New Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce Member
Sussex, WI – The Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC) recently welcomed Jordon Bonnett, Edward Jones as a new member. Jordon is here to help you (this is all about you) and he truly cares about your financial well-being. Read more
Meet our member – Competitor Awards, Custom Engraving
Competitor Awards and Engraving is a 30 years old business that specializes in many fields. Our products include athletic and corporate awards, name badges and signage, engraving and printing is available on most anything. Read more
Meet our member – Anytime Fitness
Anytime Fitness in Sussex has been in business for 6 years. We are a 24/7 access gym with over 4,000 locations worldwide. We help real people overcome the barriers to healthier lives. We have staff that cares, coaches, and connects with you. Read more
Amazon planning sorting facility in Sussex which could bring more than 250 jobs to Waukesha County
Amazon has submitted plans to the village to occupy 114,425 square feet of a 192,000-square-foot building at N53 W24700 Corporate Circle. Operations will include sorting packages, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Read more
Meet our Member: D&K Sales
DK Sales has promoted packaging along with visionary solutions for our clients for over 25 years. Not just solutions through automation and time tested methodology but process work flow that is designed around everyone’s unique team members and applications. Read more
Spring Is In The Air – Golf Anyone?
We are happy to announce that the Sussex Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing will be held on August 2nd, 2018 at Ironwood Golf Course. As in previous years, we have sponsorships and golf packages available to all members and non-members in the community. Read more
The Annual Sussex Area Chamber Golf Outing is on the calender and we are accepting registrations and sponsors.
Join us Thursday August 2nd for our annual golf outing to be hosted at Ironwood Golf Course. We are currently accepting sponsors for many different opportunties. Read more
Voters in the Hamilton School District approved two referendum questions Feb. 20 that will allow for $57.4 million of construction projects, including a new intermediate school, and $1.5 million of operational costs. Two questions were put to voters seeking approval for: Read more