How does a family business survive for 100 years? That’s what we explore with Tyler Kluck of Kluck Nursery, just outside of Saginaw. Most they deal with commercial contracts. But every Christmas, over 5,500 people decorate their homes with Kluck Christmas Trees. In this episode, we talk about what it’s like to assume the mantle […]
The Beautiful Temple Theater in Saginaw was minutes away from being crushed into oblivion. In this episode, Thor Rasmussen talks about the passion one man had to not only save this beautiful building but to restore it to it’s previous glory. And how does this small venue compete with much larger venues in the area? […]
You could say that the odds were stacked against Terry. Being born with dyslexia, dropping out of high school, never learning to read and write. Yet he learned that his dyslexia was a gift and he harnessed it to start the Duperon Corporation. With his daughter and partner, Tammy, the company has grown 25% year […]
The Saginaw County Castle Museum is not only a showcase of Mid-Michigan’s history but also a recorder of it. Jonathan Webb shares the history of this incredible Museum and the history that it has captured.
Running the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau for a city is a daunting task. But for three counties? That’s the challenge Annette Rummel faced when she accepted the position as CEO of the Great Lakes CVB. As the CEO of the Great Lakes Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, shares with us lessons she’s learned regarding leadership through […]
Craig Goslin, President and Managing Partner of the Saginaw Spirit Hockey Club, talks with us about creating a winning team, culture and ego, and what it was like to shut down an entire league due to Covid-19.