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The Image Distillery is Moving to Downtown Green Bay!

July 8th, 2010

The Image Distillery is moving!  The suite in the historic Bellin Building is going to be renovated over the next few weeks… here is a before shot:

The renovation to-do list includes:

  • Tear up carpet
  • Remove vinyl trim
  • Remove cheap built-in shelving
  • Replace doors with frosted-glass originals (if they can be found…)
  • Sand & refinish the underlying (original!) hardwood floors
  • Build & install new hardwood shelving
  • Finish & install hardwood base & door trim
  • Patch dings for a consistent plaster coat
  • Fresh paint throughout

It’s an ambitious schedule for the next few weeks (move-in is slated for August 1st), but the hands-on work will be a welcome change of pace (my tools from my carpenter days have been collecting the wrong kind of dust for far too long).

Also welcome will be an activity-filled downtown environment.  Downtown Green Bay Inc. (who, coincidentally, also moved their offices to the Belling Building a few weeks ago) have been doing a great job of keeping the area bustling with concerts, dining, art displays and general human friendliness.

Being just an elevator ride away from The Daily Buzz will be a constant temptation, but the occasional latte run never hurt anyone, right?!

I look forward to getting to know all my new neighbors, and to the shortened home-to-work commute (just a quick jaunt from one end of the City Deck to the other).

The new address will be 130 E. Walnut Street, Suite 415. If you find yourself in the area, do stop by and say “Hi!”

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What is tID?

The Image Distillery is a clarity-focused creative shop which specializes in website design and consulting for small businesses.

We've operated out of Green Bay, Wisconsin since 2006, crafting and maintaining websites for small businesses, typically those with 50 or fewer employees.

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