Queen City Sausage is the proud receiver of a new, decorative monument, paying tribute to the company’s long-standing commitment to Cincinnati and the Camp Washington neighborhood where it resides.
The Queen City Sausage monument features the Queen City Sausage story and founder/President, Elmer J. Hensler. The monument, located just in front of the Queen City sausage plant (Spring Grove Avenue) is part of an improvement campaign by the City of Cincinnati and the Camp Washington Business Association. Both joined forces to make this project come to life. Many businesses along Spring Grove Ave. have just received their own monuments, each telling the business’ story as well as features of past business that once played a vital role in Cincinnati/Camp Washington.
The improvements are starting to take shape. Last year, the City planted trees along Spring Grove Ave. The newly installed monuments create an Impressive “gateway” effect for Camp Washington and the many historic businesses that call it home. The monuments’ design tie in with the new “Plaza” effects created at the nearby Hopple Street Exchange.
Queen City Sausage’ founder Elmer J. Hensler remarks, “The new monuments complement our ongoing program to improve the Queen City Sausage property and the Camp Washington neighborhood.”
The company has recently added on a 14,000 sq. ft. addition, painted buildings, added decorative awnings, and new fencing. The City recently renamed a portion of Straight Street, Elmer Hensler Way.
Visit the company’s Facebook page to see a picture of the new monument: https://www.facebook.com/Queen-City-Sausage-167543853268650/
Source: Queen City Sausage