Revolutionary You!

Revolutionary You!

Wisdom and advice for enhancing your life, your mind, your health and wellness. We're striving to give you purpose and sanity to your over-stressed and over-worked life.... Show More
August 12, 2020 67 min

I'm joined this week by the owner of Rackhouse Whiskey Club, Dannie Strable. We veer slightly out of the norm with this episode but we cover a lot: a fondness for bourbon and whiskey, the story behind Rackhouse Whiskey Club, an appreciation for exercise and, of course, how the pandemic has affected his industry and how they've used their resources to help the distilleries they partner with. Stay tuned at the outro for a special coupon code for listeners to get $25 off your first box with Rackhouse Whiskey Club. Download, subscribe, share with your friends and please take a moment to leave us an iTunes review. 

To learn more about Dannie's work with Rackhouse Whiskey Club: 

www.rackhousewhiskeyclub.com

www.facebook.com/RackHouseWhiskey

www.instagram.com/rackhousewhiskeyclub

To learn more about your host: 

www.jasonleenaarts.com

www.revfittherapy.com

www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts

www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts

You can also like our Facebook page at: 

www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou

To purchase my new book, "A Revolution A Day": 

www.amzn.to/2R9Larx

 

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