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Monday, August 8, 2011

Bryan Bulaga is back in action with the Heiser Automotive Group in Milwaukee.

As the NFL resumes operations & the Packers start their training camp, Super Bowl Champion Bryan Bulaga is returning to the Heiser Automotive Group team. Heiser Automotive Group is proud of their partner

Bryan Bulaga and his starting of his 2nd season with the Green Bay Packers. Bulaga has had a historic rookie year. 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.
As part of the Heiser Team, Bryan has made a significant impact in helping prove, “Anything’s Possible.” During the first press conference Bryan  announced his triumphant beginning with Heiser. Bryan stated when asked what he plans to bring to the Heiser Automotive Group, “at first (I) will bring a strong work ethic, and greater level of competition.” In their first competition, Bryan & Mary Ann proved that they can be just as competitive as each other. To see the full video of the first competition as well as Round 2, 3, and 4, check out Heiser’s Youtube Channel.


Bualga 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.
Bryan also helped us prove “Anything’s Possible” though out Heiser’s “Huddle Up For Hunger initiatives. During the 2010 Holiday season Heiser Automotive Group gave back to Milwaukee. Heiser teamed up with the Hunger Task Force and the Gathering to create Heiser’s “Huddle Up For Hunger” campaign. Through this initiative all five Heiser locations were Hunger Task Force designated drop off stations for non-perishable food items. To see the official video for this great cause, click here.

As the 2011 football season begins, Heiser is excited for Bryan’s return to both the Packers and Heiser.  We look forward to cheering him on for years to come.
Take care,
Mary Ann

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