Symphony names Brusewitz new marketing chief

The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra announced it has named Penny Bruesewitz, a veteran marketer and fundraiser, as its new business development and marketing manager.

Bruesewitz has deep local roots. She spent much of her youth growing up in Sheboygan, graduating from North High School, and her maternal grandfather owned a Sheboygan business, John’s Clock Shop.

In this role, Bruesewitz will head up fundraising, relationship building and marketing for the SSO, which is entering its 98th year of performing for Sheboygan County and the surrounding area.

Bruesewitz began her marketing career in the Kitchen and Bath division of Fieldcrest Cannon, located in her hometown of Kannapolis, N.C. Bruesewitz later moved to Evans, Ga., where she continued to grow her marketing career as a real estate agent and president of Copper- Quarters, LLC.

Bruesewitz was active in the local community, serving as an ambassador with the Augusta Chamber of Commerce, fundraising chair for Evans Elementary PTO, playing viola in the Columbia County Civic Orchestra and volunteering with the Columbia County Exchange Club.

Her passion for the Exchange Club’s Mission of child abuse prevention and core values of family, community, country led to her serving as president she helped implement the All You Need Is Love Concert for Kids, which won a national award for fundraising in 2007.

Bruesewitz relocated to Howards Grove in 2009 and believes the Sheboygan area has much to offer. She is passionate about the role of music in the community and is excited about helping the SSO prepare for its 100th anniversary and beyond.

“There is a rich cultural environment here with a strong community commitment to nourish and strengthen these assets for future generations,” Bruesewitz states.

She believes the community is fortunate to have a strong chamber, industries with solid histories and established roots, along with individuals willing to support the symphony and who recognize its value as part of what makes Sheboygan “Someplace Better.”

“I look forward to being a part of this team and believe we have the individuals in place who have the knowledge and commitment to make the Sheboygan Symphony the best it can be,” Bruesewitz said.

The SSO recently announced its 2016-2017 concert series, entitled A Season of Rich Expression, which includes a People’s Choice Concert, featuring works selected by SSO audience members.


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