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Aug 18, 2016

FUN episode here as Tim sits down with Greg Peterson of the Peterson Farm Bros. 

 

Greg, along with his siblings Nathan, Kendal, and Laura got their start by creating viral YouTube videos including "Farmer Style" (parody of "Gangnam Style"), "I'm Farming and I Grow It" (parody of "I'm Sexy and I Know It"), and "Chore" (parody of "Roar").

In addition to creating viral videos, they are building the Peterson Farm Bros brand to include various social media, public speaking, and performing. 

I hope you enjoy this fascinating insight into Greg Peterson of the Peterson Farm Bros. 

Peterson Farm Bros Website

Peterson Farm Bros YouTube Channel

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Follow them on SNAPCHAT: PeteFarmBros

 

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