(Post-Crescent (Appleton, WI) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) March 15--Four established businesses are in the process of moving, or have just moved.
NEENAH'S PIZZA HUT
Pizza Hut's Gillingham Road branch in Neenah will be open for one more month, then move to 965 S. Green Bay Road, according to information posted in the store. The new spot is at the site of a former Midas near A&E Jewelers and Burger King. The new location, opening April 15, will offer delivery and carry out only.
GO WILD WITH BIRDS
Go Wild With Birds, a wildbird feeding and nature specialty store, will be open through March 29 on Church Street in downtown Neenah and then shut for its move. It will reopen April 3 in a new location, 216 W. Cecil Street in Neenah. "The visibility was good here (in downtown Neenah) and a good place to grow, but now I can afford to go into a bigger space," said owner Marie Rohrer. She'll triple her space in the new building, which is two blocks west of Cranky Pat's and next to Van Zeeland's at the corner of Marathon and Cecil.
Reboot, an electronics recycling surplus store and division of R3new Recycling, moved this past week from downtown Menasha to a new storefront at 2310 W. College Ave. in Appleton, the strip mall across the street from Glass Nickel Pizza.
"We moved to the Appleton location for space, location and to add services," said Brian Arpke, compliance manager.
Reboot offers electronics recycling to small businesses and consumers, and is a certified electronics recycler, "which means we are audited and carry the proper liability and environmental insurances," he said. The shop's inventory includes refurbished laptops, desktop computers and LCD monitors. It offers in-store data destruction services, $10 in-store credit for laptops or desktops, and free computer diagnostics and repair estimates.
The store has limited hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Info: www.itreboot.com or 920-358-0103
UltraCom will open Monday at 425 W. Northland Ave., next to Dollar Tree, east of Richmond Street. The office is an authorized U.S. Cellular agent. It moved from the corner of Ballard Road/Edgewood on Appleton's north side.
"We were kind of tucked away there in the corner. We're hoping for more visibility and more traffic on Northland," said Sara Nikolay, president and CEO of the Stevens Point-based UltraCom. She said the new location offers all the services of corporate U.S. Cellular offices. Information: ultracomwireless.com
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