Rick Saez created The Outdoor Biz Podcast to be more than a venue solely for entertainment or passive listening while you kill time commuting to work or wait for a plane. The hope is these conversations are informative and a call to action. Whether you hear something you didn’t know about a close friend or colleague, learn about new business resources or find a way to support a cause close to your heart I hope you take action. We are a unique tribe in the world and as someone much smarter than me once said we are stronger together. Each of us benefits from the wisdom of others and the wisdom of this tribe.
Rick and Mudroom founder, David Deioma, both worked at Adventure 16 (A16) in San Diego, CA. It is common outdoor experiential retail ground in a sea of eCommerce giants. In an era when retail experience was hardly an after-thought, Adventure 16 had cabins in stores and tents on roofs and local Southern California expertise to back it up. With store locations in West LA, Solana Beach and San Diego, A16 has the people to tell you where to go and what you will need; including Mudroom Backpacks for the everyday commute.
Podcasts are often listened to while on the commute, making use of time in cars and on planes and trains. Well, that is exactly where Mudroom is found; on the daily commute helping make travel easy and efficient through the super-commutes that we sometimes find ourselves in. We are excited to partner with Rick on the Outdoor Biz Podcasts.
Congratulations on 100 episodes!
Trail Runner Magazine and runner-coach-writer Cory Smith trail tested Mudroom Backpacks and wrote about it in the electronic version of Trail Runner Magazine. Here is the link: