Posts Tagged "Stihl"

Adding Local to an Event That Changes Location Every Year

Adding Local to an Event That Changes Location Every Year

Last week marked the 20th annual STIHL Tour des Trees ride for research to benefit the TREE Fund. The Tour, sponsored by STIHL Inc., raised money and awareness for tree research. Starting in Portland, Ore. on August 5, more than 100 cyclists participated in the week-long, 585-mile ride, cycling along Oregon’s coastline, vineyards and high desert.

Guest Blog Post: “Thoughts on Local Branding”

Guest Blog Post: “Thoughts on Local Branding”

I’m a copywriter. This has nothing to do with copyright (of intellectual property and whatnot); I write copy, mostly for businesses – verbiage for websites, taglines for advertising, articles for newsletters, blogs, blurbs, tweets, bios, press releases and a lot more.

It’s the Little Things that Matter

It’s the Little Things that Matter

When Zack Kline was in the 6th grade, he was instructed to cut the family’s grass. A task that most kids dread, Zack quite enjoyed. He continued to take care of the family’s lawn and in 2007, the summer he graduated from high school, he began working for a small landscaping company.

One-Stop Shop for Connoisseurs and Gardeners

From the time they were little, brothers Jim, Les and Paul Begick have been fascinated with gardening and landscaping. Upon graduation from Michigan State University (MSU) with a degree in landscape architecture, Jim opened Begick Nursery with his older brother, Les. The brotherly trio was completed in 1960, a decade later, when Paul joined the family business after also graduating from MSU and a short stint in the Army.

Sell through local stores, STIHL exec says

With a quiet wit and plenty of stories and statistics, Fred Whyte, president of Stihl Inc., invited business students at Montana State University Billings Wednesday to ignore conventional business advice. Read more…

Independent We Stand
Independent We Stand Independent We Stand