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Evan & Dan Roth interview Junior Bridgeman for Breaking the Mold Podcast

Episode 14: The lessons for us all in Junior Bridgeman’s career transformation: NBA star to restaurant mogul. Taped in front of a live audience!

Junior Bridgeman is one of the most successful former athletes of all time. After retiring from the Milwaukee Bucks in 1987, he started a career that took him from owning and running a few Wendy’s in Milwaukee to being one of the largest franchisees in America. His next act? Coca Cola bottler.

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