UW-Green Bay alumnus Craig Dickman ’82 (Business Administration) has been selected to receive this year’s Free Enterprise Award. “Craig’s community involvement has helped build a strong business that has not only changed the landscape of the Green Bay community, but has also changed the landscape of his industry,” says Miranda Bonde, Rotary Club of Green Bay FEA Committee co-chair. Dickman has created Breakthrough Fuel, a Green Bay company that helps companies cut shipping costs, and has worked as an “executive, innovator, investor and entrepreneur inside companies like Schneider and Paper Transport Inc.” Currently, Dickman is the managing director of TitletownTech. Read the full story by the Press-Gazette to learn about Dickman’s journey.
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