Hospitality industry veterans, Max Trujillo and Matthew Weiss, get behind the scenes of North Carolina's burgeoning food and beverage culture. Hear from local chefs, sommelier's, distillers, farmers and brewers on the NC F&B podcast.
Our audience is focused on food and beverage enthusiasts in addition to business professionals in the food industry. Our age demographic is focused to listeners from 25-47 years old with female listeners comprising of 61% of the total audience.
Our hosts each have 20 years experience in the food and beverage industry both as restauranteurs, distributors, sommeliers and educators. They speak with business leaders and influencers about entrepreneurship and the art of cuisine and beverage.
Businesses that would benefit most from this show would be companies that produce food or beverage products, tech companies that benefit the restaurant industry, lifestyle brands for millennials and art & cultural educational programs.
About the Host
Host Name: Max Trujillo & Matthew Weiss
Max is a front-of-house veteran/sommelier that moved from Los Angeles to North Carolina in 2013. Since moving to North Carolina, he's run restaurants, designed wine programs and builds craft cocktail menus and now produces multiple podcasts.
Matthew is a certified sommelier from New York. His experience ranges from restaurant/bar to importing some of the finest wines in the world. He moved his family to North Carolina four years ago and works as a wine distributor.
Our show distributes on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Libsyn, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, and others. We are also linked to the New York-based Podcast network, The OG Network as their exclusive Food & Beverage podcast. With every ad spot ordered, we will promote your company on our social media channels, which is managed by the social media marketing company, Food-Seen.com.
This includes weekly tweets on our Instagram (1679 followers), Twitter account (562 followers), Facebook (896 followers) and our weekly newsletter (1,200 subscribers)