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Vermont Teddy Bear Factory Satisfies the Quest for Curiosity

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Has it really been two years since PBS’s Curiosity Quest was here at the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory? Time flies! Each episode of Curiosity Quest sends host Joel Greene off on a trip to try to answer viewer’s questions. He first interviews some “men on the street” (and “kids on the street”) to see if […]

Life in Vermont: 2011 30th LCI Father’s Day Derby

Monday, June 27th, 2011

“Clean Water. Healthy Fish. Happy People.” That’s the motto of Lake Champlain International (LCI), a Vermont non-profit with the objective of making sure the whole Lake Champlain watershed is healthy to swim in, drink from (filtered first, of course), and, above all, fish in! This past June 18th weekend was a special event for LCI: […]

Are You Sorry? There’s a Bear for That.

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

I’m Sorry Bear So imagine you just resigned from the House of Representatives over a huge scandal involving women other than your own wife, who, against all odds, is still sticking by you. How do you tell her, “I’m sorry?” Not. With. Cheap. Flowers. No, my friends, a handful of cheap, plastic-sheathed supermarket bouquets will […]

We Like It When You LIKE and FOLLOW Us

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Vermont Teddy Bear Facebook page You are the proud, loving caretaker of a happy herd of Vermont Teddy Bears. There’s at least one living in every room of the house. When you drive to work, Racecar Driver Bear rides shotgun. You’re about to get your second Vermont Teddy Bear logo tattoo (this time someplace people […]

“Paws for a Cause” Runs for the American Cancer Society

Monday, June 20th, 2011

Picture courtesy of American Cancer Society Being who we are, Bear Crew get involved in all sorts of charitable work and fundraising. Latest example: Melonie Bone from the Inventory Control team, who is team captain for an American Cancer Society Relay for Life event this Friday, 6/24, at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction, […]