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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Heiser Automotive Group & Super Bowl XLV




February has become a month to remember with the historic blizzard of 2011 and the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl XLV win.

On February 1st through 2nd Southeastern Wisconsin experienced a historic blizzard. The blizzard dumped almost 2 feet of snow in some spots, paralyzing much of the southern part of the state. Heiser Automotive Group’s corporate location received 17 inches of snow. Peak wind gusts were recorded at 54 mph in Milwaukee and snowdrifts reached as high as 10 feet. All five Heiser locations worked diligently following the storm and opened shortly after the snow fall ended.

Heiser Automotive Group is proud of their partner Bryan Bulaga and his celebrated first season with the Green Bay Packers. Bulaga has had a historic rookie career. On January 6, 2010, Bulaga released a statement about his intentions to skip his final season of eligibility entering the 2010 NFL Draft. With the 23rd pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Bulaga. Bulaga joins Marmion Academy Alum and San Diego Chargers OLB Larry English as the second first round draft pick from the Suburban Christian Conference in two back to back years.

Bualga has had a successful career as the rookie Green Bay Packer. Head Coach Mike McCarthy has agreed. As quote by the official Green Bay Packers news room, “It’s a testament to Bryan,” McCarthy stated. “He’s talented, he’s tough, and he’s doing things the right way.” Bulaga began the 2010 season as a back-up. He has worked hard throughout his Packer career competing with many veteran Packers on a variety of positions. He got his first start in week 5 at the Washington Redskins. He went on to start every game the rest of the season, eventually being named to the official NFL All-Rookie team.

Heiser Automotive Group is proud of our Heiser team member Bryan Bulaga and all he has accomplished throughout his first season. We look forward to cheering him on for years to come.

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