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This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

For episode 67, I had the pleasure of speaking with Co-Owners Amy Vollmer and Audra Drake of Hillside Farm Pediatric Therapy in Oxford, Ohio.

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Here were the topics we discussed in our conversation:

  • Amy and Audra's professional background
  • How they got the idea for the business, and what niche in health care they can serve outside of "traditional" settings
  • What are some conditions they can do therapy on, and the process for getting sessions.
  • What type of facilities and activities are available for their outpatient clients
  • Information on their Open House on May 4 and their June 3rd Grand Opening
  • What is Hippotherapy?
  • How Margie Benge from Triangle Therapy in Eaton, Ohio served as a mentor and helped navigate them through the start up process.
  • Here's how to connect with Hillside Farm Pediatric Therapy

 

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The purpose of The Outstanding Ohioians show


This show brings the audience great things Ohioians are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

  1. I am a lifelong Ohioian who has always been fascinated with the rich history of Ohio and the great things going on

  2. where I grew up, where I went to school, what I have done professionally, now venturing into writing, speaking, and consulting

  3. An abundance of famous figures in all walks of life-business leaders, farmers, military, politics, actors, sports, inventors, education

  4. Diverse population and diverse occupations

  5. On the same soil….

  6. Education resource for my two sons.  Learn about the great and unique things about Ohio and help them connect their dreams as part of the next generation of Ohioians.

  7. I am striving to interview a wide variety of guests.  Because of my personal interests, there will be a strong focus on entrepreneurship, agriculture, recreation, sports, and leadership.  I don’t limit myself to these areas and I will strive to bring a wide variety of shows to the audience.  

  8. This show is intended for Ohioians first and foremost because this is where they live.  However, the messages are far-reaching beyond the Buckeye State.

  9. I hope you enjoy the show, please rate the show to help share the message with others.  If you are so inclined, I would ask you to share the show with your family and friends who may get so much from the message.  You can always reach me at ronsiliko@gmail.com or the outstandingohioians.net website

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SHOW NOTES

 

In this episode, listeners will listen how Tom and Bev Theobald transformed their family farm into a very successful agri-tourism enterprise.  Agri-tourism is a movement based on getting customers to visit the farm for a variety of activities. This book is an excellent resource to learn about agri-tourism.

 

 

Tom and Bev were very generous in sharing the successes and learning opportunities from unsuccessful ventures.  They walked through each development phase from ideation to infrastructure to execution, and then evaluation.  They shared their philosophies of listening to customers, offering a quality product, working as a family, and giving back generously to the community.

 

 

To find out more about Barn N Bunk, you can visit their website Barnnbunk.com, find them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Barn-N-Bunk-Farm-Market/160498207340101, email at barnnbunk@sbcglobal.net, or call at 513.988.9211.

 

 

I was inspired by listening to the Theobald’s story and admire how they have created an incredible family business.  I believe you will feel the same way.  Thank you for listening.

 

 

 










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