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A random sampling of friends and interests of the Brothers worth visiting. In one way or another, these folks will enrich your lives.

This is, by far, an incomplete list – no oversite intended! It will be updated frequently, so
check back from time to time.

This fine New Media firm, not only designed this Web Site, it is a strategic partner of ACM Productions, providing a full range of design solutions for print, Web Site, animation and graphic applications. Aside from augmenting the capabilities of ACM, owner Rick Berlin and VP Dylan Wood are aces at serving their own clients with complete strategic solutions for marketing products and services. We should know. We are one.
An incredible 9-acre corn maze! Designed and cut into a Connecticut corn field, using a computer program and a Global Positioning Satellite, the maze is a four-mile trek of twists, turns and blind alleys, where getting lost is all part of the fun.
Explore the touching story of education, healing and hope in the East African country of Tanzania, where currently there is but one doctor for every 25,000 people. Photos and information provide a glimpse into the inspired humanitarian effort underway to bring health care to a desperate, deserving people. Our video, “Touching Tanzania” has won several awards.
Sew En Vogue is a business run by the costume designer, Brenda Renfroe. Brenda has brought many of the Brothers’ productions to life with her contemporary and period wardrobe designs. Many of her costumes come from her own extensive collection. She also does seamstressing, clothing fabrication and home décor. She’s an example of the kind of talented and dedicated resource we like to work with. We love Brenda.
For over 35 years, this august organization has been serving and representing thousands of communication professionals in North America and around the world. It is a unique organization of diverse membership and talent providing advocacy, information, and networking for its community of professional s. We’ve made many friends through MCA-I.