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Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin Contest

by Alix Fogarty

The Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin award is back again – voting is now open!

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce – Wisconsin’s Chamber (WMC) and Johnson Financial Group are partnering to find the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin for 2021.

Wisconsin businesses have the opportunity to nominate their products for innovative or brand new ideas.

From mass distribution of food products to automated utility carts, the possibilities of products are endless. Requirements for the award include the product is manufactured in Wisconsin and production of this product needs to use a manufacturing process.

Recently, four Racine County businesses submitted their products and are now taking votes for the best product!

San-O-Kleen 250 - D.W. Davies

San-O-Kleen is a ready to use disinfectant spray. Not only does it clean surfaces and kills many viruses including the CORONAVIRUS, but also deodorizes odors. This disinfectant spray was created by D.W. Davies which is located in Racine.  

Master Appliance HG-T Heat Gun - Master Appliance

Master Appliance’s T Heat Gun is one of the top brands for heat guns. With utilizing a thermoplastic shell, this greatly reduces the tool weight, but maintains the same functioning as a normal heat gun. This product was made by Master Appliance, located in Racine

EC-2000 Controller - DSI/Dynamic

The EC-2000 Digital Controller is an eddy current control inside a compact panel. These are used for automotive, aerospace, textiles, and water/wastewater facilities.  This unit is created to any specifications and is produced by DSI/Dynamic in Sturtevant

Sea-Doo Switch - BRP US Inc.

The Sea-Doo Switch is an interchangeable pontoon boat that can be built into any boat/jet ski you can think of. With almost 100 layout options, and a breaking system, this boat is unique and first of its kind. This product is created by BRP US Inc. that is located in Sturtevant.  

Vote for your favorite “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” and help a local Racine County business win this contest!

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