It’s been a great year thus far for INTERSOURCE: growth, change, successes, teamwork, networking, opportunities, events, enhancements, and so much more. We thought we would let a few photos express some of what we “meme”:


Eric and Nancy have been at this for a while, along with many of their employees.  In celebration of 20 years in business, they hosted an evening of intrigue including music, imagery, magic, fortunes, and most importantly, good people.


On that same day, we lost a local legend. So we played some of Prince’s music and the skies opened up.


The celebration did indeed have a lot of laughter. We are very grateful to all who have supported us in various ways throughout the years. Thank you!

Selfie Meme


This spring, we were also proud to once again sponsor the floor covering for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Showcase Home Tour. It is a great privilege to work with so many amazing, dedicated ASID Designers on this project and the results are always excellent.


Here are a few of the areas we furnished with floor covering for this year’s tour:

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This summer included another tour we were pleased to be a part of, the Artisan Home Tour by Parade of Homes, that took place in June. Working with Great Neighborhood Homes, we furnished and installed rubber in the exercise room as well as carpet throughout this modern day cottage overlooking Minnehaha Creek.

Artisan Home Tour

See some of the products we provided below.  And, if you’re looking for inspiration, check out the images of this charming new build in Edina HERE.

Artisan Home Materials

July brought a trip to Texas to attend Building Buzz, a marketing conference for International Design Guild members and a wonderful opportunity to connect and bounce ideas off of other Design for a Difference (DFAD) supporters and participants in order to plan for future efforts. DFAD is a community-driven designer movement that brings interior designers together with socially conscious showrooms and other businesses to makeover needed spaces at local charities. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the video below to see our most recent DFAD project lead by the remarkably talented, Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design, as well as many other generous and gifted interior designers.




Immediately following Building Buzz came the ASID Chapter Leadership Conference (CLC) and since Nancy serves as the Communications Director for the ASID MN board, this was a much anticipated and mustn’t miss event! CLC is a multi-day conference that includes keynotes, education, training, idea sharing, and networking; the conference concludes with an Awards Gala called Celebration, which honors trail blazers within the design community. CLC is a national event occurring annually and rotating around the country. It was our good fortune that it landed in Minneapolis this year. Learn more about the full scope of the ASID Foundation here.

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Click on the video below to view Episode 7 of the fun and extensive remodeling project of WCCO radio host Jordana Green and her husband, Marc Grossfield, founder of AVIV 613 Vodka. Starting their lives together as a newly married couple has also included embarking on a complete renovation of a 1947 rambler!

We were privileged to work with Billy Beson of Billy Beson Company to furnish carpet and cushion for the project.

Go here to view the makeover from start to finish with excellent blog and video content by Marc and Jordana and then be sure to visit their featured home on the Midwest Home Magazine Luxury Remodeling Tour. Buy tickets and get more information about the tour here.


We are incredibly pleased to introduce our new Showroom Specialist, Kirsten Palony! Kirsten is a superb addition to our team and will be the first face you see when step through our doors. Get to know a little more about her here!

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Kirsten Palony – Showroom Specialist


Lastly, INTERSOURCE will be hosting a complimentary .1 CEU on Thursday, November 17, 2016 with an outstanding speaker, guaranteed to inspire positive change. See details below and RSVP today!

The Goal Formula
Free .1 CEU
IMS Suite 185 9:30 – 11:00 AM
Check-in and refreshments at INTERSOURCE, Inc. Suite 190 from 9:00 – 9:30 AM
Join speaker, author, and coach, Erik Therwanger, in a course designed to help you set and accomplish any goal — regardless of your circumstances. As the founder of Think GREAT, Erik draws from his experiences as a U.S. Marine, executive business leader, sales professional, and entrepreneur to help organizations achieve greater levels of success. In this course, he uniquely combines leadership development and goal‐setting into strategies and techniques that empower employees, sales teams, leaders, and business owners to exceed expectations. RSVP: kirsten.palony@intersource-inc.com. Please include your IDCEC number.

Thank you from all of us at INTERSOURCE. We appreciate your business and ongoing support and we look forward to seeing you soon!


