• Adam Doud

Rise up with Rise Gardens featuring CEO Hank Adams



Rise Gardens is an indoor, connected hydroponic garden. It allows you to grow your own fruits and veggies inside even during the hottest summer or the harshest winter. Adam sits down with Hank Adams, CEO of Rise to talk about using the garden and what problems it solves. Plus, as a bonus, Hank used to be CEO of the company that drew the "magic yellow line" across the line of scrimmage in football, introducing AR to the mainstream.



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