As many businesses temporarily close their doors today in the wake of Governor Evers’ directive, businesses considered “essential” will remain open to service the community. Locally-owned convenience store Weiler’s is one of these businesses, serving the community at three different Marshfield locations.
“We are glad that we can remain open to serve our community with fuel, food, and other needs,” said Kelly Weiler, owner. “We always maintain stringent cleaning and sanitizing processes, but have increased those even more in recent weeks. We want our guests and our team members to feel safe and remain healthy.”
Weiler has also pledged to match donations to the Marshfield Clinic Health System Foundation “Care For Caregivers” campaign. Give now to have a donation matched up to $1,000 and help them meet the goal to raise $20,000 by March 30. All support will provide much-needed relief to those on the front lines caring for patients at Marshfield Clinic. Click here to donate: justgiving.com/campaign/CareforCaregiversMCHS
Weiler’s 4th Street location in Marshfield’s east side industrial park will continue to offer hot homemade deli carry-out items, coffee, soda, and sandwiches. On Friday’s, Weiler’s will continue to offer their popular fish fry.
“We have truck drivers that stop here and now more than ever we are depending on them to keep our communities supplied,” said Weiler. “We are so grateful to be able to offer them a delicious homemade meal and a friendly smile. We thank them so much for what they are doing for our country right now! Our thoughts are with the medical professionals, too, during this time.”
Though times are uncertain, Weiler has witnessed nearly 30 years as a locally-owned business and is thankful to live in such a giving community.
“There have been ups and downs in our 30 years, but our community is strong,” said Weiler. “Together, we can pull through.”