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GRACEDBYGRIT - Interview with Kate Nowlan and Kimberly Caccavo
2/1/2016
GRACEDBYGRIT stands for exactly what it sounds like – women finding their strides through tough choices. Being faced with challenges and recognizing the need for flattering, high quality work out clothes for women was the inspiration behind GRACEDBYGRIT.
NIGHTMARE Snowboards - Interview with Trent Bush
1/25/2016
“He’s done a lot in the snowboard industry” is an understatement of Trent Bush’s accomplishments over the years. But sharing the details here would consume the entire story. Google has all the details for you!  Trent is having a Garage Days renaissance with the crew at Nightmare Snowboards.
The Bike Cooperative – Interview with Carl Michelakos and Tim Leaver
1/11/2016
For The Bike Cooperative, the most important asset is its members. Comprised of independent bike retailers from across the nation, The Bike Co-op supports these retailers in serving its customers with a variety of services ranging from marketing to operations to business savings programs. 
EDJE Shop - Interview with the Ladies Behind the Brand
12/22/2015
What happens when five women in the fashion industry with diverse backgrounds join forces? EDJE Shop, a brand that provides fashion-forward women with a unique online shopping experience, is created! The online boutique launched in November 2015 and behind it are the creative minds of designers, marketers, and wardrobe stylists with a love of fashion.
Millennials vs. Gen Z - Interview with Bill Carter, Fuse Marketing
12/14/2015
Most businesses nowadays are looking to Millennials for influence on current marketing campaigns and that has been the norm for quite awhile now. Amongst the largest concerns for this group of adults between the ages 19-35, is the environment and how companies are contributing to sustainability and recycling efforts.
Beach Brella - Interview with Shelley Arends
12/7/2015

Being an avid beach-goer, sun protection has always been on the forefront of Shelley Arends’ mind. After looking to replace her old beach umbrella, Shelley found that she wasn’t able to find the perfect one, so she took matters into her own hands. 

Flowfold – Interview with Nick Power
11/30/2015
When Charley Friedman built a wallet from scraps of sailcloth for necessity while in high school, it’s safe to say he had no idea what lied ahead for him. Teaming up with his childhood friend Devin McNeill, the duo founded Flowfold, a company that started with wallets and are quickly expanding to other everyday travel gear, which is now available in over 300 stores. 
SICKBOAT Creative - Interview with Scott Nichols
11/23/2015
As filmmakers, marketers, and branding gurus, the guys behind SICKBOAT are all about connecting, inspiring, and motivating people through experiences. Scott Nichols, Joey Maiocco, and Chase Wood found themselves at a point in their careers where they had the right tools and knowledge to come together to create SICKBOAT Creative, a bi-coastal studio with locations in Long Beach, California and Cincinnati, Ohio.
Swiftwick - Interview with Katy Holmes
11/9/2015
At Swiftwick, you will find a wide variety of athletes, all with one universal goal in mind: to do what moves them. From cycling, to golf, to snowboarding, Swiftwick makes high quality socks to ensure people get the most from their favorite activities. Starting with a technically solid design, the company has recently expanded their sock lines to include more color and design options.
Yea.Nice - Interview with Josh Sherman
10/26/2015
Often times when professional athletes retire from their respective sports, they continue to use their entrepreneurial muscle and create brands based around what they know. That’s no different for professional snowboarders Josh Sherman and JJ Thomas, the founders of Yea.Nice, a company focused on beanies.
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