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Family Legacy: How to Build a Family Company that Endures Five Generations and More

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Most family companies don’t last beyond three generations, instead they sell out or die off. So when a family-owned company endures through the Great Depression, other recessessions, ups and downs, through more than five generations, it’s a rare and beautiful thing!  Guest Bob Verdin of The Verdin Company—an East Coast company that has been and repairing bells and tower clocks for a very long time—talks with Host John Phillips about his passion for the business after all these years, and for what his role is. Bob reveals some of the secret sauce that will likely keep this five-generation (going on six-generation) business alive and thriving. You’ll also learn about some of his most interesting projects, including restoring a bell originally cast by Paul Revere!  Find Show Notes here, including fascinating short videos. Listen to episode below or sign up for podcast on any media.

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