Many fair weather motorcyclist in the Northland say that it's just "now" getting comfortable to ride (mid-June through mid Sept). However, there's a company in Duluth, MN that can extend that time frame and keep your body much safer if you were to have an accident on two wheels. We'll take you on the three floors of this amazing factory that ships world wide.
I've noticed that every new season the Duluth Huskies plans something new and exciting. This year they came up with an organic idea that will hit two groups of people and may open up a new world for both.
Upper Lakes Foods in Cloquet is celebrating their 50th anniversary of business and after meeting with the family and getting a tour of the facility I wondered how many people know the thought that actually goes into what they do to ensure the utmost freshest and timely delivery of food. It’s interesting to find out the timelines they have when food arrives and is stored to when it is placed on the
Oh yes I did and I was thrilled! My family has been going to Gordy's Hi-Hat since the day I was born, literally. I was born at the Cloquet Hospital which is blocks from Gordy's Hi-Hat. My father got tired of waiting for my arrival and left for lunch. While he was AT Gordy's I was born and they had to call him back. Gordy's has countless fans because they know exactly what they're getting when
I sit on the board of the Northern Lights Foundation and was recently asked to appear in an in-house video for United Piping Inc. to talk about their involvement with our organization. I was excited when I received a call to also narrate the video and others and thought you'd like to see how that works so the next time you're listening to a narrated video you can picture this.
I'm swimming in giveaways this morning. We're blowing out FMX World Tour Motorcross tickets, High Stakes Boxing Tickets, our Valentine's Day Contest, and a bunch more! To top it off, Cathy usually handles the giveaways, but she's got the day off. So it looks like a tornado went through here!
I've been a big fan of Randy Houser since the first time I saw him play about 6 years ago at Grandma's Sports Garden. I remember thinking about how this guy has some real talent and will be a super star soon. Well, now he is and he's playing to packed audiences all over the country. He talks about how it feels to go from sitting on a bar stool playing to now watching his crew set up his stage.
I see the pictures of the stars in their clothes, looking great, talking to the press. I know there is a lot of prep that goes into making the whole staging area, but I had no idea it took this long and how much set up there is.