October 23, 2015


Meet local designers who spearheaded the initiative along with celebrity designer Mark Brunetz at celebration and reveal event

BLOOMINGTON, MN: Bridging’s FOUND IT! Estate Store was chosen for a charity makeover as part of the Design for a Difference movement, taking place across North America. Sponsored locally by, Lucy Interior Design and Intersource, Bridging’s retail space received a complete transformation to create an inviting and user-friendly space. The public is invited to meet the Design for a Difference team along with celebrity designer and national spokesperson Mark Brunetz at the reveal event on Thursday, October 29th from 5-8pm.

Design for a Difference is the only community driven designer movement, sponsored by International Design Guild, bringing interior designers and businesses together to makeover spaces at local charities and nonprofit organizations.

The partnership began last April when design principal Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design contacted Bridging with the offer to transform a space of their choosing into something spectacular, inviting, and user friendly. Naturally, Bridging jumped at the idea. Having re-opened their FOUND IT! Estate Store in February 2015 with no budget for aesthetic improvements, Bridging requested a store makeover.

Local designers jumped into action this summer drawing inspiration from a tour of Bridging’s warehouse of household items and a shopping experience with Bridging clients. The FOUND IT! Estate Store was then given a complete floor to ceiling face lift, including a fresh coat of paint; updated flooring, lighting and display fixtures; and a vast selection of new and used merchandise for sale.

Bridging’s FOUND IT! Estate Store features 2,000 square feet of retail space with an eclectic mix of donated gently used furniture, home décor, distinctive and vintage items. Proceeds from the store’s sales go directly towards helping Bridging provide furniture and household goods to over 4,000 families and individuals in the Twin Cities Metro transitioning out of homelessness and poverty each year.

“This is just another way that our community can support Bridging and our clients. Proceeds from our sales will help us build awareness and fill inventory gaps. And if you’re a shopper, you’ll love the unique, one-of-a-kind selection.” said Mark Wilkening, Executive Director of Bridging.

The public is invited to help celebrate the FOUND IT! Estate Store big reveal, meet the Design for a Difference Team and celebrity designer Mark Brunetz while enjoying complimentary refreshments.
WHAT: Design for a Difference Reveal – FREE EVENT WHEN: Thursday, October 29 from 5-8 p.m. WHERE: FOUND IT! Estate Store 8098 Morgan Circle South, Bloomington

ABOUT BRIDGING: Bridging, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization serving the greater Twin Cities, is the largest furniture bank in the United States. Through the effective reuse of donated items, we improve lives by providing quality furniture and household goods to those transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. Full details can be found at www.bridging.org

ABOUT DESIGN FOR A DIFFERENCE: Design for a Difference is The International Design Guild’s first ever community-driven designer movement that brings socially conscious showrooms together with interior designers and other businesses to makeover needed spaces at local charities. More info at designforadifference.com

DESIGN FOR A DIFFERENCE PARTNERS AND DESIGNERS: International Design Guild, Design for a Difference, Lucy Interior Design, Intersource, Inc., Charlie & Co., Mary Hickey Interiors, Cheryl Kelsey Interior Design, Inunison Design, Katie Bassett Interiors, Design by Lisa, Fiddlehead Design Group,
Insite Interiors.

MEDIA ALERT: The media is invited to take a pre-event tour, take photos and conduct interviews with participating local designers, celebrity designer Mark Brunetz and Bridging representatives on Thursday, October 29th at FOUND IT! Estate Store 8098 Morgan Circle South, Bloomington. To schedule a time, please contact Tara Burns, Bridging Marketing & Communications, tara.burns@bridging.org or 952.460.1035.

INTERSOURCE — School of Thought

Summer is receding. Only the late bloomers, the Asters, the Goldenrods, the Toad Lilies, are showing their true colors. But, wait, so are the kids. Kids in their newly purchased stark white tennis shoes and fresh haircuts. New backpacks, colorful notebooks and pencil cases sit in the corners of bedrooms, kitchens, and mudrooms, in anticipation of the first day of school. Parents are counting the minutes —unless they have kindergartners, in which case, they are fretting them.

Another season come and gone.


INTERSOURCE, too, is looking ahead to a new season while also sporting our own version of white tennis shoes — we’re talking polished new employees! Tom Gross and Kelly Dahlman come to INTERSOURCE with a bounce in their step and a zest for making new relationships and providing excellent customer service. Read all about them here and be sure to say hello the next time you are in.



