Wipfli Young: Bill Young Begins his Sentence

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MADISON, Wis.— Officer Larry Kamholz of the Madison Police Department will “arrest” Bill Young, partner in charge at Wipfli Young, on Wednesday, September 15th at 10:00 a.m. Bond is set at $500 with proceeds going to the United Way of Dane County.

Mr. Young’s “arrest” is part of Wipfli Young’s United Way fund raising drive. Throughout the day striped shirt-clad partners and other staff will be jailed at 2901 West Beltline Highway, with only a computer and a phone to raise their bail. “This event is part of our overall efforts to help United Way reach its fundraising goals for 2004,” says Rhonda Kothe, Wipfli Young’s United Way co-chair, “Our staff is committed to supporting the United Way.”

“People want to help create solutions and improve lives, they just need the opportunity,” stated Rick Searer, United Way 2004 Board Chair and President of Oscar Mayer, “With supportive companies like Wipfli Young giving their employees the chance to have fun and take care of what matters to Dane County, United Way will be able to achieve positive results for our community.”

Wipfli Young is an office of Wipfli LLP, the nation’s 17th largest CPA and business management consulting firm serving 24,000 clients throughout the Midwest and beyond from offices in Wisconsin and Minnesota.