Exemplary Entrepreneurship Draws National Business Series to Film on Location in Bandon, Episode now Available Online
BANDON, Ore. (February 07, 2017) — Face Rock Creamery is featured on Start Up, a national small business series on PBS, just as their handcrafted cheddars are newly available nationwide. An engaging on-location interview with Face Rock’s founders is now available online. The episode originally aired as part of season four, episode three in October 2016.
In season 4 of Start Up, Bredow travels the Pacific Coast, making a stop in Bandon. Face Rock’s episode, “Cheesy Effects,” highlights southern Oregon’s terroir, Greg Drobot and Daniel Graham’s entrepreneurial nature, and Brad Sinko’s cheesemaking pedigree. All three members of the Face Rock team sit down with host Bredow to discuss the creamery’s rise to success.
Start Up follows host Gary Bredow as he interviews small business owners across the country about their entrepreneurial endeavors. Through personal storytelling, the series aims to educate viewers about building successful businesses.
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About Face Rock Creamery
Launched in May, 2013, Face Rock Creamery is an award-winning creamery that makes hand-made fine cheddar and fromage blanc. Based in the southern coastal town of Bandon, Oregon, a town that has made cheese since the 1880s, Face Rock sources grass-fed cow’s milk from Oregon dairy families, which allows the creamery to make cheese the same day the cows are milked. Visitors to the 9,000 sq. ft. creamery can view the cheese making process, sample cheese, dine from a seasonal café menu and shop for artisanal products selected with both picnics and more formal gatherings in mind. Face Rock cheese is available at the creamery, nationally at facerockcreamery.com and in more than 3,000 stores. For more information about facerockcreamery.com and in more than 3,000 stores. For more information about Face Rock Creamery, head to its website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.