Bucks Statement on Milwaukee Common Council Vote
“Today is a truly historic day for Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and the culmination of months of hard work from an incredible coalition passionate about our community’s future.”
“Today is a truly historic day for Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and the culmination of months of hard work from an incredible coalition passionate about our community’s future. Thanks to the support of Sen. Kohl, Mayor Barrett and the Common Council, and other elected officials in both Milwaukee and Madison, this transformative public-private partnership is now a reality. Now it’s time to get to work creating jobs and building a better Milwaukee – not just for the Bucks, but for all citizens of this great state.”
Press Releases by Milwaukee Bucks
Bucks and the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network to Host Pride Night on Saturday, March 4Dec 16th, 2016 by Milwaukee Bucks
Matchup with Toronto to be a celebration of diversity and inclusion as the team highlights members of the local LGBT community throughout the game
The Milwaukee Bucks released the following statement regarding the passing of Craig Sager:
First community town hall meeting scheduled for Dec. 15 at Journey House to introduce local jobseekers to the platform and assist with RPP certification.
The Bucks and ATC will sponsor the planting of a new tree in Wisconsin for every 3-pointer the Bucks hit at home this season.
Milwaukee Mondays return this season with new community focus on neighborhoods that make city uniqueNov 10th, 2016 by Milwaukee Bucks
Popular Milwaukee Originals T-shirt line returns for a fourth season, with local musical acts also slated to perform at all Milwaukee Monday games