Safer In Sauk Program
Sauk County leaders are looking for ways to highlight and support businesses that have implemented safe practices, as recommended by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
This commitment ensures that customers are safe through merchants’ attention to employee health and hygiene, updated cleaning and disinfecting policies, modified business operations and increased employee training and support during this pandemic.
Many Baraboo Area businesses have reopened with new cleaning procedures, social distancing requirements and limited capacity. We want consumers to know the Baraboo Area is a safe place to visit, shop and do business.
The Chamber is providing #SaferInSauk posters to members that have implemented special health and safety protocols in their workplaces so that consumers with health concerns know where they can safely conduct business.
Kudos to the businesses that have taken precautions to make sure we’re all “Safer In Sauk.” Call the Chamber at (608) 356-8333 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a poster and join these businesses: Spa Serenity, Bekah Kate’s, Urbanwood Studio, Con Amici, Nail’d with Style, Eye of the Beholder, Best Western, Just Imagine, Burkhalter Travel, Aspire Salon Suites, Top Hat, QTI Group, Ringling House B&B, Wellbeing Healing Services, G&G Concessions, Baraboo Burger Company, Las Milpas, Pizza Ranch, Baraboo Candy, RE/MAX Grand, Wisconsin River Title, Wild Bird Barn, International Crane Foundation, Baraboo Children’s Museum, Amber Moon, Kids Ranch, Community First Bank, Remedy Intelligent Staffing, Helen’s Daughters Studio, Sauk County Art Association and Very Merry Holiday Fair.