Playing Hooky

The summer provided many great opportunities to cultivate new business relationships and solidify existing ones. Fun was had along the way:

While the rest of us were plugging away at work, Sue Kimal (Commercial Account Manager) took a day to hang-out with the President —the president of IFMA (International Facility Management Association), that is. INTERSOURCE was the President’s Golf Cart Sponsor at this year’s IFMA Golf Tournament which meant Sue got to deck out a golf cart with INTERSOURCE paraphernalia and tool around the course with the IFMA president, who happily sported a carpet flapper dress custom made with tender loving care by Sue!


The Golden Rule

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. INTERSOURCE always tries to operate by this maxim, and by once again supporting the Design for a Difference (DFAD) movement, we hope we are succeeding.

Please stay tuned to learn more about this year’s DFAD efforts, led by Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interior Design (last year’s regional winner of the DFAD contest). DFAD has evolved to become a community driven movement that brings together socially conscious interior designers, showrooms, and other businesses to give back to those that give. This year, Bridging, a local nonprofit organization that provides furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty, was selected as the lucky recipient of a space remodel for their Found It! Estate Store where all proceeds benefit Bridging and its mission. Please save the date for a great evening dedicated to revealing the space makeover and to showcasing the vignettes designed by local award-winning designers. It should be a magical evening!

Thursday October 29th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. More info to come.

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Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s ASID MN Showcase Home Tour is right around the corner. This is your chance to view top design trends and the creative output of over 20 interior designers.

INTERSOURCE can’t wait to see how it all comes together and is proud to furnish and install the hardwood floors and carpet for this year’s Minneapolis home. Don’t miss the transformation!

Tours run September 18 – October 11, and there are 11 special events. Learn more and purchase tickets at mspmag.com/hometour.

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The Final Bell

We know this is a particularly busy time of year, so we appreciate you taking the time to read our Latest News! We hope you’ve had a wonderful summer and that we get the privilege of seeing you in the weeks ahead!



With gardening season finally here, we’re setting our sights on growing more than just pretty flowers. Quite contrary to the nursery rhyme, we don’t need silver bells or cockle shells to grow our garden; we aim to grow our relationship with you!


Since our job is to make yours easier, we strive to provide exceptional service in an environment that stays fresh and varied. Tending our metaphorical garden means making perennial changes; next time you stop in, you will find new sample displays for ease of use in solving your design challenges, and our product lines are constantly being weeded, pruned and planted to provide the best offerings possible.

We’ve recently updated our website for a better user experience and our staff composition is changing as well. INTERSOURCE added a vibrant new employee this winter: Meet Sue Kimal, our new commercial sales Account Manager. Look here to learn more about Sue and why we think you’re really going to like her!


We are also welcoming a new residential Account Manager to our team. Tom Gross will be adding some great new energy and talent to INTERSOURCE. We look forward to introducing him to you soon!

Speaking of new sprouts, Karah had a baby girl this winter. Consequently we have ourselves a new floor covering mascot, already growing like a weed – but much, much, more beautiful! (On a side note, we are thrilled to report that Karah is back to the office full-time!)



In terms of adding more beauty to the planet, we had the great honor of working with Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interiors on a very special project. Last fall, Lucy, along with INTERSOURCE, were the proud regional winners of Design for a Difference (DFAD) 2014. Check out Lucy’s makeover video here and the grand prize winning makeover video here.

This year, DFAD is not a competition, it’s a full-on movement! In collaboration with Lucy and her team, we are spreading the word of this grass-roots campaign to affect positive change in our communities. Please stay tuned for more information in the coming months.

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And, in the coming months, if you are in the market for a new vacuum cleaner, we recommend visiting the Carpet & Rug Institute’s (CRI) website here to find a list of recommended vacuum cleaners.

You will find answers to these common questions:

  • What type of vacuum should I buy?
    Use a vacuum that has been tested and approved under CRI’s Seal of Approval / Green Label program for vacuums. The SOA/GL program tests for soil removal, dust containment and carpet appearance retention.
  • I have wool carpet, should I use a beater bar/brush when I vacuum?
    It is recommended for wool carpets to use a vacuum cleaner that has suction only.
  • Should the new vacuum cleaner I purchase have a HEPA filter?
    Not necessarily. Look for vacuums carrying the CRI Seal of Approval/Green Label vacuum cleaner testing program label. Many vacuums in the CRI SOA/GL program are not HEPA filter units, yet are very effective at dust containment. HEPA filters may add additional cost to the overall operational cost of the vacuum

Proper maintenance makes a huge difference to the life of your floor coverings. Never hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns.

