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Podcast No. 113: Judy Renshaw & Brandy Stutsman of Leadership Jackson

Kevin Adelsberger

Next Thursday marks the 40th Leadership Jackson class to graduate from the Jackson Chamber's unforgettable leadership program for our community. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews the woman who started it all, Judy Renshaw, and the current Director of Leadership Development, Brandy Stutsman. Find out how these ladies got involved in the Chamber and how the program has become a life-changing experience since its founding in 1979.

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Podcast No. 109: Mayor Jimmy Harris

Kevin Adelsberger

Since 2007, Mayor Jimmy Harris has been serving in leadership over Madison County, and today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about the journey that led him there. From running multiple businesses to working in real estate, find out where Mayor Harris comes from and what he sees for the future of our community.

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Podcast No. 103: Shawn Daly of Toyota Bodine

Kevin Adelsberger

When Shawn Daly entered the manufacturing industry after college, he had no idea that it would take him to Japan, Argentina, Brazil, and eventually Jackson, Tennessee. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews this general manager of Toyota Bodine about his career in his industry, growing up in a coal mining town, and making the most of the Jackson community with his family.

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Podcast No. 100: Meet the host!

Guest Contributor

On September 3, 2014, our founders Luke Pruett and Jim Wilhelm were launching our very first podcast on YouTube—before our blog, our team, our journal . . . everything! Three and a half years later, we're finally launching our 100th episode and celebrating all the amazing people we've met along the way, including our faithful host since fall of 2015: Kevin Adelsberger. Today we're turning the tables on him and hearing his story, interviewed by theCO's operations manager and Kevin's good friend, Dan Drogosh.

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LIVE! Podcast No. 92: Jackson Young Professionals | Side Hustle to Full Hustle

Kevin Adelsberger

Got a side hustle and wondering if it could one day be your full-time gig? Then check out our first-ever live podcast created in collaboration with the Chamber's Jackson Young Professionals group: Side Hustle to Full Hustle. Kevin Adelsberger interviews three well-known entrepreneurs in the Jackson community about their unique success stories, markets, and goals for the future. Featuring Lisa Garner of Garner Blue, Ben Hays of Gourmet Your Way Catering, and Katie Nickey of Pure Barre Jackson.

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Podcast No. 88: Ryan Porter of the Jackson Chamber

Kevin Adelsberger

Perhaps you recognize Ryan Porter from the Jackson Chamber—or you knew him when he was a kid at North Side. Or you met him a few years back through the police department or JEA. Any way you put it, Ryan is a Jackson man through and through, and today our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about the many hats he wears and why he's planted roots in West Tennessee.

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Podcast No. 82: Paul Taylor of Gary A. Taylor Investment Company

Kevin Adelsberger

If there ever was a jack-of-all-trades for our city, it's Paul Taylor. Today on the podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews this Jackson native about his carrying on of the family business, Gary A. Taylor Investment Company. Find out how Paul got into architecture and what exciting projects he's working on to improve our city's future.

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Podcast No. 79: Matt Altobell & Megan Elston of JDDC

Kevin Adelsberger

If you haven't heard yet, there's a lot of exciting new things happening this year in downtown Jackson. (Think mobile businesses, classic movies, street art, and a new website.) So we thought it was about time we sit down with Jackson Downtown Development Corporation's (JDDC) Matt Altobell and Megan Elston to get the details. Find out how you can be a part of all that's coming to the heart of our city!

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Podcast No. 78: "Jackson's Still My Home"

Kevin Adelsberger

Have you heard the Jackson "anthem" yet? If not, you're in luck because this podcast is all about Josh Smith's song, "Jackson's Still My Home." Kevin Adelsberger sits down with the artist along with Jackson Chamber President/CEO Kyle Spurgeon and University of Memphis at Lambuth music professor Dr. Jeremy Tubbs to find out how this simple song gained momentum over the last year and brought together dozens of local musicians to create something special.

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Podcast No. 74: Editor-in-Chief Katie Howerton

Kevin Adelsberger

This week is bringing a lot of change with the Our Jackson Home journal, but what else is in store for 2017? Kevin Adelsberger sits down with our own Editor-in-Chief Katie Howerton to get the inside scoop on A Night of Storytelling, 731Day, and more exciting things to come.

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Podcast No. 64: Harbert Alexander

Kevin Adelsberger

If you've been around Jackson for a while, you've probably met our county's historian, Harbert Alexander. Today Kevin Adelsberger sits down with this Madison County legend to hear about his past with the Bank of Jackson, his many authored books, and a few of his favorite stories from of our city's past.

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EXTRA! Podcast No. 57: 731Day

Katie Howerton

731Day is so close we can taste it! Still a little clueless about what's going on this July 31? Kevin Adelsberger presents a special podcast extra with Our Jackson Home Editor-in-Chief Katie Howerton to get the scoop on what's going down next Sunday.

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Podcast No. 39: Lisa Peoples of Area Relief Ministries

Kevin Adelsberger

Kevin Adelsberger had the opportunity to sit down with Jackson native and Area Relief Ministries Executive Director, Lisa Peoples. In this podcast they talk about the work of ARM, Lisa’s family, and how to help ARM support our community.

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