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Finding Sacramento Podcast

A podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.
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May 29, 2017

Nathan sits down with Jim Boyce of Produce Express for the 33rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how Produce Express went from one truck in the beginning to the 1800 clients they serve today, why saying yes to everything can be ultimately good for your business up to a point, when the farm to fork trend started in Sacramento and the state of it today, how Produce Express is different from their competitors such as US Food Service and Sysco, how small farms get their product in the hands of Produce Express’s customers and the state of small farms in Northern California, why the farmers market is still the primary source of innovation and inspiration in the kitchen and the produce market, and why local businesses will work harder and persist more than corporations.

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Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 22, 2017

Nathan sits down with Christian Ampania of Simple Gains and The Academy Training & Performance Center for the 32nd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about how Christian first caught the fitness bug, why the personal trainer industry is not regulated despite high liability, why most personal trainers are independent contractors versus employees of the gyms they work at, how Christian’s approach to training is a little bit different compared to the prototypical bro approach, why all diets work as long as you stick to principles of weight loss such as energy balance, why sharing your “truth” to others can be really valuable, and what may be next for Sacramento.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 15, 2017

Nathan sits down with Vincent Sterne of Two Rivers Cider Co. for the 31st episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what the state of the craft cider industry looks like in the year 2017 and where it is going, why apple orchards are disappearing despite a large recent demand from the growth of craft cider industry, why Vincent’s mom was so instrumental in his success, why the Grateful Dead inspired so many fans to become entrepreneurs, how Two Rivers survived for the first 10 years of business before there was a big demand in cider, and what the future of Two Rivers Cider will look like.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 8, 2017

Nathan sits down with Jenny Levitsky of Ultimate Designs for the 30th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what she learned about creativity from working with George Lucas's company Industrial Light and Magic, what advice she would give to folks considering a pivot in their career path, what she learned from working with rock concert promoter Bill Graham and his company Bill Graham Presents, how she transitioned from a career in TV and film set design to remodeling kitchens and designing houses, why as a restaurant owner you should invest in unique and out of the box design versus the standard reclaimed wood, concrete floor & brick look you see today, and why should you always pursue what you love to do.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

May 1, 2017

Nathan sits down with Gabriel Aiello of Burly Beverages for the 29th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why if you do not know what to with your life you should figure out how to turn your interests into a business, what needs to change in the adult disabilities industry to encourage people to pursue a career helping people, why local businesses like Sun and Soil Juice Company, Splash Hound USA, and Preservation & Co. was so instrumental in the startup process of Burly Beverages, why the history of soda making industry was intriguing enough for Gabe to fall in love with making craft soda, why despite difficult regulations there are quite a few craft food businesses in Sacramento, why you don’t have to grow your business as large and as quickly as possible, and what the future of Burly Beverages will look like.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

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