My first year at Western Michigan in 1996, the football team won two games. To encourage students to show up to games they even gave out free pizza. Let’s just say that even with that offer I didn’t have to share the pizza with too many people.

20 years later and WMU had a perfect regular season (13-0) and played in the Cotton Bowl against a very good Wisconsin team. This was definitely a season to make any alumni proud.

We were so pumped up about Western’s football season that I even helped my son 3D print a WMU ‘W’ cookie cutter for my wife this Christmas.

Row The Boat 🙂

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$10 Flat Rate Shipping For Cyber Monday!

by admin on November 28, 2016

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Today, November 28th, 2016, you can ship our gift baskets and boxes anywhere in the United States for only $10!

Load up your online shopping cart and if you are sending gifts to more than one address make sure you click the checkout link that says “Checkout With Multiple Addresses” so you can add the addresses and gift card messages for each recipient.

When checking out, simply select the “Flat Rate Cyber Monday” option for $10 shipping.

Remember, you can order today and choose a delivery date closer to Christmas.

Take advantage of our $10 Flat Rate Shipping today!

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Michigan And Again – The Accidentals

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“Michigan And Again” might just be my song for this summer. Take a listen to the breezy instrumentals and wistful lyrics, close your eyes, picture a myriad of Michigan’s sights and sounds, and feel the longing of home if Michigan is where you hang your hat. The Accidentals might just be on the brink of […]

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Detroit Soul, The New Pure Michigan Ad For Detroit

April 11, 2016

I am a sucker for the Pure Michigan commercials as evidenced here, here, and here. I’ve also enjoyed their previous Detroit-centric ads, Downtown Detroit and the Greater Detroit Area. Love it! What do you think? There are also these gems about Detroit: Story of Detroit We Are Open Reasons to Visit Detroit

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Fall Colors in Michigan Are Changing – Slowly

October 8, 2015

Take a look at the fall color in Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula: Here at Keweenaw National Historical Park we love fall! One of our rangers drove up Brockway Mountain yesterday and the clear skies let her see all the way to Isle Royale National Park! #keweenawnps #puremichigan #fallcolors A photo posted by Keweenaw NHP (@keweenawnps) on […]

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A contrast in Detroit women circa early 1900s

January 23, 2015

I was browsing through online photograph archives of old photographs from Detroit and came across these two contrasting images of women in Detroit from a relatively similar time period of the early 1900s. These hard working ladies are shown in the welding department of the Lincoln Motor Company around 1914-1918. Obviously, this was during World […]

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2015 Michigan Notable Books

January 19, 2015

The library of Michigan’s 2015 list of 20 books that “bring attention to Michigan authors and topics” has been released. Each year the MNB list features 20 books, published the previous calendar year, which are about or set in Michigan or the Great Lakes region, or are written by a Michigan author. Selections include nonfiction […]

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Fall color update and things to do this fall in Michigan

September 16, 2014

Fall officially begins one week from today (on September 23rd), but the past few nights/mornings have felt very much like fall here in southwest Michigan. Northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula have been experiencing cooler weather as well and the trees are beginning to show some color. Down here, I’ve noticed a smattering of color […]

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Samples of Company Logos on Our Gift Baskets

May 19, 2014

I would like to showcase some of the recent work we have done with adding company logos to our gift baskets and gift boxes. A basic black-only adhesive label can be added to our gift baskets and gift boxes at no charge when ordering 20 or more. We can do color logos for a small […]

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Copper Country: A Unique Board Game Set in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

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Ah, that headline doesn’t really do this game justice. Copper Country is an incredible looking board game set in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, well the Keewenaw Peninsula to be precise. The game is designed by two Yoopers, David Lankton and Scott Diehl. The year is 1840 and America’s first mining boom is about to change Michigan’s […]

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