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Corey and Sean talk about the inception of BOTE’s new innovative product release - the Power Rac.
Sean and Corey revisit what might be BOTE’s most underrated trip. A river trip down the Apalachicola River to shed light on the oyster fishery and its need for conservation.
Corey and Sean sit down with Skye Bailey (BOTE Brand Manager) and Thomas Ramsey (BOTE Videographer) to rehash some behind the scenes moments of the film project “Loose Program - with Ronnie Renner”.
Not all road trips are equal, especially when the crew from BOTE traveled north to one of the Southeast’s premier breweries. Listen to some of the shenanigans as Corey and Sean reminisce.
In this episode, Corey and Sean stay on topic (just kidding) and talk about how BOTE’s AeroTech products have evolved and have become an integral part of the company’s DNA.
Corey and Sean discuss a canceled Wake SUP project. Even with the best intentions, some projects just don’t see the light of day. Shot with Billy Rossini and friends in North Carolina, this was one for the books. So sit back, press play, and discover the Rover that never was.
Corey and Sean talk about both of Sean's LA and Fort Walton Beach Compounds. From SWAT raids and cement mixers to pit bulls and community outreach, the Compounds have been a catalyst for some extremely creative inspiration and expression.
Corey, Sean, and “little” Mike Frenette (Red) discuss the film Red & Brown, the pandemic's effect on small business, Venice, Louisiana, and the Redfish Lodge.
Corey and Sean talk about what it was like putting the Rovers to the test for the first time in the Florida Keys, including slipping into the mangroves and going full throttle while key-hopping.