Posts tagged instagram
S2 Episode 47: Keaton Hill - @basicprovobro

Keaton Hill is a BYU student from Arizona, studying politics and living the college life in Provo, UT. He is a member of the LDS church, and also runs the hilarious and highly popular instagram account @basicprovobro, which uses memes to parody the Peculiarities of LDS culture, particularly those of young single adults living in Utah. His instagram account has almost 40,000 followers and, in combination with other LDS focused meme accounts, has received a lot of attention for hilarious content as well as stirring some controversy.

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Episode 34: Kimmi Wernli - Crazy Richard's PB

Kimmi Wernli is the President and owner of Crazy Richard's Peanut Butter Co., who's peanut related products range from Peanut butter to almond butter to cashew butter and much more.  As a second-generation business owner of Crazy Richard’s Peanut Butter, Kimmi is a leader in the peanut industry and a successful woman entrepreneur. She is a mom of four who values the importance of feeding children and families foods in their natural form.  She values her faith above all else and instills those values into her company.  On this episode,

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Episode 32: BREEA + CODY @tellthebirds

Breea and Cody Bringham are newlyweds, influencers, entrepreneurs and most importantly filmmakers!  They describe their films as small snippets of life's most important moments.  Their films are all set to incredible soundtracks and utilize slow motion.  Breea and Cody have also started vlogging on YouTube where they have documented their story as well as the trials of their engagement, renovating a house together, their many travels and even a film about Cody getting a haircut!  Through these films and vlogs they have developed a community of loyal followers who they provide instructional videos as to how to document life's important moments, what equipment to use, answer Q&A's on vulnerable subjects and ultimately provide lots of examples of what a beautiful partnership they have.

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