West, TX – Carla Lee Johnston’s NutBurgers were a huge hit on with CNBC’s Season Finale of West Texas Investors Club, with live streams voting the episode, “best episode ever.” The episode, which aired on August 3rd, was such a huge success and orders for these amazing NutBurgers are still coming in! Carla, who founded a revolutionary recipe for her famous NutBurgers, traveled to meet meat lovin’ Investors Butch and Rooster so they could see if she could pass the challenge to make a deal to invest in her company.
If you watched the episode then you witnessed how the meat-eating carnivores of Midland, TX went NUTZZZ for NutBurgers. In just shy of 3 years, her “love in a box” is now in 36 states and over 2,000 stores. These amazing burgers, NutBalls and NutTacos are one of a kind as they are nut-based and completely organic. Butch and Rooster, who are self-made millionaires, loved Carla’s NutBurgers but did they love them enough to be swayed to leave the cattle business and jump onto a vegan lifestyle? Check out the episode from August 3rd in the links below and find out if Carla was able to wrangle an investment from Butch & Rooster.
What struck the heartchords of the viewers wasn’t even Investor/Song Writer Gil Prather serenading Carla on the back of his ol Ford F250, “for her heart and her moxy,” which was a tear jerker, it was her Benevolent Enterprise Model that is about walking her talk about feeding hungry hearts and tummies by dedicating 50% of their profits, “so we can all live in a world where there’s enough.”
You see the episode on CNBC’s website (http://www.cnbc.com/west-texas-investors-club/) or iTunes under the title, Natural Born Chillers.
About Carla Lee Johnston: Raw. Unfiltered. Evolutionary.
Carla Lee Johnston, Evolutionary Expert, Foodpreuner and Humanitarian, Founder of Carla Lee’s NutBurgers. Carla is a front-line warrior serving humanity as a “nuttin but love from Mama Earth” food manufacturer committed to the new heart-centered unity-based Benevolent Enterprise model – BE – putting humanity’s highest good before profits; giving back 50% of net profits to feeding hungry hearts and tummies.
Sharing unfiltered truth as radio & National TV guest, Speaker, author, and documentary film-maker committed to connecting the dots to a food industry that’s gone sour — adding back the missing ingredient — love — in pursuit of empowering with unbiased knowledge so WE can reclaim our power – with sovereignty to co-create a sustainable future worth choosing.
Learn more about Carla Lee Johnston by visiting www.nutburgers.com
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“West Texas Investors Club” is produced by The Ebersol Lanigan Company with Charlie Ebersol, Mike Lanigan and Jason Henry as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Luke Bauer are the executive producers for CNBC. Facebook: @wtexasinvestors, on Twitter and Instagram: #WestTexasInvestors.
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