10th Anniversary Sports or Military Banner Giveaway!

10th Anniversary Sports or Military Banner Giveaway!

Enter into our 10th Anniversary giveaway.  You may win any framed, matted, embroidered design valued at $89.95.  Select from our Licensed Sports or Military Banners. a Rafflecopter giveaway NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. MAKING A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW ELIGIBILITY: Open to legal residents of the Contiguous United States of America who are 18 years or older. Station Bay LTD, and their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, distributors, retailers, sales representatives, advertising and promotion agencies and each of their respective officers, directors and employees … Read More

Celebrating a Decade of Design

Celebrating a Decade of Design

In June of 2007, we proudly launched our family-owned business, Station Bay, Ltd, from the basement of our home. The most difficult task was to create a business name. When younger, I had work experience at a small-town filling station (gas station) owned by my grandparents. It was demanding and hard work but I mostly enjoyed my conversations with our customers as I washed their windows and pumped their gas. Since the gas station business sold in 2005, I wanted my new business to reflect back on so many memorable and positive customer conversations plus the ethical work experience I needed to make a business successful. … Read More

The History of Churchill Downs

The History of Churchill Downs

Churchill Downs has been home to the most exciting 2 minutes of racing since 1875.  Churchill Downs was named after John and Henry Churchill, who leased the land to their nephew, Col. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr (grandson of William Clark of the famous Lewis and Clark team). The Founding of Churchill Downs When Clark founded Churchill Downs, Kentucky’s thoroughbred horse racing and breeding industry was in decline.  Kentucky was damaged by the civil war, but Clark was looking for a way to revitalize the horse industry.  Clark started the Louisville Jockey Club and sold subscriptions to the track to fund … Read More