We are here to help in all ways possible. Together, we hope to make this summer a spectacular season of growth!

Thank you for your business and ongoing support!



First off, Happy New Year! Welcome to 2015! We wish you and yours a blessed new year full of good health, peace, and friendship.

While we are happily settling into 2015 and looking forward to a wonderful new year, we are also reflecting on the past. Here are just a few highlights from 2014 and what excites us about the coming year:


2014 brought great new staff to INTERSOURCE:


Peggy joins us as an Account Manager, Krista as the Director of First Impressions, and Erin is our new Project Coordinator/Expeditor. Please visit the Our People page to read more about each of these stellar additions and while you’re tooling around, check out our new staff images and the subtle but refreshing changes to our site. We sure hope you like it!

Soon there will be another new face added to the Our People page. Come February, INTERSOURCE will be welcoming Sue Kimal as an Account Manager for Commercial Sales. Sue is a motivated people-person with a great sense of humor and a vast knowledge of the industry including a great understanding of the technical side of commercial floor covering from her 20 + years of Commercial Interior Design experience. We think she’s going to be a great fit and a wonderful resource for our clients.


The end of summer brought some happy news!

First, our efforts to promote Design for a Difference, a national interior design contest that gives the winning charity a space makeover worth $25,000 in retail goods and services, and four regional winners $2,000 in goods and services towards their makeovers, proved to be fruitful for our community. Local designer and our treasured client, Lucy Penfield of Lucy Interiors, won the Midwest Region with her thoughtful makeover design for Free Arts Minnesota. We were honored to promote the contest and collaborate on the project. Thanks to many generous donations, Lucy was able to complete her full vision for the space. Check out the before and after shots below and stay-tuned for a video highlighting the project:

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Like Us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, and/or Subscribe to our Latest News RSS feed to learn what’s in store for this year’s Design for a Difference event and to watch the inspiring makeover video documenting Lucy and other winning designers in a whirlwind of creative forces, as they collaborate with celebrity designer and International Design Guild (IDG) spokesperson, Mark Brunetz, to revitalize the Grand Prize recipient, Operation Breakthrough of Kansas City, KS.


The other happy news we received a few months back was wonderful recognition by the University of Minnesota which we are proud to share:



Riding the good vibes wave, we quickly landed into December where we hosted the ASID Holiday Party for its members. It was a jolly event, with live holiday music, scrumptious vittles, gorgeous flowers donated by Wisteria, and most importantly, an eclectic bunch of talented design professionals brimming with holiday cheer.

More big cheer is in store for Karah who is seconds away from having a baby. We can’t wait to meet her baby girl!

Karah's Shower


Eric and Nancy spent last week in Las Vegas discovering great new product for the coming year, which also marks the start of INTERSOURCE’s 20th year in business!

                                               A Sneak Peek of Brand New Product on the Horizon

Eric and Nancy and all of INTERSOURCE are grateful for your support over the years and look forward to the next 20 years of serving you! INTERSOURCE aspires to be your first and best floor covering source. We know we can’t do that without your valued input, so please do not hesitate to share ways our showroom and services can better fit your needs.

Best to all in 2015!

Showroom 2015






INTERSOURCE – Music, Love and Wacky Dogs

It’s that time of year again: Holiday plans are forming, Black-Friday advertisements are being flung on to the driveway in translucent green plastic bags disguised as news (only to learn Black-Friday is on Thursday this year), outdoor holiday lights are popping up little by little, and even though you haven’t quite lost last year’s extra stuffing, the words “Please pass the mashed potatoes” are already forming on your lips. Gym memberships are extended or reactivated, wishful-thinking items top your “wish” list; things like cross country skis, jump ropes, tennis shoes, elastic waist bands. ‘Tis the season.

And, ‘tis the season to give thanks.

The prevailing theme for INTERSOURCE’s staff this year is feeling incredibly grateful for good health, family and friends.  Here are a few others:

Mary – Blessed at the promise of becoming a grandmother for the first time this spring.

Eric – Thankful for the INTERSOURCE staff and the laughter they bring to the office, plus his beautiful wife, strong girls, wacky dogs and cycling.

