Adam Gerstin, CEO of LFG Nexus
Built by Gamers with Gamers in mind, LFG Nexus is the next-generation Social Media Platform. We have all of the standard posts, groups, chat, reactions, and Gifs which make us the same. It is what makes us different, that will make Gamers rush to us! We have incredible features that have not all been seen in one place from our Map of local businesses and events to our Looking for Group/Guild/Gamemaster to help connect gamers, as well as our Find streamers and our Stores are coming soon! We are building a One-Stop-Shop for ALL Gamers!
This transcript is machine transcribed by Sonix
Speaker1: [00:00:07] Broadcasting live from the Business RadioX Studios in Woodstock, Georgia, it’s time for Cherokee Business Radio. Now here’s your host.
Speaker2: [00:00:24] Welcome to Cherokee, Business RadioX Stone Payton here with you this morning. This is going to be a fantastic show. We organized a special episode. So yeah, we broadcast it twice this week for Cherokee Business Radio, but I’m so glad that we’re going to get a chance to visit with this gentleman. Today’s episode brought to you in part by Alma Coffey, sustainably grown, veteran owned and direct trade, which means, of course, from seed to cup, there are no middlemen. Please go check them out at my Alma Coffee Dotcom and go visit their grocery café at thirty four or forty eight. Holly Springs Parkway in Canton asked for Letitia or Harry and tell them that St. Cincher. All right, please welcome to the broadcast with LFG Nexxus, the guy, the CEO, the Grand Poobah, the man who’s put the whole thing together, Mr. Adam Gerstin. Good morning, sir.
Speaker3: [00:01:22] Good morning, Stone. How are you
Speaker2: [00:01:23] Today? I am doing well. I have so been looking forward to having you on the show. I had the pleasure of walking a good eighty, eighty five yards from my home all the way over to the circuit to hear you present. And I was just I was captivated. I was really enamored with not only what you talked about doing, but why you were doing it. And I knew right then, man, if he’ll do it, we got to we got to get him on the show. So naturally, I took the the subversive route and I got my business card to your daughter. What’s your daughter’s name?
Speaker3: [00:02:02] Her name is Gabrielle.
Speaker2: [00:02:03] Gabrielle. So Gabrielle is the one that made this happen for me. So thank you. Shout out to Gabrielle. Welcome to the show. But for the benefit of our listeners who were not there at that million Cupps presentation that day, please do give us a little bit of an overview mission purpose. What are you out there trying to do for folks?
Speaker3: [00:02:23] So we’ve created a social media platform specifically designed for gamers or with gamers in mind. So it’s not just video gamers and sports people, but also for people that like board games or mobile video games, tabletop games, collectible card games. And so we’re trying to reach out to everybody. That’s a gamer that’s interested in learning more about gaming and tired of going to hundreds of different websites to get information that we’re trying to create this nexus or this home for everybody to go to a one stop shop sort of place. And so what that will do is, you know, just make things easier and also kind of expose people to some other games that they might not realize that are out there that they might really enjoy as well.
Speaker2: [00:03:03] What a marvelous idea. What prompted it? Was there was there some void in the marketplace or in that arena that was impacting you? And and and you said, OK, we got to fix this, we got to plug this void?
Speaker3: [00:03:17] Exactly. That’s really what happened. So I’m just going to kind of come out with it. I’ve been like a big, you know, nerd geek for forever. And so I was recently playing Dungeons and Dragons and which has become super popular. Now, today,
Speaker2: [00:03:32] Really, again, it’s that, again, I’m not I don’t know that world. I was more comfortable sitting the bench on the baseball team, that being in that world. So I wasn’t good in any of the worlds, but that was the world I found myself in. But is it again, it’s it’s it’s reemerged as a very popular thing.
Speaker3: [00:03:50] It has, actually. So, you know, first of all, Dungeons and Dragons has been around for almost 50 years.
Speaker2: [00:03:54] Oh, you’re making me feel so good.
