We sit down with former Erie County Executive Joel Giambra about running for office at 25, surviving cancer and, of course, his quest to legalize marijuana. Hear Joel’s thoughts on going beyond bongs and trying to bring billions in revenue to New York State by lifting prohibition of weed.
We sit down with Zandra Cunningham to discuss how wanting lip gloss at age 9 turned into a successful skin care line, an invite to Google, and all before the age of 17.
If you’re a kid, a parent, an entrepreneur, a fan of success stories, or just want some inspiration, this episode is a must listen.
Harry Zemsky, the brain behind Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkin Square, sits down with us to explain how a crazy Slovakian guy helped him realize his passion for food. He tells about some of his new projects The Angelica Tea Room, The Swan Street Diner, and we embarrass him with a blast from the past.
For more information on Food Truck Tuesdays and all the cool things going on down at Larkin Square visit larkinsquare.com
New Buffalo resident and 43N winner, Su Sanni from We Did It sits down to talk to The Buffalo Effect about the business he’s just relocated to Buffalo and why he’s liking his new home. Su shares his family’s American Dream and how his entrepreneurial spirit has kept pushing him forward.
The Buffalo Effect is a new podcast from Too Much Neon. With so many people from all walks of life contributing to the re-emergence of the Buffalo area, we thought it was high time to let them tell their stories. For this episode we wanted the opportunity for our listeners to get to know us, the people that will be making this show: John Ceglia, Michelle Levitt, Bill Paterson, and Paul Spitale. We promise to create an objective, positive platform with no gossip and no gotcha.
Buffalo has made its way back – and in that spirit, The Buffalo Effect is bringing good conversation back, too.
This week’s “Shameless Plug” goes to BEAM (Buffalo-area Engineering Awareness for Minorities). BEAM is a non-profit organization dedicated to building diversity in STEM fields by encouraging, supporting and preparing underrepresented students of all ages to pursue a future in STEM. Check them out here!