A Father and Son Safari

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: February 9, 2022

One of the great things about partnering with new companies is meeting new people and learning about their interests — both in and outside of work. On a recent episode of the “Inspire” Podcast, we learned about Lion Street’s Founder and CEO Bob Carter, who has a special interest in African wildlife.

Bob has taken several trips to Africa with his son to go on safaris and experience the wildlife there. He likes to bring his camera equipment and take pictures of the animals in their element.

Bob says he’s made numerous trips and memories traveling around the world, experiencing all that safaris have to offer. But most memorable to him was when his son joined in. Bob says that at one point, his son joined him for more than two weeks, visiting remote locations around Africa and seeing first-hand the beauty and power of wildlife.

Check out the rest of the “Inspire” Podcast to learn more about Bob, Lion Street and their new partnership with Integrity.

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