Arlington Airwaves is a community based podcast that shares the stories of local residents and businesses. It serves as a platform to share experiences, promote business activities, and spread knowledge in Arlington, VA.
Nick Freshman - Mothersauce Parners
On today’s episode I am joined by Nick Freshman from Mothersauce Partners. Nick is a lifelong resident of Arlington and has spent the past 10 years assisting food and beverage entrepreneurs in the DMV by providing venture capital and industry expertise. Some of Mothersauces partners include: Thompson Italian, The Renegade, Hungry, and their newest venture “The Freshman”.
During our conversation we discuss how Arlington has changed over the years, Nick and his partners experience dealing with the Covid - 19 pandemic, some of the macro trends in the industry as a whole, and the recent protests that have impacted the country. I really enjoyed recording this episode and am happy to share it with you.
J Curry Group at Keller Williams Realty
On today’s episode I am joined by Jason Curry from J Curry group at Keller Williams Realty. Jason is long time resident of Arlington having grown up in the area and attending George Mason University. Jason now serves the community and its resident by successfully guiding them through the home buy and selling process. During our conversation we discuss how Arlington has changed, Jason’s passion for the community and how he engages with local venues, the current real estate environment, and how Covid-19 has changed the buying and selling experience. I really enjoyed this conversation and am excited to share it with you. To learn more about Jason checkout the J Curry group Website, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram
On this episode I am joined by the Chief Operating Officer of Ryde Cycle, Nick Ohrum. Nick was one of the original instructors hired by the popular cycling franchise Soul Cycle and is now using his experience to build Ryde Cycling. Some of the things we discuss are Nick’s background, the culture and community aspect that makes Ryde unique, and how Covid-19 has impacted the business. I really enjoyed learning more about this popular cycling studio and am excited to share it with you. To learn more about RYDE checkout their website or Instagram page
On today’s episode I am joined by the Founder and CEO of Flare, Andres Delgado. FLARE is a transportation company that builds safe, sustainable, and accessible transportation systems. They currently operate fixed-route, electric vehicles connecting neighborhoods in the Arlington and Washington DC metropolitan area. During our conversation Andres and I discuss his previous business ventures that prepared him to launch Flare, how the company has pivoted to serve residents in the Arlington community during the Covid – 19 Pandemic, the broader transportation landscape and how Flare provides a unique service, and what the future of transportation will look like once we return to normal. I really enjoyed this conversation and am excited to share it with you. Check them out online or on Twitter.
On today's episode I am joined by Chelsea from Freshfarm. Freshfarm is a leading non-profit that promotes sustainable agriculture and hopes to empower the next generation of eaters using market based solutions and innovative education programs. Without Freshfarm and the efforts from Chelsea, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy the great farmers markets in the Arlington community. During my conversation with Chelsea, we discuss how Covid-19 has impacted daily operations, the initial confusion of safety policies and regulations, how Freshfarm has transformed their operations to customers and farmers are safe, how farmers and suppliers have been resilient and adapted to the current landscape, and what we can expect moving forward. I really enjoyed this conversation and am excited to share it with you.
In this episode I speak with the founder of Cam's Kettle Coffee Company, Cam Waggenger. Cam shares his story of starting Cam's Kettle while attending GWU, how the company has grown, the connection he has created with the Arlington community , and where he sees the company headed in the future. I really enjoyed our conversation and am excited to share it with you. For more information, visit the Cam's Kettle website, Facebook, and Instagram accounts.