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Join us in this podcast episode as we explore the magic of the upcoming total solar eclipse with expert Emily Bingham. Get the lowdown on why this specific eclipse is so unique and exceptional, and discover what you need to do to experience its enchanting beauty safely. We discuss the reasons behind this eclipse's appeal, such as its occurrence dur…
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In this episode of the "At Home with Eastbrook Homes" podcast, industry expert, Stacy Vis, shares in-depth insights on the early onset of the spring housing market. Stacy discusses the impact of weather on housing prices, the solution to low inventory, enhancing current portfolio offerings, and advice on preparing to enter the current market. The m…
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In this compelling episode of our podcast, we had the pleasure of conversing with Dana Walker, Director of the Michigan Downtown Association. Our discussion centered on the science and art of building and nurturing a thriving downtown community. Drawing on her extensive experience, Dana shared valuable insights into the workings of the Michigan Dow…
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In the latest episode of 'At Home with Eastbrook Homes,' Josh McGraw provides an insightful reflection on their fruitful accomplishment in 2023, despite the end-year uncertainties. He lauds the resilience and determination of the Eastbrook Homes team, who succeeded in maintaining a positive stride throughout the year. Providing a forecasting glimps…
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Today's episode of Michigan's Best podcast highlights the remarkable journey of Jared Gadbaw, renowned Executive Chef, and Owner of Oak and Reel. Hailing from Garden City, Michigan’s humble avenues, Gadbaw made his way to the esteemed kitchens of New York, crediting his success to unswerving dedication and fervor for culinary arts. His childhood ex…
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On this episode, Eric Hultgren sits down with Rob Bell to talk about his latest book which is a science fiction book called "Where'd You Park Your Spaceship." Rob and Eric talk about collecting toys, the creative process, the elimination of rules for creation and bread.저자 MLive MI Best
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In this episode, Skot Welch talks about his new book Unfractured which talks about how together we can change the conversation--and change the world. We're often left in dead-end debates on racial tensions, foolishly expecting solutions from a culture obsessed with canceling and dividing. But what if the church could create a more effective dialogu…
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In this episode, Eric Hultgren talks with Brian Peterson-Roest from Bees in the D about Cicada Killers, what bees do in the winter and how that relates to Seth Godin and their amazing bourbon drop coming up this week with Detroit City Distillery.저자 MLive MI Best
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Today on At Home with Eastbrook Homes we talk with Jeff Costello; talking through the realities of the housing market in West Michigan versus nationwide and why the Eastbrook Homes approach (helping people find or build their dream, custom, affordable home in a 'suits you to a tee' community) has helped create a nimble and successful business.…
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On today's episode Eric talks Suz Schalon, executive director of the Silver Beach Carousel Foundation, to learn more about the the magical 'St. Joe' carousel. How it began, and how it's going now (spoiler alert, it's enclosed now, so autumn rides are not out of the question)저자 MLive MI Best
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Tips for decorating your home for summer, with Molly Fazakerley. Molly works at LMCU but her passion is decorating homes inside and out, which is how she came to choose Eastbrook Homes for her family's home. Being able to customize her own design touches throughout the build process was a must-have and made the home buy and build process fun.…
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We sat down with Mary Beth Kiczenski professional photographer and Great Lakes based adventurer who is currently serving as an ambassador for the Michigan State Park system, to ask about some of the best spots along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore to catch the Northern Lights and perhaps some tips on getting the best shot possible.…
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Let's head down to southwest Michigan to talk about the Makers Trail Festival on June 10th for Southwest Michigan’s premier wine, beer, cider and spirit makers all in one place. This is the perfect chance for you and your friends to try new drinks or stick with your go-to favorites.저자 MLive MI Best
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Dr. Marcus Collins is an award-winning marketer and cultural translator with one foot in the world of practice—serving as the Chief Strategy Officer at Wieden+Kennedy New York—and one foot in the world of academia—as a marketing professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. His new book is out today and as a proud Michigan resid…
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Since the mid-80's Wattsson & Wattsson Jewelers has had a 100ft mining museum, IN THEIR STORE! So not only can you have a custom statement piece built in-house, but also learn about local mining and gemological history, while supporting a decades-old local business. Check out our interview with Chris Wattsson to learn more.…
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5 professionally curated collections to enhance your home build and easy one-and-done decision-making. Today on this episode of At Home with Eastbrook Homes, we talk to Ann Wierengo, Senior Director of the Home Creation Studio at Eastbrook Homes.저자 MLive MI Best
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Today we visit the Meauwataka General Store to talk to Pam Sandy, new-ish owner, to find out how you go from the 'bottom of the state' to owning a general store that offers a little bit of everything. And that everything includes 'meal deals' 7 days a week, a variety of smoked meats, and a continually expanding set of offerings. A little store Atop…
