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REAL ESTATE | Difficult announcement from owners of Hartford Public Market

Hartford, WI – After two years in business difficult announcement was passed along on social media over the weekend from the owners of Hartford Public Market who relayed a decision to close in March 2023.

According to the City of Hartford:  The Hartford Public Market, a new business located in downtown Hartford, opened its doors in September 2021.  Local owners, Ally and Steve Kenitz, have compiled small businesses from the Hartford area and throughout southern Wisconsin to bring their products to the Hartford Public Market.  The store features an assortment of high-quality local products and provides a vendor marketplace to help small businesses get their products to more customers.  The Hartford Public Market is an exciting new shopping experience in downtown area. 

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The business was established in 2021 and located at 102 N. Main St, Hartford, WI.

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“It is with great sadness that we have made the decision to close Hartford Public Market’s doors. Between developments in our personal lives, career advancement, our children, and everything in between….we weighed the positives and negatives of staying open and just couldn’t see the logic in staying open without the potential of stressing ourselves and our kids beyond a limit we would want to allow as parents.

Our last day of operation will be Saturday, March 4th. Please stop in before to snag some of your favorite products before they’re gone and even place an order to stock up on Kelly’s Pot Pies one last time.

From our family to yours, we want to sincerely thank ALL OF YOU for going on this journey with us. We hope that it allowed you to find some of your favorite Wisconsin small businesses and enjoy what our amazing vendors have to offer. We couldn’t have done this without you.

From the bottom of our hearts – thank you.”

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