Jim Henderson, owner of William C. Huff Companies, launches podcast series

Jim Henderson, owner of William C. Huff Companies, is excited to announce he and the company’s General Manager, John Purchase, have launched a new podcast series that will focus on educating individuals interested in navigating the modern world of downsizing, sustainability, logistics, moving, handling and storage.
A Little On The Long Side will be an ongoing podcast series recorded weekly with each one to be 30 to 35 minutes in length. Henderson will discuss topics pertaining to his business as well as community topics and environment. Guest speakers from the community and local non-profits will be featured throughout the series. For more information on the podcast or to listen visit https://williamchuff.com/podcast.
“We are excited to be creating and producing this podcast series for the public to enjoy,” says Henderson. “Each podcast is perfect to listen to while commuting to and from work; we hope that it creates conversation and offers tips on various topics.”
About Henderson’s Companies:
William C. Huff Companies is a full-service company which specializes in complete personalized logistics support for high and ultra-high net worth homeowners, builders, designers, architects and estate managers. With a wide range of services for local, national and international clients, the company also serves as an art shuttle, and specialized antique/heirloom handlers. For more information about William C. Huff Companies, call 800-231-3557 or visit www.williamchuff.com.

Henderson also owns JLH Sustainable Housing. The goal of JLH is to offer homes for sale that are not only affordable to buy but, will be affordable to own, with less overall cost than other conventional homes. The homes can provide clean, free electricity for the home and a car, more than 26,000 pounds of C02 can be eliminated from going into the air. Using recycled steel also lowers our impact on our natural resources. For more information email jim@jlhsustainable.com.

This article was submitted by a Guest Author of the Above Board Chamber.