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Episode 26 | Allison DeMarcus

In episode 26 you will meet the beautiful, talented & bright Allison DeMarcus. Allison, who lives in Nashville TN, wears a lot of hats or perhaps we should say crowns. She is the executive Director of the new Miss Tennessee Volunteer pageant. Allison is the Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Monroe Carell Children’s hospital at Vanderbilt. Those two high powered positions can’t touch her most prized role of all, the CEO of the DeMarcus household. Allison, along with her husband Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts, are busy with their two children running from dance classes to the baseball field. Allison gives us a peek into their life. She explains why she felt so passionate about standing up the the Miss America Organization and continuing the scholarship pageant on her own terms. And she beams with pride as she talks about her work at the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Join us as we Say It Southern with Allison DeMarcus!

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Episode 25 | Susan Gordon

Meet Susan Gordon of Susan Gordon pottery. The handcrafted pottery and jewelry are created in Birmingham, Alabama and recognized all over the country. Susan creates collections of dinnerware, serving pieces, decorative accents, and handmade jewelry. Listen as we learn how Susan fell in love clay and then decided to follow her passion to create treasured pieces. This southern lady has grown a business that makes her a top 1% Etsy seller and puts her in the press. Susan Gordon pottery has been seen in Southern Living, HGTV magazine & even Martha Stewart Weddings. Join us as we Say It Southern with Susan Gordon.

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Episode 24 | Nicole Hughes

Listen as we hear from Nicole Hughes and the tragic drowning of her three year old little boy Levi on a family vacation in Alabama last year. She recounts those final moments and how the family has been coping since, and the new mission that has been created honoring his sweet life and the importance of water safety, Levi’s Legacy.

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Episode 19 | Amanda Wilbanks

Listen in as this southern belle went from selling pie by the slice on the weekend at a local expo to being a boss babe entrepreneur opening the Southern Baked Pie company known all across the South with 3 locations in Georgia! Trust us, you will LOVE this episode.

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Episode 17 | Magnolia Mamas

The Magnolia Mamas is a collaborative blog between two moms that happen to be best friends, Jen and Carrie Beth. These friends had a vision and turned it into a business. They are now a resource for women all over the South. Jen and Carrie Beth give tips and advice on everything from fashion to potty training. Join us as we Say It Southern with the savvy business women of The Magnolia Mamas!

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Episode 16 | NaSHEville

NaSHEville is a community founded by Brooke Tometich and Mattie Selecman. It is a brand, a body and a movement celebrating fierce, grace-filled women of Nashville. Within NaSHEville these ladies share stories and finances with three groups, orphans, widows and trafficked women. Each of these groups play an intimate role in both Mattie’s and Brooke’s personal stories. Listen to hear how this brand and company was born and what the future holds for them.

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Episode 15 | Isse Waddey

Isse Waddey was our guest on episode 4 of the Say It Southern podcast. Isse is a mother to three, a friend, wife and fighter. In the episode she told her story about being diagnosed with colon cancer. How she lives her live differently, her struggle, the importance of listening to your body and how you must be an advocate for yourself. Her story touched so many of our listeners and we are frequently asked for an update on her health. We wanted you to hear directly from her as she needs our prayers and support more than ever. Please join us in the crusade to share her story and support this courageous woman.

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Copy of Episode 14 | Clara Schoen

In episode 14, we are talking with Clara Schoen, the face behind The Home Organized. The Home Organized is located in Mobile, Alabama. However, if you need her, Clara will travel to help you. She started her business to help families get back on track. We all lead busy lives and we hope this episode will help you remove some stress by making your home a clutter free place you can enjoy. Clara gives listeners the steps and tools needed to get started. Join us as we Say It Southern with The Home Organized.

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Episode 13 | Mary Huddleston

Mary Huddleston, also known as Mrs. Southern Social, is our guest on episode 13 of Say It Southern. She went from working as an event planner to owning her own event rental company based in Nashville, TN. This mother of two has so much insight on planning events that she wanted share her knowledge. Which is how Mrs. Southern Social came to be. She shares her tips, gives advice and serves as a resource to anyone planning a party big or small. Mary teaches us the importance of delegating the details when entertaining so we can enjoy the company and keep our sanity. Join us as we Say It Southern with Mary Huddleston.

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Episode 12 | Jason and Gretchen Black

We are so excited for you to meet Jason and Gretchen Black! Gretchen has her own interior design studio and Jason is the brain behind Artisan Signature Homes. Together they make the “dream team” of any Southern Home build or renovation. We talk to them about working as husband and wife, ways to keep your home timeless and where they find their inspiration in the South. Join us as we Say it Southern with Jason and Gretchen Black!

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Episode 5 | Gina Neely

Gina Neely is most commonly known as the charming celebrity chef on Food Network’s hit cooking show, “Down Home with the Neely’s”, however she is so much more than that. This Memphis Belle is a best selling author, reality television star, and mother to two girls, just to name a few. In this episode Gina shares her perspective on live, love, heartbreak and healing. Join us as we Say it Southern with Gina Neely,

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