Gary and the crew visit Buffalo, New York, to talk to Matt, the creator of Craft Cruiser, a social and active way of touring the city while enjoying refreshing craft beers. Then they swing over to Saco River, Maine, to chat with Claudia, the owner of Saco River Dyehouse. Experience how this organically certified manufacturer helps customers dye a variety of textiles.
Gary and the crew visit New York to talk to Sam, the owner of Public Espresso, a local coffee shop that serves single-origin coffees from around the globe. Then they head to Boston, Massachusetts to talk to Emily, creator of Fedwell, a brand of organic dog food that strives to bring a home cooked meal to every dog.
Gary and the crew head to Detroit, Michigan to talk with Jay Rayford, co-founder of Social Sushi, a pop-up sushi concept. Then they head over to San Diego, California to meet up with Braydon Moreno, co-founder of ROBO 3D, a company that manufactures 3D printers.
Gary and the crew visit Vermont to talk to Ben and Jeff, co-owners of Music Store Live, a booming website that aims to combine the local guitar shop feel with the online shopping convenience. Learn how customers can buy and trade a variety of guitars and gear. Then they head over to Massachusetts to chat with Michelle, the owner of Love the Cool, a digital media agency that serves clients such as CVS, Vogue, and Instacart.
Gary and the crew head to Silver Lake, California to meet up with Derek Michael, the creator of Happier Camper, a company that manufactures ultra-light travel and utility trailers. Then they head over to San Diego, California to meet up with Sophia Hall, the founder of The Make Good, a curator of local handcrafted products and resale clothing.
Gary and the crew head to Providence, Rhode Island to talk to Drake, the owner of Cluck!, an urban farm and garden supply focused on helping customers adapt and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Then they swing over to Ferndale, Michigan, to talk to Bradley, the owner of The Home Store, a local real estate agency that helps customers recover from foreclosures.
Gary and the crew travel to Detroit, MI to talk to Sebastian, the owner of Social Club Grooming Company. Watch how he realized his dream of being a business owner and is changing the face of the classic barbershop. Then they swing by Buffalo, NY to talk to Patrick who created City Dining Cards, a business that's putting a new spin on traditional couponing. Watch how he is creating value for consumers and local businesses.
Gary and the crew head over to Portland, Maine, to talk to Don, the owner of Salt Cellar, an elaborate shop with every kind of salt imaginable, including Himalayan salt blocks and salted caramel chocolates. Then they swing over to New Haven, Connecticut to talk to Neville Wisdom, a fashion designer who custom fits women's and men's high-end clothes in-house.
Gary and the crew head to Vermont to talk to Dori the owner of Tonewood, a unique business that collaborates with expert sugar makers to create single source, unblended maple products. Then they head over to Hamtramck, Michigan to talk to Chris, the owner of Fowling Warehouse, a business centered around his homemade backyard sport that combines football and bowling. Watch how he's creating a movement that's bound to become a new national pasttime.
Gary and the crew visit Amherst, New Hampshire to talk to Amy, the owner and founder of LaBelle Winery, home to Amy's perfected blueberry wine. Then they head over to South Kingstown, Rhode Island to visit Perry, the owner of Matunuck Oyster Bar, where only the finest of local oysters and seafood are served.