Musicians Friend (let the debating begin) is actually a good supplier of anything that doesn't have their name on it. Their mic cables have a history of dying, but I have gotten mic stands (On Stage Stands) from them, as well as mics and some other things. www.musiciansfriend.com
Northern Light and Sound is a retailer that only carries a few brands in each category of equipment, and only sells the higher-end brands. They have AMAZING prices, but expect a longer delivery time (2-3 weeks) on everything. www.northernsound.net
I don't know where in Wisconsin you are, but a good company is Professional Audio Designs, Inc. They are not going to be your cheapest, but they are sound engineers and sound designers. It is great to use a company like this to get an idea of what things should really be like in your space, taking into account acoustics, etc. Once you have their bid list, you will have to check out others to see what extra you are paying for their experience and the work they did in your space figuring out what would be the best equipment for you.
Scott Leonard is the president of the company, an engineer, a very nice guy, and very, very knowledgeable. Kim DeSpears Leonard is the VP & Head designer, another great knowledgeable person. They can design things so that you can implement them in phases as you are able and have the money.
Contact them and tell them that Dennis from West Bend recommended that you contact them. they designed my system, although the powers that be have yet to loosen the purse strings to finish all phases of the project.