Episode 11: How to Share Jesus as a Business Owner?

The Williford Brothers
Episode 11: How to Share Jesus as a Business Owner?

In this exciting episode, the Williford Brothers sit down with a special guest, The Bishop of Barbecue, to discuss how you can share your faith with your customers. As third-generation owner-operators of one of America's most successful laundry chains, The Wash House Laundromats, the Williford Brothers are widely regarded as the foremost experts on how to plan, build out and then profitably run a laundromat. They regularly consult with investors and laundromat owners across the country, providing valuable insights and best practices that can save their clients hundreds of thousands of dollars per acquisition.  As Christians, Luke and Lee are passionate about inspiring others with faith-inspired insights into life, leadership, and laundromats. With the help of The Bishop of Barbecue, they explore creative ways to connect with customers and share the love of Jesus. 

Paul's Rib Shack is a beloved establishment owned by none other than the Bishop of BBQ himself. With a lifelong passion for smoked meats, the Bishop has honed his craft over decades of dedicated practice, earning a reputation as one of the best pitmasters in the business.

At Paul's Rib Shack, you'll find a menu filled with mouth-watering options, from perfectly cooked ribs to juicy pulled pork sandwiches and everything in between. The Bishop's signature dry rub and sauce are the stuff of legend, bringing out the natural flavors of the meat and leaving your taste buds singing with delight.

But Paul's Rib Shack is more than just a place to grab a delicious meal - it's an experience. From the warm, welcoming atmosphere to the expertly crafted dishes, everything about this place exudes a love for the craft of barbecue. 

If you're a fan of great food and amazing flavor, then you owe it to yourself to check out Paul's Rib Shack. Stop by and taste the difference that comes from a lifetime of dedication and passion for the art of smoking meat.