Sparks April 2002 -

Sparks April 2002

In the News

Welcome to Sparks!
A warm welcome to Sparks, the monthly newsletter for clients and friends of Design. Each issue will feature a new design, updates on happenings, and our Client Spotlight.

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Last chance to sign up
for Web Smarts! Only 3 spaces left!

Register now for our “Web Smarts” seminar, coming up on May 2nd from 3:00-4:30 pm at The STAR Center in Bloomington, IN. This lively and information-packed seminar, co-sponsored by the Small Business Development Center, will teach you how to build a successful strategy to attract visitors, enhance services, cut costs, and contribute to your bottom line. Seating is limited; register by Wednesday, May 1st to reserve your place! Click here for more info and updated resource links.

Business Expo a success!
Our booth at Business Expo 2002 was a smash success! We met a variety of wonderful people, gave away lots of candy and freebies, and welcomed many new Sparks members and clients. A special thanks to Jeanne Leimkuhler and Stacy Weeks, who helped staff the booth. Thanks to everyone who helped to make Expo a success!



This month’s winner: Stacy Weeks!
In addition to the envy and admiration of her friends, Stacy wins a T-shirt featuring this one-of-a-kind design. Have a favorite quote or saying? Send it in! If your quote is chosen, you’ll receive a T-shirt with a custom design! Check out your competition here.e.


Client Spotlight

Jack Brubaker Designs
Jack Brubaker is an artist working in metal, designing beautiful large-scale architectural pieces as well as wine racks, candleholders, and one-of-a-kind art objects. Working in his forge in the woods east of Bloomington, Indiana, Jack’s work is known throughout the world and is part of the collections of Joseph Hirshhorn, Ali McGraw, and many others. His work will be featured along with that of three other Midwestern artists in an upcoming episode of “Modern Masters,” a weekly program on the Home & Garden TV cable channel. Want to know more? Visit Jack’s site, designed by Design.