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Wedding and event planning business opens in Sheboygan

Posted by Jim Schuessler, EDFP Business Development Manager on 10 August 2017 | 0 Comments

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Tracy Ann’s to offer organizational services and one-stop shop for novelties

Sheboygan, WI – August 10, 2017 – Tracy Ann’s Events, Weddings, & Rentals will soon launch to help eliminate the stress brought on from planning the perfect occasion. The new business, which will open on Monday, August 14, will be located at 633 North 8th Street, near Sonlight Books and the Mead Public Library.

“Having the resources to provide the perfect event experience is the foundation of Tracy Ann’s,” stated owner Tracy Glynn.  “It is the culmination of a dream to tap into my experience working for Pine Hills Country Club and Elkhart Lake’s Road America to help create memorable events for our customers.”

Since there is no such store located in Sheboygan County at this time, Tracy Ann’s is helping address a retail gap. The family-owned small business expects to grow slowly, one customer at a time.

Financing for the business was provided by Bank First National of Sheboygan. Business plan development was facilitated through the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) in collaboration with SCORE counselor Allan Rudnick and Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Green Bay. “It is great to see another business up and running in Sheboygan’s downtown retail corridor,” noted SCEDC’s Business Development Manager Jim Schuessler. “The new housing coming on line on 8th Street and South Pier are helping contribute to the enthusiasm for additional retail development.”

To schedule an appointment with the SBDC or to find out what SCEDC’s entrepreneurial services team can do to assist business development contact Jim Schuessler, SCEDC Business Development Specialist at (920) 452-2350.



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The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) is a countywide private/public partnership, leading economic development efforts to improve the economic wellbeing and long-term prosperity of the businesses, residents and communities of Sheboygan County, through collaborative retention, expansion and attraction efforts for business and employment development. The SCEDC leverages a variety of tools available to encourage business growth and job creation. Key performance indicators tapped by SCEDC track and measure businesses assisted and resources leveraged. By applying many tools to assist businesses and communities and help them succeed, SCEDC achieves increased economic prosperity for Sheboygan County.