Shane Reese records the Peak City Podcast from his office above North Salem Street, where he also works during the day for a nonprofit advocacy group. “I could work from anywhere,” he said, “but I’ve chosen to work from Apex.”
Shane Reese records the Peak City Podcast from his office above North Salem Street, where he also works during the day for a nonprofit advocacy group. “I could work from anywhere,” he said, “but I’ve chosen to work from Apex.” Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Shane Reese records the Peak City Podcast from his office above North Salem Street, where he also works during the day for a nonprofit advocacy group. “I could work from anywhere,” he said, “but I’ve chosen to work from Apex.” Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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