On Monday evening, Jay Leno of the Tonight Show featured Bayside Garden Center in their segment, "Headlines."
Around the 30 second mark, Leno points out that the map that's supposed to show the location of the green thumb hub is less than descriptive, since it's just shown on Brown Deer Road - which stretches through multiple cities and villages.
Bayside Garden Center owner Steven Kolowith was out of town Tuesday but an employee said she hadn't heard about the businesses appearance on the late night show. She did say that about three years ago though, Leno had featured a similar piece for headlines.
But this isn't the first time Wisconsin has had a proud moment on the talk show. Back in 2008, Park Falls was featured for a police report which was less-than subtle. The article said:
"A 9-1-1 call reporting a subject who was masturbating in the bar. A Park Falls officer was dispatched. A deputy assisted."
And when it comes to prom, many local businesses pay for ad space and sometimes try to send a positive message about not drinking. However, last year in Appleton, a full-page spread of ads shows McDonald's and a massage therapy studio saying, "So no to drugs and alcohol." But, on the same page, taking up over 50 percent of it, is a different ad from Budgetel Inn saying: