AriensCo has spent the entirety of its existence in the same community. A small town of just 3,200 people has supported our organization for nearly 90 years, and because of that, we place a special emphasis on giving back locally to the many communities that our offices do business in.
AriensCo has been working to establish conservation projects on its 250-acre campus for the last several years, demonstrating that natural landscapes can thrive in conjunction with manufacturing and business.
Improvement efforts to the company's campus occurred in many stages, beginning with an extensive five-mile walking trail (which is open to the public), followed by the installment of bee colonies, and ending with restoring much of the land back to its natural prairie state with the planting of hundreds of wildflowers. Throughout the process, more than 300 trees have also been planted on the property.Learn More
The future of the manufacturing industry lies with the next generation. Our country’s students hold the potential to make some of the greatest strides our industry has seen, which is why AriensCo annually invests in STEM education programs in local communities.
Over the past several years, AriensCo has made significant investments to build STEM centers at both Brillion High School and Brillion Elementary School. These spaces allow students to explore topics and careers in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.Learn More
The Ariens Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance to young people who show a desire to continue their formal education. The Foundation also provides financial support to local area schools that support and promote STEM education opportunities in our local communities.Learn More
Ariens Hill in Titletown, adjacent to Lambeau Field, offers a unique tubing experience in the colder months, and a relaxing area for visitors to enjoy park activities and programs. Towering over the park at 46 feet, the hill features three tubing lanes that stretch 300 feet. With three snow-making machines and state-of-the-art grooming machines, along with an automated system that returns tubes to the top of the hill, Ariens Hill is the ultimate urban snow tubing experience.Learn More
A total of $909,435 in Ariens and Gravely equipment value as well as cash was given by AriensCo to our partners in community safety, charitable institutions and other worthy organizations in 2016. In addition to high school and college scholarships, an overwhelming amount of support was awarded to charities like World Vision, an organization that serves those who suffer from economic hardship, natural disasters, malnutrition and more.Learn More
In 2015, AriensCo gave a total of $388,000 in Ariens and Gravely equipment value as well as cash donations to a variety of nonprofit organizations, community groups and deserving individuals. Among those contributions included gifting an 85-year-old Chicago resident with a new Ariens Sno-Thro so he could continue clearing his neighbors’ driveways, as he had done for the past 35 years.Learn More