Bloomer Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Bloomer Chamber of Commerce

"A Place to Call Home"

From beautiful Lake Como to the thriving downtown business district and diversified industrial base, the city of Bloomer has something for everyone. The excellent school district and medical facilities offer outstanding programs and services. Great local restaurants boast local home cooking with specialties like pizza, breads and pies; and local shopping opportunities add to the ambiance of the community. The city has a population of more than 3,400 and is conveniently located in northwestern Wisconsin on State Highways 53, 40, and 64. Bloomer offers an exceptional quality of life to its residents; it is a progressive small community with the amenities of a large city and security of a small town. From the friendly neighborhoods to the charming downtown area, you’ll see that the citizens of Bloomer take pride in their city and welcome you for a visit or a lifetime stay. 




  We are Bloomer STRONG and PROUD!

A Community working together.

 As our Community continues to work through this difficult time, our Bloomer Businesses would like to Thank everyone for the support that you are giving them.  The businesses are doing the best they can to keep up with the ever changing times and want you to know that we are here for the Community.  As a business Community we have had to change the way we do our daily business and look for new ways  to serve the customers.

We ask for your continued support and to Shop Local, call businesses ahead, order take outs, have items delievered, check out our local businesses online. Check Bloomer Out-you may be surprised just how much our local businesses have to offer.

Our support of local charities, organizations, fundraisers and civic events has never wavered, and we will continue to be strong as we appreciate you our customers and  we feel grateful for the community we live in.  

If you have questions about Bloomer Businesses, Events or anything Bloomer, please call the Office at 715-568-3339 or    715-210-0111.  We are here for you 24/7 -- that's what makes Bloomer.


City of Bloomer Residents
Absentee Voting Open
From Monday October 26th thru Friday October 30th, 2020
Location : Bloomer City Hall located at 1503 Man Street, Bloomer Wisconsin 54724
This location is for Bloomer City residents only.
Hours 8 am to 4 pm
A photo ID is required to Vote!
Call 715-568-3032 with any questions.


2020 Gifts for Kids Program
We are now taking applications for the 2020 “ Gifts for Kids” program.
If you are in need of help this Christmas Season with gifts for your Children, you are asked to stop at the Bloomer Chamber of Commerce Office which is located within the Bloomer Area Aquatic Center at 1731 17th Ave. Bloomer.
Applications must be completed by November 23rd, 2020.
This program has been designed to help those individuals that have children within the Bloomer School District.
If you apply for this program you will also sign a document stating that you are not applying to or will be receiving gifts from any other program this Holiday Season.
You will need to complete a gift list for each individual child, listing clothes size,
shoe size, personal item needs, gift requests, favorite colors and styles and Family needs.
Applications can only be completed by the Parent requesting assistance and must be completed at the Office.
Don’t forget, the final date we will; be taking applications is November 23, 2020.
Sponsored by the Bloomer Chamber of Commerce, Local Bloomer Chamber of Commerce Business’s and Bloomer Residents.
Helping to make Everyone’s Christmas Brighter.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call 715-568-3339
If you would like to be a SPONSOR this Holiday season-- please call 715-568-3339 for information.
Office Location:
Bloomer Area Aquatic and Recreation Center Building
1731 17th Ave



The WEDC is opening up a second phase of We're All In Small Business Grants making more than $50 million of additional CARES Act funding to Wisconsin businesses hard hit by the pandemic

 Gov. Tony Evers announced a $75 million in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s We’re All In initiative, a comprehensive effort to celebrate and help Wisconsin’s small businesses get back on their feet and support best practices to keep businesses, consumers, employees and communities safe.
Funded largely by federal dollars received through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, this initiative will provide direct assistance to small businesses most impacted by the duration and restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. These $2,500 cash grants will assist with the costs of business interruption or for health and safety improvements, wages and salaries, rent, mortgages, and inventory. Businesses will be able to apply for grant assistance in early June.
Wisconsin small businesses have stepped up during this pandemic to keep people safe and many have pivoted to producing needed items such as hand sanitizer and face coverings. Providing relief to small businesses in Wisconsin that have been impacted by the pandemic is an important part of our response to and recovery from the pandemic.
The We’re All In initiative will include:
1.  Grants in the amount of $2,500 to small businesses with 20 or fewer FTEs impacted by COVID-19 that have not already received WEDC COVID-19 assistance. Up to thirty thousand businesses may receive grants. More details about the program will be available later this month with businesses able to apply for grant assistance in June.
2.  A series of guides for businesses looking to implement best practices to keep employees, customers, and communities safe throughout the COVID-19 crisis. These guides are an essential part of the We’re All In program and were developed in consultation with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Department of Tourism, Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, Department of Safety and Professional Services, as well as industry leaders and public health experts throughout the state. They are found on WEDC’s website at
3.  Ethnic Minority Emergency Grants, which provide $2 million in grants for ethnically diverse Wisconsin micro-businesses who suffered losses due to the pandemic. The grants are aimed at sole proprietorship or businesses with five or fewer employees that have not received assistance under either SB 20/20 program or SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program. One thousand grants of $2,000 each will be administered in partnership with Wisconsin’s 19 ethnic and minority chambers of commerce. More details are available at
4.  An integrated public information campaign promoting We’re All In businesses and social practices to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and celebrate Wisconsin’s diverse and strong economy.
Gov. Evers stated “We are still encouraging people to stay home as much as possible, practice physical distancing and good hygiene, and take protective measures like wearing a mask in public, but as more businesses continue to reopen around the state, we need to go all in on doing this together.” Grant recipients will become We’re All In businesses by committing to safety protocols and using them in their shops, cafes and places of work to protect their customers, employees, and communities. This network of Main Street businesses will form the backbone of the We’re All In initiative, along with support from major Wisconsin businesses, communities and other associations.
To learn more about this go to: WEDC
Helpful Business Resources:
 Small Business Financial Assistance:
The SBA provides both grant and loan options to small businesses impacted by COVID-19. They also are a great resource for federal guidelines and information such as understanding the CARES Act.
The U.S. Chamber is working closely with the White House, U.S. government agencies, and foreign government officials to inform and equip businesses with the most important and up-to-date information to prevent the spread of the virus and prepare businesses for the near and long-term impact.
Wisconsin Employment Guidelines & Resources:
Wisconsin's DWD is here to assist you in navigating unemployment and worker's compensation during the current pandemic.
National & State Business Resources:
Look to the WEDC to understand state and federal assistance available to you due to the impacts of COVID-19.
Issued April 16, the Wisconsin Safer at Home order is in effect to May 26. Click here to read the details.
 We have been asked where the hand sanitizer can be purchased in Bloomer and the answer is Xpeditions Bar and Coffee. Thank you for helping with retail sales




Bloomer Clubs, Organizations, Churches, Non-Profits—School Groups, Sports Group, etc
We need your helping getting a list together of all the different types of groups within our Community.
If you are in charge of, belong to or know of any organization, please help by providing the following information.
Name of Group:______________________________
Contact Person/Leader ___________________________________________________
Contact Phone Number:___________________________________________________
Contact email address:____________________________________________________
Facebook Page: _________________________________________________________
Type of organization:______________________________________________________
Events/Activities that you host: ______________________________________________
Normal dates that events are held ____________________________________________
Please share this information with the proper person or check
Please respond to: if you have questions,
call 715-568-3339.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to get us the information.









August 2020





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