Baraboo Area residents want the Hallmark Channel to consider filming a holiday movie here, and thought the best way to plant the seed was with some good old-fashioned word-of-mouth and publicity.
Change is a constant force, one that can – when nurtured effectively – foster renewal and growth. 2019 was a year of great change for the Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce and its partners.
Want to make sure no one on your list receives the same gift from you that they got from someone else? Shop in the Baraboo Area, where merchants specialize in one-of-a-kind treasures.
The Cedar Rapids Gazette recently explored how some Iowa-born visionaries – Aldo Leopold and the Ringling brothers – found fame when they came to Baraboo. The article includes mentions of Devil’s Lake State Park, the International Crane Foundation, Circus World and the Aldo Leopold Foundation.
Carolers singing on the downtown streets, horse-drawn wagons taking passengers around town, Santa Claus himself greeting children: Anyone visiting Baraboo this holiday season will see that such scenes aren’t merely the stuff of Norman Rockwell paintings. They live and breathe right here in 2019.
We have less than two weeks to finish selling our 1,200 Cash Raffle tickets. It’s time to hit the gas as we approach the finish line!
We hope you’ve seen the “Discover Real Baraboo” brand on billboards, yard signs, print advertisements and social media over the past month.
We focused most of this month on selling Cash Raffle tickets and promoting the Discover Real Baraboo brand, but we also made a little time to roll out the Chamber’s newest event: Oktoberfest, coming in September 2020.
Although it was built along a river, not an ocean, Baraboo made Yahoo Finance’s list of the top 25 affordable waterfront cities in America!
Everything is fresh at Baraboo Candy, from the innovative new products on the shelves to the ingredients used to make them.