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Marstel-Day

Marstel-Day, LLC is a natural resource and environmental consulting firm that provides management, planning, and analytical services to clients in the United States and abroad. Headquartered in Fredericksburg, VA, Marstel-Day operates in location ...

Zero Gravity Corporation

Zero Gravity Corporation is an American company based in Arlington, Virginia, formerly of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which operates weightless flights from United States airports. Unlike NASA, ZERO-G is governed under Part 121 of FAA regulations e ...

Algoma Foundry and Machine Company

The Algoma Foundry and Machine Company of Algoma, Wisconsin began its corporate existence in 1883 as a regional manufacturer of horse-drawn farm machinery. However, in 1920 the company started making the "OK" silo filler or stationary ensilage ha ...

Amherst Telephone Company

Amherst Telephone Company, also known as Amherst Communications, is a provider of Internet, telephone and television in Portage County, Wisconsin, United States and neighboring areas. For over 100 years it has been a part of this small Midwestern ...

Carver Yachts

Carver is a yacht builder located in Pulaski, Wisconsin in the United States and a "recognized leader in the luxury motoryacht market". Their models range from 34 feet to 52 feet with a portfolio of 7 models Carver 34 coupe on the bridge C52. The ...

Conrad Schmitt Studios

Conrad Schmitt Studios is an architectural arts studio located in New Berlin, Wisconsin. It provides ecclesiastical art, stained glass artistry, art glass, decorative painting, mosaics, murals and sculptural arts. The studio specializes in restor ...

Fox River Valley Ethanol

Fox River Valley Ethanol is a privately owned ethanol fuel plant located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Opened in the spring of 2003 by Utica Energy, the plant produces 52 million gallons of corn based fuel-grade ethanol yearly. Aside from ethanol, Fox R ...

Kaytee

Nicholas W. Knauf and Peter Juckem founded a grain elevator on East Main Street in Chilton in 1866. William N. Knauf at age 19 became co owner with Frank Tesch K & T when Nicholas W. Knauf died. They took the company name from their initials. The ...

Michels Corporation

Michels Corporation is an international utility and infrastructure contractor based in Brownsville, Wisconsin. With more than 8.500 employees and more than 40 permanent offices and yards from coast to coast, Michels is the largest construction co ...

Plastic Ingenuity

Plastic Ingenuity has made various efforts to go green by providing renewable resource packaging as an option to petroleum based products. Other materials include PLA, PSM, and wood pulp. The Department of natural resources Wisconsin has recogniz ...

Rhinelander Brewing Company

The original company was founded in 1882 by Otto Hilgermann and Henry Danner. The original brewery was located on Ocala Street in Rhinelander, next to the Pelican River. Although the brewery burned down in 1897, it was subsequently rebuilt. Durin ...

SASid- insurance development

SASid Insurance Development is a privately held insurance company that operates out of Janesville, Wisconsin, United States. The company is a member of the Better Business Bureau. Inc 5000 ranked SASid No. 1530 in the 2008 list "Fastest growing p ...

Skyward

Skyward is a software company specializing in K–12 school management and municipality management technologies, including Student Management, Human Resources, and Financial Management. Skyward is partnered with more than 1.900 school districts and ...

Tommy Bartlett Exploratory

The Tommy Bartlett Exploratory is an attraction in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin with over 150 interactive science displays. It is the sister attraction to the long-running Tommy Bartletts Thrill Show. When it opened in 1982, it was called Tommy Bar ...

Total Sports Entertainment

TSE Services is a sports entertainment and game software company. TSE offers sports franchise consulting, A/V production and equipment integration, and game operations and sponsorship sales systems management software. TSEs equipment division pro ...

Waukesha Beach Railway

The Waukesha Beach Railway was built by C. E. Loss & Company of Chicago. It was formally opened on 25 June 1895. Waukesha is 20 miles 32 km West of Milwaukee and became a national reputation for its mineral springs in the late 19th century, and h ...

Firehole Composites

Firehole Composites is a supplier of computer-aided engineering software and consulting services specializing in analysis of composite materials. Founded in 2000, the companys mission is to provide enabling technologies to further the widespread ...

