Endless Designs earns Wisconsin Main Street recognition
Remmen is Volunteer of the Year
For the Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – Main Street Marshfield was recognized for its downtown revitalization efforts at the 31st Wisconsin Main Street Awards ceremony held in downtown Fond du Lac on April 22. Endless Designs took top honors in the “Best Storefront Display Award” at the event, which was hosted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC).
The awards ceremony recognized the efforts by Wisconsin Main Street volunteers and staff for their historic preservation and downtown economic development efforts of communities in Wisconsin in 2021.
“WEDC congratulates Endless Designs for its outstanding efforts to revitalize and improve downtown,” said Missy Hughes, secretary and CEO of WEDC. “A vibrant downtown is critical to a community’s overall economic development as well as the quality of life for its residents, and we commend Endless Designs’ Owner Torri Dahlke for being among the best in the state when it comes to strengthening its downtown.”
“It truly was a dream for me,” said Dahlke, who loved to decorate. When her building went up for sale, she and her husband toured. He saw a lost cause, she knew immediately this was her spot. She envisioned the historical features being highlighted, creating the perfect atmosphere for a home decor store.
Main Street Marshfield volunteer, Brad Remmen, was also named a 2021 Wisconsin Main Street Volunteer of the Year, along with 16 other statewide contributors.