Archives August 2022

22: Ryan Jones of Roots & Jones

Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
22: Ryan Jones of Roots & Jones
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Please join us as we interview Ryan Jones, Co-Founder, of Roots & Jones headquartered right outside of Louisville, KY in Oldham County. Ryan began making pens as a hobby and to get back to his roots with his grandfather, Jim Cantrell, after graduating from the University of Kentucky. Today Roots & Jones has success with direct-to-consumer road shows, a consumer-facing website, and has pens in over 50 retail stores across the United States. Roots & Jones’ mission is to facilitate connection one pen at a time. If you’re tired of cheap plastic pens or want to tell a story with a custom pen visit https://rootsandjones.com/ to grab one of their uniquely handcrafted storytelling tools.

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com

21: Peter Mitchell of Capitol Bicycles

Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
Built In the Bluegrass Podcast
21: Peter Mitchell of Capitol Bicycles
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Please join us as we interview Peter Mitchell, Owner, of Capitol Bicycle Company based in the heart of London, Kentucky. Capitol Bicycle Company produces handmade, bespoke bicycle frames, unique to each cycling client. With fit and comfort as his primary objectives, Peter curates custom “One of One” bicycles through current and upcoming design trends and paintwork that represents YOU. Capitol Bicycles has the ability to ship nationally or internationally. If you’re in the market for a custom “One of One” bicycle check out http://www.capitolbicycles.com/ and get with Peter for your consultation.

We want to take a moment to thank our partner – the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers. For over 100 years, KAM has served our state’s manufacturing industry through advocacy, workforce development, education, and training, as well as cost-saving benefits for members. Fighting for manufacturers is what KAM does best, representing the industry in both Frankfort and Washington, D.C. Whether it’s advocacy, offering shipping discounts, or group health insurance, KAM has its members covered. Learn more and become a member by visiting www.kam.us.com