Dave Colt and Clay Robinson are the founders of Sun King Brewing Company join us on the podcast this week to promote their upcoming Winter Warmer!
The Winter Warmer will take place at the Flatwater Restaurant on February 9th, 2017 at 5 p.m. No tickets are necessary for the event but for more information about the event, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/events/251344348610829/" target="_blank">please sign up on Facebook</a>!
This year's Winter Warmer will feature 11 beers and those are: Velvet Fog, GranMuckle, Bourbon Barrel Timmie, Whip Fight, Cherry Busey, Carmel Apple Tripel, Total Germination, Small Batch Texas Bronco, Triptonic, Rumpshaker, and When Doves Pie.
In this episode, we talk with Dave and Clay about the history of Sun King, this year's Winter Warmer, as well as some of the community outreach the company does throughout the state of Indiana.
To learn more about Sun King and what they offer, visit their website at <a href="http://www.sunkingbrewing.com/home.html" target="_blank">http://www.sunkingbrewing.com/</a>
We are excited to have Caroline Hoy, the Executive Director of Flight 1, in studio for our fourth episode of Edge of Indy.
Flight 1 is a charitable organization that provides confidence-building experiences for children whose families struggle with the loss of confidence and emotional toll of facing a serious health challenge or losing an immediate family member to illness.
If you are interested in donating or finding out more information about Flight 1, visit their webiste at http://flight1.org/
We were excited to have Maria Santiago, Director of Chosen Ministries, appear in this episode of Edge of Indy.
If you didn't know about Chosen Ministries, they help impoverished single parents to overcome poverty by:
1. Teaching Life Skills
2. Create a Long-Term Support System
3. Remove Barriers to Success
4. Provide Career Coaching
5. Provide Financial Literacy Classes
6. Develop Beneficial Partnerships for our Client
Chosen Ministries is doing some great work in the Indianapolis community and we are excited to help them tell their story!
Robby Slaughter is the founder of AccelaWork - who provide insourced speaking, consulting, and coaching for your clients and prospects in the area of business improvement.
Robby is also the author of several books, including "Failure: The Secret to Success" and "The Battle For Your Email Inbox"
Robby joined us on the show to discuss his latest work with AccelaWork as well the business culture in Indianapolis.
Plus, this week's show sponsor is Upland Brewery!
We are excited to have Neil Berman, Founder & CEO of Delivra, on the first episode of the Edge of Indy! We wanted to have him on this inaugural episode of Edge of Indy because is one of the top leaders in the tech industry here in Indianapolis.
Neil founded Delivra in 1999 and in this episode Neil talks about the first days of his company and why he changed his brand's name to Delivra. Today over 82 million emails are sent and received every single day - and Delivra is dedicating themselves to doing it right.
Also in the inaugural show, a new restaurant opened up in downtown Indianapolis and that is Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse. They are located at Illinois and Market, one block from the Circle Centre Mall.
For the show, they delivered to our team a massive amount of some of their best-known foods. They brought bone-in ribeye steak, 6-layer carrot cake, scalloped potatoes, shrimp cocktail (almost the size of lobster tails), and sushi to name a few.
It was a great first show for the Edge of Indy and we are excited to see where the show goes from here!