For over 125 years, Weber’s has used their rich history of clothing knowledge to continue to grow and serve the Teutopolis area. Back in 1892, Henry J. Weber, the oldest of 10 children of immigrants, Catherine Probst and Joseph Weber, opened the doors of the H.J Weber Company. He learned how to barter with locals when customers didn’t have money to pay for his items. After Henry passed away, his son Charles took over the family business and added in his niche product: a small line of watches, clocks, and jewelry. Throughout the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, the shop continued to expand and grow. Charles handed the business down to his eldest sons after he passed away, who were then joined by his two younger sons when they returned from serving in the military. Henry and Don focused on expanding the jewelry and clothing sections of the store over the next 40 years and found tremendous success. Weber’s went on to employ many more of their family adding in Kurt and Kevin. In 1982, Tony Weber, the oldest son of Henry, was employed and soon joined by Todd Weber, the 9th son of Don. Today, Tony Weber, is accompanied by his son, Brad Weber who is carrying the torch for the 5th generation on the clothing side.

Throughout 5 generations of family and success, it is easy to understand why the company has thrived. The customer service is unmatched, and most customers feel at home shopping at Weber’s. The family and their employees always greet customers with a genuine smile and show their passion for the business through their service. At Weber’s, they can fit men in hundreds of suit options and tailor the clothing in house, providing the perfect personalized fit for anyone to feel confident on a big day.

Not only is the customer service personalized and welcoming, Weber’s offers over 1,000 styles of suits, tuxedo, and sport coats as well as all things jewelry and clocks, belts, wallets, shoes, and even greeting cards. The massive storefront lies in the heart of Teutopolis and is a hub for men and women of the area to shop for clothing, jewelry, and almost everything in between.

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