Three new businesses welcomed to Tomahawk community by Chamber Ambassadors
For the Tomahawk Leader
TOMAHAWK – A trio of new businesses were recently welcomed to the community by the Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors.
Allegiance Employment and The Community Project
A historic downtown building is now hosting two new businesses.
The Chamber said Allegiance Employment and The Community Project, both located at 310 W. Wisconsin Ave., are well on their ways to being the assets their mission statements strive to be.
“The Tomahawk Ambassadors were excited to learn about these great additions to our downtown and were on hand to welcome them in their journeys,” the Chamber stated.
Allegiance Employment offers assistance to anyone in the workforce, assisting businesses with staffing issues, helping connect workers looking for employment and offering a hand to those who want to be their own boss.
The Chamber said The Community Project was created “with the sole purpose of giving back to and assisting those in the community that are in need.”
“They offer a hand-up, not a handout,” the Chamber noted. “They also offer the assurance that dreams can come true, empowering community members of all ages to embrace their talents and grow through opportunities with local businesses or discover becoming an entrepreneur.”
The Community Project’s Making Dreams a Reality program has been created to aid the underprivileged and struggling members of the Tomahawk community.
The Chamber explained that the program will “consist of giving children in the system the ‘extras’ in life, something they may not have the chance to do in their current situation – helping children and adults with necessities, as well as helping youth from low-income homes to have the chance to experience and enjoy extracurricular activities, such as dance classes, music lessons and sports.”
To learn more about Allegiance Employment, call 715-212-8056 or visit the business’s Facebook page at www.bit.ly/3USy4Oj.
For more information about The Community Project, call 715-224-3412 or visit the organization’s website at www.thecommunityproject.community/ or Facebook page at www.bit.ly/3E9sJLI.
Powersports Repair & More, located at 329 N. 4th St., offers repairs, oil changes and maintenance to UTVs, ATVs, snowmobiles, boats, jet skis, golf carts, lawnmowers, snow blowers and other small engines.
“‘The Guy,’ Bob, and ‘The Boss,’ Tina, will hook you up,” the Chamber stated. “With over 20 years of mechanical experience, Powersports will provide quality and timely service for a wide variety of makes, models and years of machines. If you saw the transition they made in just two weeks to bring their building back to life, imagine what they can do for your machines.”
The Chamber noted that Bob and Tina are in their second month in the Northwoods, and in the first month, they served over 75 happy customers.
“Powersports is open six days a week to provide you with the customer service you need to maintain your recreational vehicles so you can keep having fun,” the Chamber said. “They also offer pickup and delivery, as well as an emergency service number, just in case.”
Call “The Boss” at 715-224-3377, and she will arrange for “The Guy” to take care of your machines to keep you out and about where you want to be.