The Wilson Wreath Company Limited will host the latest How’s It Made in Sackville event on Tuesday, July 12.
The Wilson Wreath Company, located at 64 Crescent Street, provides beautiful wreaths throughout the year. Its inventory includes fragrant balsam fir products for the wholesale, corporate gifting, and fundraising markets in both Canada and the USA during the Christmas season to its new line of twig and silk wreaths for the corporate gifting sector during the spring, summer and fall seasons.
“We are happy to be hosting this upcoming How’s It Made Event and are looking forward to opening our doors in Sackville to the community,” said Peter Hess, president/owner of Wilson Wreaths.
“Wilson Wreath has two locations, in Tracadie and Sackville,” explained Hess. “Sackville is home to our ring division, and our fundraising and mail order divisions. We make wire wreath rings here for our own use and a specialized clamp ring for some American wreath makers. Our fundraising and mail-order customers are located across North America and all decorating, packaging and shipping is done out of Sackville from late November to mid-December. We are also enjoying a three-year relationship with Sobeys (Atlantic).”
The How’s It Made in Sackville series is intended to showcase Sackville businesses. Events allow local business members of the Chamber of Commerce to open their doors to the public and showcase their products. It also allows local residents to better understand the range of businesses and services available locally and to better understand how products are made or what services are available.
The series is intended to raise awareness of what’s available in Sackville and encourage people to support local businesses first. In so doing, the long term viability and sustainability of the greater Sackville area will be assured. The event, which will be held from 5-7 p.m., is being co-sponsored by the Greater Sackville Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Sackville. All are welcome to this free event.