Sponsor Spotlight

Building “good will” is good for business!

Thank you to all our sponsors for helping bring quality public radio and television programming to the prairie region We hope you’ll take note of the businesses and organizations that sponsor Prairie Public programming, and thank them when you do business with them!

 

“Prairie Public’s radio and television networks are a great match for us, with programs like “America’s Test Kitchen” and “Downton Abby” that reach our target audience. Creative Kitchen has been equipping cooks for over 30 years with cookware, cutlery, and tools for the kitchen. Our staff has the experience and expertise to help customers select products to create not only meals, but also memories. We offer classes and demonstrations on the latest culinary trends. Our store is located at the West Acres Shopping Center in Fargo.” Mark Sinner, Founder, Creative Kitchen

“The North Dakota Farmers Market and Growers Association (NDFMGA) is proud to support Prairie Public Broadcasting.  As an Association, the NDFMGA is committed to accessible, quality, locally produced products for consumers.  We applaud Prairie Public Broadcasting for this same commitment to quality services, North Dakota, and its people.” Holly Rose Mawby, Director, Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture, Dakota College at Bottineau

“Park Christian School is proud to be a supporter of Prairie Public in its delivery of high-quality arts and educational programming. As industry leaders, Prairie Public and Park Christian share a long-standing commitment to excellence in the communities they serve. Park has been educating the next generation of leaders in the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo area for over 30 years.  We are committed to excellent, integrated, Christ-centered education which has resulted in a strong tradition of student success.”  Teresa Nickel, Director of Admissions and Marketing

“Gate City Bank is committed to making the lives of our customers and employees better by investing in them and their communities For a Better Way of Life.® Prairie Public provides a trusted public service through education and entertainment, and Gate City Bank recognizes the importance of making these programs accessible to everyone. We are proud to enhance Prairie Public’s outreach by sponsoring educational children’s programming and the timeless Lawrence Welk Show.” Amy Durbin, Assistant Vice President

“North Dakota United, an Association of over 10,000 members, is proud to support Prairie Public Broadcasting. Programs produced by Prairie Public promote education and our state. We are privileged to be a partner in and sponsor Prairie Public programming.” Nick Archuleta, President

“Eventide is proud to be a long-time supporter of Prairie Public in its delivery of high-quality arts and educational programming. As industry leaders, Prairie Public and Eventide share a long-standing commitment to excellence in the communities they serve. Eventide offers a full range of healthcare and lifestyle options for seniors at its four locations in North Dakota and Minnesota.” Alicia Gorder, Marketing Director

“Rhombus Guys has been a sponsor of public radio for years. We feel it is a valuable asset to our community and the area … plus we love listening to all of the fun shows, especially Science Fridays! Don’t be a square, keep up the good work!” Matt and Arron

“Scan Design provides modern home and office furnishings with high quality design and high value in the northern plains region. We support Prairie Public because the radio station’s in-depth news and thoughtful on-air professionals are invaluable.” Mary Larsien Cantrell, Scan Design

“On Time Electrical, Plumbing, Heating and Air believes credibility means everything to the success and longevity of our business. This is part of the reason why we support such long standing and credible programs like This Old House. Our philosophy is simple: if we can earn your trust with one project, we hope you would keep us in mind for your next project!”

“A&R Carpet Barn of Winnipeg supports one of the longest withstanding home improvement shows in television history, This Old House. Whether it’s a homeowner or contractor, A&R Carpet Barn has been supplying Winnipeggers’ flooring and carpeting needs at either location, 50 Archibald and 655 Pembina, in Winnipeg for over 30 years.”

“Frontier Americana, located in historic downtown Fargo’s Black Building, offers the regalia, tools, and fire arms of frontier America’s western expansion, military collectables from World War II, and original western art. Sponsoring programs like Antiques Roadshow is the perfect way for us to communicate with collectors in the region.” —Pete Erickson, owner

“Krevco Lifestyles owners Don and Nancy Carson support Prairie Public’s commitment to provide educational and family oriented programming that encourages families to grow together. They also believe that a family that plays together, stays together—which is why they love the business they are in. The business has grown to include three locations in Winnipeg and one in Brandon and Kenora. Pools, spas, grills, hotubs, accessories—Krevco Lifestyes provides a complete line of indoor and outdoor lifestyle products that the whole family can enjoy.”

