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Spotlight Media To Host Business After Hours

Spotlight Media To Host Business After Hours

Photos courtesy of FMWF Chamber of Commerce

Spotlight Media is hosting the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours at the Holiday Inn in Fargo on Thursday, August 17, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Widely recognized as the region’s most effective networking opportunity, Business After Hours is a local event that gives businesses an outlet to promote and create opportunities in the area. With roughly 60 different local companies attending, this unique networking event allows participants to converse with industry leaders, vendors and representatives from a variety of organizations.

August 2015 - Business After Hours with Spotlight Media

“The Chamber, and specifically Business After Hours, has been such an integral part of Spotlight Media’s success,” said Andrew Jason, Spotlight Media’s editorial director. “We’re so excited to be able to host the event and hopefully make many lasting business connections.”

August 2015 - Business After Hours with Spotlight Media

Participants must be 21 years of age or older to attend. Admission is $25 prior to midnight the Wednesday before the event, and tickets bought at the door will be $35 (rates include appetizers and two drink tickets). The event features food, drinks and a fun laid-back atmosphere that anyone can grow their list of contacts in. Each attendee will leave with a free Spotlight Media tote bag stuffed with this month’s magazines and Spotlight Media will also do a variety of drawings for prizes throughout the night.

We’re happy to be a part of this widely recognized event, and we’ll see you there!

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

WHAT: Business After Hours

WHO: Hosted by Spotlight Media (Brought to you by the FMWF Chamber)

WHERE: Holiday Inn (3803 13th Ave. S., Fargo)

WHEN: Thursday, August 17 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

ADMISSION: $25 if paid prior to midnight the Wednesday before the event, $35 at the gate
* Price of admission includes appetizers and two drink ticket.

MORE INFO.: For additional information, visit fmwfchamber.com or contact Bobbi Jo at 218.359.0525 or brehder@fmwfchamber.com.

Meet Our New Content Strategist, Sam Herder

Meet Our New Content Strategist, Sam Herder

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded.

Meet our new content strategist, Sam Herder, and learn what makes him a perfect fit for our company.

Sam Herder | Content Strategist

Sam Herder

“I grew up in Breckenridge, Minnesota, which is about 45 minutes south of Fargo. I attended NDSU from 2011-2015, where I worked at the campus newspaper, ‘The Spectrum,’ as the sports editor and eventual editor-in-chief. Pursuing my journalism degree, I got great experience covering the Bison’s first four national titles. After graduation, I worked in the newspaper industry as a sports reporter for a couple years before joining Spotlight Media.”

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“Nothing too specific, as long as I’m with friends, laughing and having a good time. Whether that’s on a pontoon, around a bonfire or just watching games on TV.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“I loved the ‘Shiloh’ book series growing up. I’m more of a TV series guy than movies, and ‘Friday Night Lights’ is my favorite series.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“I was born January 1 in a town of 8,000 people but was not the first baby born that year at that hospital.”

What originally drew you to Spotlight Media?
“I’ve always wanted to get back to Fargo eventually in some sort of writing position. Along with being able to cover the Bison again as one part of the job, this was a perfect fit.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“Getting to know the F-M metro better overall as a community.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“Joe Kerlin’s so I could get his parking pass.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Will Ferrell because he would be able to make my life seem more entertaining than it really is.”

Our August Magazines Are Here!

Our August Magazines Are Here!

From historic tales of Fargo-Moorhead’s past to an insider’s peek at what’s next for Carson Wentz, the August magazines have it all. Check out our list of magazines that are out this month and see which one sparks your interest.

Each magazine is available by stand distribution throughout the Fargo-Moorhead area and select locations around the state. You can read Fargo Monthly, Design and Living Magazine and Fargo INC! online or subscribe to Bison Illustrated to get the magazine delivered right to your door every month. Subscribe to Bison Illustrated here.  For more information about Spotlight Media’s publications, visit spotlightmediafargo.com/magazines.

Fargo Monthly The Yesteryears

Fargo Monthly

We dug our heads into the archives and consulted historians, experts and veteran locals to excavate tales from Fargo-Moorhead’s past. Also in this issue: Piper Kerman Q&A, onyx + pearl inside look, alcohol + cheese pairings with Luna Fargo.

Design and Living Outdoor issue

Design & Living Magazine

This month, you can spend your leisure time soaking up luxurious views of these outdoor paradises. Then enjoy original content from some of your favorite contributors, including Katie Sullivan, Maria Bosak and Trever Hill.

