Skip to content

Kamadulski Excavating commits to 10-year sponsorship on new center

PHOTO: From Kamadulski website

Sponsorship and advertising opportunities continue to attract local businesses wanting to support The RP Lumber CENTER in Edwardsville.

These partnership options include the popular dasher board program. Kamadulski Excavating & Grading Co, Inc. recently signed up for the unique advertising opportunity at the new ice rink and recreational facility being developed in Edwardsville. There are approximately 20 advertising spots still available.

Kamadulski Excavating & Grading was founded in 1958 by Leo and Fannie Kamadulski. The Kamadulski family owned and operated the company until it was sold in 2019 to Ryan Fischer and Mark Crays, rebranding the company as KAMEX in 2021. Since joining the company in 2013, Fischer and Crays’ leadership continues the tradition of instilling strong work values, teamwork, and a supportive environment as the KAMEX brand fully shifts from the Kamadulski name.

Kamex for a Cause, a program that exists to strengthen and improve the lives of those living and working in the areas where KAMEX does business, thought The RP Lumber CENTER was a development worth supporting.

“Making a donation to TheCENTER was an easy decision because we love to see our community grow and develop, putting effort into our youth and future generations,” said Ryan Fischer, chief executive officer at KAMEX.

President Mark Crays added, “The ice-skating rink is something Edwardsville has been lacking and will be a great addition to the community. TheCENTER’s many amenities will give our youth another outlet where they can be active and stay healthy.”

About the Kamadulski/KAMEX brand

KAMEX continues to expand into new sectors, including commercial warehouse infrastructure, environmental landfill cell construction, federal USACE projects, heavy highway, large scale transmission water and sewer mains, industrial, mechanical, and residential subdivisions. With an environment that values success in terms of relationships and results, their mission is to offer customers quality experiences and an outstanding place to work and build their legacy.


About the A Better to Play to Play Campaign

If you are interested in learning more about The RP Lumber CENTER’s dasher board advertising, please contact The City of Edwardsville Parks and Recreation office at (618) 692-7538 or visit TheCENTER’s website at Those interested in learning more about the “A Better Place to Play” campaign can find information online at “A Better Place to Play” can also be found on Facebook at and on Twitter at E-mail inquiries can be made at Donations may also be mailed to Edwardsville Community Foundation to P.O. Box 102, Edwardsville, IL 62025.


Leave a Comment