HTR Media offers video production

HTR Media offers video production

HTR Media/Herald Times Reporter is now offering video production as part of its marketing and advertising services available to local businesses.

« Video is so popular right now, » said General Manager Lowell Johnson. « If it’s more important for customers to see your product, service or location, having a video incorporated into your web site or Facebook page can lead to increased sales. »

« Google business views are very popular right now, » Johnson said.

Google business view is a 360-degree panoramic virtual tour added to your Google business page and Google maps. « It increases your SEO dramatically, » Johnson said.

For more information on all video solutions call Dale Mahloch at HTR Media. (920) 686-2124, or contact him via email:

Chamber hosts Candidates Forum

The Chamber of Manitowoc County will host a Candidates Forum at noon March 2 at Lighthouse Inn with Two Rivers Common Council candidates including Kay Koach, Patrick Gagnon, Mark Bittner, Darla LeClair and Jack Powalisz.

Marcia Flaherty, Manitowoc Public School District superintendent, will give a presentation on the referendums on the spring ballot.

There is a $10 cost for the lunch, but those wishing to attend and not eat lunch are welcome to do so. Registration is requested. To register, or for more information, contact the Chamber, (920) 684-5575 or

Young Professionals Academy returns

Sail Young Professionals of Manitowoc County has brought back the Young Professionals Academy this year.

Americollect President CEO Kenlyn Gretz is the second of three speakers, set to present « Seven Tactical Leadership Items » at 5:30 p.m. March 4 at the Manitowoc Public School District Central Office, 2902 Lindbergh Dr.

For more information on the series, including cost, contact the Chamber of Manitowoc County, (920) 684-5575 or visit

Home Builders show March 20-22

Manitowoc County Home Builders Association will host its their 35th Annual Home Show, « Building Homes Families, » March 20-22 at the Manitowoc County Ice Center.

Booth space is available. Interested exhibitors can contact the MCHBA, (920) 684-6222 or visit for information. An estimated 1,500 people attend the show to see the latest in home and garden trends.

The association is offering free booth space to community service groups.

The Home Show has become a much-anticipated annual tradition in Manitowoc County since 1980 with many displays featuring exhibitors from Manitowoc County and surrounding areas. Builders, remodelers, suppliers and professionals from associated industries will have exhibits covering all aspects of home building and remodeling.

Industry professionals will be available to assist home show attendees with advice, ideas and literature about the latest products and newest technologies in home design, construction, room additions, kitchen and bathroom remodels, windows and much more!

The Home Show provides valuable product and service information for the beginning do-it-yourself remodeler as well as the consumer planning to build a new home.

Free seminars will also be offered Saturday. There will be a Women’s Expo on Sunday.

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