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Growing a partnership - Buehler's to operate the Gateway Café

Buehler’s Fresh Foods and Kingwood Center Gardens are excited to announce a new partnership to provide garden guests with outstanding food service and catering. Buehler’s will be operating the Gateway Café located inside the new visitor center, the Garden Gateway at Kingwood, which opens to the public in July.


“We cannot begin to describe how excited we are to partner with Kingwood Center Gardens. With the addition of the new visitor center, they will be able to offer guests an even greater experience. The values and vision of Kingwood Center Gardens align with our company and we believe this is going to be a great partnership as well as a first-class addition to the community,” said Mike Merritt, Vice President of Food Service at Buehler’s Fresh Foods.


Kingwood’s Director, Chuck Gleaves agrees. “Our ongoing efforts to increase the depth and diversity of experiences Kingwood has to offer its visitors will be taking a giant leap forward with the engagement of Buehler’s to offer food and beverages for our events and in the Gateway Café of our new Garden Gateway Visitor Center which opens to the public July 12, 2020.”


Garden visitors may have spotted Ferris, Buehler’s Food Truck, at Kingwood events in 2019. Beginning in April, Ferris will continue to serve a variety of delicious menu options to garden event goers. Buehler’s will also provide catering for weddings and special events at Kingwood Center Gardens.


About Buehler’s Fresh Foods

Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store was founded in 1929 by E.L. Buehler and his wife, Helen. The family moved the business in 1932 to Wooster, and, after four generations, grew to 13 stores serving the northeast Ohio market. In 2017, Buehler’s became an ESOP (employee stock ownership program) with the belief that selling to their own employees was the best way to assure the continuation of the innovative and creative spirit which made the chain a benchmark for independent grocers.


About Kingwood Center Gardens

Kingwood Center Gardens is an exquisite garden estate on 47 acres in Mansfield, OH that once was the home of the innovative industrialist, Charles Kelley King. Kingwood is renown for its distinctive floral displays, unique plant specimens, woodland trails, historic mansion and gardens, display greenhouse, duck pond, and peacocks. Signature events like Wine Walk, the Great Pumpkin Glow and Christmas at Kingwood delight thousands of guests annually and provide vital support for this non-profit organization.

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Kingwood Center Gardens is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and 47-acre former estate garden. Those requesting information regarding the Garden Gateway Project or who wish to make a donation should contact Brenda Nelson, Director of Development

Email: bnelson@kingwoodcenter.org

Phone: (419) 522-0211 x109

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