Theisen’s Vice President Chris Theisen and Store Manager Brian Kellogg pose with Economic Development officials and the American Legion Post 38 color guard on the morning the store moved into the old Shopko store.
The long-rumored closing of New Hampton’s Shopko store became a reality this past spring, but the city and surrounding area came out a winner when Theisen’s agreed to purchase the building and move their store across the street. And early in October, after three hectic months of remodeling, Theisen...
Before the new Theisen’s store in New Hampton opens for the first time, city and company officials pose for a photo with the American Legion Fae Stine Post 38 color guard that raised the flag at the old Shopko building. Pictured are New Hampton Economic Development Director Tammy Robinson; Theisen’s Vice President of Operations Chris Theisen; the Legion’s Paul Kruger, Clark Budweg, Jeff Macon, Ron Pethoud and Brian Quirk; Theisen’s Store Manager Brian Kellogg and Economic Development assistant Megan Baltes.
A dream 10 years in the making came to realization Friday morning when New Hampton’s new Theisen’s store opened. And the new store’s “soft opening” came with a little style as the American Legion Fae Stine Post 38 Color Guard held a short ceremony before raising the flag for Theisen’s first day. “...
It’s a done deal: Theisen’s Home Farm Auto is moving across the street this fall. Officials from the Dubuque-based family-owned corporation announced last Wednesday that they had finalized the deal to purchase the building that housed the old Shopko Hometown store at 660 W. Milwaukee Street.  “We...

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