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  • The second half of the Soul of the Industry recording is reeled out in this week’s episode, where discussions get more in-depth. Some folks share stories of co-advertising with neighboring float centers and ideas on how to bolster collaboration between float centers. Things get deep when they begin to explore implications of involving health insurance…

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  • Drew Kane is in the buildout stage of opening New Hampshire Float Therapy and joins the show this week to talk about how he turned what once seemed like an impossible dream became into reality. He tells his story of securing financial support, finding a location, and working with a contractor on the buildout. He…

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  • In this episode, the gang discusses the many branding, marketing, and campaign projects currently underway at their centers. Amy shares the red flags that led to her firing her current graphic designer and why it’s important not to settle and to listen to your intuition for your branding. She was also rushing this week to…

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  • Why We Do This

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    We’ve focused a lot recently about the drawbacks and burnout that come with running a float center, but what about the positives? Why did we start our centers in the first place, and what are we continuing to get out of it? Amy talks about being driven by her entrepreneurial spirit and how that’s shaped…

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  • the Owner of Grinning Yoga shares her insights on marketing, expanding to multiple locations and personal drive Jamie Silverstein is a yoga teacher and co-owner of the Grinning Yogi yoga studio with locations in Portland and Seattle, including one adjacent to the Float Shoppe. From the moment Jamie occupied the space, Dylan took notice of…

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