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U.S. Venture is recognized as an innovative leader in the distribution of petroleum and renewable energy products, lubricants, and tires and parts for the automotive aftermarket. We have invested in finding a better way to do business since our first heating oil truck took to the road in 1951, and one thing has remained constant: we work hard to deliver our customers unparalleled service and make the world a little bit better every day. Our portfolio of businesses includes: U.S. Oil, U.S. AutoForce, U.S. Lubricants, U.S. Gain (GAIN Clean Fuel), Breakthrough, and IGEN.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield understands our health connects us to each other. What we all do impacts those around us. So Anthem is dedicated to delivering better care to its members, providing greater value to customers and helping improve the health of our communities.
American Foods Group is one of the largest beef processing companies in the U.S. They provide wholesome, on-time delivery of the freshest beef from America’s heartland. American Foods Group is proud to support their community.
Bank First is headquartered in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Through a combination of acquisitions and de novo offices, the bank has expanded to serve the community banking needs of those throughout Wisconsin. Our growth has been achieved through our relationship-based model of banking. We take pride in knowing our customers on a personal level and working together to create value for themselves, their families, and the communities in which we live.
Community First Credit Union's mission is to provide high quality, competitive, financial products and services which anticipate and exceed our members' needs. To be the primary financial institution for our members. Our vision is to consistently demonstrate to our members and potential members that Community First is the best choice for the majority of their financial business and is a place where Everybody Counts, Everybody Cares, Everybody Delivers, Everyday!
Green Bay Packaging is a family-owned, vertically integrated and diversified packaging company, specializing in corrugated container, folding carton, linerboard and labels. Founded in 1933, Green Bay Packaging has over 4,000 employees and 37 manufacturing locations located in 14 states.
The Green Bay Packers Foundation has been giving back to Wisconsin's communities since it was established in 1986 by Judge Robert J. Parins, then president of Green Bay Packers, Inc. "as a vehicle to assure continued contributions to charity." It is a component of Green Bay Packers Give Back, the all-encompassing community outreach initiative.
JBS Foods is a global, diversified protein company creating delicious products for customers and consumers around the world. They are driven by their mission to be the best and committed to responsibly producing products people trust and enjoy.
For nearly 25 years, Precision Machine has helped hundreds of businesses overcome manufacturing obstacles and find better solutions for their machining needs.
Precision Machine owner and founder, Jamie Spitzer, spent his early career on both sides of the industry: first as an employee at a machining shop, and later for an engineering company. He saw and felt the frustration of unreliable suppliers. Witnessing how many of them would cut corners to get the job done--even at the cost of the product’s quality--he finally grew tired of it. In 1997, Jamie started his own machining business, Precision Machine, built on the foundation of personalized customer service, serious problem solving, and a company committed to integrity.
Prevea Health, a Green Bay-based physician group has more than 350 primary and specialty care providers, more than 40 health centers and 26 employer-based clinics in the northeastern Wisconsin region as well as the Chippewa Valley in Western Wisconsin.
Quality Insulators, Inc. has been in the business of commercial and industrial insulation for over 30 years. With over 35 qualified insulators, many with over 15 years of insulation experience, they strive to provide the best. Its mission is to exceed the expectations of its customers through quality workmanship and unmatched services while creating a safe work environment for employees and customers.
Schreiber Foods is a customer-brand leader in cream cheese, natural cheese, process cheese, shelf-stable beverages and yogurt.
United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Union Local 1473 is the largest local union in the State of Wisconsin. Covering nearly the entire state and the upper peninsula of Michigan, its 16,500 members work in many different occupations and industries.
Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) provides electric and natural gas service to more than 776,000 customers throughout northeast and north-central Wisconsin. WPS is a subsidiary of WEC Energy Group Inc., one of the United States' premier energy companies.
30 years ago, AK Pizza Crust's leaders turned their passion for pizza into a business they're still crazy about today. Alive & Kickin’ now sells millions of pounds of dough products every year and helps pizzerias, entertainment venues, delis, manufacturers and more deliver food customers love. Our customers come to us because they want to save time and effort; because they need ultra-consistent quality; and because their reputations depend on the flavor and texture of every pizza they sell.
American Transmission Co. owns and operates high-voltage electric transmission systems that provide the pathway for power into communities. ACT is helping to keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong.
Breakthrough is a strategic transportation partner empowering shippers with data, technology, and market knowledge to reduce cost, create fair partnerships, and improve transportation network efficiency and sustainability.
Hawkins Ash is a full-service accounting firm founded in 1956.
For more than 60 years, clients have trusted Hawkins Ash professionals as advisors and partners who deliver timely and precise work and keep them informed as laws and accounting practices change.
The Oneida Nation is originally from upstate New York. After the Revolutionary War, they began to relocate to Wisconsin. In 1838, the Treaty with the Oneida established the 65,400-acre Oneida Indian Reservation along Duck Creek. For nearly 200 years, the Oneida Nation has called this area of Wisconsin home.