh, did she call in and I had to get her and not fun. Yeah, yeah, she’s a little bit around so Hey, honey, will you know what’s gonna make her feel better? Wow, gumbo for Cooper’s in the well I think your friends at the Maryland lottery put this out there by giving you one yet. Now you’re 18 years of age. I didn’t card you I don’t want to offend you. Pac Man scratch offs to give away we’re literally the whole list here. We’re gonna be Thursday morning at State Fair having brunch before the Orioles beat the Blue Jays and hopefully Geddy Lee shows up. We’re gonna be next Wednesday. Coco’s Paul Max Weiss is coming by next week. Give me a hard time she wants some award. I’m trying to angle to get to be best to Baltimore. Something I don’t know what that is.

Dorothy Fuchs  23:13

But I don’t want to talk too much stick with I know I love it. And

Nestor J. Aparicio  23:17

I always say to her, I never win. She’s like you want to 98 Yeah, but I want to win now. Right? So I need to be ma’am audibles best loudmouth or something like that. So I’m Coco is my co host. microcytic Liana will be there. Marcel will be there with his big fat crabcakes don’t sleep on the Coco’s shrimp. They’re their cocoa nut with a que cocoa nut shrimp. Make sure you get now with the Blueberry, raspberry, jalapeno, whatever that thing they do over there’s great the 20th word Costas and Dundalk, Jessica valus. Morford designs who just redid our new website, she’s going to be with us a Costas. I got great friends coming over there that day, as well. And the 25th We’re Papist in Parkville, this Maryland crabcake torch presented by the Maryland lottery in conjunction with our friends at Liberty pure solutions, they keep my water clean and running. Right. And also our friends at Jiffy Lube multi care for keeping the oil in my car. We’re Cooper’s north. I have no idea what’s happening next. I know they have beer here. They have delicious food here. And they’re gonna have some entertainment later and so I’m having a good time. We’re gonna talk fleet we stay with us. We’re wn st am 1570, Towson Baltimore. We never stopped talking fleet we crabcakes in Baltimore positive

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