Rebound Principals provide help to the Northfield Arts Guild

Arts Guild

The Northfield News highlights the Northfield Arts Guild (NAG) and updates its progress in this article.  The story states that Jennifer Sawyer and Brett Reese provided guidance and support to the NAG which has subsequently ‘rebounded’ from financial difficulty and is back on the path toward a sustainable fiscal model.  In addition, Jennifer was names one of the NAG volunteers of the year.  Congratulations Jennifer!

Money magazine declares Northfield best place to retire in America

Rebound Hospitality operated

The Rebound Hospitality operated Archer House

Money Magazine has bestowed the title of “Best Place to Retire in America” to our own city of Northfield, MN!  Assets like our two colleges, an active community and quick access to both the Twin Cities and the medical care at the Mayo Clinic factored into the ranking.  Read the StarTribune coverage of the ranking here.

Northfield named 2nd Best Small Town in U.S.

JJRaid recently named Northfield the 2nd best small town to live in within the United States.  Rebound Enterprises related entities such as the Archer House and the Riverwalk Market were mentioned among other great features of town.  You can read the full piece here.  You can also see coverage of the story in the Twin Cities media.  Rebound Enterprises is proud to call Northfield our home and we will continue to strive to make Northfield the best community it can be!

Rebound Enterprises Principals Sawyer and Reese Volunteer to Help Riverwalk Market Fair Remain Successful


The Northfield News covers the opening of the 5th season of the Riverwalk Market Fair.  Rebound Principals Jennifer Sawyer and Brett Reese are interviewed as pro-bono business consultants for the Fair in the article found here.  Find out more about the Riverwalk Market Fair on their website.

Rebound Hospitality to open Alexander’s and Pub 31 in Faribault

Alexander's & Pub 31

Rebound Hospitality soon to reopen former ‘Monte’s’ restaurant in Faribault, MN as two entities: Alexander’s Supper Club and Pub 31.  The Faribault Daily News covers the latest updates here in a story from February ’14.

Rebound Hospitality acquires the ‘Suites of 800 Locust’ boutique hotel in Des Moines

800 Locust

Rebound Hospitality recently added to its hotel holdings by purchasing the historic ‘Suites of 800 Locust’ Hotel located in downtown Des Moines, Iowa.  The Des Moines Business Record detailed the sale in an article published in December of 2013.

Harbor View Café Chef Tom Skold Relocates to Decorah

Hotel Winneshiek Primed for Midwest Destination Restaurant

Tom Skold will be calling Decorah home after 18 years as chef at the critically acclaimed Harbor View Café in Pepin, Wisconsin. The city of Decorah, which touts in their slogan “the good life,” is without a doubt prepping some “great food” in the near future, placing Hotel Winneshiek’s Albert’s Restaurant and Pub on the map. continue reading …

President Obama Books Accommodations at Hotel Winneshiek

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Hotel Winneshiek, a historic Rebound Hospitality property, was honored to be chosen as the place to stay by President Barack Obama during his Midwest tour in August, 2011.  Following speaking engagements in Cannon Falls, Minnesota and at the Seed Saver’s Exchange “Town Hall Meeting” venue in Decorah, the President retired to his room at the Hotel for a special meal prepared in-house by Albert’s Restaurant. continue reading …

Brett Reese Receives Heywood Distinguished Service Award

Reese Heywood

Rebound Enterprises Managing Principal, Brett Reese, is the recipient of this year’s Joseph Lee Heywood Distinguished Service Award. continue reading …

Archer House: From Grand Opening (1877) to Open House (2011)

Historic Happenings

The Archer House River Inn was featured in the Historic Happenings Northfield Style section of Northfield Entertainment Guide.

Click here to read the historic journey of the Archer House River Inn.

(Picture above: the Archer House about 1890, historic photo courtesy of Northfield Historical Society)