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On this week's edition of Decision Makers, Bray travels to the Boy Scout National Jamboree.  He speaks with federal judge Jack Kaull about the Boy Scouts and his involvement in the Jamboree.

Bray sits down with Russ Hunsaker, the man in charge of the Summit Center for the Jamboree.  Hunsaker tells Bray about the variety of activities available to the Boy Scouts at the Jamboree.

Deputy Chairman of the Jamboree, Scott Beckett, tells Bray about what went into planning and executing the Boy Scout Jamboree and their plans for the future.

Scott Beckett tells Bray about how he became involved in the Boy Scouts.  He also talks about how the plan to preserve the Jamboree site and plans for improvements.

Bray talks to Erik Musgrave, a Boy Scout from Parkersburg, about his experience at this year's Jamboree. 

Senior Vice President of IMG talks with Bray about their recent partnership with West Virginia University on third tier rights.