Shoutout to the Minneapolis Parks Foundation!

The Holiday Hot Stuff Train for ReplaceEvertyhing.com made another stop! The AWESOME folks at the Minnneapolis Parks Foundation have been STELLAR partners from way back when we first cooked up this great design solution to do greatness. They remain just as stellar. 50% of all of profits form #ReplaceEverything go to great MN charities like the MPLS Parks Foundations. Big thanks to sister Jennifer Downham for helping us be more awesome every day and for making great Parks for our great city. Big thanks to Dan Woychick at #LoveMplsParks for getting this whole darn ball of wax rolling from the get go. Go MPLS Parks!

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Bravo Open Arms of Minnesota

Bravo Open Arms of Minnesota!! The Holiday gift train keeps on rolling. 50% of all profits from ReplaceEverything.com goes to great MN charities like Open Arms. These fine folks provide GREAT chef-made meals for the chronically ill. Today I helped debone about 60 delicious roasted chickens! It was honestly one of the most fun days of the year for me. Great people, Funk music playing nonstop and loads of laughs with the volunteers. Im coming back and Im bringing my posse next time. Happy Holidays Opens Arms!
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Erik Brust on Venture Superbly!

Venture SuperflyI love this! My former biz partner and close friend John Benzick just did a great interview with Erik Brust: Also buddy of mine, client, and founder of Jonny Pops: The best frozen treat on the planet earth. I totally forgot this fun fact- both Erik and John have stayed over at my Mother-in-laws place in the OC while we were all on the road for different projects and events. In fact ONLY John, Erik, and 2 other Jonny Pops dudes have done the road time sleeping on the 1970’s era twin beds at Ma Wilson’s OC home while we all plotted to change the world: successfully it turned out. They would be in an elite group of the OC road warriors. Both John and Erik have dined on In-and-Out Burger with Ma Wilson in the Oc backyard. Enjoy!

 

Ep. 031: On How to Launch a Frozen Treat Company — The Erik Brust Interview