HARTLAND CHAMBER WELCOMES NEW MEMBER – CATALYST WELLNESS, LLC

The Hartland Chamber of Commerce welcomed a new member recently. Chamber Ambassador Nicole Hanson of First Bank Financial Centre (FBFC) (left) presented Kacie Walters of Catalyst Wellness, LLC with a membership plaque from the Chamber. Also pictured is Chamber Ambassador/Board Member Deb Nollen of Area Welcome and a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant.

Catalyst Wellness, LLC offers chiropractic, rehabilitation, functional movement training, and nutrition coaching. Catalyst Wellness, LLC is located at 592 W. North Shore Drive (within Elements In Motion, LLC) and can be reached at (262) 662-9775.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CHAMBER BUSINESS OF THE WEEK – MARY KAY BEAUTY CONSULTANT, DEB NOLLEN!

Mary Kay Beauty Consultant-Deb Nollen
Hartland, WI
(414) 659-9110 
http://www.marykay.com/debnollen

Pictured is Deb Nollen, Mary Kay Beauty Consultant.

Deb Nollen has been a full-service consultant in the Lake Country area since 1999. She keeps an inventory on hand of skin & body care products for men and women, color cosmetics and gifts for prompt delivery or pick up. Deb tailors her personalized service to fit your needs; choose an individual facial, makeover, shopping experience or earn free products with fun to pamper friends. She has opportunities for you to earn income too. To contact her or for additional information see marykay.com/debnollen.

Deb Nollen, Mary Kay Beauty Consultant has been a member of the Hartland Chamber for nine years and can be reached at (414) 659-9110. Visit her website for more information.

The Chamber highlights deserving members to thank them for their membership and commitment to the Hartland community. Businesses also receive a gift certificate from the Hartland Chamber and are asked to participate in the “Pay It Forward” program by passing it along to one of their deserving clients, vendors or employees.

 

 

MEET HARTLAND CHAMBER AMBASSADOR – MIKE GOGIN!

I have been involved in the insurance industry since 1996. The first part of my career I worked for a company that automated the claims process for automobile claims. In 2009, I decided to make a change and open my own business, Mike Gogin – State Farm. My wife, Tamara and I were excited to build a business of our own, and are lucky enough to do so in the Lake Country area. We enjoy working with individuals and small businesses in Hartland and the surrounding local communities, and help protect what’s most important to them.

I grew up in Delafield, and Tamara and I make our home there today with our 3 kids. We enjoy spectating and coaching our kids’ sports activities, and also enjoy skiing together as a family in winter.

HARTLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PRESENTS THE GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD TO HARTLAND SERVICE, INC.

Pictured from Hartland Service along with their staff are owners, Debbie and Mike Kusch. Also pictured are representatives from the Hartland Chamber.

Hartland Service, Inc., 400 E. Industrial Drive was recently presented with the Golden Hammer Award by the Hartland Chamber of Commerce in recognition of exemplary property improvements.

The Chamber believes that these improvements positively and directly affect commerce in Hartland and enhance the community as a whole. The intent of the Golden Hammer Award is to further encourage property owners and businesses to invest in improvements which ultimately make Hartland a better place to work and live.

Hartland Service, Inc. located in Hartland, WI., since 1992, is a family owned state of art independent automotive repair facility that prides itself in being considered the preferred service center in their community and the surrounding area.

Servicing vehicles is a family tradition and passion that traces its roots back to 1919 and with Mike and Debbie’s son Jeff joining the company in 2003 makes them four (4) generations strong! Their evolution as a family business started with Otto Kusch and his two brothers, Clem and John, working at the first shop in Milwaukee’s near north side fixing cars and shoeing horses! In 1945 the shop moved to a nearby Texaco gas station and for almost 50 years three generations of Kusch mechanics were fixing neighborhood cars. His son Jack took over the business in 1974 and Jack had his two sons, Mike and Mark as mechanics continuing the family tradition to today.
In 1992, the shop moved to Hartland Wisconsin where Mike and Debbie opened Hartland Service, Inc.

Their shop has grown from 6 to 20 service bays with an expansion in 1997 and another in 2016. This was a re-investment to the future by expanding their operation from 10,870 square feet to 19,700 square feet. This investment, of over $2,000,000.00, expanded services to include a detail center, two new car washes, a touch-free and soft-cloth lane, free vacuum stations, a state approved emission test lane and a specialty vehicles shop, named “K4” to acknowledge Jeff Kusch, the 4th generation. This specialty shop provides varied services for the antique, collector, custom, muscle, street rods, as well as sports car enthusiasts – foreign and domestic. This dying art of auto knowledge and expertise is Mike’s passion, which fortunately is being passed on to Jeff.

Hartland Auto Inc. takes pride in their technical and professional staff. They believe that re-investing in their employees, company infrastructure as well as being employee, customer and community focused, has developed a culture where customers love to come, employees enjoy being a team member, and Hartland Auto, Inc. is considered a valued member of the community to which varied contributions in time, commitment to community organizations, donations and talents have been given generously by Mike and Debbie.

What makes Hartland Service, Inc. unique is they service all makes of vehicles, both domestic, foreign and now specialty vehicles. Hartland Service, Inc. is proud to be a certified hybrid service center trained to repair and maintain electric and hybrid cars that are growing in numbers. Electric charging stations are in process of being provided as the next service offering.

MEET HARTLAND CHAMBER AMBASSADOR – DR. KELLY NEWMAN

Dr. Kelly Newman is a general dentist at Generations Dental. She joined her father in practice at this location 5 years ago and is happy to be working in a family business that has served the Lake Country area for over 30 years. She also spends time working for Children’s Hospital at one their dental clinics a couple days a week. Kelly stays active in dentistry as a member of various dental organizations such as the Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association and the Wisconsin Dental Association. She is also a member of a dental study club to improve her skill and knowledge base while growing collaborative relationships with other area dentists.

Kelly grew up in Hartland and is so happy to be back living and working in such a wonderful community. She has had the pleasure of being an Ambassador for the Hartland Chamber of Commerce since late 2013. She is also one of the co-founders of Launch, Lake Country’s Young Professionals Group, which was formed in 2014. She volunteers and participates in many activities around town. Even though she spent most of her life in the area, she has found her involvement in the Chamber and Launch to be invaluable in getting to know many community members on both a personal and professional level.

When she isn’t working, Kelly keeps active with her husband, Randy. The couple participates in an adult ski race league and enjoys spending time outdoors. They have two young children, a daughter, Josie (3), and a son, Zeke (1) that keep them very busy.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE HARTLAND CHAMBER BUSINESS OF THE WEEK – IXONIA BANK!

Ixonia Bank
3201 Village Square Drive
Hartland, WI 53029
(262) 369-1777
www.ixoniabank.com

Pictured (l-r) from Ixonia Bank are Karla Lauersdorf, Branch Manager; Dori Klokow, Mortgage Loan Officer; Dawn Gustafson, Universal Banker; Wendy Sowinski, Vice President Commercial Lending/Business Banking; and Jan Grimm, Financial Advisor.

Ixonia Bank was established in 1918 in Ixonia, Wisconsin; since then the Bank has grown to offer services at seven locations throughout Waukesha and Jefferson Counties. For a century now, the Ixonia Bank commitment to serving their customers, supporting their dreams and staying locally focused has given purpose to their success. They’ve earned a reputation for providing exceptional service and for helping businesses and customers succeed by meeting their needs as their financial lives evolve. Their foundation of fiscal responsibility has enabled them to grow and increase the prosperity of the communities they’ve served. Ixonia Bank offers a full suite of business banking products and an array of financial services including personal checking, savings, loans, and wealth management services. To learn more about Ixonia Bank, please visit the Bank’s website at www.ixoniabank.com.Ixonia Bank can be reached at (262) 369-1777. They have been a member of the Chamber for nine years.

The Chamber highlights deserving members to thank them for their membership and commitment to the Hartland community. Businesses also receive a gift certificate from the Hartland Chamber and are asked to participate in the “Pay It Forward” program by passing it along to one of their deserving clients, vendors or employees.

MEET HARTLAND CHAMBER BOARD MEMBER AND AMBASSADOR – KARLA LAUERSDORF

Karla has been in the banking industry for over 20 years, and served in many different roles. She currently serves as the Branch Manager for Ixonia Bank in Hartland. She is in her 10th year of service with Ixonia Bank. Ixonia Bank is a local community bank focused on relationships, not transactions. We’re privately held and locally owned, which means that we make our decisions here- where you live. We’re part of your community, we care about our neighbors, and we listen and create solutions that make our customers, our community and our bank stronger.

Karla grew up in the Lake Country area, and currently lives in the Village of Summit with her husband and three children. She enjoys the company of family and friends, camping and riding ATV trails.