Speaker3: [00:03:58] So what happened recently that I think it really gets attributed to? A lot of it is if you ever saw the thing on Netflix called Stranger Things. Yeah. So in Stranger Things in the first episode, they or the they’re playing Dungeons Dragons and they sign something that’s like Demi Gorgan, which is a devil type of thing. But from there just it started growing. People started wondering more and stuff like that than give Throne’s came out
Speaker2: [00:04:23] And Marvel, now Game of Thrones. Now I’m all over that. I love that. Yes.
Speaker3: [00:04:27] I love Giménez, as do
Speaker2: [00:04:29] Apparently some other folks
Speaker3: [00:04:30] That I mean, I think they had something like, I don’t know, average of like twenty million viewers per episode only Couto. And that was even in season eight, which, you know, wasn’t as good as that of others. So, yeah. So we basically I was playing these games and I got to be honest, I’m I’m a power gamer. So what that means is I really like to kind of dig in and try and understand and just so that when I play, like, I could do really well, it’s a lot of things.
Speaker2: [00:04:57] So you’re in it to win it when you’re you’re not just blowing off a little steam. You have a bigger play, a game. You’re like, this is this is big time for you.
Speaker3: [00:05:05] Yeah. So it’s super. You know, it’s I’m I’m a competitive person. And so, you know, I get into it. I want to play and, you know, I like to see, you know, how well my character do or that type of thing. And so I started looking for different websites and things like that where I could learn more about some of the different classes and things. And through that, I just never. I just had to go to so many websites, I was like, you know, I wish it was just like one place or I could go to the had everything. And, you know, I’m not just into the Andes or Dungeons and Dragons. You know, there’s other games that I like as well. And so the thought was like, you know, what if there was just a place that kind of cater to everybody instead of having to go to 20 different places, get the information that you want. And so that’s kind of how it began.
Speaker2: [00:05:49] I love that. I love the idea. And it is not uncommon for an early stage entrepreneur to come in the studio or one of the other Business RadioX studios across the country. And that same kind of dynamic, they were trying to get some done. There was something missing. And bless your heart, they took on the charge of filling that hole. I think that’s that’s fantastic. And I got to believe there must be some tremendous challenges in trying to get something of that nature and that scale off the off the ground. Would you share a couple of the some of the rough spots that you’ve had to navigate?
Speaker3: [00:06:28] Well, sure. So, first of all, actually, that wasn’t originally what we were trying to do originally. We were trying to create a place for people to go to have better experiences playing Dungeons and Dragons. And from that, it grew into this social media platform. So we’ve pivoted once or twice. But the challenges were just in. And I’ve learned a lot about myself kind of in the process as kind of how I am as manager and expectations I have from people the priorities that I have versus the priorities that other people have. And they are usually completely different.
Speaker2: [00:07:04] To be quite honest. There’s a pro tip for all you new entrepreneurs and existing entrepreneurs. It’s companies. Not everybody is coming from the same world view or priorities or any of that or that.
Speaker3: [00:07:15] Exactly. And so that was kind of a big dose reality. Like, I knew that, but I kind of just needed to see that kind of affect me. So, you know, as we’ve been going through this process, we’ve, you know, work with different people and, you know, some people just this is a side project for them. Sometimes it was less or more and that sort of thing. And, you know, so trying to build something that’s kind of trying to be on the scale of potentially like a Facebook or Twitter, that sort of thing is, you know, obviously that’s what I’m trying to go, but it’s a lot of steps to get there. And so I’m actually not a developer myself. I can’t write the code, although I’ve got to.
Speaker2: [00:07:54] I have a dream that a Martin Luther Gersten and I have a dream big enough
Speaker3: [00:08:00] That rightly so. But we’ve actually done really well with the limited funds that we’ve had. The site looks great. In fact, we even changed it up for the amount of money that we spent, which has been pretty much a shoestring budget to have. What we currently have right now is is quite amazing. I’m really proud of the stuff that we’ve been able to do and just being, you know, as you know, watching our pennies where we can here and there.
Speaker2: [00:08:27] So do you have a revenue model yet? Are you still getting it? So there is some money coming in from from the product or some path for money for the.
