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June 06, 2012 was a very sad day for all at RainWise. We lost our Founder, our friend, John Baer.
RainWise Executive VP, Carsten Steenberg, welcomed local Congressman Mike Michaud to the RainWise factory and showroom this past month.
At a recent convention in Iowa, RainWise VP, Carsten Steenberg, was pleased to discover that our compact aervane is praised by industry professionals for it's unique design.
A Research Scientist at the University of Alaska recently purchased our rain gauges to use in an unusual experiment: to measure methane gas releasing in fresh water lakes.
The CC-3000 provides the user with the ability to observe, archive and export the weather data provided by the MKlll sensor assembly. An integrated radio, fast USB or RS-232, and 2MB of flash memory are only a few of the many updates to this unit which replaces our previous interface models: the MKlllCC, CC-2000, and WS-2000.
Howard Baker, Jr. is a former White House Chief of Staff, Senate Majority Leader, Republican U.S. Senator from Tennessee, and a former United States Ambassador to Japan. Mr. Baker began his ownership of RainWise equipment in Nov. 1988, and has been a loyal RainWise user ever since. With two MKIII Multi displays in the house, he is never too far away from the weather!
Lonnie started working at RainWise as a Service Technician back in 1987. He eventually became the Service Manager, a post he held for 17 years. In 2004 when the business was bought by the employees, Lonnie moved into the position of VP of Sales and Marketing. Lonnie lives in Lamoine, ME., is married, and has two daughters, 12 and 18. Lonnie brings his years of knowledge and commitment to unparalleled customer satisfaction to every client he speaks with.
Bar Harbor, Maine (April 30, 2007) — Twelve units of the MKIII weather stations manufactured by RainWise, Inc., of Bar Harbor, Maine, have been purchased by the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) division of Cornell University, New York.