Even within the Show Me State of Missouri, you can find many Travis Browns. Travis Brown the cyclist. Travis Brown the school superintendent. A Travis Browne that fights. There are Travis Browns that sing, that play professional football, and even Travis Browns that advertise tattoos. However, I think that my profile is still relatively-unique in its focus on fine wines, entrepreneurship, and growing our Midwest economy.
If there’s one Travis Brown that I should partner with, it is likely another Travis Brown with a creative focus on photography, graphic arts, and creative productions. It turns out that even near Saint Louis, there’s another Travis Brown whose career is precisely that as well. Even though the two of us have never met, occasionally I get to observe his handiwork inside an Opera Theatre of Saint Louis event.
There are certainly fewer Travis Brown searches related to the Northern or Southern Rhone valleys in France. That is likely in part due merely to the fact that the name “Travis” is often thought to be derived from native American/French Canadian roots (like travois). In any event, for those looking for great wines on this blog, I often refer you, again, to the South of France.