Managing an institution like the Grand Hotel means respecting tradition and creating memories

Posted On December 12, 2019

What does it take to manage a place that people love so much, they come back year after year? Scott Tripoli can tell you. Our guest in a recent episode of “What’s Working with Cam Marston,” Tripoli is the general manager of the Grand Hotel Golf Resort and Spa in Point Clear, an institution on […]

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Catching back up with Eleven86: More than just selling water

Posted On December 3, 2019

Back in April, we met Marquis Forge, who left the automotive industry to answer a call from on high – a call to enter an industry he knew little about. Forge founded Eleven86 Water in Autaugaville, Alabama with a mission to help revitalize the town in which it’s produced. “This is a homegrown, bottled-at-the-source, state […]

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Logistics is more than moving cargo from Point A to Point B

Posted On December 1, 2019

Say a company wants to buy some marble from Italy for its new headquarters, or needs to get a new piece of equipment shipped from Germany. But it’s not in the import business and isn’t sure of the best, most efficient way to get its purchases shipped across the pond. That’s where a company like […]

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Travel agents aren’t going the way of the Dodo just yet

Posted On November 29, 2019

With the advent of online travel tools that allow you to book a flight, rent a car, schedule a tour and find a hotel or AirBNB, it would seem that travel agents would follow milkmen and full service gas station attendance into obsolescence. And yet, travel agents have survived. Our guest in a recent episode […]

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The therapeutic benefits of cannabis: science or voodoo?

Posted On November 26, 2019

Dr. Jan Roberts’ interest in cannabis began when she got shingles. The medication she’d been prescribed by her doctor wasn’t having the desired effects, and a friend suggested she try cannabis. “It was an ‘a-ha’ moment for me,” she says. “Oh my god, there’s something therapeutic here.” Roberts, a licensed clinical social worker who teaches […]

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The Spirit of Radio: Content is still king in the digital age

Posted On October 9, 2019

What does it take to run a successful radio station in the digital age? Even with a wealth of technological advances and a growing variety of platforms, one successful local station owner says the answer is the same it’s always been: Content is king. I like to think our content at “What’s Working With Cam […]

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A ministry of hope: helping the marginalized find their way into the workforce

Posted On October 4, 2019

When many of us see panhandlers “flying signs” alongside the road, we only see someone looking for a handout. Matt Armbruster sees people who need someone to believe in them. Armbruster, our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working With Cam Marston,” operates Ransom Ministries, which teaches life and work skills to marginalized people […]

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Keeping a funky beat takes more than talent, it takes hard work and perseverance

Posted On October 2, 2019

What’s more important to success? Talent? Or hard work? Obviously, that may depend on what you’re trying to be successful doing. For a musician like Stanton Moore, drummer for the New Orleans funk band Galactic, we might assume that talent would be king, that how far he is able to go in his line of […]

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Think your information is secure online? You might want to think again

Posted On September 23, 2019

Think your computer is secure? Think passwords are a devious prank the IT department invented to drive us all crazy? Think the Dark Web is a working title for the next Spider-Man movie? Our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working With Cam Marston” begs you to think again. Glenda Snodgrass is president and […]

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Not Just Dorms: An Entrepreneurial Business that Makes Dorm Decoration Quick, Pretty, and Lightweight

Posted On September 9, 2019

When Shawn Cushing moved her oldest daughter into college in 2012 she was shocked at what she spent, how heavy it was, and how much work it was. An entrepreneurial spirit, Shawn dove into finding ways to make the whole process quick, easy, less expensive, and light-weight. In 2019 she and Annie Henseler will fill […]

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