Small Town, Big Deal

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“Small Town, Big Deal” follows hosts Rodney Miller and Jann Carl across the country as they scour rural America for the best stories of faith, hope, patriotism, and good common sense that our small towns and farming communities have to offer.

Miller and Carl call the show their “love letter” to America, finding stories that “fill them up with pride, give them hope, make them laugh and remind them that national treasures are often found where we least expect them.” READ MORE

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