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While Schussler was the sole bidder for the property, he still bid $22,000 over the minimum bid. As soon as he began his vision to share the magical Nike Vapormax Nikelab property with the community, he started gathering unique artwork, antiques and furniture. He was on a mission to bring a unique events center to Eden Prairie and spared little in terms of time and expenses, spending $1.3 million in renovations and two and half years preparing the facility to become a memorable experience for all. It was no small task as he was subjected to 19 different agencies to ensure a special event for multiple occasions.
"We want to put smiles on their faces and raise money," Schussler said. "To be able to help people in Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit Olive
This historic barn has been enlivened with fresh new features, from antiques to chandeliers and unique accents, which all come together to create an unforgettable atmosphere created by the one and only Steve Schussler of Schussler Creative, Inc., in Golden Valley. He is the creative mind behind the Rainforest Caf, Galaxy Drive in and several unique successful restaurants in Orlando.
Saturday, May 4, to raise thousands of dollars for local community causes. This year's event will benefit PROP Shop, Cornerstone, Parks and Recreation, Crime Prevention Fund, Teens Alone, Fire Department, Reads, Historical Society and Store to Door.
Unique accents, decorations and restored antiques create the bedazzled barn atmosphere that is Green Acres, 14150 Pioneer Trail in Eden Prairie. Golden Valley entrepreneur Steve Schussler spent $1.3 in renovations over two years to restore Nike Vapormax Wolf Grey
need, just that, I am extremely pleased about, but I'm even happier if they have fond memories of this place.".
Schussler is donating the use of Green Acres for the event and will be the emcee at the live auction. He purchased the barn for around $60,000 from the city several years ago. Originally, he had planned to use the barn as a laboratory for testing out new business ideas and storing motorcycles and cars, but as letters and inquiries came from throughout the community, Schussler realized the landmark had a greater purpose.
The barn previously known as the Goodrich Ramus Barn, 14150 Pioneer Trail in Eden Prairie, will host the 32nd annual Eden Prairie Community Foundation event Nike Air Vapormax Heritage Pack
Among the unique furnishings are his collection of priceless antique jukeboxes that line the walls from the night club he owned downtown in the 1970s called "Juke Box Saturday Night," a huge antique working fountain on the first floor that he imported from Italy and an antique "cigar store Indian" statue that stands against a wall and with a push of a button lifts up to reveal a secret wine room located in the former silo.
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"I am amazed what a generous spirit he is, how much he loves Eden Prairie and its residents and how sincere he is about wanting to help us host a successful event," event chair Mary Mackmiller said.
The community landmark seems fitting for a Community Foundation event, according to Schussler. This will be the first event to actually be hosted in Eden Prairie since 2004. There were no event centers in Eden Prairie before Schussler updated the barn.
"People started asking about the barn, how could we keep this gem from the public?" Schussler said.
Schussler collection of antique jukeboxes lines the lower level of Green Acres. (Sun staff photo by Natalie Conrad)
the old barn and make it into an events center that will host the annual EP Gives event on May 4. (Submitted photo)
"The idea to make this an events center came from the community, so it was fitting we give back to community by working with the one foundation that gives back to the community," Schussler said.
An Indian statue guards a secret wine cellar, one of many unique features at Green Acres. Saturday, May 4. It all starts with a social hour featuring craft beers, wine and a cash bar, followed by appetizers and desserts, all provided by local businesses. The night finishes off with the live auction and awarding of the grants along with live music by the Mark Miller Band. Purchase tickets by April 30 by calling Laura Hookom at 952 210 2798. Tickets are $100. There is no parking onsite. Guests must park at Grace Church and catch the SouthWest Transit Trolley.
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Eden Prairie Community Foundation awards grants to the following priority areas: arts and culture, education, recreation and environment and social services. The foundation has been giving away grants to more than 50 different crucial community organizations in the past 31 years.
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