Mesa Natural Gas Solutions

Mesa Natural Gas Solutions is a company based in Casper, Wyoming. Mesa specializes in natural gas or liquid propane powered mobile generators. Most Mesa Generators are currently used in oil and gas applications.

The K-Otics

Founded by Joe Torrillo and Mike Johnson, the band solidified with Tommy Mann lead singer and Ray Goss bass & vocals from Tallassee, Alabama, and Marvin Taylor lead guitar and vocals and Kim Venable drums from Tuskegee, Alabama, and began to make ...

Shallow Side

Shallow Side is a rock band from Cullman, Alabama. Their song Can You Hear Me peaked at #34 on the US Billboard chart in May, 2017. The band spent 2018 on the Resurrection Tour with Puddle of Mudd, Saliva, Tantric, and The Veer Union.

The Sunshine Factory

The Sunshine Factory is a three-member shoegaze/noise pop/psychedelic rock band from Mobile, Alabama currently consisting of Ian Taylor, Sally Robertson, and Clay Bates. The group has two albums to their credit: Vintage Revolution and Sugar. Sunl ...

Wild Sweet Orange

Wild Sweet Orange was an American indie rock band from Homewood, Alabama. In early 2008 their song "Land of No Return" was featured on Greys Anatomy. The band performed the song "Ten Dead Dogs" live on the Late Show with David Letterman on June 2 ...

XBXRX

XBXRX is an American rock band formed in 1998 in Mobile, Alabama, United States. Their early sound was new wave-influenced, but is now more improvised and deconstructed, moving away from using the synthesizers that typify new wave. They are a col ...

Bearfoot (American band)

Bearfoot is a post-bluegrass band that started in Alaska in 1999 as Bearfoot Bluegrass. The original all-Alaskan band competed in and won the 26th annual Telluride Bluegrass band contest in 2001, and returned the following year to perform in the ...

Shotstar

Inspired by 60s classic rock as well as the power pop of the 70s and 90s, singer/guitarist Andrew Taillole and bassist/singer Tobin Watkinson began writing and recording songs together in 2000. The band would later add Drummer Daniel Boutin and g ...

Tickertape Parade (band)

Tickertape Parade was formed in June 2002 after Aaron Wendt recorded a few demos, and then recruited his friend Jesse Everhart to play guitar. The band would thereafter be completed when Sean McCall joined on drums and Topher on bass and Dan Harg ...

Audio Karate

Audio Karate signed to Kung Fu Records in fall 2001. They put out their debut album, Space Camp, on May 14, 2002. The album featured the songs "Nintendo 89," "Rosemead," and "Senior Year." After the release of Space Camp, Audio Karate toured the ...

Barry & the Tamerlanes

Barry & the Tamerlanes were a doo wop trio from California. Their 1963 single for Valiant Records, "I Wonder What Shes Doing Tonight", spent 10 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #21, while reaching #23 on Billboard s "Hot R&amp,B Singles ...

Big Rig (band)

Big Rig was a punk band from the San Francisco Bay Area fronted by singer/songwriter Jesse Michaels. Michaels performed with the group after the breakup of his previous project, Operation Ivy, and before forming the band Common Rider. Big rig rel ...

Black Irish Band

The Black Irish Band writes, produces and performs historically-accurate, original and traditional songs and ballads. Over the last three decades, the band has delivered 27 albums, more than 100 original songs and 199 videos. The Black Irish Band ...

Cayucas

Cayucas, previously Oregon Bike Trails, is an American indie pop band from Santa Monica, California. The group includes Zach Yudin and his twin brother Ben Yudin on guitar. The band signed to Secretly Canadian in 2012.

Common Kings

Common Kings are an American/Hawaiian reggae band from Orange County, California. The bands debut album, Lost in Paradise, was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Dante & the Evergreens

Dante & the Evergreens were an American pop group formed at Santa Monica College in California in 1959. Dante and the evergreens has attracted the attention of Dean Torrence of Jan & Dean, who took them to his managers, herb Alpert and Lou Adler. ...

