In The Spotlight
We paid a visit to Tabono Law to catch up with Founder Shon Cook this week to do our weekly chat! Shon is a sponsor and contributor of the Muskegon Channel and she's a master at making what's difficult in the world of legal speak understandable and accessible to those who don't practice in the field. It's that expertise boiled down to a conversational approach that is what makes Shon the immediate choice for so many when it comes to Family Law in West Michigan.
We've been careful in our approach with the marijuana industry. With the legalization of marijuana in Michigan, there was an instant flood of product on the market and not an awful lot of knowledge about things like how much is too much, how the products are sourced and how companies came in with substantial investments which are really beneficial, but lacked some of that educational stuff on proper use. We're judgement free, it's a legal product now and for those who choose, or use for medicinal purposes they have seen it as a long time coming.
Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder. When you are sleeping, apnea causes you to stop breathing while you sleep. It's a problem that many have and unless the proper steps are taken to diagnose the issue and find a therapeutic way to treat it, the subsequent effects of this can limit your "waking hours" and health a great deal.
It's been a remarkable 15 years since the very first No More Sidelines Gala. All those years ago, Cyndi Blair came along and asked if Dave Kaechele and I would consider being the emcee's for the event, and bewlidered....as to why anyone would ask, they agreed. It was a bit of an unexpected request to get a couple of clowns who pick on each other on the radio to emcee an event the size of what No More Sidelines was promising, but...let's give it a try. It was the beginning of a relationship that has grown, endured and assured that kids in Muskegon never have to feel like an outsider.
We strive to provide a value to out sponsors, and when we're asked by a local company about working with us, we try very hard to go above and beyond to exceed expectations. Our first visit to Benson Drug was a couple of years ago. It was just past their 100th Anniversary in Muskegon as a business and since then, our relationship has grown in a number of ways. A couple of weeks ago, Owner Randy Dahlquist honored us with a call asking if he could sponsor our work. We found a fit.