A little about our company: We are an independent professional wrestling company based out of Oshkosh WI. We started in 2013 running small shows and have grown to be the largest independent wrestling company in Wisconsin. Once a year we run a wrestling convention called Water City Wrestling Con which brings in former WWE, WCW, and ECW stars for a large autograph session followed by a full wrestling show. Part of that show is the Evil Roy Slades Battle Royal. It is a match where the competitors are thrown over the top rope to get eliminated from the match. The last one in the ring wins. We have utilized the big check as a vital part of the match to show what the winner receives. They then go on display at our wrestling training academy in Oshkosh.
www.ACWWisconsin.com and www.Facebook.com/ACWWisconsin are the best places to find information and photos from past events and about the company.
As an alumni group to our alma mater who presented with large donation on 18×36 Economy Big Check to an endowment fund
ImageFirst using their 18×36 Big Check
“Friday, 1/25/2019 we presented a big check to Hospice in Winston-Salem, NC at our ImageFIRST day where we celebrate our associates and the hard work they have done the prior year. It’s in honor for ImageFIRST to be able to give back to the community.”
Epic Broker uses their 18″x36″ Economy big check for 2019 gold sponsor to CNCDA.
“As part of the #PraxisGivesBack initiative, Praxis has selected The StewPot as the recipient of the $5000 grant. With this check donation, The StewPot will be able to provide 320 people with one-on-one casework assistance which is essential to get the support and documentation vital to overcoming homelessness.”
”The ALGSA presented Dr. Duc Dong with a 2018 ALGS Champion award as well as a check for $11,745 to his lab at SBP. Duc is leading the way with incredible research, working toward better treatments and a cure for ALGS!”
Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Coalition uses their 30″ x 60″ Giant Check to display a donation to ISP Cyber Crimes Unit.
“As part of their mission to assist local law enforcement in their mission to detect, investigate and prosecute child predators, the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Coalition (IICACC) contributed funds and purchased for the Idaho State Police Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) an additional forensic software program. This additional software will assist ISP’s Computer Forensic Examiners in their work in forensically imaging and analyzing suspect’s computers in support of law enforcement casework statewide.”
Adams Brown Sportsman Club uses their 22″ x 48″ dry erase check for a presentation at their club.
Clayton Homes uses their 18″ x 36″ Dry Erase Check for a donation to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana.