Birth of the Bies Fire Log
In 2009, Bill Bies and his family began selling a portable quick start fire log modeled after a traditional Swedish torch, aptly dubbed OneLogFire. Initially, the fire log was only sold locally in Minnesota at a few home and garden retailers. Their goal was to inspire others to gather around a fire to enjoy one another's company or some peaceful serenity of the outdoors by providing a convenient portable fire log that only needed a couple of hours to burn. Little did they know that their fire log passion project would grow into a full-fledged business.
Initially, the fire log was only sold locally in Minnesota at a few home and garden retailers. However, the fire log business quickly gained traction after Pete Mihalek featured OneLogFire in his editorial opening of Lawn & garden Retailer in 2012. Suddenly orders for the fire log started coming in from around the country, pleasantly surprised and totally unaware of the article Bill humbly asked callers, "Where did you find us?". From that point, fire log sales began expanding coast to coast as consumers delighted in OneLogFire's convenience. Not long thereafter the OneLogFire fire log was recognized by The Grommet as an innovative product made in the USA.
Innovative Fire Log continues to delight consumers
What consumers and retailers found so attractive about OneLogFire fire log was its compact and thoughtful design––freeing campers, apartment dwellers, backyard enthusiasts, and beachgoers from the mess of traditional campfires with a lightweight, portable fire log solution. Each bark-free, kiln-dried fire log gives up to two hours of fireside warmth and entertainment. The clean bark-free design makes it the easiest fire log to pack, grab and go, or even gift. OneLogFire fans discover the center drilled hole does more than help the fire log burn efficiently; it also creates a spectacular display of fire sprites or dancing flames. For years now the Bies family and others have enjoyed a game of trying to capture these "fire dancers" by snapping images of the fire log burning.
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