Speaker3: [00:08:36] So we’re about to go live with our product. Currently, it’s in what we call a beta
Speaker2: [00:08:41] Phase where you it you heard it first here on Business RadioX. Ever catch it immediately.
Speaker3: [00:08:45] All right. Exactly. So currently it’s in a beta state where we’re trying to get people to kind of come in and tell us what they think. You know, is it easy to use this? Is it tough? Are the colors OK? You don’t touch any of the problems that are out there before it goes live so we could, you know, fix them ahead of time. Right, right. And so we are looking to go live probably here in the next week or two. So we’ve been able to get some time, some good feedback. And it’s been very, very exciting. At the same time, we’re right there on the precipice of being able to go live and and really start trying to, you know, bringing in ramp up revenue at the same time. So it’s been an interesting day.
Speaker2: [00:09:24] Yeah. So what prompted you? Was there some catalyst? Was it something Gabrielle said about opening the the venue, the the platform up to the board games? Another. Well, tell me a little bit about how that unfolded.
Speaker3: [00:09:39] Sure. So, you know, originally our goal was to create like a catered experience or Dungeons and Dragons. Right. So the whole idea was like to have sound effects and cool voices and and things like that. And with that, I just you know, I knew that I myself, I like video games just like everybody else. In fact, just to use some numbers, apparently 66 percent of the country self identify as a gamer only count. Right. And so now it’s really hard to find numbers on things like board games and Dungeons and Dragons and things like that. But the numbers for video games and these were so fairly easy to see. Right. And there’s just so many people are into the video games and now EA Sports, which is, you know, the whole idea of is is neat. It’s you know, they’re trying to. Actually kind of take over Major League Baseball, the NFL, the NBA, they’re trying to take sports to this completely crazy.
Speaker2: [00:10:33] And there are rock stars in that world that are really talented. I mean, the rightest I mean, they’re just like,
Speaker3: [00:10:39] Oh, yeah, there’s millions and millions of dollars being thrown at it. It’s it’s actually pretty crazy, the amount of money. But so the reason why we’re kind of focusing a little bit on the DNG, the massive gathering, all these other types of games is because nobody else is right. And also because that’s just kind of where my heart is. That’s where I first started getting into gaming. You know, I still love video games and stuff like that, but there’s this whole genre of people that aren’t being
Speaker2: [00:11:07] Back to that whole writers or it’s another whole within the whole this gap you’re trying to fill. So does this extend to, you know, what I’m sure will sound very mundane to some of the people listening when when my crowd gets together, it will we have this the this game called codenames. And it’s this kind of it’s overt. It’s kind of a newer version of password and that kind of thing. But eventually, if enough people want it, can will there be a little code named Sandbox in your thing where people say, hey, here’s what we’re learning about code names. So it could extend to stuff like Monopoly and code names and some of that.
Speaker3: [00:11:45] Just so our goal is to create games, direct ability for people to connect over any type of game. Oh, so we absolutely have a Monopoly board. Games are incredibly popular. Yeah, sure. Especially, you know, with covid and people being locked in. Yeah. They’re playing in Borgen. So their families actually I read something that puzzles like puzzles were at an all time high during covid because people kind to sit there and do that on their own and they’re still kind of using their brain to, you know, they’re still exercising their brain at the same time they, you know, had something to do physically as well. Sure. So people were really getting into these older type of style of of games and things that we would do in the past versus the level of technology that we currently have as well. You know, where you can pick up your phone and you can play millions of games from, you know, one of the app stores or even just a video game. But people were going back to like this physical sort of thing as well.
Speaker2: [00:12:39] So from a from a and I and I recognize and I want to talk more about it in a few moments about your motives, I recognize that that your motives are not confined to financial. So we’re talking maybe talk about that. But staying in the revenue generating kind of conversation is this are people going to be able to advertise on this platform? Is that one of the revenue streams for this kind of thing?
