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Announcement: Introducing the Fresh New Branding for "Treatment Room Secrets" Podcast by Niel Asher Education

We're thrilled to announce the launch of our brand-new logo for the "Treatment Room Secrets" (TRS) Podcast! This bold rebranding not only captures the essence of our podcast but also showcases the dynamic spirit of our host, Dani Marks.

Our new logo, enriched with striking imagery of TRS host Dani Marks, has been meticulously designed with a custom font to give it a distinct and memorable touch. We're immensely grateful to the digital maestros at BabaChooChoo who've brought our vision to life with their exceptional branding expertise.

But this isn't just our team's vision. We owe a massive thank you to our incredible community. With over 1500 of you participating in our social media poll, your collective voices helped finalize the design from three impressive alternatives. It's truly a logo chosen by the people, for the people.

For those new to our podcast, "Treatment Room Secrets" is spearheaded by the talented Dani Marks, a former college and professional soccer player, and NAT producer. As he journeys from city to city, Dani engages in profound conversations with inspirational figures from the vast universe of sports and healthcare. These stories, insights, and secrets are not just conversations; they're experiences waiting to be shared.

Find us and our fresh new branding across all major podcast platforms or dive deep into our episodes directly from our website at www.nielasher.com/podcast.

Thank you for being a part of our journey, and we look forward to sharing many more secrets from the treatment room with you!

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