December 6, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Talk of the Town… Jim and Jen Wagner

Every week we ask a village resident or official three questions. This week we spoke to Jim and Jen Wagner about their giant tent sale that will be held at the St. Joseph Community Festival.

What is your favorite thing about the festival?
Getting out and seeing our community and customers. It’s always great to see them. We love to see everyone out there.

What is the most challenging part about preparing for the festival?
We take down our store and move it out to the festival. Each day we tear down and set up. Also making all of the new products and the door busters.

What sort of specials can people look forward to?
Each day we have a doorbuster item. Thursday we have 17.00 hoodies, Friday 7.00 tee shirts, and Friday 19.00 pullovers. All great deals. We also launch the newer and trendy items. We like to offer our customers during these special events deals they can take advantage of and a way to say thank you!!!

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