Historically known for their production of abrasives, adhesives, films and office/school supplies, the Cumberland, WI plant has mainly produced products in the abrasives category like sandpaper, floor pads and superabrasives. 3M holds over 100,000 patents, and is always striving to discover more. You probably utilize many of their inventions like post-its and scotch tape in your everyday life. With a concentrated effort to continue to better the world through science, they commit millions of dollars each year to grants, research programs and sustainability efforts. Those who have had the opportunity to work for 3M, from entry level to the top scientists will tell you it is an atmosphere of positivity and hard work. 3M seeks to cultivate an interest in the sciences for all ages, hosting an annual 3M Young Scientist Challenge, supporting STEM programs throughout the country and giving entry level opportunities to candidates who would like to grow their career. From humble beginnings in Two Harbors, MN to a global corporations with lasting impacts, 3M Company is committed to solving problems, big and small.
So you’ve decided it’s finally time to build a new home, your contractor is all lined up but you’re still wondering what comes next. Your contractor will talk to someone like Alder Engineering to ensure that your building conforms to the Uniform Dwelling Code. Essentially a set of standards that homes and commercial buildings must follow in order to be declared safe for occupancy, this is a very important part of the building process. If you are a contractor and would like to use Alder Engineering as your inspector, visit their website alder-eng.com to request information on whether they can help you with your project, if they do work in your area or fill out forms to start the inspection process. A member of the Wisconsin Builders’ Association and National Association of Home Builders, you can be assured that Alder Engineering has a long history of integrity and solid work ethic.
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Managing finances can be a pain in the bank account so let the professionals at Anderson, Hager & Moe take care of the paperwork. Providing services for individuals and businesses like tax preparations, general bookkeeping and payroll, they are a full service office employing fourteen CPAs, thirteen paraprofessionals, one of which is an Enrolled Agent. You can see all of the multitude of services they offer for the public on their website.
A quick glance at the products they manufacture gives you a good idea of why this Midwest founded business has been going strong since 1960. Originally founded by a trio that produced ice and earth augers, their line of products has grown to include camping tents, hunting blinds, tree stands, pellet stoves, ice fishing equipment and lawn and garden products. Their yearly warehouse sale in Cumberland, WI is a huge hit with locals and out of towners alike. Stay in touch with their Facebook Page to make sure that you don’t miss this opportunity to score a lot of merchandise for not a lot of dough. Ardisam is a growing company that is always looking for entry-level and skilled workers. If you love the outdoors and the Northwoods lifestyle, visit their website or Facebook page to see some of the career opportunities available today!
Mastering the art and science of massage, Stacy felt she could bring more to the table at her practice in downtown Cumberland. She pursued a four year Master’s of science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Chinese Pharmacology, eventually adding on a three year Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Though not as popular in Western medicine as it is in the the east, acupuncture is growing in popularity thanks to well trained professionals like Stacy showing the many benefits of the skill. From relieving stresses of the mind to stresses of the body, aiding in chronic or acute pains and even for cosmetic applications, acupuncture can help many daily issues. If traditional Western methods have failed you, try an alternative in natural healing. Guided by a professional, natural healing can be a great alternative to pills and synthetic medicines. The goal at Aspen Acupuncture Clinic is to bring an ancient modality to a modern world.
You don’t need to be a car mechanic to walk into your local Auto Value and find the right wiper blades, oil filter or replacement bulbs. The incredibly knowledgeable staff at Cumberland’s Auto Value can help you get the right parts, the first time you need them. They’ll help you fill in the gaps if you don’t quite remember if your vehicle is an LT or an LX, or didn’t realize that “blinker fluid” isn’t a real thing. You can trust that their parts are top line, as many of the local repair shops use Auto Value’s parts delivery service to get the supplies they need to work on your vehicles when repairs are out of your skill level. More than just gaskets and brake pads, you can also find air fresheners, car washing supplies and get hydraulic hoses fixed at the Auto Value located in the old Maddie’s building. For parts, accessories and basic vehicle maintenance items, skip the drive to Rice Lake and stop in downtown Cumberland’s Auto Value.
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How do you keep your customers talking about you once they’ve left your store or business, promotional products! With the ability to put your name and logo on just about anything, Barb has a plethora of experience in getting your business outfitted with the right promotional items that will keep reminding your customers and their friends about you and your services. Whether you are a mom and pop shop, large business or just starting out on your own, getting your name on something that customers will see over and over again is one of the best way to market without sinking hundreds of dollars into one time radio or print ads. A great marketing strategy covers several bases, which is why Barb’s Custom Imprint Shop can also help you with your printing needs like your company’s logo, brochures, business cards, stationary, direct mail campaigns and more. When you need the absolute best for your commercial printing, mailing services, graphic design, promotional items or other marketing needs, call Barb directly at 715-822-2399 to discuss how she can take care of your project.
For more than 80 years, Barron Electric Cooperative has been delivering energy and energy solutions to their members. Through many unpredictable weather events, Barron Electric Cooperative strives to provide reliable energy to each one of it’s 18,000 members. Recent tornadoes and derechos of the past decade have tested their abilities and each time Barron Electric Cooperative has risen to the occasion to get the power back on for it’s members. Committing to sustainable energy and community practices, currently they obtain 20% of their power from renewable sources and hope to increase that number as time goes on. Recently they took steps in a project called Power in Pollinators, that seeks to aid the Monarch Butterfly population in this area. They partnered with a local farm to plant a ten acre garden that will attract butterflies and other pollinators by planting seed that will grow to be wildflowers and milkweed, monarch’s food source. By engaging in acts such as these, Barron Electric Cooperative gives back to the environment to keep their rural communities of farmers and gardeners thriving. Member owned and managed, Barron Electric Cooperative is here to serve the best interests of the members.
