A weekly podcast, hosted by Pat & Posh, which dives into the minds of founders in Los Angeles to share their stories and discuss relevant topics and current events.





For Episode 28, Pat & Posh sit down with Brent Bolthouse. He’s the founder of Bolthouse Productions, which owns and operates The Bungalow as well as Neon Carnival, the ultimate Coachella after party with high-end brands and celebrities in attendance year after year. Brent grew up in Southern California and eventually settled in LA in the 1980s. After meeting a friend while going to cosmetology school, they started promoting at nightclubs and throwing parties together. They were a major success from the start, and Brent eventually branched out and started Bolthouse Productions and continued to throw parties and corporate events for A-list celebrities for decades.

For Episode 27, Pat & Posh chat with Alex Banayan, the author of the recently released book, “The Third Door.” The day before his freshman year final exams, Alex hacked The Price Is Right, won a sailboat, sold it, and used the prize money to fund his quest to learn from the world’s most successful people, such as Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, Pitbull, Jessica Alba and many more! We talk to Alex about his incredible journey, the ups and downs, being named the youngest venture capitalist in the world, and what he hopes to achieve with the book.

For Episode 26 of The Founder Hour, Pat & Posh sit down with Robert Egger - a nonprofit leader, author, activist and visionary. Robert talks about managing nightclubs in DC early on in his career and then founding DC Central Kitchen - the country’s first “community kitchen,” where food donated by hospitality businesses and farms is used to fuel its nationally recognized culinary arts job training program. Since opening, DC Central Kitchen has produced over 35 million meals and helped 1,500 men and women gain full-time employment. 24 years later, Robert left DC and started LA Kitchen.