Volume One Partner Content Program

Volume One partners with local businesses, organizations, and individuals to present non-traditional editorial content that may be of interest to thousands of readers throughout the Chippewa Valley and beyond.

Posts created "in partnership" are sponsored by the partnering organization and may be created with their assistance or expertise.

Opportunities exist for partners to help readers discover this content on Volume One's website via blog posts, photos, or videos, or to find it through our robust email lists and social media followings.

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Partner Content

Thu. Dec. 7th, 2017

The Local Store: Locally-designed and handmade goods

"Hard work is how many of us in the Chippewa Valley define ourselves. But supporting the hard work of others is just as important. We collaborated with some of our favorite local makers for this short video about the store and the locally-designed ..."

Twas a Big Shop-Local Weekend [videos]

Mon. Nov. 27th, 2017

by Kiah Sexton, video by Joel Pearish

This year we took our enthusiasm up a notch and partnered with seven different retailers on the morning of Small Business Saturday for a series of Facebook Live broadcasts. So our crew loaded up on coffee and donuts and hit the streets.

Clarity of Purpose

Tue. Nov. 14th, 2017

Williams Diamond Center takes a personal approach to customers’ jewelry needs

Since its inception, Williams Diamond Center has specialized in fine jewelry, catering to customers who want cutting-edge trends as well as classics. In recent years, the store has added a focus on custom jewelry, thanks to in-house designer Teva Dekel, who works with customers to create personalized treasures.

Zoom Away Satisfied

Tue. Nov. 14th, 2017

Family-owned Chilson Automotive is an industry rarity, right here in our backyard

A Light Touch

Tue. Nov. 14th, 2017

Bed, Bath, & Drapery puts a spotlight on making your home beautiful

For Larry Kleist, the goal has always been to offer something you can’t find anywhere else in Eau Claire. Sure, you can find blinds, curtains, and other such items around town, but at Bed, Bath & Drapery, Kleist endeavors to carry high-quality products no one else is selling.

Quintessential Shopping

Tue. Nov. 14th, 2017

Foreign 5 is one-of-a-kind special occasion store

Foreign 5 has an array of women’s clothing and a seasonal gifts section. With racks featuring everything from carefully matched, earth-tone ensembles to blingy Green Bay gear, the fashion-forward will feel right at home. The gift department offers puzzles, magnets, and plenty of wall hangings with inspirational quotes.

Furnishing Fixture

Tue. Nov. 14th, 2017

Economy Furniture opens new location in its 75th year in business

Economy Furniture has been giving Chippewa Valley residents the opportunity to shop with their senses for 67 years from their current Chippewa Falls location and 75 years in total. Buster Pregent opened it under the name Pregent’s Furniture on Spring Street in Chippewa Falls in 1942.

The Informalist Defines "Farm-To-Table" in Tasty Video

Thu. Aug. 31st, 2017

The Informalist – a farm-to-table eatery in downtown Eau Claire’s Lismore Hotel – decided to show its customers exactly what “farm-to-table” means with a fun video showing off some of the people and places that make it happen ...

The Oxbow Hotel's New Video Is a Love Letter to Eau Claire

Wed. Aug. 9th, 2017

The Oxbow Hotel – the new downtown boutique hotel that completely transformed the block where the troubled Green Tree Inn was just a few years ago – has posted a new video showing a couple enjoying what downtown Eau Claire has to offer ...