We were honored to celebrate the opening of Beloved Wellness Center in Kenosha today. Dr. Dominique Pritchett, Psy.D., LCSW, CSAC shared that she was raised here, received most of her education here (her doctorate out of Minnesota), and wanted to be of service here. She chose to fill a need and create a supportive space for Black, brown and historically under-represented individuals and families. With over 12 years of experience, Dr. Pritchett provides behavioral and mental health services to children, adolescents and adults. Her approach considers the whole person as they navigate life’s journey. At Beloved, you can expect that she will see you as a unique person and not a number. She is excited to put her years of experience and study into her own practice and joins a growing number of Black-owned, Woman-owned businesses.
Beloved Wellness Center is committed to strengthening the mind, body and spirit by delivering culturally sensitive psychotherapy and wellness services to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, communities, and employees. Services are offered in-person or via teletherapy; by video or phone.
Beloved Wellness Center
3535 30th Avenue, Suite 207
We’re excited to give away FREE “Shop Local, Shop Safe” starter packs to the community! Each “Shop Small” bag contains all you need to shop safely this Holiday season— a travel-sized hand sanitizer, two disposable face masks, and the Chamber’s Local Business Guide!
Stop by the Chamber during the week from 8am until 4:30pm to get your complimentary bag today!
Today we celebrated the indoor space for Kenosha Public Market, the new year-round Saturday market located in the heart of downtown Kenosha. Kenosha Public Market has a focus on growing community and small business health and wellness efforts. The fresh market is dedicated to regional produce and features artisan foods and goods of local businesses. They have developed an online market to purchase produce year round with easy pickup at the Market, KPM2GO.
Kenosha Public Market
620 59th Street
We welcomed Sherwin-Williams to Pleasant Prairie today, November 20, 2020. For more than 150 years, Sherwin-Williams has been an industry leader in the development of technologically advanced paint and coatings. As the nation’s largest specialty retailer of paint and painting supplies, Sherwin-Williams is dedicated to supporting both do-it-yourselfers and painting professionals with exceptional and exclusive products, resources to make confident color selections and expert, personalized service. Visit www.sherwin-williams.com to sign up for Sherwin-Williams Paint Perks and explore the Color of the Year with the ColorSnap® Visualizer app, a tool designed to help consumers and professionals make confident and smart paint color selections. Also, follow them on social media for future sales.
7667 91st Avenue
Shopping for the holidays? We have some great retailers and artisans in our area! Kenosha County has a lot to offer— from hand-crafted artisan items in niche shops to everything you need to make your holidays perfect.
Shopping this year may look a little different, but our local businesses offer convenient purchase options on their websites, by email or phone, and, of course, in person. Most restaurants offer delivery or curbside pickup — supporting your favorite restaurant or trying somewhere new has never been simpler!
95% of consumers say they value the small businesses in their communities, beyond just the goods and services they provide1, and 84% of consumers surveyed said they would be willing to spend more to support a local business.2 Show support and help spread the word! Like, share, or comment on posts from your favorite businesses, and write some positive reviews on Google, Facebook, or Yelp while you’re at it! Social media is one more way to connect us all and show support for our community.
With all the challenges we have faced this year, your support is critical in keeping our small business community thriving. Whether you are shopping for necessities, shopping for holiday gifts, or grabbing dinner, remember to enjoy yourself locally this year so your money benefits the community we live in.
Sources: 1: Small Business Recovery Research, American Express, June 2020.
2: Local Business Consumer Sentiment Study. Red Egg Marketing.