Tomahawk Ambassadors hold ribbon cutting ceremony at Bridge Inn

For the Tomahawk Leader

TOMAHAWK – The Tomahawk Ambassadors recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Bridge Inn.

“Always home to amazing river views and an excellent location for all things happening in Tomahawk, the new owners have spread a breath of fresh air into the facility,” a release from the Ambassadors said. “The new owners are originally local folk. Jim Sweeney, a Tomahawk High School (THS) graduate, and his wife, Muna, along with their two children, were looking for an opportunity to bring them back into the area and the community they love. They took advantage of an unexpected opportunity when the longtime family ownership of the Bridge Inn was looking to retire.”

The Ambassadors said major updates have already been made, including new TVs and HVAC throughout, along with new tile in all the common areas and fresh paint in all the rooms.

“Updates to linens bring a bright glow into each room, as they all boast an open patio door-view of the beautiful Wisconsin River,” the Ambassadors stated. “Walk-out patios on the first-floor rooms are ready for leisure, and a new deck system has been built for all the second-story rooms to enjoy the same.”

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“Please make it a point to visit the Bridge Inn, conveniently located next to Outboards Bar and Grill, bait shops, a grocery store and gas stations, and of course dock access and views of the Veterans Memorial Bridge, Kwahamot Water Ski Shows, and the magnificent Wisconsin River,” the Ambassadors stated.

On hand to officially welcome the new owners of the Bridge Inn and tour the updated facility were Tomahawk Ambassadors Jennifer Turkiewicz, Kathy Rankin, Bunny Kluka, Deb Tomaszewski and Becky Jaecks, Tomahawk Regional Chamber of Commerce board member Jackie Leonhard and Jane, Jim and Muna of Bridge Inn. Photo by Andy Tomaszewski.
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