Fargo INC Scheels

Fargo INC!

If you’re one of SCHEELS’ more than 6,000 employees, you’re not likely to forget the sporting-goods giant’s core values—they all begin with the letter “p,” after all. Straight from the mouth of team members, learn more about “The SCHEELS Way” and the role the company’s values play in its 115-year run of success.

Bison Illustrated Carson Wentz

ESPN senior correspondent Sal Paolantonio tells us what’s next for Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. Wentz has become the poster child for not only Bison football and North Dakota State, he has evolved into the face of North Dakota. The Bismarck native returned to his home state this summer to launch some pretty exciting stuff. We were there to capture it all.

Meet Our New Photographer

Meet Our New Photographer

Photos by Paul Flessland

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded.

Meet our photographer and learn what makes her a perfect fit for our company.

Hillary Ehlen | Photographer

Hillary Ehlen

“I’m from West Fargo, North Dakota, and attended NDSU for visual arts with an emphasis in photography. Previous to Spotlight Media, I worked for Vanity, Inc. as a product photographer and also own a freelance photography business.”

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I love any type of concert or live music, traveling whenever I can, drawing, watching dance, and attempting to garden.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“My favorite book is ‘The Secret Life of Bees.'”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“I’m super competitive and I’m allergic to basically everything.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“The company culture! I had a few friends who worked here and it seemed like they were always having fun and genuinely loved their jobs.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“The opportunity to photograph such a wide variety of subjects. Being a photographer is really fun because sometimes having a camera around your neck gives you an automatic backstage pass to places and events you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see or attend. I’m excited to see what kind of cool situations I can get myself into.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“I’d keep my own because it’s the coolest.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Jake Johnson (aka Nick Miller from New Girl). He’s a guy but I’m convinced we are the same person.”

Check out Hillary Ehlen’s photography at hillaryehlen.com.

Spotlight Media Is Hiring For A Variety Of Positions

Spotlight Media Is Hiring For A Variety Of Positions

Spotlight Media is constantly growing. If you’re looking for a new career in a creative and fast-paced environment, join our diversely skilled team. Spotlight Media has a variety of open positions available, anything from a distribution driver to designer to business operations assistant. See if any are right for you.

You can learn more about the positions below or visit our careers page and apply today!

Spotlight Media is a North Dakota publishing company. We publish over one million printed magazines per year. Our monthly publications include Fargo MonthlyFargo INC!Bison Illustrated and Design & Living Magazine. The team manages the editorial process, design, distributions, sales, web, mobile platforms and more.

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Introducing Our 3 New Interns

Introducing Our 3 New Interns

Photos by Paul Flessland

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded.

Meet our three new interns and learn what makes them a perfect fit for our company.

Tatiana Hasbargen | Admin/Business Operations Intern

“I graduated high school from Dilworth Glyndon Felton in 2014 and started college at NDSU that fall. I’m currently a senior at NDSU double majoring in marketing and global business, and I also have a minor in sociology. Before Spotlight, I was, and currently still am, a server at Lucky’s 13 in Fargo.”

Tatiana Hasbargen

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I love to travel, some may say it’s an obsession of mine. When I’m not working, in class, or studying, I’m most likely at a coffee shop or sitting outside (weather permitting, of course) researching and planning where I want to go next.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“Something that may be surprising to some is that I played hockey when I was in fourth grade. Something that is not so surprising is that I wasn’t very good, I was a forward and I scored one goal. I played quite a few different sports that year—I was better at some than others—and I will venture to disclose that I peaked athletically that year. Even though I was not the female version of T.J. Oshie, hockey is still my favorite sport. My family is a big hockey family so it will always have a place in my heart.

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“I was drawn to Spotlight Media by the quality of the magazines published and the growth that the company has seen in its few years as a company.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“I’m most excited about being part of a company that has so much support and outreach. It’s exciting for not only everyone here at Spotlight but also the entire FM community.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“If I could switch jobs with someone within Spotlight Media, I think I would switch with Editorial Director Andrew Jason. Mainly because Editorial Director Tatiana Hasbargen has a beautiful ring to it. I also think it would be awesome to work directly with the content of the magazines and the finalization steps.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“If Hollywood made a movie about my life, I think I would pick Emma Watson to be cast as me, partly because I love British accents. Also because we then would be forced to get to know each other and I could ask her about her life, her accomplishments surrounding women’s rights and what she wants to do next.”

