Nathan sits down with Emilio Richardson of The Mils Edition for the 28th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why a not so great childhood inspired Emilio as an adult to seek the thrill in everything he does, how the Air Force was a ticket out of small town Oklahoma, why the friendliness of Sacramento persuaded him to stay in Sacramento full time, why selling is all about planting seeds, why “that’s the way we have always done it” doesn’t cut it anymore in the world of social media, why the standards of what farm to fork is are not stringent enough, the birth and rise of The Mils Edition, why you can hold your customer’s hand with social media, and why Sacramento needs a program that caters to local people versus tourists and why its probably your responsibility to create such a program.

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