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For Episode 3 of Season 4 Robert is joined by the CEO of Cruising Kitchens and Davies Entertainment, Cameron Davies. In the show they discuss both being from San Antonio, their come-up stories, and how they find reward in providing opportunity for their friends and family + much more.
Cameron's website: https://solo.to/camerondavies/
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2:44- Patton was introduced to Davies after Steven Wylie suggested they do a podcast together. Wylie first heard of Davies Entertainment after connecting with Eddie Ortiz, a national champion middleweight boxer, who is signed to Davies Entertainment and sponsored by Sheath.
3:23- Davies first business was 210 Customs where he built vehicles for celebrities, but found out he was a bad businessman after going broke from a bad deal. Now he makes custom food trucks and is sponsoring ten boxers, four musicians, and has over one hundred employees.
5:25- During the pandemic, Davies was able to have his athletes and musicians join the work team to learn life long skills when things were closed down.
7:35- The Davies team built a 73,000 square foot entertainment center where they can train and do the work that they need to do.
8:48- Eddie Ortiz gave Davies some pairs of Sheath Underwear and now that is all he wears.
10:22- Sheath is on the mat of the Legacy Fighting Alliance octagon and is aiming to one day be on the UFC mat.
13:08- Davies accredits he success to hiring the right people and letting them do what they do best.
14:51- “Hard work outweighs luck.” (Davies)
19:00- Instead of being greedy with the profits, Patton enjoys giving back to disabled people and animal shelter organizations.
23:45- Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone is one of Davies’s favorite fighters.
26:05- Patton and Davies both had to get dental work done to look more professional.
29:11- You can’t let a hater get you down, you have to keep moving forward.
30:56- Davies never misses a boxing or MMA event on TV.
33:03- There is a possibility of a new pair of Sheath designed by Davies Entertainment.
34:49- Davies has always been an entrepreneur, starting with mowing lawns at age eleven.
36:22- After being broke ten years ago and now achieving success, Davies explains, “You don’t get there by yourself, it’s with a crew and a team and a family.”
42:07- Davies had the opportunity to build a food truck for Aubrey Marcus in Austin, Texas.
44:11- One of Patton and Davies’s biggest influences is Joe Rogan.
44:55- After getting a very bad case of food poisoning, Davies used cannabis to recover and deal with the pain.
47:20- There is a movie that Davies helped out with that is coming out very soon.