The Brainstorming Warehouse is a for-profit endeavor to provide creative services and solutions to the local community and beyond. If we are not able to fulfill a need, we work with others to help you find someone who can get the job done for you.
We have already helped various small businesses gain presence online, some with shopping carts, others for information purposes only. We can design flyers for a storefront that acts as a catalog of what’s inside. Perhaps you want to coordinate an online event or start an online fundraiser. Perhaps you are in search of a group of volunteers for a community project you’d like to see accomplished. Give us a call and let’s see how we can help one another while we continue to adjust and adapt to the upcoming changes in the weather.
In addition to our day to day business operations, The Brainstorming Warehouse has a Civic Duty component, as well as a Civil Duty shelf or two.
Our Civic Duty side relates to our using the Warehouse to publish beat-like reporting of local events, including government and local businesses as well as non-for-profits, the arts, etc. We have the tech know-how, the time and the resources to provide the local public information in a quick, easy to reference manner. We also enjoy volunteering our own time on projects in our community and encourage others to do the same.
Our Civil Duty side relates to our obligation to conduct research and conversations in a civil manner and subsequent reporting on such efforts. Past efforts have had a variety of results; potentially corrupt projects have collapsed under the scrutiny, such as a deal between former Mayor of Midlothian Sharon Rybak and real estate developer/gas station owner Rick Heidner that initially had removed a much-needed water tower already being paid for through a previously issued water bond, revenue from communications companies, etc.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at 224-707-0080 Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. with any questions or comments.