History

Push Button Gadget Inc. was established in 1993 by PBG president Ron Faiola who began his career in audio visual and business theater production while employed at one of the nation's largest law firms, Foley & Lardner LLP. When Faiola established Push Button Gadget as full-time business venture he continued to work on various multimedia and business theater projects with Foley & Lardner as well as new clients, including Deloitte & Touche LLP and VJS Construction Services.

Faiola's extensive business theater experience includes 14 consecutive years producing Foley & Lardner's Law of Product Distribution and Franchising Seminar, as well as Foley's seven highly esteemed National Directors Institute Seminars in Chicago.

In 2009 Faiola produced and directed "Fish Fry Night Milwaukee" which premiered in October of '09 and has since been licensed for broadcast on Milwaukee Public Television and Wisconsin Public Television. In 2011, Faiola followed up the successful "fish fry" production with Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old Fashioned Experience which is licensed to MPTV, WPT and to PBS stations nationwide.

"Our experience with a wide variety of clients and projects gives us a unique combination of innovation, creativity and technical professionalism." -Ron Faiola