Elliot gets designation
Lori Elliott, owner of Elliott Interior Design, recently received her Interior Color Consultant Certification as a requirement for professional status with the American Society of Interior Designers. “As an interior designer, many color decisions come from experience and a natural eye for color. However, you need to be familiar with all aspects of color, understanding how its use goes beyond aesthetic appeal,” says Elliott. She said it is insighful to see how people react to various colors and said she enjoys helping them understand why.
Elliott has been designing for commercial and residential clients for over 17 years. Her recent projects include Seasons on St. Croix (Hudson), Air Motion Systems (AMS in River Falls), Northern Electric Incorporated (NEI in St. Croix Falls) and various residential projects. For more information call (715) 222-1897 or go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ferguson is director
Hudson real estate agent Reid Ferguson has been elected Local Director of the Western Wisconsin Realtors Association’s board of directors. He is associated with Keller Williams Realty, 2424 Monetary Blvd., Suite 201. “Reid, with his experience, will definitely play a valuable role in shaping the direction of real estate in western Wisconsin,” said Keller Williams Team Leader Jerod Krenz. “We are extremely honored to have Reid Ferguson as our local director of the Western Wisconsin Realtors Association.” Ferguson has a background in construction and residential appraisals and has been in the real estate industry for 10 years. For more information, call (715) 377-4700.
Correction - Fundraiser date is Oct. 12
In last week’s Business Briefs an incorrect date was listed. The Hudson WESTconsin Credit Union Office is hosting a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life at the Hudson Culver’s, 151 Carmichael Road, Monday, Oct. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m. Ten percent of all sales at the restaurant during this time will be donated to the Relay For Life team.
Winzerstube earns honor
The Winzerstube restaurant, 516 Second St., was named 17th best out of 410 German restaurants in the entire nation. “Based on all the online votes and from all the votes and the great feedback from ‘undercover judges,’ not to mention several other independent sources, you are clearly one of the very best German restaurants in America,” said Inga Bowyer, president at GermanDeli.com. For more information, call (715) 381-5092 or go to www.winzerstuberestaurant.net.