• Fort Chamber Welcomes USA Karate

    January 14, 2019
    Fort Chamber Welcomes USA Karate
    Fort Atkinson has another healthy lifestyle activity to engage kids and family members of all ages. USA Karate is located at 1305 Madison Avenue where a ribbon cutting was held on Friday, January 11, to welcome the new business. Owner Randy Beck is a seventh-degree black belt and has over 30 years’ experience in martial arts. His son Davis is a second-degree black belt and serves as the office manager. Students develop confidence, discipline, character, focus, and respect, while strengthening their minds and bodies. The studio offers courses Monday-Thursday, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. A schedule is available on their website at www.usakaratefa.com.
    USA Karate is currently offering a free, two-week confidence building course for first-time participants. Parents can contact Mr. Beck at (608) 575-6485, or visit the website for additional information. The studio is also available for martial arts-themed birthday parties.

    Pictured: Chamber Ambassador Jeff Mason, Chamber President Ryan Klopcic, USA Karate office director Davis Beck, USA Karate owner Randy Beck, USA Karate instructor Kevin Neibuhr, a USA Karate student, Chamber Executive Director Carrie Chisholm, Chamber Ambassadors Becky Romens and Marissa Weidenfeller, with students from youth classes.
    Randy Beck, Owner/Operator
    (608) 575-6485