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Jeremiah Logemann: Flags Over Wisconsin - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

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On this episode of the podcast, I meet Jeremiah Logemann of Flags Over Wisconsin. Jeremiah is a creator living in Madison WI. Jeremiah started his whole business by creating a version of a wooden flag that he saw. He wanted one like it so he made it. Then after posting it on Facebook other people started asking him to make one for them. This all lead to a series of events that involved finding reclaimed wood and then building larger pieces for people and eventually local businesses. Then Jeremiah started to wonder what else could I do? And through trial and error expanded into t-shirts and other household gift items.

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Flags Over Wisconsin Website https://www.flagsoverwisconsin.com

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