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THE SEA-TOWN PODCAST: Interviewing Seattle's Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs

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Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast - check out WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM

Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast - check out WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM

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Seattle, WA

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Here in Seattle, we take great pride in our various neighborhoods that we live in and all the things that make this area of the country so great… and the local businesses are a large part of what shape the flavor and character of these great neighborhoods that we love. I created this podcast to help tell the stories of other Seattle based businesses, entrepreneurs and others involved in the community. I want to highlight these people and what they are doing in serving others and their community here in Seattle. I mean really... Who doesn't want to know more about our local businesses and the brave souls who started them? Who wouldn't want to support them and see them and our neighborhoods thrive?! Do you know someone with an important message or story to tell? Please let me know, I would love to have them on this podcast. Find out more and sign up http://sea-town.com/podcast-guest-page Stay up-to-date with the latest weekly episodes by subscribing to The Sea-Town Podcast on iTunes Find out more about Christian Harris - author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, Army Veteran, Real Estate Broker, founder & host of this Podcast - check out WWW.SEA-TOWN.COM

Twitter:

@SeaTownRE

Language:

English

Contact:

206-276-9744


Episodes

Ep. 77 - Final Podcast Episode... For Awhile

1/3/2020
As we head into 2020, the Sea-Town Podcast is going to be taking a break for a while so Christian can focus on his business endevors and family. This is not "good bye" but simply a "see you in a while". We have every intention of ramping up the podcast again with great new fresh guests... but it may be a little while. After starting the Sea-Town Podcast nearly 4 years (May 2016), publishing 77 episodes & with a total of over 23,000 downloads/listens... I'm just not able to...

Duration:00:03:22

Ep. 076 - Ryan Reese, co-owner of Pike Place Fish Market

11/29/2019
This week's guest is Ryan Reese, Co-owner of Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market. Pike Place Fish Market has become world famous for their amazing & sustainable seafood and is top of the list for Seattle visitors and tourist for their fun fish throwing routine. Ryan grew up in Seattle and went to Seattle public schools. He graduated from Eastern Washington University with a Business degree. Ryan got his start in the commercial real estate space. At that time it was the golden...

Duration:00:43:25

Ep. 075 - Aaron Tekulve, Chef of Surrell Seattle

10/30/2019
This week's guest is Aaron Tekulve, Pop-up chef and owner of Surrell Seattle. Known for creative locally sourced high-end, multi-course meals in small intimate settings, Aaron and his business Surrell, have made a name in the Seattle foodie scene. Surrell is a Seattle based private dining company and pop-up restaurant. They bring the experience of a great restaurant to you. Aaron works directly with his client’s to create a unique evening that they and their guests will...

Duration:00:28:20

Ep. 073 - Marmalade LIVE from WS Beer & Music Festival

9/25/2019
Marmalade band, live at West Seattle Music Fest Another special episode this week with an interview with the band Marmalade recorded LIVE from the West Seattle Beer & Music Festival. They are a sweet 12 piece improve funk band with 2 DJs! Check them out during any of their regular shows in the Fremont neighborhood in Seattle. Marmalade was formed in 2002 and has been playing together so well for so long that they blend together perfectly. They play completely live and...

Duration:00:18:06

Ep. 72 - Phil Tavel Seattle City Counsel Election Update

9/23/2019
This week's guest is Phil Tavel, with an update on his running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle). As someone who has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years, he did great in the primary and is positioned to make real change for Seattle. Get out and vote and make your voice heard! Tavel is heavily involved in the community’s civic organization. He is currently the vice president of the Morgan Community Association (MoCA), on the board that runs the Morgan...

Duration:00:14:58

Ep. 071 - West Seattle Beer & Music Festival - LIVE

9/15/2019
This week on the Sea-Town Podcast, we are sharing some micro interviews from the West Seattle Beer and Music Festival. The West Seattle Beer and Music Festival is a unique event at the Alki Masonic Center featuring 20 brewers. The goal is to celebrate craft beers, great music & community while raising awareness and funds for the West Seattle Food Bank. During the episode, I speak with Michael, the owner of Ghost Fish Brewery in SODO. They are celebrating their five year...

Duration:00:13:35

Ep. 070 - Cameron Moores - C&P Coffee (refresh)

8/13/2019
This week's guest is Cameron Moores, co-owner of C&P Coffee and winner of the Podcast West Seattle Coffee Tournament. C&P Coffee is a long-time West Seattle coffee shop and regular community meeting space, hosting a variety of regular events from music to poetry readings and open mics. C&P Coffee is located in a quaint house, and serves as the community living room. You’ll find a space for you here, with everything from a poetry pole to a community garden C&P is a meeting place...

Duration:00:13:57

Ep. 069 - Phil Tavel, running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle)

6/30/2019
This week’s guest is Phil Tavel, who is running for Seattle City Council District 1 (West Seattle). Phil has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years, has owned multiple small businesses and is primed to be a great representative for the desires and needs of the people in District 1. Phil is running for City Council because he believes that Seattle can do better. Four years ago he ran for City Council and finished 3. Phil says that the time for change is long overdue, and he wants to...