Deadseraphim

Deadseraphim were an influential yet short lived hardcore band from Lake Elsinore, California. Deadseraphims music was influenced by grind and black metal as much as it was influenced by hardcore bands such as Portraits of Past and Reversal of Ma ...

Downfall (band)

Downfall was a ska and punk band from the Bay Area formed by Tim Armstrong, Matt Freeman, Dave Mello, Pat Mello, and Jason Hammon following the break-up of Operation Ivy in 1989 and pre-dating Armstrongs and Freemans wider recognition in Rancid. ...

The Gift Machine

The Gift Machine is an American band, led by the husband and wife team of Dave Matthies and Andrea Matthies. Originally based in the Pacific Northwest, Dave Matthies has collaborated with many different people and the band has gone through severa ...

Iration

Iration is a reggae group from Santa Barbara, California. All members originally hail from Hawaii. They play a mix of reggae, dub, and rock. The group is one of the leading bands in the genre of sunshine reggae.

Jake Hamilton & the Sound

Jake Hamilton & the Sound is a Christian praise & worship band from Rancho Cucamonga, California started in 2013. In 2014, the band released their debut studio album with Fuel Music entitled Beautiful Rider that has seen commercial successes and ...

Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe

Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe is an American new age and pop-rock band from Long Beach, California that fuses Western and Eastern music with English and Sanskrit mantra.

Moonsville Collective

Born out of community jam sessions, Moonsville Collective launched in 2011 as a roots "supergroup" in Orange County, California, playing over 250 shows in California, Nevada and Utah during their first two years. They have shared the stage with m ...

Nashville West

Nashville West was a short-lived American country rock quartet, that was briefly together in the late 1960s. The group comprised multi-instrumentalist Gene Parsons, guitarist Clarence White, singer-guitarist-fiddler Gib Guilbeau and bassist Wayne ...

The New Fidelity

The New Fidelity is an American mod/power-pop band founded in Long Beach, CA in 2005. The New Fidelity are heavily influenced by 1960s pop and rock, and most of their music is steeped in two-, three-, and four-part harmony. Bands including The Be ...

The Newlydeads

The Newlydeads were an industrial rock band founded by Faster Pussycat singer Taime Downe. At one time or another, the Newlydeads also conduct downs faster Pussycat the band: guitarist Xristian Simon, bassist Danny Nordahl, and drummer Chad Stewa ...

The Rhythm Dukes

The Rhythm Dukes was a short-lived band featuring Jerry Miller and Don Stevenson of Moby Grape, subsequently joined by Bill Champlin, of the Sons of Champlin, and later of Chicago.

SSQ (band)

SSQ is a synthpop outfit consisting of Stacey Swain, Jon St. James, and past members include Dan Van Patten and John Van Tongeren, Rich West, Karl Moet and Skip Hanh. Playback album received praise from critics when released in 1983. As of 2020 J ...

Third Sight

Third Sight is an underground rap trio from the Bay Area of California. Formed in the early 1990s, the groups members are MC Jihad, Dufunk, and D-Styles.

Euforquestra

Euforquestra is an American band that plays a fusion of funk and Afro-Caribbean music. Originally from Iowa City, IA, Euforquestra relocated to Fort Collins, CO in August 2008. The group is known for progressive, genre crossing funk fusion and a ...

Face (a cappella group)

Face is an American a cappella group from Boulder, Colorado. Formed by Joseph DiMasi and Ben Lunstad in 2002, they made their first national appearances as one of the eight original groups on NBCs premiere season of "The Sing-Off" in 2009. They a ...

Head for the Hills (band)

Head for the Hills is a four-piece string band from Fort Collins, Colorado consisting of Adam Kinghorn, Joe Lessard, Matt Loewen, and Sam Parks. Lessard is also a founding member of alternative hip hop group, Whiskey Blanket. Formed in 2003, Head ...

Hit and Run (band)

Hit & Run formed in Colorado in late 2001 with the mutual desire to play authentic-yet-modern bluegrass. The band has released two studio albums. Hit & Run has toured extensively throughout the United States, playing such prestigious festivals as ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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