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Ep. 43 // Avocado Man: Colonel Jay Clason

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Grab a seat and lean in, because we’re sitting down with Jay Clason. Jay’s a man with 37 years in the U.S. Army, 34 countries under his boots, and 49 states notched in his belt. You could say he’s been around the block a few times.

Ep. 42 // What Employee Ownership Means to Me

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In this episode of Terminal Exchange, we’re rounding out our Top 10 entries. Be inspired, be encouraged, and take pride listening to these employee-owners talk about how being an employee-owner at Nussbaum has changed their life.

Ep. 40 // Password123

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October is National Cybersecurity Month. In a digitized world that goes more and more electronic every day, ask yourself, are you safe from the bad guys?

Ep. 39 // The Way Out, Jonathan Rust

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This week we welcome Jonathan Rust to Terminal Exchange. And you could write at least a 12-chapter book on him. Jonathan starts the episode by meandering through how he got started in trucking, but the fairytale opening ends there.

Ep. 38 // By Peer Request, AJ Edgington

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You asked for him. And we got him. The most requested interview is here. We’re grateful to welcome the even-keeled, wise, and humble AJ Edgington to this episode of Terminal Exchange.

Ep. 37 // Riding Goofy With Adrienne Riel

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Never bored, but always on a board (snow, paddle, surf, and skate) get ready to be motivated by the remarkable stories of Adrienne Riel. Hit cruise and press play.

Ep. 36 // The Giant Teddy Bear, Calvin Foster

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On first appearance, Calvin may make you hesitate. But he washes any hesitation away with a hearty handshake, genuine, joyful smile, and a heart of service and wisdom. Calvin talks about his testimony, how he ministers awake and asleep, and what he wants you to know about living life.

Ep. 35 // 3rd Quarter Survey Results

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Want answers now? This episode is for you. Brent addresses the overly busy operations departments, new hires, and concerns about Nussbaum’s growth. Take heart that the comment you submitted in the survey has been read, will be addressed, and is being worked on now.