Month: March 2020

Growing and Eating Local with Maggie Bowling On this episode of The Hollercast, we sat down and talked to Maggie Bowling. Maggie and her husband Will own Old Homeplace farm in Oneida, Kentucky. The farm’s mission is to provide families with delicious, healthy meats and vegetables at an affordable price. They provide grass-fed and naturally-grown vegetables to …

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Maple in the Mountains with Seth Long On this episode of The Hollercast, we sat down and talked to Seth Long. Seth Long is the owner of SouthDown Farm in Ermine Kentucky. The farm produces maple syrup from the trees found on the property. Although maple syrup has been harvested in Appalachia for hundreds of …

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Leadership, Faith, and Hope with Mike Addison On this episode of The Hollercast, we sat down and talked to Mike Addison. Mike is a man who wears a lot of hats. He’s the Vice President of the Appalachian Children’s Home in Barbourville, Kentucky, and Adjunct Professor at the University of the Cumberlands, the Lead Pastor …

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Teaching the Next Generation of Marketers with Jordyne Carmack On this episode of The Hollercast, we sat down and talked to Dr. Jordyne Carmack. Dr. Carmack is a professor at the University of the Cumberlands who teaches courses in strategic communication. Many of her classes have an emphasis on the digital side of marketing, which …

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Building a Mission-Minded Business with Kendra Smallwood How Pearl Apparel is helping bring visions to life On this episode of The Hollercast, we sat down and talked to Kendra Smallwood. Kendra is the Owner and Founder of Pearl Apparel, a custom garment printing and embroidery business that helps bring creative visions to life. Kendra felt …

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