• Business Updates & Hot Deals

    Hospitals are in great need of personal protection equipment (PPE) to help protect caregivers during this COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the needed items - notable the N95 masks that caregivers wear, are in short supply across the world. Ascension has been requesting any businesses that might have masks, along with a short list of other items to donate them if they can. We've had a fantastic, heartwarming response - but we still need more. We'll pick up larger orders, and have drop-off sites for smaller ones.

    Hospitals Are In Great Need of Personal Protection Equipment

    Seeking opportunities for many of our senior students. Due to current events, Homestead High School has reopened the opportunity for Seniors that have enough credits to graduate, to graduate immediately. This will be a healthy and motivated group of young people looking to make a difference. Please include contact information as well as details on what may be available. I appreciate any feedback you can provide. Phone calls should be made to 414-899-9653 at this time.

    We are available to help improve indoor air quality. COMING SOON: In response to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, AdvantaClean now offers sanitizing services for businesses, property managers and residential homeowners to reduce the risk of exposure to the virus.

    We're Open to Help Improve Indoor Air Quality

    Covid 19 Kits for Businesses: Everything you need in a box. Sanitizer, PPE for 25, IR thermometer, education materials. Offered by Sure Solutions, a Women-Owned business. To order visit www.SureSolutionsPPE.com


    Commerce State Bank has chosen 10 nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19 with a $2,000 donation for each organization totaling $20,000. Many of these nonprofits are setting up a Challenge Grant where Commerce State Bank will match donations, dollar for dollar, up to $2,000 for their COVID-19 Relief Fund during these unprecedented times. Commerce State Bank employees also each selected a charity of their choice where Commerce State Bank sent $100 to each of these charities in honor of the employee.

    Helping Communities Through Random Acts of Commerce

    Bank First supports local businesses and families impacted by COVID-19, makes major announcement of its efforts to support the community. Purchases $100,000 in gift cards from local restaurants and donating them back to local families, non-profit organizations, and businesses throughout various programs. Provides financial relief to hundreds of families and businesses impacted by COVID-19. Leads the charge in processing applications to the SBA Paycheck Protection program, helping local businesses operate.

    Donating Back $100,000 in Gift Cards

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  • Mequon-Thiensville Chamber Staff is following "Safer at Home" practices. For best response follow up, please consider contacting us primarily via email. For Certificate of Origin requests, marketing requests, and general member assistance, please contact Gina. Please contact Tina for COVID-19 related matters or any other sensitive matters.