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HSUGinseng.com is proud to announce the upcoming 2nd International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival coming soon

Wausau, WI – August 1, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Known as the “Ginseng Capital” of America, Central Wisconsin is proud to announce the upcoming 2nd International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival. This location has earned this well-known nickname due to its perfect geographical location – 45 degrees North and 90 degrees West – which offers the ideal climate and optimal soil conditions for growing the purest Ginseng in the country.

Today, Wisconsin is home to a wide array of ginseng farmers who are responsible for the growth of 95 percent of the annual domestic production. Due to this fact, ginseng is the official state herb of Wisconsin.

To celebrate ginseng and the area’s heritage, HSU’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc. is proud to announce the upcoming 2nd International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival.

“This year’s festival is set to take place for three days, September 14th to September 16th,” stated HSU’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc. spokesperson Kenny Tsai. “If you would like to take part in this exciting annual event and learn more about Wisconsin Ginseng, registration is open until August 15th. All prices for both the three and one day tours are available on our website, along with a schedule of events. We are excited about spreading information about HSU Ginseng and its impact on the state and country.”

During the festival, those who attend can take part in the “Everything Wisconsin Ginseng” tour, which includes a three- or one-day tour. The tour is full of a wide array of fun activities that feature farming, culinary, cultural and historical aspects behind this industry.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to let individuals in and around the area learn more about American Ginseng and how it impacts the state and country economy,” continued Tsai. “We encourage you to visit our site today to learn more about this festival and all it has to offer.”

More information about the upcoming ginseng festival and the tours being offered by HSU’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc. can be found by visiting the company’s website.

ABOUT HSU’S GINSENG ENTERPRISES, INC.

Since 1974, HSU’s Ginseng has been providing high-quality ginseng products for the state of Wisconsin and the entire country. While quite a bit has changed since the early days of the company, the staff is still dedicated to providing superior customer service and high-quality products at every turn. The company is proud to be part of the annual Ginseng Festival each year.

Contact Info:
Name: Kenny Tsai
Email: info@hsuginseng.com
Organization: HSU’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc.
Address: T6819 County Road W, Wausau, WI 54403-9461
Phone: 1800-826-1577

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