Lace up your running shoes! On today’s episode, Katherine White sits down with Amy Wimmers, creator and owner of The Ash, a local activewear boutique located in Lubbock, Texas. Listen in as Wimmers explains her passion for healthy living, empowering women along the way.
Grab a pint and settle in for episode five of Hub City Spokes as Katherine White sits down with Eric Cunningham, co-owner of Two Docs Brewing Co. Veterinarian by day and master craft brewer by night, hear Cunningham’s thoughts on why Lubbock, Texas is the ideal environment to own a business.
On episode four, Katherine White sits down with Madison Baker, owner of local favorite, California T’s. From Charlotte, NC to the “Hub City”, find out why Madison chose to return home and why Lubbock, Texas is the perfect place for young entrepreneurs.
You may want to take notes for this one! Today, Chris Rankin, product and service coordinator at Breedlove Foods, Inc., tells his experience in the non-profit sector found in Lubbock, Texas. As an immigrant from Colombia in his early teens, Rankin shares his experience and the opportunities offered him in the “Hub City”.
We hope you’re hungry! Katherine White chats with Cameron West, chef and owner of The West Table Kitchen & Bar, The Brewery LBK and new fried chicken favorite, Dirk’s, to discuss the thriving culinary scene in Lubbock, Texas.
Grab a glass of Texas High Plains wine and press play, this is an episode you won’t want to miss! Katherine White sits down with local winemakers and experts Spencer Igo, Jason Centanni and David Mueller to talk all things Lubbock, Texas wine.
Kelly Davila and Naomi Couture from the South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG) discuss the Support Lubbock Fund, a partnership with Market Lubbock, Inc. and the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) to provide financial assistance to local small businesses. In this episode of Hub City Spokes listen to LEDA’s Katherine White go in-depth on the positive impacts this loan program had on the economic prosperity of Lubbock’s small business community.
The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) partnered with Market Lubbock, Inc. and the South Plains Association of Governments (SPAG) in creating the Support Lubbock Fund, a small business loan program awarding small businesses in the Lubbock community with financial assistance to alleviate the economic challenges of the recent public health crisis. John Osborne, CEO and president of LEDA, sits down with Katherine White to discuss the details of the program.
General Manager of Carpet Tech Stephanie Henderson sits down with Katherine White of the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance to discuss the future effects the recent pandemic will have on the cleaning industry in Lubbock. As an emergency servicer of biohazard disinfecting, as well as other cleaning services, Carpet Tech has protected the Lubbock community from infection for nearly twenty years.
In this episode of Hub City Spokes, Anna and Cameron Brown, Director and Therapist for Desert Sky Therapy, explain the mental health affects the public health crisis has had on the community, recently opening their therapy clinic and conducting contactless, telehealth sessions during the pandemic. During this time they are dedicated to providing an outlet to those who need help and support.