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A PODdy at Top Golf

November 10, 2020

Eager to better their golf games, the jagoffs invite entertainment industry leader Brian Drusky of Drusky Entertainment, Veteran’s Place pioneer Rob Hamilton and even secured some Alex Maxwell tunes, all to receive lessons from Director of Operations Kevin Kraft at Topgolf.

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Question of the Day:

Golf game number is FORE, what is your favorite number and why?

3:44 Kevin Kraft

Topgolf Director of Operations Kevin Kraft reminds us that holiday soirees, company team building workshops, bachelor parties and make-my-golf-game-better stop ins all take place at the state-of-the-art golfing facility.  Plus, we celebrate Hector as the associate of the month while Kevin explains that Topgolf is everyone’s game to play safely.

17:02 Brian Drusky

The man behind Drusky Entertainment, owner Brian Drusky, grabs the mic to talk show biz as his company produces more than 600+ shows in Pa and beyond. He talks about sold-out shows of Dave Chapelle and how people can Save Our Stages to help the entertainment industry survive through the pandemic.

34:58 Rob Hamilton

Executive Director of the Veteran’s Place of Washington Boulevard, Rob Hamilton joins the golf outing to discuss how his non-profit helps vets help themselves.  A hefty percentage of vets suffer from mental health issues and require everything from hot showers to food security. Offering 92 cents on any dollar donation to the vet in need, this place is something to celebrate right in time for Veteran’s Day.

52:20 Alex Maxwell

Up and coming Nashville star and country singer/songwriter Alex Maxwell talks about his transition from Pittsburgh to Nashville and how he has dedicated his time letting the lyrics and music juices flow to create great hits like “Could’ve Been Me.”  Where would he take us in Nashville?

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