Speaker3: [00:13:04] So we actually have probably between five and 10 different potential revenue streams. The biggest one. Cool. Yeah. So we have like different tiers. The businesses could get involved. And one of the things we’re really about connecting people and that’s that’s how I see this. Our goal is to connect gamers or people that are just starting to get into gaming or people that are getting into what I would call geek geek culture. So like the Game of Thrones, the Marvel, the Star Wars, Lord of Rings, Harry Potter, and, you know, I could go on with just all the different things that are coming out on between Netflix Prime
Speaker2: [00:13:36] And it’s not going to be less is going to be more
Speaker3: [00:13:38] Recently. So they’ve realized that they’ve really kind of tapped into this thing. And it’s crazy because like years ago, people would never admit that they were a gamer. Now. Now it’s cool. Dungeons and Dragons is I read an article to the CEO of Wizards of the Coast of the Coastal Dungeons Dragons and also this other game called Magic, the gathering. And they’re saying that there’s nearly 40 million people that play Dungeons and Dragons and that they’ve been seeing revenue increase significantly over the years to the fact where they’ve even grown another 30 percent this last year.
Speaker2: [00:14:10] And so ad revenue is a revenue stream, like who wants to advertise on something like that? Well, more and more to the point, who wants or who should be considering advertising on LFG next? Sure.
Speaker3: [00:14:21] So we’ve got two different sets of people or businesses that were kind of looking at one. Is that nationwide sort of business? So if you’re into energy drinks or a lot of the things that kind of go along with gaming and streaming, so candy drinks, you know, people that sell peripherals for computers like keyboard and mouse, things like that, OK, people that are also into like music and things, just anything kind of related to gaming genre, just that kind of younger youth sort of thing where you’re trying to get people that are that are into gaming to.
Speaker2: [00:14:54] Right. Right. Sort of thing.
Speaker3: [00:14:55] At the same time, what we’re also trying to do is we’re trying to reach out to local businesses and so interesting.
Speaker2: [00:15:00] So you tell me more about the local angle. Sure.
Speaker3: [00:15:02] So when I grew up and going to kind of date myself here, we had gaming stores, but we didn’t have the Internet at that point. And so to find out what was going on with the different games are coming out or comic books or things like that, you’d have to go to these gaming stores and the people running that would usually be in the middle of what was going on. We didn’t have access to the Internet that said, you know, basically. Every Tuesday, something comes out and so right, we would not hear for months about different types of games. And so because of that kind of part of our social mission is we want to help local game stores to get their names out there, to be able to sell stuff. So on our platform, we actually have a marketplace where the local game store can now put up their games on to our platform and they can sell through our platform for the benefit of that also is that if anyone buys through our platform, we’re going to give them points. And with these points, they can do things like they could redeem for gift cards that could get cool backgrounds. You know, there’s a lot of things that we can do to encourage them to,
Speaker2: [00:16:00] You know, that didn’t even occur to me. And it makes perfect sense that you guys would have a great handle on what a soul guys are calling gamification that would like like even at Business RadioX, we want people to share the material. Right. Right. So we don’t know how. But in recent time, phone calls, we’ve had this conversation. Is there some way to reward people for for sharing the material with people? You know, people are very interested in listening to the material, but we don’t want to stop there. We want, you know, Bill to share it with Sue and Sue, to share it with her mastermind group, you know, and all that kind of stuff. So but you guys, you I mean, you know, this world of gamification and.
Speaker3: [00:16:37] Yeah, right. So, you know, we’re trying to so we have the ability to give people points for doing different things. And so that’s, again, another revenue model. So, for example, let’s say local gaming company comes to us or just any gaming company come to us and say, hey, we’re thinking of creating this sort of game. We can basically reach out to our group of people that are on our platform and ask them to fill out a survey like does this interest you? Do you like this? Do you like this? And they could give them a lot of good data. Oh, yeah. That they can use to decide, OK, which way do we want to go to create this game? So we’re looking to that’s another revenue stream that adds a revenue stream. We charge people in local businesses like 25 bucks to be on our platform. We actually have a local map that will show all the different events that they have going on in the local area. So you could look and see what’s going on in your neighborhood so that
Speaker2: [00:17:24] You can also. OK, but I could have sworn you just said and we can go take it out if it was a mistake. I thought you said 25 bucks. And this is not like thousands and thousands of dollars at this stage to get involved and participate as a as a sponsor. Correct. Like a local business.
