A good media campaign proved quite successful for our Eau Claire screening at the Downtown Micon Cinema on January 9th 2016. Turns out they also loved the film, which is a testament to good art and cinema, and to Eau Claire’s love of both. We had a blast at the meet & greet handing out … Continue reading
Had a lot of fun being on WEAU Channel 13 news last week with Judy Clark. Fun interview, especially considering that I’ve been watching that channel since I was a child, so it felt so incredibly odd to be on the station my friends and family would be watching by default (and many of them … Continue reading
Things went quite well for our return to Cameron “Hometown” showing of the film. My best count was about 140 plus in attendance. Not bad for a small town in the Northwoods. People really enjoyed the film while snacking on Ellsworth cheese curds, Nuseke’s amazing bacon, Cheese Brothers cheese, and more. We’d also like … Continue reading
Thanks to the Cameron Chronicle for giving us some attention for the film and the upcoming screening in Cameron. It’s a fun little read. * * * * * *
Coincidental, though also seeming ironic, that I went to Camp Randall Stadium to watch Favre for the charity flag football event only to find out the Madison Fire House No 4 is across the street from the stadium. Had a great time there with Saint Vince, The Owner, and Cheese Louise, and a lot of … Continue reading
We never have a shortage of participation when it comes to doing some good for others in need. That’s the Cheesehead Way… via Over 4,000 take part in 26th annual Vince Lombardi Cancer Walk | FOX6Now.com.
There’s nothing new to add that you can’t get anywhere else, so here are some cool pictures from the Green Bay Packers Google plus page, one that I hadn’t checked out prior to today. It’s a neat and slightly different way to get your Packers fix. A little less digging and searching than other Packers … Continue reading
While it was a bummer loss (for the third year in a row) at the Rose Bowl, Cheesehead Nation still had a great deal of fun per usual. One major note of interest is that our buddy Steve (famous for his “Eat Cheese Or Die” poster at the Rose Bowl) got onto ESPN at the … Continue reading