The local rotary club has partnered with a group in Guatemala to replace wood stoves found in most homes and businesses, with environmentally friendly vented stoves. Not only does this provide for better quality indoor air, improving the overall health of it's users, it also minimizes the amount of wood that is used, preserving a valuable natural resource. Rotarians, their families and friends of all ages, have traveled to Guatemala to assist in the assembly of these affordable stoves. Plates commemorating the individual stoves are donated as part of the effort.
When Stone Tap, a craft beer bar and restaurant in downtown Hudson, lost their outdoor sign in a wind storm, they turned to Engravers Connection for a new one. Engravers Connection was able to provide a printed sign. They also worked with a metal expert to design and build the structure that would hold the sign and allow it to hang permanently outside the business.
When Scott Andrzejczak and his wife started 65 Vines, located in Roberts, Wisconsin, they wanted to do something to promote their business and acknowledge their customers. They decide to start an adapt-a-vine program in which customers could buy a vine. The customer was rewarded with a customized sign that identified the individual vine and the customer.