Pretty interesting (and long) article on Zingerman's, and their unique business model. I had no idea about most of this.
"And they started rolling out new businesses: A bakery that had been started to make bread for the deli became Zingerman’s Bakehouse. A training and consulting business, ZingTrain, would share Zingerman’s strategies and philosophies, especially its emphasis on customer service and staff training.
One of the few occassions I will proudly wear red! (others during Olympics and World Jr. tournament)
Happy Canada Day to all the Michigan fans up north, enjoy the holiday!
Sun, Jun 29
11:30 a.m. ESPN Netherlands vs. Mexico Fortaleza 51
3:30 p.m. ESPN Costa Rica vs. Greece Recife 52
The Hello Post for Mr. Loszewki!, The USA soccer team's advancement, recent recruiting news seeming more normal for a Michigan fan, the Tiger's righting the ship, and my weekend cycling trip Up North with the girlfriend (with maybe a couple flycasts interspersed). I'm a beer guy, but I think a G&T will be appropriate tonight upon our arrival in Grayling.
MGoGolfers out there,
I am going to be coming back to Ann Arbor (for the first time in a decade and a half) over the 4th of July weekend. I am planning on playing the UMGC early on Saturday, July 5th and as of yet am a single. If anyone is in town then, can get away, and wants to play $100 1-Downs (J/K), let me know I'd love the company.
I am sure most you know that the UMGC was designed by the legendary Alister MacKenzie whose designed include: Crystal Downs, Royal Melbourn (West), Pasatiempo, and a little course called Augusta National. The UMGC has been called a "Hidden Jewel" by golf writers and to my mind is one of the greatest in-town courses in the world.
I spoke with the shop and they said Saturday is wide open, so if we get more than 4 we can have a few groups of MGoGolfers should we need to.
Are we allowed to put our personal emails on a post?
Anyway, drop me a line if you're interested.