Duration:00:24:40

Ep. 068 - Kevin Wilhelm, Helping The Seattle Sounders become Green

5/17/2019
This week's guest is Kevin Wilhelm, the CEO of Sustainable Business Consulting and is one of the world's preeminent business consultants in the field of sustainability and climate change. Most recently he has helped the Seattle Sounders become the first carbon neutral professional soccer club in the MLS & North America. Kevin’s business focuses on value, profitability, cost savings and brand value by implementing better environmental social performance. There’s always...

Duration:00:39:02

Ep. 067 - Joe Jeannot - West Seattle Supper Club & Beer/Music Festival

4/30/2019
This week's guest is Joe Jeannot, founder of the West Seattle Supper Club & West Seattle Beer and Music Festival. Joe has been putting on community events in Seattle for years to bring great food, drink and people together. Joe is born and raised in Seattle. He has always been a social person and little by little starting doing events. He enjoys getting people together and having gatherings. Joe is preparing to launch a rooftop series. Looking back, Joe has been in the Seattle...

Duration:00:21:15

Ep. 066 - Brian Nelson - Unleashed at Stadium Bowl

4/19/2019
This week’s guest is Brian Nelson, Ted X speaker, retrieved Army Officer, life hacker and event planner. Today we will be talking with Brian about his annual community fitness event, "Unleashed at Stadium Bowl" at the historic Stadium High School in Tacoma, to benefit the pet rescue, "Kindred Souls Foundation". If you’re curious about Brian, he went to junior college prior to joining the Army. He’s a curious, high energy individual with a curiosity for life and passion for...

Duration:00:32:14

Ep. 065 - Erin Dury Moore, ED of WS Helpline

4/5/2019
This week's guest is Erin Dury Moore, Executive Director of the West Seattle Helpline. The WS Helpline is a community-based nonprofit putting a stop to homelessness before it starts in West Seattle and White Center through emergency services to families and individuals. This is the WS Helpline’s 30year. In 30 years they have grown a lot. The average assistance for rent utility or move-in deposit is about 300 dollars. They serve 100 percent of the eligible individuals that...

Duration:00:36:03

Ep. 64 - Holli Margell, Owner of Native Light Photography

3/14/2019
This week’s guest is Holli Margell, Owner of Native Light Photography. She specializes in photography for small businesses, including branding photos and career portraits, aka a headshot with a purpose. Holli has a background in families and weddings but found a niche in photography for small business owners. She is a business photographer. She shoots photos for LinkedIn, websites and a diverse range of business purposes. Learn more about Holli, Native Light Photography,...

Duration:00:25:35

Ep 061 - Ryan & Molly Schoeb, Owners of Schoeb Chiropractic

12/6/2018
This week’s guests are Owners of Schoeb Chiropractic, Ryan and Molly Schoeb. Ryan and Molly Schoeb started their own practice after wanting Ryan to be a little closer to home. They are located in West Seattle. Ryan grew up in a rural town in Minnesota. He was the oldest of four and heavily involved in sports. It was a community where everyone knew everyone. Molly and Ryan met their sophomore year of college. After multiple injuries, Ryan always knew he wanted to do something related to the...

Duration:00:24:48

Ep 059 - Kristine Atri, Owner of The Escape Artist

10/13/2018
This week’s guest is Kristine Atri, owner of the Escape Artist in West Seattle. The Escape Artist is in the heart of West Seattle in the Alaska Junction and is West Seattle's first and only escape room. An escape room is an interactive puzzle business where you solve puzzles, search for clues and escape and it’s super immersive. The Escape Artist is America’s first full motion escape room. At the Escape Artist you get 60 minutes to try to escape. Kristine is from Buffalo, New York. She...

Duration:00:31:51

Ep. 058 – Marty Hartman, Executive Director of Mary’s Place

9/17/2018
This week’s guest is Marty Hartman, the Executive Director of Mary’s Place. Mary’s Place fills the gap for people between the time they lose their home to when they find a new permanent residence. They provide ‘homes for now’ while offering families housing, safety and resources. Mary’s Place has always been about removing barriers so people can find a place to stay as soon as possible. They take in single moms with kids, dads with kids, families with pets, multigenerational families and two...

Duration:00:27:18

Ep. 057 - Christian Harris, Founder of Sea-Town Real Estate

9/1/2018
This week Christian Harris is stepping into the hot seat and was interviewed by Laura Swift. He is the normal host of this podcast, as well as the founder and owner of Sea-Town Real Estate, which he started in January of 2017. He calls West Seattle home, has been married for 12 years and has a seven-year-old son. Priory to getting into the real estate business, he was a finish carpenter & high-end remodeler for 15 years. Now Christian is a business owner, podcast host, author, community...

Duration:00:48:34

Ep. 056 - Lora Swift, ED of West Seattle Junction Association

7/15/2018
This week’s guest is Lora Swift, executive director of the West Seattle Junction Association. Lora is also the 2018 winner of the Westsider of The Year Award for her outstanding contribution to the West Seattle community. In 2002, Lora started Hotwire Coffee in the West Seattle Junction, firmly establishing herself as a valuable member and collaborator in the community. After running the business for many years, she made the bitter sweet decision to sell Hotwire Coffee and continued to...

Duration:00:53:06