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Mayor Pfaff, Petra Kilian-Gehring (center) and Casey Lamers (right), at the Grand Opening of Speed Cycling (built by Supreme Structures) in September.

The Fitchburg Chamber welcomed Supreme Structures as a new member at Business Before 9 (BB9) this week.  BB9 is a monthly event hosted by the Fitchburg Chamber that encourages engagement and education in a business-professional setting.

Supreme Structures moved business offices and construction shop to 2906 Marketplace Drive in early July.  “Becoming a member of the local business community was the natural next step following our relocation; we are excited to be involved in the growth of Fitchburg as a community,” Dan Bertler (owner) said.

Speed Cycling, a tri-sport training facility in the same building as Supreme Structures, was also welcomed to the Chamber.  More about Speed Cycling HERE.  Other new members included: Hy-Vee, Artful Escapes, US Bank, and Buffalo Wild Wings.

Fostering community partnerships is a core value of Supreme Structures’ business model.  View other partnerships HERE.



(Via the Fitchburg Chamber):

“Our Mission: The Fitchburg Chamber Visitor & Business Bureau provides tools, resources and opportunities to support the success of our members. We accomplish this by uniting and engaging businesses , residents, civic leadership and visitors.”

“The City of Fitchburg is a young, dynamic and evolving community. Incorporated in 1984, Fitchburg has successfully grown into a place known for attractive, family oriented neighborhoods; a thriving technology-led business community; and well-designed, unique urban centers. Fitchburg has grown intelligently and strategically with a focus on first-rate design, green space preservation, and economic development geared toward 21st Century industries.”


Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce