Champions of Business
Junior Achievement
Monday 23 May 2016

Thank you for attending the 8th Annual Champions of Business!

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On behalf of Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc., Northcentral District, we would like to express our sincere appreciation for your attendance at the 2016 Champions of Business Awards dinner honoring the Fromm Brothers, John Slayton and David Smith, individuals who have helped to build the community in central Wisconsin as we know it today. The exceptional men and women of the past serve as role models for the leaders of today and the future. 

Watch the 2016 highlight video to relive the night's best moments!

We hope that you enjoyed the evening and will plan on attending again next year. Please mark your calendar for the 9th Annual Champions of Business on May 18, 2017. 

All the proceeds from the Champions of Business awards dinner help fund local Junior Achievement programming. During the most recent JA program year of 2014-15, the Northcentral District positively impacted 10,589 local K-12 students in 524 classrooms, together with 373 volunteers. We are estimating to reach over 11,200 students in 570+ classrooms in the 2015-16 school year.

For over 70 years, Junior Achievement of Wisconsin - Northcentral District has worked diligently to show local students how they can achieve personal financial success and help drive economic growth through innovation and creativity. Students are eager to learn about what they will need to be successful—from money management to career readiness and entrepreneurship—and Junior Achievement gives them the power to dream and achieve.   

If you have any questions or comments regarding your experience with Champions of Business, would like to nominate someone or would like to provide financial support of the event or other JA programming in the future, please contact Mari Stein at 715-842-1056 or mstein@jawis.org or visit us online at championsofbusiness.org.

Thank you for supporting Junior Achievement and Champions of Business