Rhythm on the River presenting sponsor

The Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce announces Artisan Graham Real Estate as the 2020 presenting sponsor of Rhythm on the River! Artisan Graham Real Estate offers residential and commercial real estate services throughout Wisconsin. As a longtime resident of Fort Atkinson, co-owner and Broker Jeff Hoeye partnered with Brandon Housley in 2019 to bring their services to Jefferson county, as well as the surrounding area. One of Artisan Graham’s top priorities is giving back to the community. “Sponsoring events like this brings us great joy and a sense of gratitude. We love this community and look forward to supporting it any way we can.” The event is set to take place in downtown Fort Atkinson on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 5 to 10:30 p.m. at the municipal parking lot across from the U.S. Postal Office, between South Water Street East and East Milwaukee Avenue. Attendees can experience an evening of live music, great food and fun on the riverwalk. There is no charge for admission. Organized by the Fort Atkinson Area Chamber of Commerce with a variety of business sponsors, this annual community event is a fun, end-of-summer social gathering for all ages. Pictured above, from left to right, are chamber Projects Manager Kelley Westphal, and from Artisan Graham Real Estate Cory Lucke, Jeff Hoeye, Brandon Housley and Brent Grauerholz. For more information about Rhythm on the River, visit www.fortchamber.com or call the Fort Atkinson Chamber at (920) 563-3210. For more information on Artisan Graham Real Estate, visit www.artisangraham.com.

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