This week on the podcast we’re sitting down with Randa Starnes of Tennessee River Music Company, a registered Hereford and Angus operation in Fort Payne, Alabama. Randa’s talking about life on their family’s cattle production farm, what it’s like to grow up with a famous dad, and how they unexpectedly grew their operation with a new business venture.
This week on the podcast we’re with Justin Christman of Roadside Que in Fort Payne, Alabama. Justin made the move to Fort Payne from Denver, Colorado, got creative with his passion for BBQ and cooking, and introduced the first food truck to this rural area. The power of word of mouth in a small community helped boost his business, which has now grown into a new brick and mortar restaurant.
This week on the podcast we’re taking you to Boaz, Alabama to chat with the girls of The BoxTruck Boutique. From starting with their own individual businesses of shirts, clothes, jewelry, and home goods, they eventually combined to form what is now The BoxTruck Boutique. Since then the business has taken off and they’ve never looked back!
Alice Pettyjohn is the owner of Alice Circle, an art studio and boutique offering everything from art classes and art parties to a variety of creative gifts and clothing. Listen and learn how she’s fulfilling a unique role to bring art to the community of Rainsville, Alabama.
On this week’s podcast, Karmen Smith talks about life with her husband Jason and their kids, their unexpected journey as entrepreneurs, what happens when you pray big, overcoming your fears with Facebook live (anyone??), turning your farm into a business, and doing scary things. You won’t want to miss this!
We love showcasing makers of the best American-made products, and that's why we're so excited about this week's podcast with Anna Brakefield of Red Land Cotton. Red Land Cotton is bringing American-made linens and towels back to our homes and it's catching the attention of people all across the country!