UW-Green Bay Small Business Development Center helps Sheboygan bakery | Business | sheboygansun.com
SHEBOYGAN – One of Sheboygan’s most well-known bakeries has changed ownership, as Zach Norman has taken over Hi-Lo Bakery.
The local business, which sells wholesale hard rolls and buns to many local restaurants and retail stores, also provides products for large corporate functions, brat fries, benefits and large gatherings. The current bakery has been known as Hi-Lo since 1977, but the building located at 1216 N. 8th St. has served as a bakery since World War II.
“Hi-Lo means high quality, low price, and that is the mission. We strive to put the best quality product out there and keep the prices low for our customers,” said Norman.
Hi-Lo’s change in ownership was made possible with the help of both the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation and the Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay. Norman particularly gives credit to Entrepreneurial Specialist Ray York for making the ownership transition a smooth one.
“Honestly, I couldn’t have bought this business without Ray’s help. The SCEDC is a phenomenal resource for small business owners,” said Norman.