Chamber News

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Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Mueller and Son’s Quality Construction, based in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin has joined the Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce.  They are a family-owned and operated contracting service. While they specialize in rough-framing, basements, decks, and porches they also have had a hand in other remodeling projects. Greg Mueller Sr., who started the business, always said, “110% no matter what the more
Categories: New Chamber Member, Chamber, Press Release
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Skully’s Terror Haunted House located in Jefferson, Wisconsin has joined the Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce.  Wrapping up another great season of haunting this year, Skully’s is hoping for first place in the “Favorite SE Region Haunted Attraction” in Wisconsin. Coming in at 2nd place in 2022, Skully’s made it their mission to come back this season stronger, scarier, and better than ever. more
Categories: Chamber, Press Release, New Chamber Member
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Starting on Small Business Saturday, November 25th, you can travel around Fort Atkinson to each participating business to be entered to win Santa’s Bag. As in past years, you can drop your name into their envelope to be entered to win. Alternatively, this year, shoppers can use their phones to enter by scanning QR codes present at each business. Visit each location by Saturday, December 2nd to be more
Categories: General News Article, Press Release, Chamber, Human Interest
Monday, November 20, 2023
Sparkling Survivor, LLC is a healthcare consult and concierge business that combines science and spirituality, as well as Eastern and Western medicine, to create an individualized and holistic cancer experience. Founder Shelley Schaitel is an Oncology-certified RN with a bachelor’s degree. She has worked in thirteen oncology clinics across southern Wisconsin for about thirteen years. In 2018, more
Categories: Chamber, New Chamber Member, Press Release
Tuesday, November 07, 2023
The City of Fort Atkinson reminds motorists to be aware of pedestrians as daylight hours decrease this fall. “With less daylight hours this time of year we hear about a lot of near misses when it comes to vehicles stopping for pedestrians at the City’s various marked cross walks,” said Andy Selle, Director of Public Works. Motorists are reminded when pedestrians are crossing to wait until the more
Categories: Press Release