Episode 131

Oil & Gas with Reilly Sasse

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Reilly Sasse gives a sh!t about the blue-collar world. You can see it on his company Red River’s website (they do manufacturability and fabrication for the oil and gas industry), you can see it on his LinkedIn, and you’ll pick up on it quickly when you chat in person. And luckily, Reilly was kind enough to come hang with the Dirt Talk crew at BuildWitt HQ last week. 

This week on Dirt Talk, host Aaron Witt and Reilly Sasse dig deep into the state of oil and gas in America. Reilly shared why he wanted to go to work at such a young age, his background working for Tapani for many years, and why he places such an emphasis on humility in his own life. 

Later, he and Aaron chat about the disconnect between the blue-collar world and the folks who think blue-collar workers don’t care about the environment and why it’s important to not reject emotion for the sake of business. 

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