Our offices are located in the heart of Milwaukee’s Historic District on the River. We blend old world commitment to service with modern technologies to give back to the community that is our home. Out of our office windows we can see Mader’s Restaurant and Usinger’s. Look a little further and we can see the Riverwalk, Pierre Marquette Park, and The Journal-Sentinel building. Gaze higher and we see the modern structures that define the Milwaukee skyline.
None of these sights, which are so familiar to Milwaukeeans would have been possible without the vision of their founders to create something lasting and a commitment to the City which each called home. We strive to follow in their footsteps — knowing that we can never fill their shoes — but at the same time knowing that we cannot continue in their commitment to the City and its people without balancing our work with community service.
Volunteering in activities that work to improve the quality of life in our community is an important part of truly being community. So that’s just what we do. From community festivals, to symphony performances, to international film festivals, volunteering to support arts in our community is part of the way that we give back. We have also volunteered to support our community through work with domestic violence survivors, and protecting the rights of all members of our community to vote.
We believe in putting our money where our hearts are.
Treblaw, LLC is proud to have the opportunity to be one of the sponsors of BAILA Milwaukee 2016. Performing Arts are an important cultural component of our community. Everything About Dance is a creative and growing opportunity for the entire community to learn the joy and passion of dance. Whether you want to learn to dance in social settings, enjoy the challenge of competitive dance, or simply enjoy the beauty of dancers sharing their performances with an audience.
We take responsibility for leadership roles in when those opportunities present themselves. To that end, Chris has served on the Board of Directors of The Milwaukee Forum, including one year as its president. He has also served on the Board of the Volunteer Missionary Movement, Inc. and the Wisconsin Advisory Board for the American Diabetes Association. Chris has served as field counsel for political campaigns and has also served as a voter protection attorney.