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Today we talk to Dan Nadeau and Bill Thompson, to learn more about two of the things that help make Munising a Winter Playground - Ice Fest and Snowmobiling. Ice Fest 2023, runs from February 8-12. With presentations, experts, and gear, the 31st year of this ice climbing celebration continues to amaze. Set among the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshor…
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In our continuing series with the Michigan Retailers Association, we talk to Jordan Ritter from Hilbert's Honey Co. Operating out of Traverse City, MI for over 135 years, Hilbert's Honey has about 250 pollination locations, mostly in northern Michigan. We talk about scaling a 'niche service-product' into a larger-scale local operation and the impor…
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As a consumer, how can you save money, on expert-evaluated products offered at the best prices? Today we talk with Consumers Energy’s Shannon Morrow about just how Consumers Energy can help with its online store, offering customers items that can help save money on energy use.저자 MLive MI Best
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Fresh off their pumpkin crawl, a few days into November, and with holiday songs on the radio, our talk turns to the upcoming holiday season. We sit down with the Ada Business Association and Downtown Development Authority, discussing all the events and holiday shopping that is, and will be, happening in the Ada area, the efforts over the last few y…
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Today, on At Home with Eastbrook Homes, we talk to Kids Food Basket's Bridget Clark Whitney, CEO. Kids Food Basket is all about making sure kids and families in Kent, Allegan, Muskegon and Ottawa counties heave easy access to nutritious food and education throughout the year. We talk through their farms, the nearly 10,000 kids they serve, and how t…
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Today we're talking to Jeff Joyce of Mieras Shoes. We discuss how their customer-first approach helped them thrive during the pandemic years; how they've stayed nimble through over 100 years of family ownership and operation; and what impact the MRA has had on their business and outlook.저자 MLive MI Best
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Today we talk to Consumers Energy’s Emily McGraw - watch/listen to our discussion to find out how Consumers Energy is working to ensure they can meet needs during high demand (ahem, the dog days of summer), their energy efficiency program and tools, and the simple things users can do to help lower their energy consumption which helps lower bills.…
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Today we're talking to Bill Golden, Co-President of Golden Shoes and Vice-Chair of the MRA board. A family business since its start in 1954, Golden Shoes has seen three generations of Goldens and myriad changes in Traverse City. Their customer-centered focus means they have lifelong customers from all over - even going so far as to build a trip to …
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Today we talk to Jerry Price and Bryan Joseph about the Lake Breeze Music Festival, taking place Saturday, August 20 in St. Joe. We learn how a their time working on the Senior PGA led to a great friendship and a desire to keep the music going, especially highlighting regional artists.저자 MLive MI Best
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Today we talk to Nate Carver, Consumers Energy's Director of Project Management for Commercial and Industrial Businesses and Jill Diliberti from the Genesee County Intermediate School District. Since 2009 Consumers Energy Energy Efficiency programs has been helping businesses save billions of dollars - because they know that using less energy or ch…
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Today we talk to 'My Casual Mom', Brooke Cummings all about her building a new home journey with Eastbrook Homes. Though building felt like it would be overwhelming, they learned that for their life, remodeling and trying to buy an existing home were both too big undertakings. Eastbrook Homes made building a new home so easy, quick and customized t…
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Today we talk to Bo Brines of Little Forks Outfitters owner and MRA board chair. He walks us through how a 'hometown Midland boy' with a passion for music came to start a store specializing in fishing (fly fishing, 'hard core trout' fishing, and more) and general outdoor needs.저자 MLive MI Best
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Today we talk with Wendy Traschen, Tournament Director for the Great Lakes Bay Dow Invitational - we dive into how one event drives major impact on the 4 counties in the great lakes bay area; over 12 million dollars of economic impact in 2021 alone. The invitational runs July 10-16 this year, and is unique as a team-play event. This year features 7…
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Today we talk to Kathy Morin from the Cadillac CVB. The Cadillac CVB is a recipient of the Michigan Retailers Association's Buy Nearby Grant, and are excited to start using those funds to increase awareness and attendance to their Thursday night Upbeat Cadillac summer concert series, Cadillac After Hours Market, and the ongoing downtown Social Dist…
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Today we talk to Consumers Energy's Executive Director Customer Operations, Brian Lewis, about how Consumers Energy can help Michiganders to use less energy to do the same amount of work, and how this can even lower energy costs while also helping to safeguard some of Michigan's unique natural resources.…
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Today we talk to Melissa and her student team at Alpena High School's The Campus Closet - a store within the school that has built up from a 'dreary closet' selling basic school supplies, to a fully functional retail establishment within a school. The students who manage and work at The Campus Closet are given the chance to take learnings from the …
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On today’s episode of At Home with Eastbrook Homes, we talk with Joe Sambaer, VP and Senior Mortgage Banker at Dart Bank. We talk through the differences between the purchase market for existing homes versus new construction homes, how we got to this point in the real estate market and what are mortgage rates doing right now.…
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