Anushree Kesurvala | Intern

“I was born and brought up in India in the state called Gujarat, which is on the West Coast. Currently, I’m studying for my undergraduate degree in business administration and management at Purdue University, Indiana. I completed two years at Purdue and will be a junior in the fall of 2017.”

Anushree Kesurvala

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I love singing and reading during my free time. Also, I’m a fan of stand-up comedies. They are my stress-busters.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“My favorite book is ‘Matilda.’ I have been a big fan of Roald Dahl and have read all his books. I was more inspired by the character when I was selected to be a part of the school skit for one of the scenes. The character Matilda indirectly also encouraged me to read more.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“I have been learning Indian Classical Music since sixth grade and am also a part of an acapella group on campus.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“As I love to read about startups, I recently came across Fargo INC!, which gave me a lot of information about entrepreneurship and business at Fargo, thus I got interested in learning more by being a part of the community.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“I look forward to learning about new resources and gain versatile experience in advertising and public relations. I’m really excited for my journey with Spotlight Media.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“I would switch my job with Jenny Johnson as I think that being a client relations manager is one of the most amazing things to do. Furthermore, she is always so cheerful!”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“I would like Anne Hathaway to play my role as I loved her character in the movie ‘The Devil Wears Prada.’ Also, I just love her smile!

“P.S. I have watched that movie at least 20 times.”

Ruth Olson | Marketing Intern

“Born and bred in Fargo, North Dakota. I go to Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, and major in marketing. Before working at Spotlight Media, I have worked as a nanny, office assistant, bartender and waitress.”

Ruth Olson

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“If I’m not at work, I try to spend as much time as possible at the lake during the summer months. I love make-up, fashion, decorating, gardening and playing with my dogs. I enjoy watching sports, especially hockey, traveling, skiing and going to concerts.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“My top three favorite movies are ‘Step Brothers,’ ‘Bridesmaids’ and ‘Forrest Gump.’ I don’t think I can pick just one!”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us.
“I have a tattoo on the inside of my lower lip!”

What drew you to Spotlight Media initially?
“I was attracted to Spotlight Media because the company has so many different areas where I can gain experience. They are growing and have an innovative staff.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“I’m looking forward to learning and growing with Spotlight Media.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Jennifer Lawerence! I would want her to play the role of me in the movie of my life because then we would become best friends. My plan is foolproof. We would have to hang out for awhile so she can get to know me, my mannerisms and perfect my ‘North Dakota’ accent. Then we would be devastated that filming is over because we had so much fun these couple months and then she would look me dead in the eyes and ask, ‘Did we just become best friends? Yup.'”

Take A Peek At Our July Magazines

Take A Peek At Our July Magazines

While you relax at the lake this month, kick back with our newest issues! Check out our list of magazines that are out this month and see which one sparks your interest.

Each magazine is available by stand distribution throughout the Fargo-Moorhead area and select locations around the state. You can read Fargo Monthly, Design and Living Magazine and Fargo INC! online or subscribe to Bison Illustrated to get the magazine delivered right to your door every month. Subscribe to Bison Illustrated here.  For more information about Spotlight Media’s publications, visit spotlightmediafargo.com/magazines.

Fargo Monthly July 2017

Fargo Monthly

Welcome to our first ever pet-themed issue! We took readers’ frequently asked questions to various animal experts in Fargo-Moorhead so that residents can be the best parents for their fur-ever friends and also help area animals in need. Also in this issue: Woodrow Apartments walk-through with Kilbourne Group, TEDxFargo event preview.

Design and Living Magazine July 2017

Design & Living Magazine

Summer is at its peak, so go ahead and sit on the beach with your toes in the sand, crack open a copy of our latest issue and take a vacation with us as we road trip through the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Then, on our way back to Fargo, we’ll introduce you to local artist Pam Killerlain and visit with Maria Bosak about her latest farmhouse project.

Fargo INC! July 2017

It’s the question no one can seem to answer definitively: Why aren’t more girls going into high-tech fields? We assembled a panel of five FM-area women working in tech to try and figure out why. Also in this issue: A tour of the YWCA Emergency Shelter, the evolution of Drone Focus Conference and some considerations before opening a satellite office.

Bison Illustrated July 2017

Bison Illustrated

We have the answers to all the biggest fan questions in the July issue of Bison Illustrated. Director of Athletics Matt Larsen acknowledges Bison Nation as one of the more knowledgeable fan bases in the country, and he does his best to address some of the most pressing issues at North Dakota State.

Introducing Spotlight Media’s 2 New Interns

Introducing Spotlight Media’s 2 New Interns

Photos by Paul Flessland

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded.

