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April 29, 2014

Dean Blundell

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Greetings,

I swear to God I thought putting together a website, some podcasts and a few fun events was going to be a hell of a lot easier than it turned out to be.  I think I have been at this for over a year and every time I think it’s all set and ready to go something goes sideways, or gets cancelled.  First off, thank you very much for all of the support over the past few months. I wasn’t able to say or do much and it was the outpouring of love and support from you guys that enabled me to stay positive, so thank you.  I am really excited about this new site and I am having a ton of fun connecting with a bunch of friends on the podcasts and having open dialogue about things that we find funny and interesting. I look forward to your feedback on where it’s heading.  Like I always said about the show this is ours not “mine”, so please if you have comments or ideas, email me here at dean@deanblundell.com.

While I am thanking people I need to throw in my friends Saul and the family at Korry’s, Greg Carrasco and his new family Hyundai of Oakville, Jason and the people at X Copper and Jeff and the team at Amsterdam Breweries.  These are some truly outstanding and genuine people and I am proud to be associated with them. It is truly inspirational the way these folks do business and stand by their people.  Oh yeah and thanks to my partners Zeke and Adrian for partnering up to organize a roast where people tore me a new one for two hours. Nothing cheers a guy up faster than being completely and utterly humiliated and essentially castrated in front of a sold out crowd.  Dicks…

So a new chapter begins, the first podcasts will be posted in the coming days, and the next events will be announced soon.  I have always owed everything I have achieved professionally to you guys. The people that gave a shit enough to listen, laugh and participate. I believe this format will give us the chance to continue our conversation and have some fun together as a community.

DEAN

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