MARSHFIELD — The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MACCI) — along with city officials, MACCI board members, and ambassadors — has coordinated two recent ribbon cuttings at Central City Vapors and Seehafer Farm Creamery.
Located on the south side of Marshfield, Patti and Jubel Arnold opened Central City Vapors with one goal in mind: to bring smoke-free technology to those who want to quit smoking. To achieve this goal, Central City Vapors offers alternatives to regular cigarettes in the form of e-cigarettes and vaporizers.
Central City Vapors is also giving back to servicemen and women with the “Vape a Vet” program. One hundred percent of the wholesale profits from Bottle Ready to Vape liquids are donated to this program. This money provides current military and veterans with starter kits and e-liquids in order to help them break the cycle of smoking.
Central City Vapors is located at 817A S. Central Ave. in Marshfield.
Seehafer Farm Creamery offers variety of locally sourced products
Celebrating a grand opening on July 11, Ken and Karen Seehafer introduced local milk lovers to the new Seehafer Farm Creamery.
Located a short distance north of Marshfield, Seehafer Farm Creamery has been a dream finally realized for Ken Seehafer, who had the idea to bottle milk from the farm ever since his high school days. The new creamery, which took a year to complete, has a range of dairy products to offer like on-site processed milk, recognized by the state of Wisconsin for quality; cheeses; hamburger; and ice cream.
Seehafer Farm Creamery also offers a variety of other locally-sourced products for sale and is open Monday–Saturday from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.