“Hornbacher’s Foods has been committed to a strong community since 1951, and sponsoring Prairie Public is part of that effort.  We support Prairie Public because they provide a quality of programming for children and families that is simply not available on the other television channels.” Matthew Leiseth, President

“United Tribes and North Dakota’s other Tribal Colleges are an indispensable resource. Education and understanding strongly influence the quality of life for everyone in this place we love. We are grateful to partner with an organization that strives to pursue like-minded values that are inclusive of the state’s ethnic diversity and cultural heritage. Thank you Prairie Public. Pilamaya.” – David M. Gipp, United Tribes Technical College President

“AA Clean Line Sewer & Drain is a proud sponsor of This Old House and Masterpiece, including Downton Abbey. We have provided residential and commercial service in Winnipeg and the surrounding areas for over 31 years with friendly, courteous, clean and respectful service of your home or work place.”

“We tend to support efforts that promote home and family values. This includes sewing. Sewing is a passion for the majority of our customers with many of them giving away the quilt or embroidered item they have worked so diligently to produce. Like our store, Prairie Public Broadcasting promotes home and family values consequently, we proudly support sewing programs on Prairie Public. Simply put, Prairie Public Broadcasting presents a great way to reach our present customers and invest in that new sewer that may just be getting started with their hobby.” Jim Barnhardt

“Sutton Smithworks is pleased to support quality television in the region by sponsoring programming on Prairie Public. Sutton Smithworks offers fine jewellery and jewellery services and invites you to stop in.”
“The attorneys and staff of Zuger Kirmis & Smith are proud to support Prairie Public Broadcasting. As a law firm with deep roots in North Dakota, we appreciate the work that another North Dakota original, Prairie Public, does to enhance life in our state.” Constance Hofland, Partner, Zuger Kirmis & Smith Counselors and Attorneys at Law

“Humphry Inn & Suites is pleased to support quality television within the region by sponsoring programming on Prairie Public. This provides Humphry Inn & Suites the opportunity to welcome travelers to Winnipeg from both sides of our border.”  Andy Zhao, General Manager, Humphry Inn & Suites Winnipeg

“Innovative leadership plus creative and helpful programs not only are consistent with Prairie Public’s mission, but also that of Elim Rehab and Care. Elim’s new addition—5th Avenue—provides short-term rehab services for those transitioning from hospital to home. Discover a better way to care at Elim—proud sponsor of Prairie Public.” Joyce Eisenbraun, Director of Marketing/Development

“The State Historical Society joins Prairie Public and its members in celebrating May as Historic Preservation Month. The programs produced by Prairie Public help preserve and promote the state and region’s history while keeping an eye on the future. The Historical Society is honored to be a partner in and sponsor of Prairie Public programming.” Claudia Berg, Expansion and New Initiatives Coordinator

“EAPC Architects & Engineers offers architectural, engineering, wind energy, and industrial consulting and design services to a variety of clients throughout Prairie Public¹s listening area, so we feel supporting programming on Prairie Public is a great fit. We are very happy with our partnership with Prairie Public.” —Lori M. Bakken, Marketing Director

“The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to collaborate with Prairie Public in highlighting American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell at the WAG March 2-May 20, 2012. This historic retrospective exhibition features over 40 major paintings, the complete set of 323 Saturday Evening Post tear-sheet covers, and a group of rarely seen preparatory works and artifacts. For details, visit rockwell.wag.ca.” —Stephen Borys, PhD, MBA Director, Winnipeg Art Gallery


“We at Family Vision Clinic have supported Prairie Public’s radio service for many years. Of all the different media we’ve sponsored, only Prairie Public listeners have come forward to thank us for our support. In recent years, thanks to Dr. Amy Fleck’s interest in Victorian England, we’ve also sponsored Masterpiece on public television. Now we reach Prairie Public’s dedicated and loyal audience through television and radio, and we’re proud to help make great programming possible.”

“The Listening Room Music Series at the Spirit Room in Fargo has been going for nearly three years. The exposure we have had on Prairie Public has had a dramatic effect on our attendance. Often the people who enjoy the music we present are public radio listeners. That’s where I discovered folk music—on my local public radio station in Houston in the early ’70s!”    —Scott Curfman, Listening Room Series Manager

“Prairie Public gives Valley Imports an opportunity to reach a demographic that traditional advertising doesn’t provide. Being a sponsor has enabled us to be in touch with a whole new group of potential ‘Customers For Life’! Valley Imports provides service above and beyond expectations, to those who need transportation. This simple philosophy underscores everything we do and has made us very successful.” Jeff Richmond, General Sales Manager, Valley Imports