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James Lindsay on Rap Snacks, BossUp Bank, Why Distribution Matters, and Managing Meek Mill

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Rap Snacks founder and CEO James Lindsay came on the podcast to talk about his rise in the consumer packaged goods industry. Rap Snacks launched in 1994 and has partnered with artists like Migos, Cardi B, Trina, and Fabolous to sell snack chips.

We talk about how Rap Snacks landed distribution space in Walmart, and how to navigate the snack food industry. We also talked about Boss Up Bank, the new bank he launched with Master P to reach underserved communities.

Lindsay also co-managed Meek Mill, so we talked about his experience there, and some recent advice he gave Meek about Dogecoin!

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: James Lindsay, @askfly1, rapsnacks.net

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