Rick Boling and Jacob Resch, owners of Float STL join Amy, Dylan, and Brian this week.
Amy’s “Tales of a Second Location Buildout” continue with a few new delays, but steady state operations at Float Nashville are far from steady as they work through some team challenges. Dylan shares an update about a drain that’s been causing issues, and he and Sandra came up with a great solution for a customer complaint he mentioned in last week’s episode. Dylan also talks about the success of a center where he’s been providing consultant services.
Rick and Jacob join this episode to talk about a brilliant new resource for float center owners and manufacturers… They’re starting a float magazine! They describe what to expect from the publication, as well as why they chose print over digital, and what you will be able to find online. If you want to get your hands on it, you can sign up to get a subscription for your center for FREE. The first edition is expected to publish in April or May this year.
They share about the feeling of being vulnerable in this process, about how they hope to engage with the industry, and about their vision for continuing to connect the entire float industry.