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Shop Local 2.0

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Shop Local And Win!

Our local businesses are a cornerstone to our “sense of place” in the Northwoods. Every time you shop local, you are helping to build a tight-knit community and are making a huge financial impact in our region. 

Every fall we put a spotlight on local retailers, restaurants and service providers. With Shop Local 2.0, we’re doing it again…with a twist!

From Oct. 13 to Nov. 13, we are spotlighting 40 small businesses in Merrill, Tomahawk, Rhinelander and Minocqua on Facebook. On multiple days, we’ll be giving away gift certificates to your favorite locally-owned businesses.* All you’ve got to do is visit your favorite locally owned businesses throughout the month and you could be the recipient of a gift certificate!

That’s it. That’s all!

If you aren’t lucky enough to be one of our recipients of a gift certificate to the local business, don’t worry you still have a chance to win! Tell us what you love about one of your favorite locally owned businesses through Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #PCCUSharetheCare and you will be entered to win 1 of 2 $50 Chamber Bucks!†

Think big and shop small. For an update on where we’ve been, follow us daily on Facebook or check back here as the days go on! 

Visited Businesses

Sew Pieceful Quilting opened in December 2009. When asked what they love about being a business in the Tomahawk Community, owner Marie Daigle said, “It is great to be a part of a small town. Fellow business owners are like friends and family.”.
Sew Pieceful is located at 118 W Wisconsin Ave. in Tomahawk.

Sew Pieceful Quilting storefront

The Tomahawk Community Thrift Shop is a non-profit organization and opened just last year. If you’re looking for clothes, jewelry, games, books, furniture, and more, the Tomahawk Community Thrift Shop is the place to go!
The thrift shop is taking special precautions to keep customers and staff safe. They are sanitizing the donations they receive. There is also hand sanitizer in the store, temperatures are being taken, and masks are required.
When asked what they most love about being a business in the Tomahawk community, manager Sharon Eisenman said, “We have the most friendly, giving community to work with. As a non-profit, we depend on our community for volunteers, sale items, and for shoppers.”
The thrift shop is accepting donations by appointment. If you would like to make a donation, please call the Tomahawk Community Thrift Shop at 715-224-3584 to schedule an appointment.
The Thrift Shop is located at 310 W Wisconsin Ave. in Tomahawk.
Inside Tomahawk Community Thrift Shop
 
The Shade Tree is a local bookstore. They have a wide selection of books, magazines, greeting cards, and stationery items.
The Shade Tree has been in business for a couple years, having opened in 2018. We asked owner Tracy what they love about being a business in the Minocqua community. Tracy said, “Being a part of a small community and a destination for everyone.”
The Shade Tree is located at 522 S Oneida Street in Minocqua.
The Shade Tree storefront

A Step Up has been in the Minocqua community for 32 years! We chatted with owner Michael Bauer. Michael says, “The great locals and the many visitors from afar” are what they love about being a business in Minocqua.
A Step Up is located at 507 S Oneida St in Minocqua.

A Step Up storefront

R&T’s Dinky Diner opened in 2016. When we asked restaurant owners Terrie Bowman and Rick Covin what they love about being a restaurant in Rhinelander, they said, “We enjoy greeting all of our locals and meeting all of our new guests. Dinky Diner’s motto is ‘where good friends gather’ and we strive to live up to that!”

To see what the restaurant’s current specials are, check out their Facebook page: 
www.facebook.com/TerrieandRicksDinkyDiner
R&T’s Dinky Diner is located at 230 Thayer Street in Rhinelander. 

R&T's Dinky Diner restaurant front
Owners Don and Dawn Swan opened First Street Coffee Station in Merrill in 2008. Ten years later, they opened a second location right in our Merrill Headquarters Branch!
First Street currently offers dine in and drive-thru pick up. To keep your dining experience safe, the team is sanitizing between customers and the employees are wearing masks.
We asked Don and Dawn what they love about being a business in Merrill. They told us, “We love the small hometown we grew up in. We love how everyone helps each other out with even the small things. We love how you get to know your customers like family.”

In addition to coffee, you’ll also find sandwiches, salads, soups, smoothies, juice, and dessert items on the menu. To see their specials, be sure to follow them on Facebook: 
www.facebook.com/FirstStreetCoffeeStation
First Street Coffee Station is located at 501 S Pine Ridge Ave. in Merrill.

First Street Coffee Station restaurant front
Bath and Body Creations opened in Rhinelander in 2013. They have a variety of bath and home products. You can even pick up a book, a cup of coffee, and a pastry in store!
Owner Michele Baumgartner says their favorite part about being a business in the Rhinelander community is, “The people! I love helping people find what they need and adding a little bit of happy to their day.”
Bath and Body Creations offers online ordering or phone ordering for curbside service. You’re also welcome to come inside wearing a mask. To browse their online store, go to: www.bathandbodycreations.com
Bath and Body Creations is located at 38 N Brown Street in Rhinelander.
 
Bath and Body Creations logo

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Bio and picture to come!

Bio and picture to come!

Joe’s Pasty Shop opened in Rhinelander in 2004. They offer a variety of frozen pasties for takeout during retail hours, curbside pick-up, or after hour key code pick-up service.
When asked what they love about being a business in the Rhinelander community, owner Jessica Lapachin says, “Getting to know so many families who live or visit our area has been so heartwarming.”
To see all the pasties on the menu, visit their website: www.ilovepasties.com/menu
Joe’s Pasty Shop is located at 123 Randall Ave in Rhinelander.
Joe's Pasty Shop

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Bio and pictures to come!

*No purchase is necessary to be eligible to win. Gift certificates are valid at participating businesses only and are not exchangeable for cash. See credit union for details. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Instagram. 

†Share your testimonial of the featured local business on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #PCCUSharetheCare between 10/15/2020-11/15/2020 and two (2) winners will be selected through a random drawing held by the credit union on 11/16/2020 to receive one of two $50 Chamber gift certificates for the market (Merrill, Tomahawk, Minocqua, or Rhinelander) where the business is located. See credit union for details.

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