Nate is the host of Nate’s Take.
Nate is no stranger of taking risks and trying new things; something he promotes often on the show. As writer of the former leeib blog, Nate wrote over six-hundred posts with a focus on life and all things in between. He had over 1,500 followers and was able to raise over five thousand dollars in just over five years to donate to causes such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the Make a Wish Foundation, New Life Animal Rescue, the American Red Cross, and others. Nate was also a participant each year in the Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off which helps to raise money for kids and families fighting the battle against pediatric cancer.
Nate started the Nate’s Take Podcast in November of 2015 out of his love and passion for sports. He is a former sport’s talk radio host and a one-time play-by-play announcer for high school football. He’s also an avid New England Sports fan.
In 2016, Nate expanded his self-created host network, The LEEIB Sports Network to full-time internet radio. The station, also named The LEEIB Sports Network (LSN) streamed 24 hours a day/7 days a week at leeibsports.com. The station was also carried by Tune-In Radio. Nate's Take aired weekdays at 12 Noon est. and weekends at 8pm est. The network also carried eight other shows. In May of 2018, Nate closed down the network for personal reasons. In November of 2019, Nate announced that the network would return in 2020 with a new studio for Nate's Take. In late December 2019, the network was put back on the air as a two stream network.
Nate plans to continue his efforts to donate money to various causes in the community through the modified Nathan's Team program. In August of 2016, Nate created the Nate’s Take ‘Card of the Day’ segment which is a segment dedicated to an assortment of sports cards and collectibles that Nate discusses on the show. He then takes the total value from those cards and donates that total to the Make A Wish Foundation of Vermont.
You can listen to the Nate’s Take podcast on LSN, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, iTunes, Tune-In Radio, and Blubrry and on all apple devices you can download the Nate’s Take podcast on the podcast app that comes standard with every device.