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  1. 1. Press Releases from the Wisconsin Department of CommerceLearn about the Wisconsin companies receiving grants and loans through the state's economic development assistance and incentive programs: Department of Commerce Press Releases.<br />The Hiebing Group - www.hiebing.com This Web Site is based in Madison, Wisconsin, USA <br />
  2. 2. Star Banc Corporation<br />Shareholders Approve Merger with Firstar Corporation. Business Wire | October 27, 1998 | COPYRIGHT 2009 Business Wire. Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.  <br />
  3. 3. Star Banc Corporation<br />CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 27, 1998--Shareholders of Star Banc Corporation (NYSE:STB) today voted in favor of merging with Firstar Corporation.<br /> This announcement was made by Jerry A. Grundhofer, chairman, president and chief executive officer, following a special meeting of shareholders held in Cincinnati, Ohio. <br />Firstar shareholders are also scheduled to vote today at a special meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. <br />The merger of Star Banc and Firstar will create the 21st largest bank holding company in the United States, with assets of more than $38 billion … <br />
  4. 4. Star Banc Corporation Shareholders Approve Merger with Firstar Corporation.Business Wire | October 27, 1998 | COPYRIGHT 2009 Business Wire. This material is published under license from the publisher through the Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.  All inquiries regarding rights should be directed to the Gale Group. (Hide copyright information) Copyright<br />
  5. 5. U.S. BankLeadership Level Firstar Corporation is a financial holding company with approximately $74.5 billion in total assets. Firstar has nearly 1,200 full-service banking offices and more than 2,200 ATM locations in Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas, Arizona and Florida. Firstar offers a comprehensive line of consumer and commercial banking products and services, personal and commercial trust, investment management, insurance, securities brokerage, mortgage, credit card, cash management, international banking and other financial services. Firstar was founded in 1853. Scott LockardSenior Vice PresidentFirstarBank, N.A.P.O. Box 7900Madison, WI 53707Phone: 608-252-4088Fax: 608-252-4379E-mail: Scott.Lockard@firstar.comWebsite: www.Firstar.comFirstar is now U.S. Bank << The American Center   Wausau Insurance Companies >><br />
  6. 6. Board of DirectorsChairpersonDiane RamseyDirector of Economic Development & Real EstateAlliant EnergyVice ChairJerry FrankePresidentWISPARK LLCTreasurerMark EhrmannPartnerQuarles & BradyBOARD MEMBERSDan ClancyPresidentWisconsin Technical College System<br />Kristen CogswellDirector of External AffairsAT&TBrian DoudnaExecutive Director,Eau Claire Area Economic Dev Corp(WEDA Representative)Francis M. (Franc) FennessyDirector, Land Management & Stakeholder AffairsAmerican Transmission CompanyTom MeinzExecutive VP - External AffairsIntegrys Energy Group, Inc.Mike SwensonWisconsin's President & CEOXcel EnergyPhyllis WilhelmDirector of Economic Development Madison Gas & Electric Co. <br />
  7. 7. Contact UsJan Alf, Director800 Main StreetPewaukee, WI  53072From her office in Pewaukee, Jan coordinates a majority of Forward's marketing events such as trade shows and conferences. She also organizes our annual spring Chicago Marketing Mission. Her responsibilities include working with business prospects interested in expanding to the eastern and southeastern regions of Wisconsin. E-mail:jalf@execpc.comPhone: 262.691.7873<br />
  8. 8. About Forward WisconsinForward Wisconsin (forwardWI.com), is a 501(c)(3) not for profit corporation created in 1984 on the recommendation of the Governor's Strategic Development Commission. Forward Wisconsin markets the state to corporate executives, site selection consultants, business decision-makers and investors to raise awareness that Wisconsin is a great place to do business and to encourage investment in Wisconsin.Forward Wisconsin has traditionally been the first point of contact for out-of-state firms deciding where to locate a new or expansion facility. Our primary strength is our ability to draw upon the resources of both the public and private sectors and our ability to connect with new business prospects.Marketing Mission Statement:"Marketing outside Wisconsin to attract new businesses, jobs and increased economic activity to Wisconsin."Forward Wisconsin's Mission:Forward Wisconsin works to boost the state's image and to attract industry, talent and intellectual capital to Wisconsin by focusing on selected industry clusters. We target cluster industries currently thriving in the state, emerging, are compatible with the state's current strengths or those projected to have strong growth potential. Forward Wisconsin also selects geographic targets for out-of-state marketing missions.Forward Wisconsin provides a one-stop shop for business information and uses a wide range of marketing tools; (1) direct mail and telemarketing; (2) print advertising; (3) trade show appearances at industry expositions; (4) marketing missions to meet with CEO's interested in locating in Wisconsin; and (5) providing business cost comparisons, financial information and other business consulting services on a confidential, no-cost basis.Twenty-five years later, Forward Wisconsin continues to market Wisconsin's business advantages to educate decision-makers on the positive benefits of living, working, playing and doing business in Wisconsin. <br />
