We're happy to announce that Dwight Weber and Window Genie of Green Bay have joined the network!
Window Genie was founded in 1994 and has been franchising since 1998. In November 2016, Window Genie as a brand, was acquired by the Dwyer Group, a holding company that owns more than 10 national service-based franchise brands. The Dwyer Group has been in the franchise business since 1981.
To help introduce Window Genie to our Members and Readers, we asked Dwight about the range of services offered by Window Genie:
"Window Genie’s core services are interior/exterior window cleaning, pressure washing and window film installation. We also provide gutter cleaning, house washing, concrete cleaning/sealing, and deck/patio cleaning. As our logo says 'We clean windows and a whole lot more.'
I want Members and Readers to know that Window Genie will be responsive to them. We will provide timely information about our services, and we will follow up to make sure that our service met or exceeded their expectations. Customers must believe in the value of our services, whether we save them time, eliminate the danger of being on a ladder, or simply do a job that they don’t know how to do. We want to build relationships through the experience the customer has with Window Genie. From our Streak-Free Guarantee, to uniformed/background checked technicians, to our fully wrapped Geniemobile, we take great pride in providing an exceptional customer experience while helping to repair, maintain, or enhance your home or business."
With over 20 years of experience, Window Genie has earned the trust of homeowners throughout Green Bay, De Pere, Sturgeon Bay and Door County, Luxemburg and the Lakeshore.
Streak-Free Guarantee! Estimates Are Always Free!
You can contact Window Genie of Green Bay by calling 920-455-8777, or by Visiting them on the Web at http://www.windowgenie.com/greenbay/. Please let Dwight know that The Green Bay News Network Sent You!
A new pedestrian hybrid beacon called a H.A.W.K. (High-intensity Activated Crosswalk) has been installed on Wisconsin 57 -- Riverside Drive -- south of Sunset Circle in the Village of Allouez.
Federal Highways Administration recently approved the HAWK as a newer traffic control device to safely accommodate pedestrians at mid-block roadway crossings.
A pedestrian hybrid beacon is used to warn and control traffic at a mid-block crosswalk without other traffic signals.
While slightly different in appearance, this beacon functions much like a conventional pedestrian signal in that it stops traffic to allow pedestrians to cross safely.
The beacon stops traffic with a double red indication thereby creating a gap for pedestrians to cross.
The alternating red signal indication allows vehicles to proceed once the pedestrian has cleared their
side of the travel lane, thus improving vehicle traffic flow.
According to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) pedestrian hybrid beacons can reduce delays for
pedestrians by up to 50 percent when compared to traditional signalized crossings.
For information regarding the Village of Allouez, please use the links below:
Employment Opportunities with Village of Allouez
Village of Allouez Website
1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
"Comforting someone who is grieving is one of the most charitable and delicate things we do for each other. Each circumstance is unique, and requires another level of compassion and understanding. I'd like to share with you some helpful information regarding comforting a co-worker."
- Bob Walczyk, Proko-Wall Funeral Home & Crematory
When a coworker is grieving the loss of a loved one, the impact to the workplace may be substantial. Depending on the relationship, there are many appropriate ways to support a grieving coworker.
Understand the Loss: It’s helpful to first understand that many kinds of loss can impair a collegue’s work performance, including: Death of parent, child, family member, friend or colleague; Infertility, miscarriage or stillbirth; Death of a pet; Diagnosis of serious illness
Recognize Grief: Grief is a normal, healthy response to loss that results in physical, emotional, psychological, and social reactions. Anger, fear, frustration, loneliness, and guilt are all part of the natural grief process. Grieving people also experience sadness, confusion and isolation. Grief may seem overwhelming, and make it challenging to concentrate on work for some time after a loss. Coworkers may be unable to sufficiently process their grief before they must return to their normal work routine.
How to Help: An important first step in aiding a grieving coworker, is to provide an environment that is supportive. It is helpful to acknowledge their loss, and to support their healing and recovery. A few suggested ways of helping: Distribute a card for office staff to sign. If you share a close relationship, send a personal note or card. Contribute to a group offering to show unified support. Gifts of flowers, food or home care are especially appreciated. Gather a group of colleagues to make a condolence visit or attend the funeral service. Connect personally. A simple sincere expression like, “I’m sorry for your loss,” conveys compassion and concern.
Encourage Recovery: Provide a supportive, compassionate work environment, where a grieving colleague feels cared for and encouraged. This type of environment will help them heal and recover after experiencing a loss.
