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Spencer Erickson

Episode 05: Son of Erik Design

Posted: November 15, 2018 at 5:00 am   /   Design, Editor's Choice, Featured

 Personal Touch Design Son of Erik may have been a funny nickname for Spencer Erickson but it became much more than that after he named his business after it. Spencer said, “I specialize in helping small businesses with big branding. I give them the tools..so they can have a really killer brand in their […]

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Episode 04: Garden Gate Nursery

Posted: November 8, 2018 at 8:05 am   /   Editor's Choice, Featured

 Rigby Staple Garden Gate Nursery has been a staple of Rigby, Idaho since 1968. Twenty-two years ago Gary and Prudy Gneiting bought it and just this spring they sold the business to their son and his wife Alan and Krista Gneiting. Gary said when they first purchased it that they put a roof on […]

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Episode 03: The Venue Studios

Posted: October 18, 2018 at 3:37 pm   /   Design, Editor's Choice, Featured

Vision for Business As Nicole Klingler was growing up, she was surrounded by creativity. She started dancing at age 3 and hasn’t stopped since. That vision and drive was what drew her to an old building in downtown Rigby. When Nicole was first shown the current space where The Venue is she knew it had […]

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Episode 02: Designed Living

Posted: October 16, 2018 at 12:59 am   /   Design, Editor's Choice

Natural Fit Philip Jenkins is the first to tell you that you don’t want to be inside his head. “The thing about my head, I don’t know how to describe it, you’ve seen in movies or TV…savants, things start spinning in their heads. I’m like that, I walk into a room and immediately focus in […]

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Episode 01: Oswald Service and Repair

Posted: October 8, 2018 at 8:40 pm   /   Editor's Choice, Featured, Sponsored

Strong Beginnings When Kevin Oswald thinks back on his childhood it always includes memories of automotive service. He remembers working with his dad when he was around 8 years old and being the one who cleaned the oil off of the shelves. “The cans were made of cardboard then and they would weep [oil], so […]

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