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Kids share how their families are ATC Ready

Dozens of families have a better understanding of security, safety and emergency preparedness after attending an ATC Ready Night Out event in October. American Transmission Co. employees, retirees and their families learned what it takes to be prepared for an emergency through displays and presentations from ATC’s security teams, local first responders, American Red Cross […]

Back to School Flashback with Carla & Jordan: What ATC team members wanted to be when they grew up

Editor’s Note: Now that students across the country are back in the classroom for a new school year, we asked American Transmission Co. team members to reflect on their youth and what they wanted to be when they grew up. Their stories represent paths to careers that ultimately help keep the lights on, businesses running […]

Back to School Flashback with Trevor & Kathryn: What ATC team members wanted to be when they grew up

Editor’s Note: Now that students across the country are back in the classroom for a new school year, we asked American Transmission Co. team members to reflect on their youth and what they wanted to be when they grew up. Their stories represent paths to careers that ultimately help keep the lights on, businesses running […]

Milwaukee Bucks and ATC bring back Trees for Threes initiative for 2017-18 season

  The Milwaukee Bucks and American Transmission Co. are bringing back their “Trees for Threes” initiative for the 2017-18 Milwaukee Bucks season. Through the Trees for Threes platform, the Bucks and ATC will sponsor the planting of a new tree in Wisconsin for every 3-pointer the Bucks make at home this season. Last season, the […]

ATC aims to create pollinator habitat in power line right-of-way at Mequon Nature Preserve

A late September day in Wisconsin seems reminiscent all things fall: changing leaves, cooler temperatures and the awareness of evolving seasons. For those who consider themselves “green thumbs,” it is also an ideal time of year to plant for the following spring. Unfortunately, the thermometer on Sept. 21, 2017 read a stifling 84 degrees. And […]

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