September 2016

Ralph Salisbury

Oregon September 04, 2016:Willamette National Forest


After an adventurous day of hiking in the Willamette National Forest, sampling wild elderberry and wild raspberry, I treated myself to dinner at ‘10 Below’, a restaurant in Bend, OR.This restaurant, located in the environmentally responsible Oxford Hotel, is known for its support of the sustainable food movement, working with available locally sourced and organic foods.


Of course, before I ordered, I enjoyed a very nice cognac which was very much appreciated after a full day of hiking.The drink menu offerings were contained in an aluminum cover that was made from recycled aluminum and aqueous coated faux leather.These menu covers were several years old and were holding up well.The appearance after several years had a uniquely aged and upscale deliberate distressed appearance.The couple sitting next to me loved the appropriate theme of these covers and the special character derived from age.


I checked further, and discovered that Impact Enterprises, Inc. manufactured these metal menu covers for 10 Below approximately 4 years ago.

Custom Presentation by Impact Enterprises, Inc.


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