Business Unveils New Look After Makeover Contest

Business Unveils New Look After Makeover Contest

Moores on Main in downtown Ashland unveiled its new look today following the completion of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s (WEDC’s) sixth annual Main Street Makeover Contest.

“Small businesses like Moores on Main are key drivers of Wisconsin’s economy,” said Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, who attended today’s ribbon cutting with WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes. “These design improvements won’t just benefit Moores on Main but will also support other downtown businesses that serve the customers the shop brings in.”

The clothing shop is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, having evolved from an 800-square-foot surplus store to a second-generation full-service clothing store offering clothing, shoes and accessories for the whole family. The shop carries a wide range of products to meet the region’s needs for work wear, casual wear and community swag.

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