Areas We Proudly Serve
Genesis Dealer Serving Chicago, Milwaukee & Surrounding Areas
Chicago, ILGurnee, ILHighland Park, IL Appleton, WIGreen Bay, WIJanesville, WIMadison, WIMilwaukee, WIRacine, WI
At Genesis of Waukesha, WI, we want to be your go-to center for all things automotive, including new and used car sales or leases, service, and parts. We proudly serve customers from the following areas.
Located on the Fox River, Appleton celebrates the annual Mile of Music, which presents free and original music by over 200 performers in 40 venues over four days. The city is also home to Harry Houdini, whose exploits are remembered at the History Museum at the Castle.
Chicago, IL, ranks as the most populous city in the Midwest and offers a multitude of attractions, including the Art Institute of Chicago, one of the biggest art museums in the world. Sports lovers can cheer on many pro teams, such as the Cubs, Bulls, White Sox, and Bears.
If you like thrills, then head to Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, where you can ride 15 roller coasters, such as American Eagle, the tallest and longest racing wooden roller coaster in the world. Another attraction is the Gurnee Mills shopping outlet with nearly 200 stores.
Highland Park, IL
Highland Park has been the summer home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1936 and hosts the Ravinia Festival, a world-famous music tradition performed at its namesake 36-acre park. The city is also a popular location for TV programs, such as The Good Wife, and movies like Ordinary People and Risky Business.
Madison stands out as Wisconsin’s capital city and Dane County’s seat. This college town also hosts the 175-year-old University of Wisconsin with students converging on the bars, restaurants, and businesses of State Street. Over 200 miles of hiking and biking trails provide a break from studies.
Miller, Schlitz, and Pabst are just some of the breweries that make Milwaukee a destination for beer aficionados, with many companies offering tours that culminate in a sample or two. The Harley-Davidson Museum is also here because this is where the famous motorcycle company was founded in 1903.
The best beaches in the Midwest are located in Racine, which sits on the southwest shore of Lake Michigan. North Beach, for example, has beach volleyball courts, professionally-trained lifeguards, and 50 acres of sand.