Dr. Tony Martin of Martin Dental explains the importance of National Children’s Dental Health Month and starting healthy dental habits with children at an early age on WEAU’s Hello Wisconsin newscast.
Sue Abboud of Grace Lutheran Communities shared details about the upcoming Enchanted Evening fundraiser with WEAU 13 News viewers. Sarah Stokes and Chris Herzog will be emcees at the event.
Draganetti’s co-owner Claudia Draganowski showed the ladies on WEAU’s Hello Wisconsin newscast how to toss pizza dough in honor of National Pizza Day.
Jean McIlquham from Autumn Harvest Winery and Orchard showed viewers how to make wine heart gummies for Valentine’s Day on WEAU’s Hello Wisconsin newscast.
Social media expert and #SocialSchool4EDU CEO Andrea Gribble discusses her book “The Von Awesome Family in a Digital Daze” and how she balances the use of technology in her life with the Woodbury Bulletin. As seen in the Woodbury Bulletin: Seven-year-old Zoey’s family members are more interested in their digital devices than in playing basketball
C&M Home Builders and Real Estate owner Molly Filipczak talks home building and decor in the January issue of Queen of the Castle Magazine. The heart of the home How an award-winning home builder merges class and comfort (As seen in Queen of the Castle Magazine) When you walk into Molly Filipczak’s home, you feel
Andrea Gribble of #SocialSchool4EDU shares some tips on helping children, and adults, fight the “Digital Daze” and find a balance with their devices and technology. As seen on WEAU.
Owners Chris Herzog and Sarah Stokes have announced two new employees have been hired as Stokes+HERZOG continues to expand. Amber Bradford has been named Senior Graphic Designer for the company. Bradford comes most recently from Rucker M.D. Plastic Surgery Clinic/Enza Medispa where she worked as a graphic designer/marketing representative. Before that Bradford was a merchandising
Stokes+HERZOG is a sponsor of a new initiative called Ignite Wisconsin, an effort designed to help prospective entrepreneurs in Wisconsin move from a place where they dream about owning a business to a place where they take active steps to make it happen. Ignite Wisconsin helps people turn entrepreneurial dreams into action by providing encouragement, inspiration and
Since I was in high school, I’ve been an employee. I’ve worked the gamut, every time someone said, “You’re Hired!” I learned something. My first position was at the local McDonalds flipping burgers and dunking fries into the oil bath that created the world’s most famous French fries. It was a fun job, but all