Hoffmann graduated in with a degree in business administration and always knew she wanted to run her own business after growing up in a family of entrepreneurs. We were raised with a mindset of knowing what it takes to be your own boss, how beautiful it can be, the benefits of being your own boss and knowing how to get through the hard months, but also knowing there is usually a light at the end of the tunnel. In June of , Hoffmann launched her company in a mobile boutique and now six years later she has a store front on Jackson Street in Dubuque, with nearly 30 retailers in eight states carrying The Midwest Girl apparel. As The Midwest Girl brand grows with new T-shirt collections and products, Hoffmann hopes when customers near and far wear the items they are taken back to their hometown roots. They are going to the cool shops, restaurants and breweries. Hoffmann credits her UW-Platteville business professors with giving her the foundation to develop a business. She appreciated the small class sizes where she could form relationships with her instructors and peers. It was the perfect size.
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The Wisconsin natives sell t-shirts, sweatshirts and more—all paying homage to the Heartland. We share our story, and we hope that by sharing our experiences, others can relate and feel their story being honored and celebrated. The store will open in the Millwork District in spring
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