Speaker3: [00:17:41] So a local business for like 25 bucks a month. They could be on our map. They could post unlimited events. So if they’ve got you know, and it’s not just for local games, it’s for the leader take place for the escape room, be a pizza place down the street. That’s made me do it right. I don’t want to there’s some breweries around here and a lot of times to bring people in, they’ll be like, hey, get like, you know, two beers in. And we’re also playing board games. We’re going for a little while. One of the breweries down here was doing a thing where it was like a day and night where you could come and play. Well, they’re a cool one shot thing. It was like two or three hours. Right. And you’re drinking a beer or two and you’re playing TNT with some people. Maybe, you know, maybe you don’t, you know, just kind of depending on how they set it up. Right. And so we’re trying to reach out to people like that. We’re trying to reach out to, you know, concerts, you know, people that anything that, you know, gamers could get to kind of get into it.
Speaker3: [00:18:30] So if we could get of concerts on the site that we could even, you know, sell event tickets for as well, because we have the ability to almost like an event. Right. Sort of thing where you can create tickets that for events that you want to charge money for. So we’re trying to, you know, just again, get everybody to be a little bit we’re trying to make the social media more social. We’re trying to, you know, take things out of kind of the cloud and the Internet. Right. Give people a way to meet one another. And the reasoning behind that is a lot of the friends that I have currently are people that I’ve met through gaming. And so, you know, I these are great people that I’ve, you know, that I love and stuff like that that I’ve known for twenty plus years doing that sort of thing. And, you know, we want to help more people find other people to play games and maybe that’s just a start. Then from there they can, you know, learn more about the people and grow and that sort of thing.
Speaker2: [00:19:22] It seems like an enormous undertaking. And clearly you’re up to the to the task, but it sounds like you’re very close to a to to a critically important milestone. You’re going to you’re going to is the right word release. You’re going to you’re going to let this thing out in the wild. You’re pretty soon. Yes.
Speaker3: [00:19:40] So within probably the next week or so. Wow. And there’s you know, there’s a few things that were still kind of adding as we go. Right. We’ve got to constantly be innovating and be just ready to do something different, because to be honest, you know, Facebook could kind of just kind of just. Take like a pittance of their money, right? And, you know, we’re actually trying to actually raise money right now, but, you know, they could just be like, so are you.
Speaker2: [00:20:04] So are you actually looking for funding or do you want to stay customer funded or where are you with regard to that? So you’re open to the conversations or are you?
Speaker3: [00:20:11] So currently we actually have what’s called a refund or a refund or is like, OK, crowdfunding. Oh, so anyone could come in and they can buy into our company through we.
Speaker2: [00:20:23] So you’re not just getting a T-shirt, you’re actually getting a piece of the.
Speaker3: [00:20:26] Ok, so you’re actually not getting a T-shirt.
Speaker2: [00:20:28] No T-shirt.
Speaker3: [00:20:29] You know, there’s a whole thing. It’s that’s a whole nother level and the kind of financial stuff. But in essence, you can buy into the company. And so, you know, imagine if you could buy into Facebook when it was first. Absolutely. And what that stock would be worth now. Right. And so we’re doing that.
Speaker2: [00:20:45] And if you got relatively small unit, small pattern, I don’t know the right words, but can you get in for a little bit of money? You don’t.
Speaker3: [00:20:52] Yeah, you could get it for as little as a hundred bucks. Oh, wow. So, I mean, that’s why we like this platform, because it lets people that are just getting started. Right. You know, we see a lot of things are going on with stock, with, you know, all the things that happen with GameStop and AMC right now. And just, you know, just how the stock market’s kind of going. Right. And so and Bitcoin and stuff like that. So I think a lot more people are interested in that. And so for, you know, a minimal, you know, amount of wanting to get in, there’s a potential that you can make, you know, a significant amount of money. I mean, if you just maybe don’t like a Starbucks drink, like once a night, that could kind of cover 100 bucks,
Speaker2: [00:21:27] You know, after a month or so. So for me personally, I can tell you there would be that money motive a little bit. But also it would just be cool to be able to say, yeah, I was an early investor on something that took off and got some traction. Exactly. And so there’s there’s a cool factor associated with it. And it as people like me, we get a little longer in the tooth to be associated with investing in something like this. Right. It’s a little more hip. It’s a little more so. I know I’m very attracted to it. You touched on it briefly early in the conversation, but I’d like to dove a little deeper to whatever degree you’re willing. I’d love to know what you feel like in this journey you’ve learned about yourself.
