“The American Entrepreneur” and “The Queen of Beer”
We’ve all seen the commercials for the beer that calls itself “The King of Beers”, but only American Entrepreneur Radio has got “The Queen of Beers”. Rhonda Kallman, the co-founder of The Boston Beer Company (the makers of Samuel Adams) and one of the pioneering female executives in the beer industry, joins “The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris to tell her story, and to discuss her current venture in the beermaking industry, New Century Brewing. Plus, former Colorado Congressman Bob Beauprez joins Ron to discuss his remarkable story, including his rise to prominence, the circumstances that led to the end of his term, and what he’s up to nowadays. And Rob Pfaffmann, a Western Pennsylvania architect and the force behind the Reuse the Igloo project, an effort to save Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena from the wrecking ball, talks about the recent unanimous vote by Pittsburgh Sports and Exhibition Authority to tear down the Arena, and how, despite this, the group will continue it’s fight, and what it plans to do next.
The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris rants about company culture and other pet peeves, including how an incomplete voice mail greeting can sometimes be a dealbreaker when it comes to business. And Ron Morris talks about James Winner, the inventor of “The Club” who recently lost his life in an automobile accident in Western Pennsylvania.
In the wake of Pittsburgh’s Sports and Exhibition Authority unanimously voting to tear down Pittsburgh’s Civic Arena, “The American Entrepreneur” explores what’s next for the movement for those who want to save the arena, and the possible business opportunities therein, as he talks with Rob Pfaffman of Reuse the Igloo, one of the leading activists against the demolition of the arena.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris discusses a fan e-mail he recently received, and uses that as an example of how technology has expanded the reach of American Entrepreneur Radio.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris profiles the fascinating entrepreneurial story of Rhonda Kallman of New Century Brewing, who was a pioneer in the brewing industry, widely acknowledged as the first prominent female executive, as co-founder of Boston Brewing, the company behind the Sam Adams family of beers.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris talks with Bob Beauprez, a former Congressman from the State of Colorado, about his career, and his philosophies on how effective the current American leadership is serving its constituents.
“The American Entrepreneur” Ron Morris wraps up the program by discussing the importance of political awareness (without going overboard) on business success.