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Supporting school-based food pantries in southern Wisconsin

American Transmission Co. is getting into the back-to-school spirit by partnering with Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin to help support Merrill Elementary School Pantry in Beloit, the Southwest Technical College Food Pantry in Fennimore, and the Mobile Pantry program in Platteville. “Support for our school-based food pantries, and our mobile pantries is critical,” says […]

ATC kicks off United We Care campaign

This week, ATC celebrates the start of its annual United Way campaign. Our theme, United We Care, is a reminder that we make a greater impact together to support the work that United Way does to fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our local community. “United Way reaches every […]

ATC, contractor crews work to restore power for thousands following severe storms

Two massive storm systems and several tornadoes rolled through ATC’s service area on Aug. 28, creating eight transmission line outages and impacting nearly 40,000 retail customers across 12 Wisconsin counties. ATC operators in Cottage Grove and Pewaukee were paying close watch to the weather radar prior to the arrival of both storms. As the first […]

Cristo Rey Students Join ATC

The newest employees of American Transmission Co. are much younger than average – maybe even younger than some of the cars in our parking lot. That’s because they’re still in high school! We recently welcomed four students from Milwaukee’s Cristo Rey Jesuit High School to our Pewaukee office. The students are part of Cristo Rey’s […]

ATC helps kids get back to school

The first day of school brings back memories of freshly waxed hallways, the smell of new books, the excitement of seeing friends and jitters about meeting new teachers. For some students, it can also mean coming to school unprepared because for their parents, paying rent or putting food on the table had to come before […]