{re}imagined In Print

One of the interviews I did in Midland this past September was with a nice lady from The Auction Exchange.  I tried to find an online version of the article, but couldn’t, so my guys scanned it for me.  You can read the entire article in the print copy of the October 15, 2012 edition of ‘The Auction Exchange”.

I loved that the interviewer seemed to grasp our hearts and our vision.


So cool, isn’t it?  Stay tuned, there are some pretty amazing things in store for this little family business from Allendale, MI in the next six month or so.  Only God could orchestrates the things He has.  Humbled by His grace and mercy.




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4 responses to “{re}imagined In Print

  1. Melanie Bondy


    Sorry it’s taken me so long, but I was waiting to get in touch with my niece for a fabric choice on one of your daughter’s junior-sized bags.

    I’m attaching a screen shot I took of the samples you sent me.

    I would like to order one bag. My first-choice fabric combination is the gray background with blue, green, white polka dots. Second choice if you’re out of that is the black background with pink and white flowers. Third choice is the white background with multicolored flowers (top center).

    Please let me know how I can pay and when you think I might receive it.

    Thanks so much, Melanie Bondy

  2. Tami Groeneveld

    Congratulations Gryzbowski Family!!!! So excited to all of you! Blessings, Tami

    Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2012 12:57:37 +0000 To: ron-tami7@hotmail.com

  3. Judy G

    Wonderful testament to what you & your family are doing…congrats!

  4. Geri

    How many people can say they truly love their job and the work they do? I’m so glad it’s a family affair for you!! It’s wonderful to not want to call in sick or take a day off. The people you are meeting and the compliments you hear are all from the heart. I’m very happy for you and your family.
    Your class I took, taught me the “new” world of Annie Sloan paint, and I love it. Thank you. . I fully understand the feeling Geri, of the Stage Coach Barn Sale.

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