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West Michigan shoes grace feet of 'Duck Dynasty' stars, Kate Middleton

West Michigan shoes grace feet of 'Duck Dynasty' stars, Kate Middleton

Some West Michigan shoes are making the rounds on celebrities’ feet.

On August 3, Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson posed with his wife Korie while sporting a pair of wooden shoes specially created by Nelis’ Dutch Village. The Holland Area Convention & Visitors Bureau commissioned the business to create two pairs of shoes for the A&E stars as part of a thank you gift basket for participating in a VIP event organized by the Zeeland non-profit, Winning at Home and the Berlin Raceway in Marne.  The shoes feature the logo of Duck Commander, which is owned and operated by the Robertson family.  An employee of Discover Holland says Willie put the shoes on his feet almost immediately and posed for pictures.  Duck Commander employee Justin Martin took home the other pair.  

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Thursday Vote!

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Thursday Vote!

Join us in celebrating Michigan products with the Made in Michigan Bracket Challenge. Click HERE to download the bracket.

Each day we'll have four matchups, one from each bracket, as we go through some of our great Made in Michigan products. If you don't know a product, you may want to search the products name in the search bar on the top of the page and check out a past Made in Michigan feature story that aired earlier.

Also, check our WZZM13 Facebook page starting March 25th for ways that you can win some Made in Michigan merchandise.

A new poll will be posted each day.

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Wednesday Vote!

Celebrate Made In Michigan Products and Cast Your Wednesday Vote!

Join us in celebrating Michigan products with the Made in Michigan Bracket Challenge. Click HERE to download the bracket.

Each day we'll have four matchups, one from each bracket, as we go through some of our great Made in Michigan products. If you don't know a product, you may want to search the products name in the search bar on the top of the page and check out a past Made in Michigan feature story that aired earlier.

Also, check our WZZM13 Facebook page starting March 25th for ways that you can win some Made in Michigan merchandise.

A new poll will be posted each day.

Singer Taylor Swift New Face of Keds for Rockford Company

Singer Taylor Swift New Face of Keds for Rockford Company

Wolverine Worldwide’s Keds Launch of the Taylor Swift – Brave Girls Campaign

NEWS RELEASE

Keds® Announces Multi-Year Partnership With Taylor Swift

First-ever Footwear Partnership for Six-time Grammy Winner

New Rockford Gallery Features Michigan Artists...

New Rockford Gallery Features Michigan Artists...

And Products Made In Michigan. That is the focus of EverMyHart’s Enchanted Emporium located at 25 South Squire Street in Rockford. E3, as it’s better known, is host over 30  Michigan artists, in an array of media from wall art originals or prints, to photography and more,  along with the owner’s unique, functional, hand-painted glassware. Barbara Everhart is “working her dream” and feels Rockford is the perfect location. “This is a very art-conscious and friendly community,” she said. “It really does have that Norman Rockwell feel.”

“I am honored to represent some extremely talented artists,” Everhart said. “The focus is Michigan because we need to remember that we have some very talented people right here at home. Spend your money here, keep your money here, and keep our people working!”

Rockford boutique owner travels to U.S. fashion centers for latest styles

Rockford boutique owner travels to U.S. fashion centers for latest styles

News Release:

Grand Rapids – April 4, 2011 – Being on top of fashion trends while choosing styles that will sell in cost-conscious West Michigan is a tricky proposition, but one that Julie Cronkright, owner of Jade – a women’s clothing boutique in Rockford – has been doing successfully for eight years. “West Michigan women love to be fashionable but will think twice about a purchase if the price point is too high.  So, I make sure that what I select for Jade shoppers combines the fashion trends that my customers love at an affordable price,” Cronkright says.

            Jade also showcases styles and designers that women won’t find in the national-chain, “big box,” stores at malls. “Women complain to me all the time that they want clothes they won’t see coming and going half a dozen times when they’re out and about,” explains Cronkright.