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Bill Mauk
Works at William Mauk & Associates
Attended University of Kansas, University of Missouri- St. Louis
Lives in St. Louis


Bill Mauk

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Bill Mauk is a writer and web site designer specializing primarily in the marketing of agritourism farms and orchards, such as pick your own orchards, pumpkin patches, and farm and farmers' markets.

Most of these websites are done through Eckert AgriMarketing ( and FarmWebDesign, (

Bill has also produced more than 200 educational and industrial films, co-authored several marketing books, and has managed the communications department of one of the largest non-profit associations in the U.S.

Bill has earned seven Telly Awards in the video industry, but takes even more pride in the positive referrals of happy customers.

As a hobby, Bill helps area fire departments in their CERT programs- Community Emergency Response Training.  This program trains civilians with emergency survival skills in the event of a natural or manmade disaster.  Bill is trained in the CERT program as well as as a SAR Tech III, the federal emergency Search and Rescue program--this is only the entry level, and qualifies me to carry water to the search leaders without destroying evidence!


  • University of Kansas, University of Missouri- St. Louis
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William Mauk
  • William Mauk & Associates
  • Univ of Kansas Bureau of Child Research, Special School District of St. Louis County, Group W Cablevision, St. Louis Cablevision, National Benevolent Association
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Great variety of pick your own apples and peaches. I can't wait for the Honeycrisps apples to come in! One of the very best farms for u-pick apples and peaches in New York or New Jersey!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I so appreciate the customer service I get at Arco. When I brought in the mower, they started it, checked a number of things, and told me on the spot what they recommended. A few days later they called with an estimated price, and a couple of options. The mechanic also said he wanted to "try something" before we order new parts. The bottom line was he was able to fix the transmission instead of replacing it, saving me $190. Thanks Mark, and Arco!
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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