Take a drive to the quaint town of Barronett to stop by Bistro 63 for casual dining, wine pairings and a menu that is sure to satisfy any palate. Summers are a favorite time of the year, when they break out the wood fire pizza oven and entertain music on the deck. As we move inside for the cooler season, remember that the best way to ensure you have a seat saved for you is to make a reservation with the staff by calling the restaurant directly. Take your chances if you will, but you’ll soon find that Bistro is a favorite of many locals and may have a hard time elbowing your way in for a table. Maybe you want Chef Jeno’s expertly crafted meals to be the highlight of your next event? Contact them today to learn about how they can help you put together meal options, whether it’s buffet style, appetizer stations or formal seated meals. Traditionally trained and with years of experience in a variety of restaurant settings, Jeno brings the best of a large city dining atmosphere to a local venue. See a full menu, learn more about the restaurant and catering options and more on their website.
If there’s one thing you should know about Blue Hills Chiropractic, it’s that they are more than just back pain doctors! Sure they’ll adjust you for those pains, but really their mission is to create homeostasis in your body where your body and mind are both working as one. Getting chiropractic work can be done for a variety of reasons you may not think about like digestive issues, anxiety, pre- and postnatal care, even allergies! Though you may think of chiropractic care as just for adults, Blue Hills Chiropractic is very experienced in caring for all ages of patients, from babies on up! They are a very family friendly practice that just opened up a new location in Rice Lake in addition to their office in Cumberland. Utilizing the latest technologies in order to give you the best experience possible, Blue Hills Chiropractic works hard to get to the root of your pain issues and put you on a plan that ensures you can reach a pain free lifestyle and maintain it.
Wacky Wednesdays (buy 1/get 1 free on slices of pizza), gas with Invigorate® and pizza to-go are some of the best things about the station located just before the Dairy Queen right off the highway as you head north through town. If you’re on your way up north, stop by, gas up and grab the goodies!
Raise and sell locally grown produce. We are a seasonal business, and sell our fruits and vegetables out of the back of a truck. Currently located in the Waite’s Carwash parking lot. We typically start our season around the 1st of August and end shortly after Halloween.
Serving the community and surrounding areas for many years, they’ve tackled projects big and small. From the stamped and colored concrete at Endeavor Stadium to removing and replacing poured aprons, their experience shows in the finished product. They’ve got the knowledge to take your project from prepping the job site all the way through to finishing and curing the concrete. Bob is always willing to help around town when he can, having patched or poured many of the sidewalks community members use today, once using his skid steer to help The Hammer Bar deliver the Booya pot for their annual celebration. If you’re in need of a little concrete advice, give Steve Bowen a call and talk to a local expert.
Bona Casa Foods holds a special place in many Cumberland-er’s hearts. Plenty of kids got their first job washing dishes for Rick & Randy or remember the annual cross-country run to Bona for the all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner. Countless birthdays, family dinners & deer hunting opener-eve meals have been enjoyed under that roof. Currently open just for take out, Bona Casa hopes to open their dining room again soon. When you want a little comfort food, especially as the weather gets colder, think of Bona Casa Foods. If you’ve got a true Bona Fanatic, they also offer mugs, apparel and accessories that make great gifts.
Close, trusted care providers are paramount for parents who require child day care. Located just outside the busy bustle of downtown Cumberland, upon a hill overlooking the lake sits Busy Beaver’s Daycare. A place where kids go not just to be out of their parent’s hair for a bit, but to learn and grow. Any parent will tell you that the first time you leave your child in the hands of the daycare provider is one of the hardest things to do. Go to work assured that you kid or kids are in good hands when you leave them in the care of Busy Beaver’s Daycare. Nicole and her staff do a wonderful job of keeping the children engaged, enriched and active while they are in her care. If you’ve experienced a shift in your job where you require child day care services, give Busy Beaver’s a call to see how they can help you with your needs.
Established in the prime resort days of the Cumberland area, this campground is one of the last surviving grounds with RV hookups and permanent cabins on site. A labor of love, this camp has survived because of the continued level of superior service and family-friendly fun it has offered year and year again. Finally turning the reins over just last year, Jim King established a reputation for Camp Brigadoon that keeps folks coming back time after time. An old school Summer camp feel with modern amenities, Camp Brigadoon hosts an annual fishing contest, 4th of July festivities, customer appreciation day and has a camp store where you can treat yourself to an ice cream cone. Located right on the lake allows for campers to enjoy fishing, boating and swimming within walking distance from their site. A home away from home for many during the Summer months, now is the time to reserve your spot for next year and ensure that you have the chance to vacation like your parents used to in The Island City.
No membership is needed to pull up a stool at this club! Club Cumberland has a long history in town, sporting a side by side bar and bowling alley. Separate entrances make this the perfect place to host a kid’s party while still having a little something to entertain the parents as well. Adults of drinking age, stop by and have a drink with friends, throw darts or knock some pins down during cosmic bowling. With a large outdoor seating area and tiki bar for fun in the Summer, plenty of games and entertainment can be found inside during the chilly winter months. Hosting many events like paint and sip nights, specials during packer games and of course the drawing of the Queen there’s always something going on at The Club. The drinks are always frosty, the camaraderie warm and the bartenders friendly.