Chamber Ambassadors hold ribbon cutting ceremonies at Tomahawk businesses
For the Tomahawk Leader
TOMAHAWK – The Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently held ribbon cutting ceremonies at three local businesses.
HMM (Hot Mess Mom) Boutique recently relocated to 218 W. Wisconsin Avenue, just a few shops down from its original location.
“Starting out as a blog entitled Hot Mess Mom Society, Jenna Pultz has worked from ‘Motherhood…Unfiltered’ to a business owner, providing the latest fashion and home trends for moms and kids at affordable prices,” the Chamber said. “While the Hot Mess Mom Society continues to offer laughter, practical advice, Mommy maintenance tips and hot deals, you can now experience it in living color.”
The Shed on the Willow
The Shed on the Willow, located at W5896 County Hwy. A, offers handmade treasures from local artisans and repurposed fun finds and gently used items from estate sales, as well as home décor, jewelry, candles, T-shirts, vintage and antique items and more.
The Shed is open Wednesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; or by appointment.
The Chamber noted that owner Kayla Cottrell offers artisan classes in Tomahawk and at Rondele Ranch in Harshaw.
Big Bear Mini Golf & Ice Cream
Big Bear Mini Golf & Ice Cream, located at 24 N. 2nd St., may be under new ownership, but Sherry “Mama Bear” and Dennis “Papa Bear” Hulett’s goal is to continue to offer the same high-quality, fun experience you have come to expect year after year.
“Covered and open-air eating areas await you as you indulge in your choice of 16 flavors of ice cream,” the Chamber said. “Big Bear also offers an 18-hole mini-golf course that Papa Bear acknowledges is entertaining, but challenging (at least for him). Maintenance has been completed, and it is time to play on!”
Sherry Hulett is the Executive Director of the Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Dennis retired from Darden Restaurants, parent company of Olive Garden and numerous other brands after 19 years. They relocated from Orlando, Fla., in 2020.
“They had bantered ideas around for a business, but it wasn’t until Big Bear went on market that they thought this would be the perfect fit,” the Chamber stated. “Closing in early May, Big Bear re-opened under the new owners Memorial Day weekend and will stay open until Labor Day weekend.”
The Chamber said the Huletts plan on adding a few obstacles, new carpets and some favorite treats to the Big Bear experience. Music is already playing in the ice cream shoppe.
“You may catch Sherry singing to her favorite ABBA song,” the Chamber noted.
Open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Big Bear offers a fun round of golf and your favorite ice cream all in one place, as well as group and party packages.