WMC & Johnson Financial Group Announce Top 16 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin

Voting in the Round of 16 Starts Tuesday, Sept. 18

MADISON – Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) and Johnson Financial Group announced on Monday the Top 16 products moving forward in the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin contest. The products will now compete in the bracket-style tournament known as Manufacturing Madness.

The Top 16 products were announced on Monday morning via Facebook Live on the WMC Facebook page. The announcement show can be viewed by clicking here.

2018 Bracket Coolest Top 16

The Top 16 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin are:

1. Uncle Mike’s Bake Shoppe
Sea Salt Caramel Pecan Kringle
Green Bay

2. C.C. Moo LLC
Medially Adaptive Feeding Tube Clothing
Stoughton

3. Generac Power Systems
22kW WiFi Connected Home Standby Generator
Waukesha

4. Komatsu
P&H 4800XPC Electric Rope Shovel
Milwaukee

5. Greenheck Fan Corporation
Model DS
Schofield

6. Klarbrunn
Bucky’s Cherry Berry Sparkling Water
Watertown

7. Caged Crow Fabrication
Custom Food Carts
St. Germain

8. John Deere Horicon Works
Gator XUV 835R
Horicon

9. Briess Malt & Ingredients
Specialty Malts
Chilton

10. Burger Boat Company
Burger Custom Yachts
Manitowoc

11. GE Healthcare
LOGIQ E10
Waukesha

12. Dental Crafters
Fixed Implant Prosthetic
Marshfield

13. Jones Sign Company
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Guitar Sign
Green Bay

14. Cardiac Science Corporation
Powerheart® G5 AED with Intellisense CPR Feedback
Deerfield

15. Accuray Incorporated
CyberKnife® System
Madison

16. Seven Marine
627sv World’s Most Powerful Outboard Motor
Germantown

The first round of Manufacturing Madness will consist of eight head-to-head matchups that will determine the Top 8 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin. Individuals can begin voting on Tuesday, Sept. 18 and voting will conclude at 11:59pm on Sunday, Sept. 23. To cast a ballot, anyone can visit www.madeinwis.com.

The Top 8 products will be announced via Facebook Live on Monday, Sept. 24 once again on WMC’s Facebook page.

For more information, please visit www.madeinwis.com.

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For more information, please contact:
Nick Novak, 608-258-3400