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During the month of May, County Ready Mix recognizes Military Appreciation Month and the men and women in uniform who have made countless sacrifices for our freedom.
Through the Sonnentag American Foundation, County Ready Mix prioritizes supporting veterans and service members. The foundation believes in empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives after service and treating all service members with respect and dignity.
We partner with organizations that focus their efforts on improving the lives of U.S. active duty members, wounded warriors, veterans of previous wars, and critically ill and injured service members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. These organizations provide life-changing services for veterans, including safe and accessible housing, career coaching and skills training, service dogs to enhance their quality of life, and recreational opportunities.
County Ready Mix gratefully recognizes those who serve and honors them during Military Appreciation Month.
County Ready Mix partners with The Women’s Community Inc. to provide support and resources to people in Central Wisconsin affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking. The organization aims to help people gain greater emotional and economic self-sufficiency.
Free services offered by The Women’s Community include an emergency shelter, transitional living, advocacy, counseling, and referrals. They also offer specialized services to help Latino, Asian, and aging populations. The organization provides education to the community and medical and law enforcement professionals as well. Each year, The Women’s Community serves 1,500 people, presents to more than 3,000 people, and holds awareness events that reach 30,000 people.
County Ready Mix, through the Sonnentag American Foundation, targets support to worthy organizations like The Women’s Community. We partner with organizations that support individuals in four key service areas: Hunger & Homelessness Support, Service Members & Veterans Support, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Assault Services, and Mentoring & Skills Building.
Hands-on learning is taken to a new level with the Heavy Metal Tour. Each year, manufacturers that are members of the Central Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance open their doors to middle school students through the Heavy Metal Tour.
As a local participant in the tour, County Ready Mix hosted dozens of students at our Marathon, Wisconsin facility.
County Ready Mix hosts educational tours to increase awareness of careers in manufacturing and the skilled trades. Students learn about in-demand skills, the trades of tomorrow, and the many technological innovations used to supply ready-mix concrete. Students also ask questions, discover career opportunities, and can picture themselves being successful in a manufacturing job.
Concrete manufacturing offers rewarding career paths with skills development and growth opportunities. Learn more about the Heavy Metal Tour or apply today to start building your career in concrete manufacturing.