Semi-Finals Baby!


Semi-Finals are this Saturday, April 16th. The Shevil Knevils and Rushin’ Rollettes battle it first, then it is the Crazy 8’s VS Maiden Milwaukee! Who is going to duke it out at the Championship? You better come and see for yourself.

The Brewcity Bruisers are sponsoring the Wisconsin Humane Society, BAD (Battle Against Dogfighting), and Friends of MADACC (Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission). Bring animal related items such as dog or cat treats, towels and toys to the April 16th Bout, you will receive $2 off your admission! 

Wisconsin Humane Society

The Wisconsin Humane Society’s mission is to build a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness. The goal of the organization is to save lives of animals.

For more information, visit their website at

BAD (Battle Against Dogfighting)

BAD is a comprehensive, city-wide program to educate the community and protect animals from the horrors of dogfighting. They use a proven multi-agency approach to unite the community against dogfighting, and to prevent dog owners from participating in this blood “sport”. Through education, early intervention, and community involvement, BAD promotes programs that stop the violence associated with dogfighting and animal abuse, educates the public about humane treatment of animals and responsible pet ownership, trains youth and community leaders who can take the message of compassion throughout their own communities, and connects pet owners to low-cost and free resources. BAD collaborates with City of Milwaukee programs, the Milwaukee Police Department, community partners, businesses, schools, and churches to spread the message that compassion towards animals makes for safer and more humane communities. BAD has four key components to specifically target neighborhoods most affected by dogfighting and other associated violence:





Friends of MADACC (Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission) 

Friends of MADACC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of animal welfare issues, and improving the welfare of Milwaukee County’s homeless animals housed at MADACC’s animal care and control facility.

 The mission statement of the organization:

-Help more homeless animals find new forever homes.

-Improve quality of life for animals 

-Promote community awareness

Friends of MADACC ensure that donations stay in Milwaukee County to help local homeless animals. Many of these animals are friendly, healthy and highly adoptable and our efforts give them a second chance at finding permanent, loving homes.

For more informations, visit their website at 

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