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‘Huddle Up’: Gus Frerotte talks with Harmar-based NEP Group CEO Kevin Rabbitt

Kevin Rabbitt’s company, Harmar-based NEP Group, is behind the scenes of many sporting events you watch.

Rabbitt, an Overland Park, Kan., native, is chairman and CEO of NEP Group, a worldwide outsourced technical production partner that supports producers for live sports and entertainment.

He joined Gus Frerotte and Dave Hager in the “Huddle Up with Gus” podcast to discuss what it was like growing up in Kansas, his love of sports and the foundation for him becoming a captain and point guard for the Rice men’s basketball team.

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Coming Tuesday: Part 2 with Kevin Rabbitt


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