For almost a decade, Josh Kimble has been looking for a way to solve a problem most in the agriculture industry considered unsolvable—how to transport produce quickly, inexpensively, and safely. And it looks like he’s come up with a game-changer.
There are a lot of things going on behind Kern County’s scenes that most people don’t know about. Things that will affect every last one of us.
“We talked about how fragrance is as essential as soap, how the right scent could make a woman feel empowered, confident—and that got us excited about starting our own line all over again. This time, we decided to just go for it.” —Kristin Smith
We’re not just any city, this is JAM city!
The gleaming court is a perfect place to show off players’ A-game talents, like backdoor plays, slam dunks, and give-and-goes, and the blues and reds of the team logo painted right smack in the middle of the court really pop when the lights come on as the arena comes to life. But even though the brilliance of the court is impressive, the real center of attraction in Bakersfield’s Dignity Health Event Center is our hometown’s elite NBA Development League team, the Bakersfield Jam.
The vibrant hue of lime green offset by black and white walls and gleaming greys of steel seem to do more than reflect the industrial-modern design of the interior; the dynamic tones seem to infuse energy into the workspace.
The idea came to Eileen Shibley from out of the blue. It was risky but somehow she knew it would work. She knew she could make an impact in an up-and-coming field, but the financial risks would be high. She decided to give it a try.