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Podcast No. 105: Brent Lambert of Birth Choice

Kevin Adelsberger

After spending years in various industries and as entrepreneur, Brent Lambert and his wife never expected their journey to lead them to pregnancy ministry, but almost thirty years later, Birth Choice is running strong under his leadership as CEO and founder. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews him about what led them here and how Birth Choice is changing the lives of expecting women throughout Jackson and Trenton.

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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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Podcast No. 99: William Donnell & Bria Pittman of Driving Innovation

Kevin Adelsberger

If you're familiar with theCO (which happens to be the place that funds and houses us), you know that they've always got something incredible and a little wild up their sleeve, and their most recent collaboration with the State of Tennessee is no exception. Today Kevin Adelsberger interviews two of the folks behind this larger-than-life project, Driving Innovation, to learn all about its mission to bring the latest in the tech world to Tennessee's most distressed counties.

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Podcast No. 98: Seth Nelson of The Farmer's Perk

Kevin Adelsberger

It's not every day that you meet a fourteen-year-old entrepreneur, but Seth Nelson is doing much more than serving out of a coffee pot these days. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger interviews the creator of The Farmer's Perk about his business journey over the last six years, going from simple cups of joe to speciality drinks and now a full-blown donut truck.

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Podcast No 95: Sam Bryant of Samuel T. Bryant Distillery

Kevin Adelsberger

Not many folks can boast a background in chemistry, career as an arborist, and starting their own business, but Sam Bryant isn't your average Joe. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with this past A Night of Storytelling speaker to learn all about his journey to Samuel T. Bryant Distillery and what this unique West Tennessee spot has to offer.

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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. 91: Christian Brantley of West Alley BBQ

Kevin Adelsberger

Starting a family business is no easy feat, and creating a restaurant might be the toughest of all, but West Alley BBQ has hit their stride. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with manager Christian Brantley to discuss his story with Jackson, the restaurant business, and all that the future holds—including a new location in Phoenix!

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Podcast No. 89: Tabitha Moore of La Petite Boutique

Kevin Adelsberger

Most college kids go through a few different areas of study, but few end up opening a boutique of their own within five years of graduating. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with La Petite Boutique owner Tabitha Moore to hear how she transitioned from social work to operating a mobile boutique to now running a brick-and-mortar shop.

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Podcast No. 73: Sharon Younger of Younger Associates

Kevin Adelsberger

Those of you who have met Sharon Younger know just what a whiz she is at working with our city's demographics to serve local businesses in the best way possible. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger hears the story behind this Younger Associates president's life in Jackson and exponential growth in her marketing business's success.

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Podcast No. 54: Ben & Marci Harris of POPVOX

Kevin Adelsberger

We all have moments where we want to speak up about the laws we see being passed in our nation. West Tennessee native brother and sister Ben and Marci Harris have created a way to make this process easier with their company POPVOX. Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with these two to learn how the story behind their business grown out of Jackson and throughout the nation.

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Podcast No. 51: Matt Childress of Woodstock Bake Shop

Kevin Adelsberger

Today on our podcast, Kevin Adelsberger sits down with Matt Childress, founder and owner of local favorite Woodstock Bake Shop. Matt shares about how he got into the business after the nonconventional career of being a racecar driver, and we learn a little about the next steps this bakery is taking to locate themselves in downtown Jackson.

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Podcast No. 45: Russ Pflasterer & Matthew Marshall of City Fellowship Baptist Church

Kevin Adelsberger

When Russ Pflasterer and Matthew Marshall met as teacher and student in Russ's freshman art class at Jackson-Central Merry High School, they had no idea that they would be leading a church together within ten years. Kevin Adelsberger and Katie Howerton sit down with these two pastors of City Fellowship Baptist Church to discuss their story of finding a common passion to see racial reconciliation made manifest through the Church in Jackson, Tennessee.

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