Interview with CEO and CO-Founder Lee Nelson of Florida Cane Distillery. This episode we discuss a unique and alternative type of investment VODKA! We discuss many of the pro's aswell as the cons to investing in a local small business and give you some tips. Florida CANE Distillery began in 2012 as a proof of concept company by two good friends, Lee Nelson and Pat O'Brien. Using a small business loan of $40,000, the pair established the company in an 800 Sq. Ft. warehouse and released our flagship product, Florida CANE Vodka, followed by a succession of flavored vodkas made with locally-sourced produce. By the end of 2014, they launched and developed a line of high-proof moonshines—Sunshine Moonshine—as well as an award-winning New World Gin—Tamiami Gin. What do you do? We manufacture and market Florida CANE Vodka, El Encanto Rum, Tamiami Gin, and Red Drum Whiskey using local Florida produce, bottled and packaged in 100% American-made glass. Why is Vodka a good Investment? Why us...... 1 🗣Advocated for law change and became Florida's first craft distillery with a vodka tasting room 2 🏆Nationally recognized spirits—Platinum, Double Gold, & Gold awards from renowned Spirit Competitions 3 💰Multiple Revenue Streams: Whiskey Distilling School, Hand Sanitizer sold on Amazon, and White Labels 4 🏙Active distributions agreements to bring award-winning El Encanto Silver Rum to 5 additional states 5 ✨Distribution established in Wal-Mart, Total Wine, ABC Liquors, Disney, Busch Gardens, & Sea World 6 🧳Located in a high-traffic tourist district— Ybor City. Offering a unique experience for visitors 7 🤯Largest craft spirits portfolio in the nation, with 32 independently successful SKUs established 8 👨🌾Unique distilling process incorporates fresh Florida produce and Florida sugar cane
#15 ~ Raising kids on your own terms with Jeramie Lee Nelson
More Jody Podcast
Jeramie Lee Nelson is raising kids on her own terms while travelling the world and homeschooling. She is showing us just how thinking outside the box can change what we think is impossible into possible.
#31 - Lee Nelson: The Greatest Run in Sports History
I Think We're Good Here: Volleyball Podcast
Todays episode stars current Head Coach at the University of Nevada-Reno, Lee Nelson. Lee takes us through his time as a player at UCSB and the heartbreaking 5 set loss in the National Championship they suffered. The eclectic group of leadership that team had and how he seen those same personalities on other powerhouse teams he has been on staff for. We go into depth about being a part of what Karch Kiraly calls, “the greatest run in sports history”. We discuss how the 2011 UCSB came to fruition and turned the tables to make it into the national championship game after being the #7 seed in the MPSF playoffs. How his time at Miami has shape his ideologies as a coach and now his most recent years as Head Coach at UNR. Check it out!
019. J. Lee Nelson, MD on Microchimerism and Redefining Who You Are
Wisdom of the Body
Lee Nelson, MD is a professor and researcher in microchimerism at University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA. In this episode, Dr. Nelson discusses how we have all had other people’s cells actually living inside our bodies, maybe even right now, and the connection with our immune systems. This goes way deeper than the microbiome. In this episode, we discuss: All the ways we share cells with other people - whether naturally or surgically Naturally occurring microchimerism, which is when cells of fetal origin persist in mothers and cells of maternal origin persist in fetuses. The assumed percentage of cells that are assumed to be from another human organism. How a high percentage of our genes are actually viral in nature. The idea that we are an ecosystem: including a mix of our cells, other people’s cells and the microbiome. Whether microchimerism provides an anti-cancer effect. How pregnant women are usually very healthy. For example, some autoimmune conditions, like rheumatoid arthritis, actually improve during pregnancy. Cell exchanges that happen in surrogacy, breastfeeding, and other human interactions. How you can find these cells in various parts of the body: the blood, the liver, etc. Lee Nelson, MD is a professor of medicine who researches microchimerism at the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA. She has done groundbreaking work in studying naturally occurring microchimerism through maternal-fetal exchange. http://microchimerism.org/ Heather Grzych, CAP, MA is the author of The Ayurvedic Guide to Fertility and the host of the Wisdom of the Body podcast. A board-certified Ayurvedic practitioner, she bridges the worlds of conventional and alternative medicine to help women and men heal their physical and emotional lives. Heather is on the board of directors for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) and has consulted with doctors, governments, and insurance companies. She offers virtual consultations and programs worldwide. https://www.heathergrzych.com Connect with Heather: Instagram.com/heathergrzych Facebook.com/grzychheather Clubhouse: @heathergrzych This podcast is for educational purposes only.
#5 - Justice for Johnny, Lee Nelson and Lockdown 2.0!
Court Case with James Court
James and co-host Sweet Tee discuss the Johnny Depp court verdict, whether schools should stay open and talk about their encounter with Simon Brodkin (AKA Lee Nelson) on this special episode where Sweet Tee runs the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
027: "To Be A Christian: Catechism" with Fr. Lee Nelson
Living Through the Word
To support LTTW donate at: https://bit.ly/3bAn8zfCatechism is an ancient method used by the church to instruct and form disciples. While at times, its practice has been less in vogue, Anglicans in North America are committed to a resurgence in it's use and adoption.We were honored to have a member of the Anglican Church in North America's Catechesis Task Force visit us this week.Fr. Lee Nelson is the rector of Christ Church in Waco, Texas and a master catechist. He joins us following the official release of the approved ACNA Catechism: "To Be a Christian: An Anglican Catechism."What makes catechism so effective throughout all of Church History, from Antiquity to Post-Modernity? Listen and find out.Related Links:http://anglicanchurch.net/?/main/catechism https://www.crossway.org/books/to-be-a-christian-hconly/