Ricky and Lucy’s Country Greenhouse of Sidney recently joined the GROW Nebraska marketing and training program. GROW Nebraska is a marketing and training program for entrepreneurial businesses creating Nebraska products and has been in existence since 1998.
Teri and Dan Wolff own and operate Ricky and Lucy’s Country Greenhouse. They specialize in organically grown herbs and spices. You may purchase individual spices such as chili or oregano, or try one of their special blends like the Spicy Pepper Blend, which is fabulous on pizza or to perfectly season a steak for the grill. Please call them at 308-254-2204 to order either wholesale or retail today.
Nebraska is the place to find innovative products and services. Membership in GROW Nebraska provides entrepreneurs with educational training and workshops, web site presence and opportunities for cooperative advertising in national magazines. Other benefits include participation in the GROW Collection at the Great Platte River Archway in Kearney, the launch of a permanent store at Kearney’s Hilltop Mall in August 2007, and the Product Evaluation in April, just to name a few! New services are added each year. Stores and producers alike can also find out more information about Nebraska products and the GROW Nebraska program by requesting the GROW book. The guide features 180 businesses including product description and contact information for each vendor and will be available at all retail members and from the web site beginning in August 2007.
Membership is available to any Nebraska entrepreneur or small business. Based in rural south–central Nebraska, GROW Nebraska works to develop market access strategies that will enhance Nebraska’s role nationally and internationally within the entrepreneurial and small business field. GROW Nebraska’s purpose is to implement sustainable economic solutions for Nebraska’s product, service, and retail entrepreneurs. To learn more about GROW Nebraska or Nebraska entrepreneurs, visit their website at www.grownebraska.com.
Sidney (NE) Sun Telegraph
October 25, 2007