Hosted by Harold Nicoll
Harold Nicoll is host of the Collector’s Show. Every week, Harold and his guests will explore the world of collecting. From the pedestrian to the exotic, there is so much more to collecting than anyone knows and more types of collections than can be counted. If you already collect something or want to start, this is the show for you. Harold is an expert collector himself and is owner of the popular web site.
This week on The Collectors Show we learn about a tool for collectors called ‘Collectify’. With it, collections can be easily catalogued, their value tracked for registry with insurance companies and legal or family disagreements prevented. In the news segment we learn about a collection of bottles discovered while a freeway was being built among others. To learn more about the world of collecting, go to www.collectorsshow.net.
During the day, Harold is employed as a public affairs leader for The Dow Chemical Company. Prior to joining Dow, Harold was an account executive for Hill & Knowlton Public Relations and an account supervisor for Goldman Public Relations. He began his Dow career in Houston, Texas in 1994. Harold has received significant awards and recognition for his contributions to Dow Public Affairs, including: several Hardy Communications Measurement Awards for print advertising, the PRSA’s Regional Proof Award and Diamond Award, both for the “Drive To Zero” employee safety program. In 2005, the employee communications television program “On Site,” produced and directed by Harold, won the Bronze Telly Award. In 2007 Harold won two more Telly Awards, a silver for writing and a bronze for production of the historical documentary, “Remembering 47”. Harold is accredited in Public Relations Practice by The Public Relations Society of America. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and has completed graduate studies in speech/communications, both from The University of Houston. He has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do Karate and continues to study the martial arts.