The Directors, and Support Staff Members at Proko Wall Funeral Home & Crematory are here for you; in your time of need, or whenever you have concerns or questions.
For assistance in time of need, with prearrangement, or for further information, please call 920.468.4111 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week), stop in at 1630 E. Mason Street in Green Bay, or visit Proko-Wall on the web.
If you've ever had the experience of having a new home built to order, from the basement, to the roof and chimney, then you know the benefit and importance of having had a direct business relationship with the architect.
So, when it comes to your retirement plan, and financial portfolio, to whom would you rather be speaking; a salesman for a large financial firm, or the architect of your retirement spending plan? Would you rather talk to the guy who's thinking ahead to his next sale, or to the person who makes sure that your plan is working well – now, and in the future?
Craig Siminski, and his Equity Design Group, offer you the personal attention that your financial future requires.
Craig is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, with more than 19 years of experience. His goal is to provide families, business owners, and their employees with assistance in building their financial freedom.
Craig is committed to designing and implementing financial strategies that focus on his clients’ needs. He seeks to be a lifetime resource for each and every one of them, and Craig’s clients know that he has their best interests at heart.
If this personal touch seems right to you, why not give him a call at 920-569-8363, email him, or stop by his office – located at 2050 Riverside Drive in Green Bay. Please let him know that the Green Bay News Network sent you!
Spring and Summer may still seem somewhat distant, but if you're planning a wedding you know how fast the time will fly. There's so much to do, and so many details to confirm. One of the major considerations in planning a wedding is the flowers.
Schroeder's has put together a user-friendly online planner to help you make the perfect floral selections for your big day.
Our Floral Planner includes sections to help you make selections for your ceremony, reception, and bouquets. Also included are color scheme selections: White on White, Bright & Bold, Pink & Pastel, Purple & Blue, as well as Green & Cream.
There is even a convenient Consultation Request form, so that we can contact you to help bring your Wedding Vision to Life!
To Access Schroeder's Wedding Designs Area, Please Click Here
Schroeder's Flowers, located at 1530 South Webster Avenue in Allouez, has long been a favorite of Green Bay area flower lovers. Customers have come to appreciate the quality of flowers and plants along with the tremendous family-friendly customer service
Schroeder's Flower Mart Locations:
WOODMAN’S FLOWER MART
2400 Dousman St., Green Bay
HOURS: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm;
BP FLOWER MART
Hwy 57 & Champion Rd. (Cty K) New Franken
HOURS: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm;
Schroeder's provides many other services besides flowers. Stop in, Visit Them on the Web, or give them a call at 920.436.6363 or 800.236.4769. Please let them know that the Green Bay News Network Sent You!
Did you know that when it comes to life insurance, LIMRA says 70%-80% of Americans feel underinsured?
With so much information packed into each policy, picking the right life insurance might make your head spin!
In this week's episode of Real Wealth® Weekly, Heather Lindsley, of Woodmen Financial Resources, brings us Phil Harriman, co-author of the book Life Insurance 10X, who explains how every life insurance contract can be broken down into just three simple components.
For more information, contact:
Heather Lindsley LUTCF
Woodmen Financial Resources
1234 S. Ridge Road, Green Bay, WI 54304
The season leading up to Easter, known as Lent, has begun. You'll notice various Churches, Organizations, Schools, and Clubs hosting or sponsoring Fish Dinners. Many of our area restaurants are offering Seafood and Fish specials at this time as well.
Here's what some of our Green Bay News Network Members are offering for your Lenten dining:
Galley 57 Supper Club: Fried Perch Dinners on Wednesdays & Fridays ~ Choose From 4pc $16.95, 6pc $21.95 or Early-Bird Special: 4pm-6pm Only - 2pc $14.95. All perch dinners include your choice of potato or fresh vegetable and Galley 57's Bountiful soup and salad bar! Wednesday nights, compliment your meal with one of Galley 57's Famous $3 Old Fashioneds! Open 4pm to 9pm, Galley 57 offers many other menu options. Check Out Their New Lunch Menu as well!
Jimmy Seas: Fish 'n Chips $11.99, Perch Basket $14.99, Tahitian Salmon $16.99, & Hawaiian Mahi Mahi $19.99
If you're looking for a fish or seafood dinner, we hope you'll check out these opportunities. When you do, please let them know you read about their offerings in the Green Bay News Network!
You can contact the Green Bay News Network by calling 920.819.7652, or by clicking on the "Contact" link at the top of our web pages.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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