Sub-Zero & Wolf
Ken and I were honored to be invited to see the latest advances and new product innovations at the Sub-Zero and Wolf factory.
A special thank you to Jim Bakke, President and CEO of Sub-Zero & Wolf; Steve Dunlap, Vice President of Sales; Anthony Ascione, Vice President of Sales; and Jeff Moore, President of Sub-Zero & Wolf East for hosting us for an overall fabulous weekend in Madison that included a private factory tour and a close up view of the Westye Bakke Center.
We are thrilled to be able to share these photos with you and cannot wait to go back to see the unveiling of “The Barn,” which is being built on the site of Sub-Zero & Wolf’s local home-grown organic garden. Mr. Bakke’s unique vision of farm-to-table will come alive in the Barn, encorporating everything Sub-Zero is known for — fresh produce, delicious home-cooked food, quality equipment, and a reason for bringing people together.
It was easy getting our 15,000 steps in each day between walking through the factory — a city within itself — and strolling through the best farmer’s market EVER in beautiful historic Madison. Of course, we bought and sampled the most delicious cheese varieties and ate half of our purchases while walking!
We enjoyed the thrill of seeing the Wisconsin versus Nebraska football game at the University of Wisconsin’s magnificent Camp Randall Stadium. We were so energized by the students and marching band that we may have watched them more than the football players, who happened to win the game in an exciting overtime.
Ken and I loved the city of Madison, and we look forward to visiting again.
Steve & Julie Dunlap (far right game night photo)
Fred & Cathy Albano
Jeff & Dottie Moore
Ken & Grace Kelly
Libby & Charlie Capuano
Laundry Room Layout Ideas
When planning the layout of the laundry room space, include as much cabinetry as possible for ample storage, a countertop folding area, good room lighting, and ideally a hanging area, a hamper area, a sink, and maybe some open shelves. You will want plenty of storage for accessories, linens, hampers, detergents, and cleaning supplies. An ideal laundry room includes room to fold clothes, iron, and store sewing and craft supplies for true convenience. Larger families often opt for a double set of washers and dryers. We also offer retractable clothes lines and hide-away ironing boards that are built into the cabinetry and then stored when not in use.