Karah – Grateful for a long weekend.

Don – Great coworkers and the happy energy at INTERSOURCE.

Nancy – All the wonderful people in her life, plus fires in the fireplace, music, and most importantly – LOVE!

Amy – Thankful for lazy days where there’s nothing to do but hunker down with her spouse, 2 kids and funny little dog.

All of us at INTERSOURCE feel extremely fortunate for the blessings in our personal and professional lives, including our wonderful clients, vendors, installers, and peers – namely you!

It would be great to see you. Stop by and see our recently revamped space. Our conference room, formerly known as our Ping-Pong room, has been reorganized to increase the volume of showroom samples available to check-out for you and your clients’ convenience.

Need another reason to stop by?

International Market Square (IMS) has initiated an ongoing program called FYI@IMS.  On the first Thursday of each month, four participating and diverse showrooms, varying each month, will host a session geared towards the needs of the design professional. Presentations could include spotlighting new or existing product lines ranging from fabrics, lighting, flooring, area rugs, art, kitchen and bath, to educational and motivational seminars. Presentation times will be scheduled at 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM, each taking approximately 45 minutes. Plan to come for one, some, or all.

INTERSOURCE will be participating in our first FYI @ IMS on Thursday December 5th at 2:00PM.

Travel back in time at INTERSOURCE (IMS Suite 190) for Afternoon Tea and Biscuits while discovering the beauty of DuChateau Floors. Jay Weinfuss will capture your imagination presenting wide-plank floor covering replicating European styles from centuries ago, along with the DuChateau Vinyl Deluxe line, and the Earnest Hemingway Collection. What better way to spend your time, than traveling back in it.  And, you may just win a prize, too!

RSVP to bspanier@intersource-inc.com by Monday December 2nd.

Looking for more prize opportunities? Like us on Facebook between now and December 5th for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card. Share any post and get additional entries into the drawing.

INTERSOURCE, a love story

January 16th, 2013 marked the 17th anniversary of INTERSOURCE, the day two high school sweet hearts finally realized the implications of a heart-shaped candy given so many years ago: “You Floor Me!” it read – or at least it’s conceivable they gave one saying that, along with “Be Mine”, “U R Cute”, and “XOXO”. 

17 years ago, with baby in belly, INTERSOURCE was born in the basement of Eric and Nancy’s then Bryn Mawr home. (Their first-born daughter arrived four months later…in a hospital.) With two infants – one a baby, one a company – they settled in for the long-haul.  All these years later, INTERSOURCE has grown into a twelve-person team located in International Market Square and their family into a busy house-hold with two teenaged daughters and an unflappable blue-eyed husky. The parallels of business ownership and parenthood have not gone unnoticed: the exhilaration, the sleepless nights, the protectiveness, the teachable moments, the unexpected lessons, the learning to let-go while keeping boundaries intact. Through the ups and downs, Eric and Nancy find themselves, 17 years into this life-changing commitment, filled with deep pride and, even more so, grateful hearts for all those who have helped them along the way.

Unfortunately, we are saying goodbye to Cassie White who has been an excellent support person for the team. Life has a way of pulling you back by your roots and so it is for Cassie. She is returning to her hometown in Des Moines, IA. She will be missed, but we wish her all the best in all that awaits her back home.

As we carefully select the right support person to replace Cassie, please feel free to pass on our name to any candidates you feel would be great contributors to our company. Adding someone new to the team is always a thoughtful process and always a bit of a gamble; but on the other hand, it can end up a perfect match.

Speaking of gambling, not that they are the gambling types, but Eric and Nancy recently took to Vegas for a two-part escapade. No, not to try their hand at Black Jack followed by a bender at the slot machines, but to follow-through on a bet they placed last year when they became exclusive members of International Design Guild (IDG), a robust luxury floor covering alliance that offers programs to members including access to exclusive products, benefits of collective buying, and excellent operational tools; the second part of their trip was attending Surfaces, an annual floor covering industry-wide event bringing together buyers and sellers from across the globe to network, learn and explore new product.