Meet our two new interns and learn what makes them a perfect fit for our company.

Nick Hackl | Business Operations Intern

Nick Hackl Spotlight Media

“I’m from the Twin Cities, more specifically Plymouth, Minnesota. I went to Wayzata High School, which is known for a variety of our sports as well as the large number of students who attend the school (close to 4,000). I just finished my junior year at NDSU pursuing business management, following the footsteps of my Dad and continuing to run our family business called RMH Business Solutions, which helps small business owners in a one-stop shop to get payroll, corporation taxes, bookkeeping and many others all done at the same place. The company is a franchise and I hope to be able to fly out to the different locations and see what is doing well for the owners and what could be improved in a way that will increase revenue.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“Some fun things about me are that I started playing sports at a very young age and kept wanting to learn how to play a different sport each year. Due to that, I have played most sports: basketball, soccer, baseball, karate, cross-country running and skiing, track and field, football, dance, gymnastics, etc. Another fun thing is that freshmen year, I participated in reading a book a day. These books have ranged from leadership to motivation to even management.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“Throughout my Internship, I hope to accomplish what the operation side of a company all entails as well as how to overcome obstacles to keep a company thriving.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“If I could switch jobs with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, it would be Mike. The reason for this is I want to see how stressful it really is owning a company and waking up every morning asking the same question day after day: How can I make an impact not only to the people around me but also to the community?”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“And if Hollywood made a movie about my life, I would like to see Chris Pratt play me because in the industry he is one of the nicest actors out there and genuinely enjoys being in movies and not just trying to see what movie would make him the most money. And so for that, I would want someone to play me who is known for being nice and genuine just like many have told me countless times.”

Kyle Gliva | Accounting Intern

“I am from Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, and I plan on graduating from NDSU with a degree in accounting/finance next year. For my previous two jobs, I worked as a sod laborer and as a warehouse worker, so this job is completely new to me.”

Kyle Gliva Spotlight Media

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I’m on the NDSU wrestling team and I spend plenty of time with that, so I’m not sure if I consider that a hobby or another job. Besides that, I love to golf, lift weights, and sleep.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
Book: “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien
Movie: “Goodwill Hunting”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“I’ve never left the country.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“Saw the intern position posted on my career page, and it looked like an interesting position.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“I am looking forward to learning how a business operates from an internal perspective and how to account for it and making new relationships.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“Not really sure, Mike probably.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Brad Pitt, similar looks.”

Introducing Spotlight Media’s 3 New Team Members

Introducing Spotlight Media’s 3 New Team Members

Photos by Paul Flessland

Spotlight Media is constantly growing and changing. As we’re sad to see team members leave, we’re always excited to announce our newest hires. Since all our employees come from a wide range of backgrounds, each member offers unique skills that help the Spotlight Media team become even stronger and more well-rounded.

Meet our three new team members and learn what makes them a perfect fit for our company.

Scott Rorvig | Sales Representative

“I grew up in on a cattle ranch outside of McVille, North Dakota (population of 500), and attended Dakota Prairie High School playing all sports possible. Then graduated from NDSU with a degree in sports management with a minor in business management during which I worked for the F-M RedHawks and NDSU Athletics. Post graduation, I have worked with Red River Financial and Eldermark Software.”

Scott Rorvig Spotlight Media

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I am a huge basketball guy, it has kind of dominated my life up to this point. I’m slowly opening up to new activities, such as snowboarding, running, biking. Anything to keep active/busy. Also big music guy, I have it playing about 90% of the day. If I could trade in all the lyrics in my head for useful knowledge, I may be a doctor.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
Favorite book: “Blind Your Ponies” and “Shoe Dog”
Movie: “Dazed and Confused” and “Wolf of Wall Street”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“Graduated top four in my high school class … with a class size was 16. 🙂  I’m the only rancher to memorize all of Kanye’s songs—self-proclaimed.”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“I love what it does for Fargo, showcases all the good that’s going on in our community. Also, I believe it is a company that will only constituent to grow and makes a good impact overall.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“I love getting out in the community and meeting the people that make the F-M area go and hopefully I can help them and their business do more of that in the future.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“Probably, Photographer Paul Flessland. I love photography. I am not really good at it unless you count anything done on an iPhone.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“I got to go with my man, Justin Bieber. We have to see if he has any acting chops.
Reason: C’mon, it’s the Biebs!”

