Maple Ridge Farms

The Power of Cookies
March 24, 2009

Don't really have much time this week. Unlike my somewhat sassy co-worker Mike "I want to be like Charles" Cornnell, I have deadlines every week and oftentimes the blog suffers.

Maple Ridge Farms Moves To New Location
August 19, 2008

Mosinee, Wisconsin-based Maple Ridge Farms announced it has moved to a new location. The company asks distributors to take note of its new address and update all pertinent records. The new address is: Maple Ridge Farms 975 S. Park View Circle P.O. Box 69 Mosinee, WI 54455 For more information on Maple Ridge Farms, visit

The Incredible, Edible Sale
August 1, 2008

BLAME IT ON simple biology—humans just can’t get by without food. As the building blocks of life, nutrients are intrinsic to the survival of every individual. But these facts are common knowledge. What nutrients can do for the life expectancy of a marketing campaign, however, now that’s something to chew on. When promotional products are gracing the table, end-users are getting their daily recommended allowance of brand messaging in an easy-to-swallow format. By extension, a company gets much-coveted visibility, not to mention greater probability of retention. The simple health benefits of three squares a day? That’s science. The marketing possibilities associated with each

Maple Ridge Farms Moves into New 85,000 Sq. Ft. Facility
May 27, 2008

Tom Riodan, CEO of Mosinee, Wisconsin-based Maple Ridge Farms announced the company has moved into a newly constructed 85,000 sq. ft. facility. This major expansion and investment in manufacturing, warehouse and office space is located in the Central Wisconsin Business Park, adjacent to their current location at One Park View Circle. “The addition of this new facility will more than triple our existing operational space and allow us to continue to grow our business,” stated Riordan. “It certainly gives us the capacity we need to accommodate large orders, increase our custom order capabilities and increase staffing for all departments as dictated by our continued

Maple Ridge Farms Announces 85,000 Sq.-Ft. Expansion
August 28, 2007

Tom Riordan, CEO, today announced Maple Ridge Farms, Mosinee, Wis., is breaking ground for a new 85,000 sq.-ft. facility that will operate in conjunction with its existing facility. The new structure, which will be located in the Central Wisconsin Business Park in Mosinee, adjacent to the company’s current location, will increase total operating space to 110,000 sq. ft. “The addition of this new facility will more than triple our existing operational space and allow us to continue to grow our business,” stated Riordan. “We estimate the new facility will be large enough to handle our growth for the next five to seven years,

Maple Ridge Farms Joins the Fight Against Breast Cancer
August 7, 2007

Maple Ridge Farms, Mosinee, Wis., in conjunction with the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), is offering six of its best-selling food gifts in a promotion titled, “Help in the Fight Against Breast Cancer—Give Twice the Gift this Year,” from which a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Foundation. The promotion became effective Aug. 1. All pre-selected food gifts are priced exactly as similar items in the 2007 Maple Ridge Farms Catalog. Each gift will include a distinctive card that features the NBCF logo and details about the promotion. Special gift boxes designed for the program feature a rich, pink ribbon and

Holiday Time Flies
August 1, 2007

IN 1905 ALBERT Einstein published his theory of special relativity. The theory, which has since been proven correct by experiments, revealed one of the most startling truths about the way the world works: Time changes depending on who is observing it. It seems counter-intuitive when dwelled upon, but most people have experienced it in some way. Einstein himself described the phenomena to the masses with a quirky analogy. He said if a person touches something hot for a minute, it will seem like an hour, but if he or she sits with a lover for an hour, it will seem like a minute. “That’s

2007 Supplier Excellence Awards
July 1, 2007

LOYALTY HOLDS POWERFUL sway over many people’s actions. It is difficult to settle for good when the best is just a little further. Loyalty will see the extra mile traveled, the extra call made and the extra cost paid. Often, it is a result of superior quality or superior service, while other times familiarity can be held accountable, and yet other people will have a simple affection toward a brand. This is the dream of any corporation: To be known of not as a source, but as the definitive source for a commodity. Promotional Marketing’s 2007 Supplier Excellence Awards recognize the best in more

30-year Industry Vet Named President of Webb Company
April 24, 2007

Webb Company, Rosemount, Minn., recently announced the appointment of industry veteran Keith H. Olivit as the company’s president. Of the appointment, Alan Webb, founder/CEO, stated: “Keith’s extensive knowledge of the industry and his expertise in developing and managing leading industry supplier companies makes him an exceptional candidate to lead our company.” “We are committed to focusing on the needs and wants of distributors,” Webb continued. “Keith’s experience will assist us with managing our overall product selection, shortening our production time and expanding our growth categories of candy and mint products, as well as health and beauty products.” Olivit’s career in the