Speaker3: [00:22:10] I have been going through this process. I’ve learned different things in terms of how much I kind of tolerate from people. And maybe that’s not the best way to say it. And hopefully I’m not putting myself in this terrible light. But, you know, business is business. And so there are times that, you know, I had to make some decisions that I didn’t necessarily want to. But, you know, just. To to move the business forward, there’s things that we have to do and there are people that, you know, just weren’t didn’t have that same level of priority. They had that same little passion. And I realized that no one can have the passion that I do. And so I can’t expect that from other people. But, you know, I just want to, you know, to work with people that were interested in things like that. And people said that they are interested. But what actually kind of came down to actually doing some of the stuff, they weren’t really there. And so it was kind of how how do I deal with that? You know, because these people are saying that they’re going to do things and then the deadline comes up and they’re not done. And so, you know, I’ve learned when I first initially got into this, I was. I’d rather, you know, rather strict, and so, you know, I’ve realized, you know, and there are times when, you know, people are sick or something happened in the family or things like that. And that I completely understand. But from that, I’ve also learned, you know, better ways to manage people, better ways to, you know, have certain expectations of people. And so that I’m not getting upset with others for things that just, you know, I should have known better that they were going to happen or things of that nature. So it’s been definitely a real good, interesting journey into kind of my personality and my expectations of of people when it comes to this business.
Speaker2: [00:23:55] Well, kudos to you for recognizing that there has been some growth and recognizing at least I get the sense that you clearly expect more growth. Maybe you’re not a finished product yet. So I know we’ve got this we’ve got this launch. We’ve got this refunders thing. So we may have the answer to this question, but. Were your energy is going to be near term. You know, what is this thing going near term and long term and what can we do to help we, the Business RadioX community, listeners, ambassadors, correspondent, studio partners, all of us. But, you know, also Cherki Business Radio. Well, what can we do to help that? Sure.
Speaker3: [00:24:35] So, you know, just near term, the stuff that we’re working on is just finishing up the website and getting the built out. The app, I think is major is a big thing. And so that’s why I can take a couple of weeks for us to get that done. But that’s really kind of where to add. A lot of people don’t want to go on the desktop or that sort of thing. They just want to have access to things on the phone. Right. So that’s a lot of what we’re working on right now is just the development, making sure that everything is smooth, it’s easy to do stuff, is that when you log into a site, you could understand where to go and just just have things in proper order that makes sense. Right. So that’s kind of where we are like on the business level in terms of the development of it. Obviously, there’s a lot of marketing we’re looking to do, and that’s kind of where Radio Business RadioX can help us is. There’s probably a ton of local businesses that can use, you know, additional you know, have more people come into their stores, get involved in the local community from from Gemas. I mean, literally 66 percent of the country is gamers. And so I can be you know, I know that a lot of people think that that’s like, you know, 18 and 20 year olds and stuff like that. But the data actually says that the average gamers, 32. Wow. And there’s, you know, tons of, you know, people that are a little bit older that are still kind of, you know, playing games out there. They’re trying to keep their brain, you know, in good shape. And they’re just kind of, you know, there’s lots of people that have money that are looking to to do things. I mean.
Speaker2: [00:26:06] Yeah, so getting so the answer to the question about how we specifically might be, it’s just you need to get the word out. You need to the local proprietor, the guy who was running the pizza shop, the lady who’s running the design job, the people who run the the stores, because that’s a looks like it’s going to be a meaningful revenue stream for you. You need to just they just need to know you exist and you’ve got this thing going.