Huong Tran | Web/Digital Coordinator

Huong Tran

“I was born in Vietnam, went to high school in the Twin Cities. I recently graduated from Concordia College with a degree in business marketing and organizational leadership. Prior to Spotlight Media, I worked on the college’s website for 2 years and had a couple internships in the F-M area on social media and graphic design. I’m very passionate about supporting non-profit and small local businesses.”

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“I love going to local community events, hanging out with creative folks at local coffee shops, eating tons of European chocolate. Sometimes when I feel a little artsy, I would do some water coloring and think of myself as an Huong-Picasso.”

What’s your favorite book and/or movie?
“Kingsman! It’s a hilarious, action-packed movie about a spy organization, which makes me want to become a professional secret agent—maybe it should be my next job!”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“I know four languages and a couple web languages. Talk to me in Korean, Chinese and even Javascript!”

What drew you to Spotlight Media originally?
“I don’t remember how I got to my Spotlight Media application, but when I was invited in for an interview at Spotlight and first met Editorial Director Andrew Jason and Web Editor Samantha Stark. I was amazed by their passion and love for the F-M community, not to mention how much I love creative people. I’ve then decided this place should be my new home after college.”

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“The best thing I love so far is sharing an open office with our very talented editorial team. So, besides looking forward to growing my web and e-commerce knowledge, I’m hoping to come in excited every day and get inspired by our very own creative team members.”

If you could switch your job with anyone else within Spotlight Media for a day, whose job would you want? Why?
“Mike Dragosavich. I’ve only followed Mike to a client meeting once, but I’ve learned so much from him. I want to see how Mike fits 72 hours of work into his 24-hour day. Plus, Mike is pretty good with web too, so I wouldn’t worry so much about him being the web coordinator that one day I get to be the CEO.”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Emma Watson! She is a strong and independent individual who empowers young women all over the world. She is one of my role models and I don’t think anyone could possibly dislike her. Oh, and she has an accent and so do I.”

Seth Habhegger | Distribution & Circulation Manager

“I started out as a child, raised among the snowy wilds of rural Blackhoof Township in Carlton County in the lovely state of Minnesota. As the years progressed, I grew in knowledge and rapport, working in the financial industry and educating himself at the fine institutions of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and The New School, which is located within the soaring heights of New York City. Thus inculcated, I had the supreme pleasure of being hired by Spotlight Media in May of 2017.”

Seth Habhegger Spotlight Media

What are you looking forward to the most with your new position?
“Thrilled to the utmost, I’m looking forward to helping create a new department within the company and using all of my accumulated knowledge and skills to help Spotlight Media be a ‘beacon’ to the Fargo-Moorhead community.”

What kinds of hobbies and interests do you have outside of work?
“On the personal side, I enjoy spending time with my lovely wife Beth and two young sons Rhone and Anders. I also enjoy reading, writing, singing, and helping Cass Act Players, a theater production group of which I’m a founding member, stage its first musical in 2018.”

Share something about yourself that would surprise us?
“Not many people know this but I once presented a paper about pop songs that relate to the apocalypse at a conference in Oxford, England. It was jolly good!”

Last question, most important, if Hollywood made a movie about your life, who would you like to see cast as you? Why?
“Alas, the only person who could portray me in a film would be the late, great Orson Welles. I just hope they use the younger version.”

Burger, BBQ And Beer Festival Is This Week – Get Your Tickets Today

Burger, BBQ And Beer Festival Is This Week – Get Your Tickets Today

Fargo Monthly‘s fourth annual Burgers, BBQ and Beer Festival is just around the corner, coming at you on Thursday, June 15 from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Moorhead Center Mall parking ramp. The Fargo Monthly crew has been working tirelessly to prepare for this event and we promise that this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever.

“At Fargo Monthly, we believe pushing the boundaries and trying new and creative things,” said Andrew Jason, Spotlight Media’s editorial director and the event’s organizer. “That’s why we’re beyond excited to be moving the Burgers, BBQ and Beer Festival to the Moorhead Center Mall parking ramp. With the help of Livewire and our great vendors, we are turning this into one of the coolest venues around.”

Didn’t make it last year’s event and don’t know what to expect? Read the 10 Bs of Fargo Monthly‘s Burgers, BBQ and Beer Festival. Learn more about the BBB Fest and other Spotlight Media events at spotlightmediafargo.com/events.

BBB Festival Fargo

Tickets are available at BurgerFestFargo.comWith a general admission ticket, you get full access to all the event’s activities: burgers, BBQ and beer samples and admission to Post-Traumatic Funk Syndrom’s concert.

2016 Burger Festival

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