Mobile Compatible Projects
Tanners Grill and Bar
For 25 years Billings Construction has been providing professional, high-quality home renovations, new construction and land development to Northeast Wisconsin.
Yellow Socks Hair Salon
For more than 20 years, Yellow Socks Hair Salon has been offering cuts, styles, hair coloring, perms and more. It is Located in the Astor East Neighborhood of Green Bay, Wisconsin near St. Vincent and Bellin Hospitals.
After retiring in 2008, Terry spends his days traveling the world recording his adventures through his beautiful photography. His website allows him to share his experience with his friends, family and others.
Suits Me Swimwear
Suits Me Swimwear makes a unique wrap around style bathing suit which they dubbed the diet-proof swimsuit. Comprised of basically two triangles of fabric you tie it onto your body and it fits any body size or shape.
Danny Jerabek and his wife, Michelle (Thull) Jerabek both started performing with their family on stage at an early age. Once in their teens, they crossed paths again and eventually realized they were meant to be together. They started writing songs and formed a band and the rest is history.
For over 14 years the band has been pushing to keep this band on the road with the help of family, friends and fans. Copper Box has performed small, intimate shows to large, main stage festivals nationwide.
Mill Creek Bar
This large downtown bar spans three levels,and the upstairs loft doubles as a stage whenever bands play. Known for being downtown's top venue, Mill Creek is decorated with blues and rock-n-roll memorabilia, including posters of Howling Wolf, BB King, and John Lee Hooker. A dozen or so autographed instruments find a place as well. Great beer specials and the downstairs game room ensure that the place is busy even on nights when nobody's performing.
Grace Lutheran Church
Grace Lutheran Church has been a landmark of downtown Green Bay for over 100 years. On December 18, 1908, 19 men and women gathered in a small, drafty, weather-beaten, wooden church on the corner of Madison and Moravian Streets and with the assistance of Reverend Paul F. Hein, the Executive Officer for the Home Mission Board of the Joint Synod of Ohio and Other States, drafted a temporary constitution to create Grace Lutheran Church.
Today the church still stands where it had been founded, in 1915. Grace is involved with many outreach programs within the community and through the ELCA.