Thank You to all of our sponsors for a great 2017 Schweizer Fest.
ATTC Manufacturing – The Family Appreciation Night will be co-sponsored by ATTC and other organizations to help families with free ride costs throughout the park on opening night. This is ATTC’s first year sponsoring the event. ATTC is an automotive Tier 2 supplier, specializing in the machining operations of gray and ductile iron products for various automotive manufacturers, including Honda, Toyota, GM and Nissan.
ATTC Manufacturing & the Tell City Historical Society – These organizations combined their efforts to sponsor the walking tours. ATTC funded the interpretive signs that are located along Main Street and other areas of the city.
Celebrations – This is the sixth year of Celebrations’ sponsorship of Stan and Kelly as the Wednesday entertainment. Celebrations is a local retail store with gifts for everyone and every occasion.
Culligan – For five years Culligan has donated all the bottled water for Schweizer Fest.
Domtar – The paper mill in Hawesville, Kentucky has been a part of the regional community since 1967. For 50 years, the company has provided employment to our citizens and participated in the continued development of our cities and towns. The Schweizer Fest committee is proud to honor Domtar as the 2017 Business of the Year. Thank you for 50 years of partnership.
Edward Jones Investments – Jon Scheer – Gospel entertainment returns to Saturday afternoon’s entertainment line-up for a fifth year thanks to the sponsorship of Edward Jones Investments – Jon Scheer.
Epsilon Omega Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa – For the 43rd year the Schweizer Fest breakfast tradition of Kaffee Klatch is made possible by Kappa Kappa Kappa.
First Baptist Church of Tell City – This year’s presentation of the Silly Safari is being sponsored by the church.
German American Bank – Saturday’s wine garden is made possible by German American Bank.
Golden Living-Lincoln Hills – Golden Living Center has sponsored the Old-Timers Baseball Game for numerous years. Golden Living Center – Lincoln Hills Healthcare is a skilled nursing facility.
Hauenstein’s – Sponsoring the Street Car Parade for the 15th year, Hauenstein’s is a local retail store that carries men’s work clothing, women’s jeans, T-shirts, screen printing service and Scouting items.
Hedinger Beverage – Sponsoring the Cornhole Tourney for the fifth year, Hedinger Beverage has been the beverage provider for the beer garden for more than 10 years. The company is located in Jasper.
Home Mutual Insurance – This is the 31st year of Home Mutual’s sponsorship of the Friday evening entertainment. The company’s primary goal since being established in 1876 continues to be “to provide the citizens of our area the best possible insurance protection and professional service for the most affordable premium, consistent with sound financial management.
Humane Society of Perry County – The annual Pet Show is sponsored by this group.
Lincoln Trail Quilt Guild – The Guild is sponsoring this year’s quilt show.
Ivy Tech – The Community College is returning as a Schweizer Fest co-sponsor in 2017 with the Talent Show. Acts across Perry County and surrounding communities will take stage on Thursday night of the festival to showcase their talents for a panel of judges. Ivy Tech Community College prepares Indiana residents to learn, live, and work in a diverse and globally competitive environment by delivering professional, technical, transfer, and lifelong education.
MasterBrand Cabinets –Family Appreciation Night will be co-sponsored by MasterBrand and other organizations to help families with free ride costs throughout the park on opening night. MasterBrand Cabinets previously sponsored this event last year during Tell City’s annual celebration. The company manufactures cabinets for distribution throughout the United States.
Mu Gamma – The diaper derby is co-sponsored by this civic organization.
Oakwood Health Campus – For the fourth consecutive year, Oakwood is sponsoring the Schweizer Fest Car Show.
Ohio Valley Gas Corp. – As a co-sponsor of the Schweizer Fest Road Run for over 10 years, OVGC has once again provided a separate cash donation for the Schweizer Fest organization to assist with general expenses incurred during the 2017 festival.
Perry County Chamber of Commerce – The annual Testimonial Dinner is made possible by the Perry County Chamber of Commerce.
Perry County Memorial Hospital – PCMH is sponsoring the Schweizer Fest Road Run on Saturday morning. The hospital recently celebrated its second anniversary in its new, state of the art facility located on Highway 237.
Perry County Museum – For the fourth year, the annual Edelweiss Ball is made possible by the Perry County Museum.
Perry-Spencer Communications – As a co-sponsor of Family Appreciation Night, Perry Spencer Communications is a part of making free rides available for all to enjoy. The company provides telephone, fiber internet and cable services in Perry, Spencer and Dubois counties.
Perry-Spencer Communications is also bringing free Wi-Fi to City Hall park during Schweizer Fest.
Roland’s Jewelry –Sponsoring the Diaper Derby for the 31st year, Roland’s Jewelry is a family owned Jewelry Store that features many services, brands and items of jewelry, clocks and elegant giftware.
Walmart – The Talent Show will be co-sponsored by Walmart and other organizations to showcase community talent across various acts. This is Wal-Mart’s first year sponsoring the event. Walmart is committed to providing everyday household items at everyday low prices. Walmart has been serving our community for over 20 years.
Waupaca Foundry – Waupaca will continue to sponsor Saturday’s Schweizer Fest main stage activities for now over 10 years. Waupaca is located on 170 acres outside the city limits of Tell City and is 480,000 square feet with a work force nearing 1,000 people. Waupaca has been serving our community for over 20 years.
Webb Wheel Products – For the first time Webb Wheel Products will join the sponsor lineup with the co-sponsorship of the Talent Show. Webb Wheel Products has been making quality wheel-end equipment in Perry County since January 2005