We all want to support local businesses over big box stores when we can, and Sheboygan County is the place to do it! Here’s a list of some of the best small businesses to get you started.

Olivu426 

Featuring handmade, all-natural products for hair, body, face, and general self-care, Olivu in downtown Sheboygan can meet your needs. Plus, with their help, you can make your own scent combination with their essential oils and fragrances. Trust me, your skin will thank you. I personally love their charcoal facewash and Beauty Cream.

Caan’s Floral

Caan's Floral

All things lawn and garden are here, plus a little more. From your patio to your flowerbed, from weddings to holidays, whether expert or beginner, Caan’s can help. Just take a stroll through sometime and breathe deep – it’s a beautiful spot to shop.

Good As New

Good As New

Good As New is a thrift store supporting our local private education. You’ll find clothes, furniture, and more, all while supporting local education!

Trilling Hardware

Trilling Hardware

It’s bigger on the inside, filled to the brim of every home improvement tool you could possibly need. Hoses, drills, nuts, bolts, paint supplies, drawer knobs, light switches – it’s almost an adventure in and of itself discovering all the treasures this store holds.

Division St Marketplace

Division Street Marketplace

“Eweniquely This And That” – come here to find everything from pantry and grocery items to decor to fun gifts. Division St. will surprise and delight you with all its unique goods. Everything has a face and a story behind it, so you know you’re directly supporting the community. From prime cuts of meat to hand-poured candles, a lot of love makes this market the warm and welcoming place it is!

Evans

Evan's

Toys both classic and modern, craft supplies, hobbies, decor, and more – it’s a store that keeps on going with treasures around every corner.

Goodside Grocery

Goodside Grocery carries only the freshest, local goods for your pantry, fridge, and table. So you’re not only supporting the store itself, but the farms behind it. That’s a meal that feels good.

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