Happy Valley Hustle
by Bill Zimmerman
October 7, 2020 3:00 pm
The Happy Valley Hustle podcast tells the stories of those who run their own businesses, launch side-hustles and make the digital age work for them. It’s a celebration of challenging the old ways of doing things and sharing insights gained from success and failure. It’s available the first and third Wednesday of each month on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and Spotify.
PJ Mullen had a big idea: Work for Penn State football coach James Franklin. As a popular radio personality with a knack for engaging fans and being a connector in the State College area, Mullen made bold moves toward landing his dream job. Now, he’s a director of marketing in Penn State Athletics. Hear how he made his vision a reality, and what’s it like to work for a collegiate sports powerhouse.
This episodes “Hear My Hustle” is from Taylor Feinman of the Always Hungry Sometimes Healthy Instagram.
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