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The Currency: [034] Brew Unto Others with Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing Company

The Currency: [034] Brew Unto Others with Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing Company

Two buddies tried making beer for their frat brothers back in the late 80s. Today, what began as a dorm-room escapade has now become Yards Brewing company—a multimillion-dollar business with over 150 employees, a huge retail location, and Philadelphia’s most advanced brewing operation.

Join host Mike Gastin as Tom Kehoe, founder and brewmaster of Yards Brewing Company, shares his wonderful story. Tom talks about the journey from dorm room brewing to becoming Philadelphia’s beer. He also shares his perspective on the craft brewing industry and where it’s going, and even offers his opinion on who makes the best cheesesteak in Philly!

Listen in as Mike and Tom have a great conversation over a couple glasses of Yard’s finest brews! In fact, you can listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts, if you prefer.

Check out Yards Brewing Company to learn more about Tom’s amazing company and to find out how you can get some of the best beer in Philly!


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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and are shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

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The Currency: [033] Greatness Through Servanthood with Kent Martin of Signature Custom Cabinetry

The Currency: [033] Greatness Through Servanthood with Kent Martin of Signature Custom Cabinetry

Kent Martin decided to take a gap year and work a little before college. 30 years later, that gap year has turned into a multi-million-dollar business that employs close to 150 people and ships product across the US. Welcome to the story of Signature Custom Cabinetry, one of the country’s leading makers of custom cabinets, with projects averaging between $40,000 and $80,000. In this episode of The Currency, Kent Martin, founder and president, shares his story and how his company is continually striving towards greatness through a dedication to servanthood.

Learn more about Kent’s company by visiting the Signature Custom Cabinetry website.


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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and are shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

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The Currency: [032] Molding the American Dream with Bob Confer of Confer Plastics

The Currency: [032] Molding the American Dream with Bob Confer of Confer Plastics

Bob Confer loves to look out his office window and see all the cars in his company’s parking lot. Why? Because for Bob the cars represent people enjoying the American Dream. Bob is the president of Confer Plastics, a leading manufacturer of kayaks, pool and spa equipment, and decking. Listen in as he shares his story, how Confer Plastics stays so competitive, and his desire to promote and share the American Dream to as many people as he can.

Visit Bob’s company, Confer Plastics, to learn more.


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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and are shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

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The Currency: [031] Committed Capital with Steve Gurgovits of Tecum Capital

The Currency: [031] Committed Capital with Steve Gurgovits of Tecum Capital

Private equity can get a bad rap—everyone’s heard at least one horror story of a company being acquired, stripped of its value, and tossed to the wolves. Stories aside, private equity can play an important role in a businesses’ health and wellbeing. Steve Gurgovits, founder and managing partner of private equity firm, Tecum Capital, shares the Tecum story and how he and his team are helping companies thrive and people live better lives.

Visit Tecum Capital’s website to learn more about the company.


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Credits

All music used in this show was created by the talented Lee Rosevere and are shared under a Creative Commons 4.0 license.

Posted by Mike in Podcast