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Our Mission

We want to provide the best gateway to Wisconsin Information for both the Wisconsin Tourist and the Wisconsin Citizen.


About Us

wisconsin.com was one of the first to offer Wisconsin businesses one place to post links to their Websites back in the early 1990's. We did customer sites for all types of Wisconsin businesses, nonprofit organizations along with travel information, Wisconsin history and more. Then in the early 2000's, we partnered with another organization to host and improve the Website. This worked fine for a number of years. In the first part of 2017 we felt it was time to bring wisconsin.com back to Wisconsin and improve the visitor's experience. We have plans to add not only more content, offer travel specials, coupons, job information, more history, special travel information and more.

We are a Wisconsin family run small business. We have lived, traveled, dinned, worked, and played tourist in Wisconsin our entire lives. We are proud of Wisconsin and our fellow citizens.

wisconsin.com is not only labor of love, but also personal. We have dinned at the restaurants, know the businesses, stayed at the motels, played tourist at the Wisconsin attractions and generally experienced Wisconsin for over 50 years. We are not just some company out to make a buck, we are sharing our Wisconsin passion with you, the wisconsin.com visitor. This is not just a job, it is also fun to share our knowledge with you.

Have fun!
Mark and the wisconsin.com Team


wisconsin.com Team

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Mark Buehl

Founder & Co-Owner
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Ann Buehl

Founder & Co-Owner
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Quality Control
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Kali

Mouse Control
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Wisconsin Time



Washington, DC is to lying what Wisconsin is to cheese. Dennis Miller
If you're looking for can-do, earthy-crunchy attitude then you've got to go to Wisconsin. Dar Williams
Wisconsin's a special place. Brett Favre
I love being from Wisconsin. Tanya Fischer
But the Wisconsin tradition meant more than a simple belief in the people. It also meant a faith in the application of intelligence and reason to the problems of society. It meant a deep conviction that the role of government was not to stumble along like a drunkard in the dark, but to light its way by the best torches of knowledge and understanding it could find. Adlai Stevenson
Other than motherhood, the eight years that I spent at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, I have incredibly fond memories of. It's a beautiful place, with four seasons up in Wisconsin. And really wonderful people. Laurel Clark