  9. 9. Office LocationsForward Wisconsin has an office in Pewaukee.Milwaukee800 Main Street Pewaukee, WI 53072PHONE: 262.691.7873FAX: 262.691.7876<br />
  10. 10. <ul><li>Why WisconsinA COMMITMENT TO QUALITYA strong dedication to quality and a long history of economic stability set Wisconsin apart as an exceptional place to live and do business. Wisconsin counts among its many assets:A diverse and well-developed economy A skilled, adaptable and dependable labor force A highly developed infrastructure An educational system among the best in the country Strong and growing individual companies An exceptional quality of life Abundant, well-managed natural resources Excellent ground, rail and air transportation with deep-port water accessibility Commitment to new Wisconsin business These qualities combined with an efficient and progressive government result in a business commitment you can count on.</li></li></ul><li>
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  12. 12. <ul><li>Stark Investments, a hedge fund based in St. Francis, No. 4; Acuity Insurance, Sheboygan, No. 5; and InPro Corp., a building products manufacturer in Muskego, No. 21. Among the rankings of small companies are Badger Mining Corp., Berlin, No. 1; Runzheimer International, a professional consulting company, Rochester, No. 16; and Kahler Slater, a Milwaukee-based architectural firm, No. 20 Ripon Foods, Inc. will receive $3 million in Enterprise Development Zone tax credits and a $55,000 training grant from the Department of Commerce to save its Ripon plant from closure, and instead upgrade and expand it. Spectrum Brands, formerly Rayovac Corporation, is consolidating its consumer home and garden unit from another state. The change will result in an additional 65 or more jobs. The company has signed a three-year lease to occupy 25,000-square-feet of space in the Greenway Building in Middleton.EraGen Biosciences Inc. will receive a $250,000 state Technology Development Loan from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce that will help the firm with a $1 million upgrade to its manufacturing facility. The upgrade will enable it to produce a genetic screening test for Cystic Fibrosis and will ultimately create 75 new jobs</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>The plastics industry couldn't be doing any better. During a time when many manufacturers stagger from plant closings, the ACS Group continues to prosper by moving into a new, 190,000-square-foot flagship factory in New Berlin. ACS hopes to hire 112 new workers for the expanded plant by the end of the year.Continued… http://www.forwardwi.com/category66/Success-Stories </li></li></ul><li>The Hiebing Group<br />Company Overview<br />Provides creative, research, interactive, public relations, marketing, and media services. The company’s clientele includes Fiskars, Dean Health System, AnchorBank, Rhodia, Nestle Nutrition, Spacesaver, The Day Care, The Swiss Colony, Elkay, Famous Footwear, and Wisconsin Medical Society. Hiebing Group was founded in 1981 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin.<br />
  13. 13. 315 Wisconsin Avenue<br />Madison, WI 53703<br />United States<br />Founded in 1981<br />Phone: <br />608-256-6357<br />Fax: <br />608-256-0693<br />www.hiebing.com<br />Key Executives<br />Mr. Roman Hiebing<br />Chief Executive Officer and Partner <br />Mr. Dave Florin<br />President <br />Ms. Michelle Sweet<br />Senior Account Executive <br />Mr. Carl Fritscher<br />Director of Client Services <br />Ms. Julie Blystone<br />Associate Director of Public Relations <br />Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2009.<br />Similar Private Companies By Industry<br />Company Name Region Blood Company United States Cleo Company, Inc. United States The Boston Group, Inc. United States Maack Business Services United States Oregon Catholic Press United States<br />Recent Private Companies Transactions<br />TypeDate Target No transactions available in the past 12 months.<br />Ads by Google<br />Schneider ElectricEcoStruxure: Energy Mgmt Design from Plant to Plug- Learn How!schneider-electric.com<br />Social Security WindfallCan Washington Save Social Security Find Out! Read A Free Urgent Reportwww.MoneyandMarkets.com<br />Haagen-Dazs FranchiseStart a small business franchise - open a Haagen-Dazs Shop today!www.haagendazs.com/franchise<br />
  14. 14. STAR BANC CENTER COMPANY (2319210)2 institution history record(s) found.< Previous  Page Next > Event Date Historical Event 1978-05-19 STAR BANC CENTER COMPANY located at 425 WALNUT STREET, 24TH FLOOR, CINCINNATI, OH was established as a Domestic Entity Other. 1996-10-29 Institution is closed.<br />
  15. 15. STAR BANC CORPORATION (1070251) as of 10/29/1996<br />1 * STAR BANC CORPORATION (1070251)   CINCINNATI OH Bank Holding Company<br /> 2 -* MIAMI VALLEY INSURANCE COMPANY, THE (1070279) 1 PHOENIX AZ DEO<br />3 -* PNB INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. (1093269) 1 LAWRENCEBURG DEO<br />4 -* FIRST-IN-LEASING, INC. (1153006) 1 LAWRENCEBURG IN DEO<br />5 -* + STAR BANC CENTER COMPANY (2319210) 1 CINCINNATI OH DEO<br />6 -* DJJ LEASING LTD. (2466226) 1 CINCINNATI OH DEO<br />7 -* + MONEY STATION, INC. (1068164) 1 COLUMBUS OH Data Processing Servicer 8 -* STAR BANC FINANCE, INC. (2277824) 1 CINCINNATI OH Finance Company <br />9 -* STAR BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (504713) 1 CINCINNATI OH National Bank 10 --* STAR BANC CENTER CORPORATION (1070260) 9 CINCINNATI OH DEO<br />11 ---* STAR BANC CENTER COMPANY (2319210) 10 CINCINNATI OH DEO<br />11 Institution(s) Found.<br />DEO – Domestic Other Entity<br />

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