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A.T. Black and White

Category:  Success Stories

A.T. The Black & White has an amazing ambiance, knowledgeable and attentive service, and a fantastic menu. We offer the finest and most unique dining experience in the Little Falls area. Since 1931, we have been providing you with delicious meals, amazing local beers and drinks from our incredible bar and...

Four Seasons Shrimp Farm

Category:  Success Stories

Four Seasons Shrimp Company is a central Minnesota Shrimp Farm. We grow fresh, saltwater shrimp year round. Shrimp costs $20 per pound. Open select days. ...

JB Lund Dock & Lift

Category:  Success Stories

LUND has everything you need for your lake side needs. Docks, lifts and all the accessories to custom fit your personal needs. ...

Video Icon Larson Boats

Category:  Success Stories

Larson Boats, part of J&D Acquisitions, was recently named “outstanding enterprise” by the Initiative Foundation. Since 2000, the foundation has been presenting Initiative Awards honoring outstanding leadership and community service in central Minnesota. Winners receive a specially commissioned, recycled-glass sculpture and $1,000 for the charity of their choice. The foundation noted that Larson...

RMI Molding

Category:  Success Stories

The original company was created in 2000 and has successfully operated since its inception. RMI has an opportunity to participate in a growing market, and expand its operation and increase revenues by aggressively pursuing government contracts and industries of the future. ...

Smude’s Sunflower Oil

Category:  Success Stories

Smude Enterprises LLC provides a premium cold pressed sunflower oil with exceptional quality and flavor. We use only high oleic sunflower seeds to provide a healthy cooking oil with 0 trans fat, high in "good" monounsaturated fat, and low in polyunsaturated fat. We filter down to 1 micron without chemicals...

The Burton-Rosenmeier House

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Little Falls' leading example of Neoclassical architecture, built c. 1900 and owned successively by notable local merchant Barney Burton and attorney/politician Christian Rosenmeier. Now houses the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau.