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Entrepreneur, Liquor Company Founders, and A Mural Artist to be Featured

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Straight Talk w Dean and Marc

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On this episode of our show, we will have the founders of Drink Still Moon on our show.. Should be a great conversation and we look forward to hearing from these gentleman.  Still Moon was founded in 2014 by six co-owners named Gale Frasier Cox (Marketing), Ponce Tidwell Jr. (Counsel), Gary Duncan (Mixologist), Shon Yancey (President), Ralph Frasier (Counsel) and Kelvin Bratcher (Counsel). All North Carolina natives, the six co-owners attended NC A&T State University in Greensboro and met during their undergraduate years.  Moonshine has been secretly distilled in the quiet hollows of the Appalachian Mountains since the 1800s and transported under the still light of the moon. Down South Beverage Company harnessed the authenticity of our Great Granddaddy's moonshine recipies from the tobacco roads of the Carolinas and gave it a sophisticated flair.  Now, we introduce STILL MOON.  In addition to these fine gentleman, we will have artist, muralist, and educator Malcolm Goff on the show as well...Malcolm Goff is a fine artist living in Durham, with work in the permanent collection of the Capitol Broadcasting Corporation and many private collections. He has been art educator at E.K. Powe Elementary School for nearly  20 years. In his own words, The core of my art is a story about love in a crazy world. How do we grow as Americans, survive, and thrive together? All I have is my odd experiences that often surprises and inspire people. It is a story is about claiming the various cultural roots in a land that was built on being hostile toward African roots and the mixing of cultures. And, we will have Business consultants Tim Simpson.  And we can't forget Lama Rod.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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