Some highlights of both events:


  • The design trend for a pattern/motif this year is the chevron, (think zigzags).
  • Grays are hot, as are whites; although white is often a little scary for us Minnesotans!
  • Chinese floor covering resources are continuing to expand into our marketplace.
  • In an effort to reduce costs, some high-end woven carpet mills have turned to an improved printing process as opposed to exclusively weaving their material and are manufacturing poly, poly/wool or nylon/wool blends where historically they only produced 100% wool.

The IDG summit

  • As newbies to the program, Eric and Nancy were able to reconnect with fellow newcomers, specifically two brothers from Santa Barbara with a similar business model. Eric and Nancy enjoyed comparing notes with Justin and Michael of AC Ramirez, Inc. on their first year as guild members, as well as networking with long-standing members who graciously shared their knowledge. INTERSOURCE garnered a wealth of information from their insights and experiences and looks forward to putting relevant ideas in to place in 2013, promising to make it a stand-out year!
  • An introduction to an exciting new spokesperson for IDG, Mark Brunetz. Mark is an Emmy award-winning co-host of Style Network’s “Clean House”. As a talented designer, author and speaker, Mark brings immediacy to IDG which is amplified by his visibility, commitment to excellence, and his enthusiasm. 
  • Mark interviewed ASID national president Barbara Marini. Eric and Nancy were struck by her passion for interior design and its impact on the human experience. They were also impressed by ASID’s commitment to further developing relationships in the global market. ASID’s efforts to partner with IDG reinforced the value of INTERSOURCE’s affiliation with the guild as well as further revealing the breadth of those invested in its success.
  • Excellent new improvements to the IDG website are on the horizon, providing user friendly resources for members and clients alike. Please stay tuned, it should prove to be a valuable tool.
  • Many exciting new Dabbieri introductions coming to our showroom over the coming months; the current count of expected arrivals is 845 samples – all available to check-out from our showroom for your added convenience!
  • An exciting contest for Designers soon to be revealed! Here’s a teaser: A 20K Grand prize will be rewarded to a charity of your choice, and if that’s not enough, great PR for your business! More info will be rolled-out soon. In the interim, please Like Us on Facebook, or Follow Us on Twitter to stay in the loop.

Due to INTERSOURCE’s stellar staff, colleagues, wonderful installers, vendors, and clients, Eric and Nancy are feeling the love and looking forward to another 17 years! 

Happy Valentine’s Day to each of you!

Design for a Difference!

Can you imagine your favorite local charity with a better space to carry out their good works? Well, that’s all it takes to Design for a Difference!
Spread the word to all local interior designers and architects you know, INTERSOURCE, Inc., in partnership with International Design Guild (IDG), is launching Design for a Difference, an interior design contest that will give the winning design professional $20,000 in goods and resources to makeover a space for a local charity of their choice.
Four regional winners will also be selected and earn $2,500 in flooring for their charity while joining the winning design team in bringing the project to fruition.
Check out the video and stay tuned for more info…

Free CEU and Contest Launch

Networking for Design Professionals CEU and Design for a Difference Contest Launch

Time: 9 – 10:30ish
Location: IMS Suite 185; Yogurt Bar and Tasty Treats Reception following in IMS Suite 190

Speaker: Kathleen Callahan
Topic: Networking for Design Professionals  Whether you are just starting out or an established design professional, having an established and reliable method of creating new business is critical to success. This course provides a practical approach to effective networking as a way to develop contacts and generate new projects:
• The difference between networking and socializing
• The benefits of networking your business
• The different types of networking
• Identifying and targeting networking groups
• Planning a networking approach
• Making impact with your introduction (30 second elevator speech)
• Working the room and getting the most out of an event
• Networking etiquette: introductions, socializing, follow up
Cost: Free
CEU: .1
Topic: Design for a Difference                                                                                                        Win $20,000 to Redesign a Space for your Favorite Charity!
Join INTERSOURCE, Inc., a member of the International Design Guild, as they launch Design for a Difference, an interior design contest that will give the winning design professional $20,000 in goods and resources to makeover a local charity of their choice as well as collaborating with celebrity designer, Mark Brunetz, of Clean House fame.
Four regional winners will also be selected and earn $2,500 in flooring for their charity while also having the opportunity to be a part of the make-over team on the grand-prize project and featured in the promotional makeover video.
Yogurt Bar and Tasty Treats Reception following the CEU and Launch in IMS Suite 190
RSVP: Kait Ziebell at 612-377-0499 or  kziebell@intersource-inc.com