business

Episode 30: Rebels

In this episode the boys celebrate their 30th episode with guest host Greg Revels. Bezos is Dr. Evil. Blue Virgin X. Everyone wants Greg Revels. Rural Arkansas in the 70’s. Mary Todd Lincoln is from Lockesburg/ John Voight comes to De Queen. Silly rabbit, drugs are for kids. Greg always knew he was special. Patrick…

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Episode 31: Kim Williams

In this episode, Ashley and Jeri sit down with Parks and Tourism extraordinaire and professional science nerd Kim Williams. With Polk/Sevier County in the path of totality of an eclipse coming in 2024, Kim is here to tell you everything you need to know. They talk about past eclipses, it’s effect on tourism and business,…

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Episode 27: Walt Disney, Karate Elvis, Pat Patterson, It’s Your Move, and McDonald’s

In this episode, Pryce takes a look at Walt Disney’s rather unfit life, Elvis’ fascination with karate, WWE legend Pat Patterson, the short-lived ’80s sitcom It’s Your Move, and fast food legends Dick and Mac McDonald, the real founders of McDonald’s.

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Episode 14: Rick Chrisman

In this episode, Ashley and Jeri sit down with Rick Chrisman, owner of gourmet restaurant American Artisans in downtown Mena, Arkansas. Being such a staple in Mena, Rick has a lot to say about how his business started, the inclusion of art in his establishment, and the highs and lows of owning a restaurant. Rick,…

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Episode 09: Travis Napper

In this episode, Ashley and Jeri have a (socially distanced) conversation with director of Arkansas Tourism, Travis Napper! The ladies and Travis talk about tourism, his travels in Arkansas, the effects of COVID on businesses and tourism, and more. This episode is brought to you by Don’s EZ Pay, the best place for you to…

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Episode 06: Derek Campbell

In this episode, Ashley and Producer Trey sit down with Derek Campbell. Derek is the owner of The Ouachitas, formerly known as Ouachita Coffee Roasters. They discuss Derek’s journey, the coffee-making process, the red tape of starting a micro-brewery in a dry county, and his love for his community.

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