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  • Member News

  • Welcome New Members

    701 Lois Dr
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    2208 Michigan Ave
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    1251 Tara Dr
    Sun Prairie WI 53950
    300 Kelvington Dr
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    1500 W Main St
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    Christian Brothers Automotive - Sun Prairie
    2420 Ironwood Dr 1797
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    1797 Sunfield St
    Sun Prairie WI 53590
    1181 Gracing Oaks Ln
    Sun Prairie WI 53590

    Ambassador Visits - Click Here for  Photos and more information

    March 20th:
      Nature Preserve Pet Care
                    791 Lois Dr, Sun Prairie
    Previous Ambassador Visits:
    February 8th:
      Jung Garden Center
                    1123 N Bristol St
     Madison Dance Academy
                     686 Progress Way # 11 & # 12
  • Member Spotlights

    JDog Junk Removal & Hauling

    JDog Junk Removal & Hauling recently opened in the Madison area as one of over 100 JDog franchises operating in 36 States. JDog franchises are owned by local military veterans and strive to keep 80% of the “junk” out of landfills. JDog offers a wide range of junk removal and hauling services. JDog can take anything with the exception of hazardous materials. Call today for a free quote! 608-765-JDOG(5364)

    2009 S Stoughton Rd
    Madison WI 53716


    Winter Services

    Winter Services is a full-service snow removal and management company based out of Madison & Milwaukee. We service facilities and businesses throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest. With a fleet of high-tech snow removal equipment and total dedication to customer satisfaction, our team of snow management experts is here to clear your lots professionally and quickly with every snowfall.”

    26 Marsh Ct.
    Madison WI 53718



    Settlers Bank

      At Settlers Bank we’ve been celebrating the entrepreneurial adventure since 2007. That year Tom Spitz and David Fink rolled up their sleeves and undertook opening a bank at what turned out to be the brink of the Great Recession. These bankers stayed the course, took their clean balance sheet and help businesses and families at a time when few banks were able or willing to lend.  Fast decisions. Simple solutions. No nonsense banking.  Still doing it today.

    8010 Excelsior Dr. Ste. 101, Madison, WI
    4021 Meridian Dr., Windsor WI












  • Member News


    Wilde East Towne Honda is a proud member of the 2017 Council of Parts & Service Professionals
    (Management Team pictured from left to right): Jim Hergenroether, Service Manager; Jorge Hidalgo,
    Principal Partner; Chad Everts, Parts Manager; Terry Trickett, General Manager
    Wilde East Towne Honda Distinguished by Honda Council of Parts & Service Professionals
    MADISON, Wis.— American Honda Motor Co., Inc., is proud to announce that Wilde East Towne Honda is now an esteemed member of the 2017 Council of Parts & Service Professionals.
    The Honda Council of Parts & Service Professionals, introduced in 2016, recognizes the best parts and service departments in Honda dealerships across the country. Only 150 Honda dealerships, out of more than 1,000 nationwide, receive this annual honor for excellence in parts and service operations.
    “Wilde East Towne Honda is committed to delivering an outstanding customer service experience,” said Bruce Smith, Senior Vice President of Parts, Service and Technical Operations for Honda. “Their parts and service teams elevated their performance and proved themselves worthy of this honor.”

    Settlers bank becomes a Certified Dementia Friendly Business

    Understanding Vulnerable Clients

    MADISON, WI, April 3rd, 2018 – Employees of Settlers bank recently underwent Dementia Friendly Business certification training with Kari Paterson, Executive Director of the South Central Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. This training raised staff awareness on how to better serve both clients with dementia as well as their support network, increased their understanding of what dementia means, how it affects the brain and partnered it with a toolkit of best practices regarding communication and interaction with dementia afflicted clients. This training increased staff awareness to what these vulnerable clients need from their financial institution and how Settlers bank can best serve them.With financial scams against the elderly and the epidemic rise in dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease, CEO Tom Spitz and President Dave Fink, believe that it’s crucial employees are well trained and educated in how to both recognize financial threats against clients and to understand the unique communication needs of this population.

         “Almost all of us at some point or another will experience, either through family or through friends, first-hand the challenges that dementia can bring to both the individual afflicted as well as their family, friends and the communities around them,” says Tom Spitz, CEO.    “Everyone knows that fraud against the elderly and the vulnerable has not only increased but continues to get more sophisticated.  If we can give our staff the opportunity to better understand the disease, add that to the tools we already have in place to identify transactions clients may be lured into, potentially we can provide an added layer of protection for them against scams and fraud” states Dave Fink, President.  The Dementia-friendly business guide can be found here.

      For more information go to www.settlerswi.com or contact Laura Mael at 608-628-1353 or lmael@settlerswi.com