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Bergstrom Automotive President Tim Bergstrom to Present St. Norbert College CEO Breakfast Series Lecture

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From St. Norbert College, March 21, 2024
by Eva Westein,, 920-403-3153

Tim Bergstrom, president and CEO of Bergstrom Automotive, will present “Win in Today’s Labor Market Through Transparency, Coaching, Culture and Serving Authentically” in the sixth installment of the 25th season of the CEO Breakfast Series at St. Norbert College. The event will be held Thursday, April 11, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., at the Miron Construction headquarters in Neenah, Wis.

Tim Bergstrom was born and raised here in the Valley, graduated from Marquette University, and received his master's degree in business leadership from Michigan State. Bergstrom Automotive is a privately held company that owns and operates 32 automotive locations representing all volume automotive manufacturers sold in the United States, the only company to achieve this distinction. Bergstrom Automotive is one of the top 100 largest automotive groups in the U.S., with sales in excess of $1.3 billion, and employs over 1,800 teammates throughout the State of Wisconsin. The company was built on a vision that is still at its core today - Bergstrom Automotive will strive to be the recognized leader of guest services through the commitment to treat everyone like family.

Through the college’s Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics, the CEO Breakfast Series is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for local businesspeople to meet face-to-face with some of the most respected leaders in the business community and to network with other leaders in the region. Speakers share their unique strategies for facing specific business challenges. Topics are selected by the speakers, and their comments are candid, insightful and not likely to be heard in public elsewhere.

Register for individual sessions at $60 per session at, by email at or by phone at 920-403-3449. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the Phil Hauck Scholarship Fund, which will benefit an individual pursuing a Schneider School MBA or participating in the Center for Exceptional Leadership.

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