Adam Stacey, Overflow Taps COO
Two locations. One business raising money, pint by pint, to bring water to those that need it. Nelson teamed up with his business partners Adam Stacey and Josh Libolt to start Overflow Taps. He says that Overflow Taps wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for Stacey and their discussions over pints and darts at the Copper Hog.
Stacey is the Co-Owner, COO, CFO and “just about everything else”, according to Nelson. Jesse says he learned something very important from Aslan CEO Jack Lamb a while back that was instrumental to him developing a positive and effective business structure.
Jack Lamb, CEO at Aslan Brewing, once told me that one of his main responsibilities was to ensure all the cogs within the brewery were moving.
Sticking with that metaphor, Adam is actively working within and responsible for most of the critical cogs at Overflow. While his main responsibility is ultimately operations, his strengths are in just about everything.
The other owner is Libolt, who is Nelson’s brother-in-law. Libolt and Stacey have been friends for a very long time.