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Vendor Solutions

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Economic Development

Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago

Address: 200 E. Randolph Drive Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago
  Chicago, IL 60601
Contact: Dave Feldhaus
Phone: 312-565-5700
Fax: 312-565-6938
Email: dfeldhaus@fhlbc.com
Website: www.fhlbc.com
Description: Funding, asset liability management, letters of credit, the MPF Program, and community investment/affordable housing initiatives to serve our member institutions in Wisconsin: Opportunities, Strategies, Solutions. Gold Corporate Member

Hansen & Young Inc.

Address: 1264 5th Avenue
  Prairie Farm, WI 54762
Contact: Bryce Hansen
Phone: 715-837-1015
Fax: 715-837-1025
Email: bryce@hansenandyoung.com
Website: www.hansenandyoung.com
Description: Hansen & Young is an auction company featuring online only and live acutions liquidating assets such as real estate, business dissolutions, equipment items and much more.

Impact Seven, Inc.

Address: 147 Lake Almena Drive
  Almena, WI 54805
Contact: Tom Patzman
Phone: 715-357-1600
Email: tom.patzman@impactseven.org
Website: www.impactseven.org
Description: Impact Seven, Inc. provides direct, participation, and subordinated loan products throughout the state of Wisconsin. We lend when others may not be able to.

WHEDA

Address: 140 South 1st St., Ste. 200
  Milwaukee, WI 53204
Contact: Jennifer Conlin
Phone: 800-334-6873
Fax: 414-227-4704
Email: Jennifer.conlin@wheda.com
Website: www.wheda.com
Description: WHEDA is Wisconsin's state housing authority. WHEDA is not a state agency, and receives no tax dollars for its programs and operations. WHEDA’s mission is to stimulate the state’s economy and improve the quality of life for Wisconsin residents by providing affordable housing and business financing products.

Wisconsin Business Development

Address: 100 River Place, Suite 1
  Monona, WI 53716
Contact: Rani Sivesind
Phone: 608-819-0390
Fax: 608-819-0393
Email: rleung@wbd.org
Website: www.wbd.org
Description: WBD recognizes the vital role that small and mid-size businesses play in creating jobs, fostering economic growth, and inspiring local communities. Since 1981, we have partnered with financial institutions to fund over $ 2 billion in community development projects and assisted in contributing more than 50,000 jobs statewide.