Speaker3: [00:26:30] Absolutely. So, yeah, if you own the pizza shop down the street, you know the convenience store, you know the beer place, you know. Right. Right. You know, what we’re looking at doing is to have your business on our platform. It’s like twenty five dollars a month, which is less than doing a decent boost on a Facebook post, is that right? Yeah. I mean, you know, I don’t want to bash Facebook too much, but you build up this community and then when you actually post on it, you’re lucky of 10 percent of the people.
Speaker2: [00:26:58] Yeah, that’s not. Yeah, right. So, you know, the first one to say.
Speaker3: [00:27:02] Exactly, Michaels, you never, ever have that on the platform. So if if I can do anything to make sure that that happens so that when you post everyone that you’ve worked so hard to bring it over will be able to see it because it’s just ridiculous that they don’t you have to pay your own pay for your own audience to see your posts.
Speaker2: [00:27:22] And I see that’s a very refreshing thing. I think that’s a refreshing idea. Well, Adam Gersten with LFG next. It has been an absolute delight having you here in the studio. Thank you so much. Before we wrap up, let’s make sure that we leave our listeners with appropriate points of contact, whether they’re Jarrell’s for the for the Refunder type thing, the anything you want to know, LinkedIn, phone, email, your URL is just whatever you think is appropriate.
Speaker3: [00:27:53] Sure. So our actual website that you could go to right now and log in and check it out is just what lfg nexxus dot com from there. Just right now it’s in beta. We are making edits and things like that, but feel free to let us know if you see like a problem or a suggestion we’re all about trying to make this as easy for everyone seems as possible are when it comes to investments we’re using the thing called Refunder, you can go to Refunder Dotcom and then it’s forward slash and this is going to kind of get a little bit weird. It’s l f g underscore nexxus any excuse to the no to. And from there you can see kind of actually how much we’ve raised at this point. You can get involved. There’s there are some levels where you get like additional things, but that’s where you kind of get involved. And again, you can get involved. Herzl’s one hundred dollars, you can invest twenty five thousand. I mean, we’ve got people doing both fantastic. And we do have a Facebook page we’re going to keep at least for a little while longer, hopefully, or until hopefully
Speaker2: [00:29:09] Mark, Mark, Mark, Z, that near this interview say, okay, enough with that. I’m already done with. Exactly.
Speaker3: [00:29:15] So we really feel that this is really our competition and some sort of way that they kind of are. Yeah, but so you could go to Facebook dot com forward, slash LFG Nexxus. And so I post a lot of stuff about different things are coming out with the gaming world, whether it’s games or what’s going on in geek culture. But again, you know, we’re going to have all that even more of that stuff on our site. And you can, like, find different streamers, you can find other people to play games with. And it might be more of a national level just to find people to play at the same time. You can also interact with local businesses and find, you know, other people locally, which we think is really kind of the crux of what we’re trying to do here.
Speaker2: [00:29:52] Well, so do I. After this conversation, what will keep up the good work? Congratulations on the momentum. But and in in that vein, I was thinking when you were talking, it might be fun for you to bring in a local sponsor. You know, let’s say you do lay in the pizza parlor guy or the GameStop guy or whatever. It might be fun to do an episode where you bring them in. We we kind of get caught up on what’s going on in your world because I know it’s going to change rapidly. We spotlight that business and maybe talk a little bit about the partnership. If you’re up for that, will, we’ll do that sometime or maybe even a
Speaker3: [00:30:26] Couple of them. They’ll be great. No, absolutely. Yeah, I’d love to. You know, again, if we could help the local community. And yes, we’re all about that. We’re all about connecting people, creating relationships. That’s kind of to me the whole point of this whole thing called life a man.
Speaker2: [00:30:43] Well, thanks again for joining us, man. This has been a blast.
Speaker3: [00:30:47] Awesome. Well, thank you for inviting me. It’s been tremendous.
Speaker2: [00:30:51] All right. Until next time. This is Stone Payton for our guest today, Adam Gersten with LFG Nexxus and everyone here at the Business RadioX family saying we’ll see you next time on Cherokee Business Radio.