|DOWDLE FOLK ART|
|This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.Eric Dowdle travels and paints the world. From Lombard Street in San Francisco to the famous Pike’s Market in Seattle to Ottawa, Canada, he is painting the world one city at a time. Eric travels to these destinations around the world and does big-time market research to really get his head around the city he wants to paint. It’s important to Eric to completely capture his subject so folks can relate â€¦ And relate they do.
Â If you haven’t had a chance to try your hand at one of his famous Dowdle puzzles â€¦. you’ve got to give it a go. His paintings, puzzles and calendars are so popular his company sells millions every year in Costco, Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club across the U.S. and Canada.
Eric’s folk artist style is so beautifully unique you haven’t seen anything like it, and he completely connects with people. From a business or a personal standpoint, you or your company can pay for a sponsorship to be memorialized with a puzzle. Not only are you featured in a Dowdle puzzle, your puzzles are distributed across North America and can be part of your marketing outreach. What a great idea to be in Eric’s puzzle for your company’s anniversary or to extend your brand. We’re talking about companies like Ghirardelli, Starbucks and Jones Soda.
In fact, Eric says, “great people are the key to my art.” Steve Pemberton, the CEO of Dowdle Folk Art, is a nice complement to Eric and does a great job working with the employees who make up this Lindon company. Their social media is heating up, especially Dowdledaily.com, a blog where Eric shares some of his adventures in travel.
To show you the direction of Dowdle Folk Art, they brought their manufacturing back to the United States and are pleased with the quality and the enhanced customer experience.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
Dowdle Folk Art
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