Thank You from National American University

July 19, 2016

"Thank you especially for your generosity. You really are helping the NAU Foundation to make a difference in the lives of these students."

- Tamie Hopp, Director of Alumni & Foundation Services

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Grow Your Business with Document Management

July 12, 2016

It’s estimated that up to 40 percent of business activities are document driven. And many companies spend as much as 10 percent of their revenues on documents and related processes. 

Between invoices, proposals, marketing materials, and client files, documents are the lifeblood of almost every business. But, how can you manage your documents better so they allow you to focus more time on business growth? 

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Service Retreat

June 29, 2016

Service Retreat at Thunderstik Lodge!
Big thank you to our service department for their hard work!

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Volunteering at Habitat for Humanity

June 22, 2016

We had the pleasure of donating our time & a little muscle to a family in need in May! 15 A&B Business employees decided it wasn’t enough to just give a charitable donation, we wanted to put in a little sweat equity! Thank you to all who came and helped – it was a truly eye-opening experience and we were all so blessed to be able to help a well-deserving family in need! 

The lack of affordable housing is a serious problem in the Sioux Falls area. A total of 49.1% of elementary school students in Sioux Falls receive free or reduced meals (as of May 2013) and 1049 children were identified as homeless by the Sioux Falls School District. Many others live doubled up, in motels, in transitional housing and domestic violence shelters. 

We wanted to do our part to created awareness and help for the greater good of our community!

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Vietnam veteran from Aberdeen moved by second-grader

2016-06-02 00:00:00

When the chance meeting ended, Barr and Ben went their separate ways. Barr had heartwarming memory, but not the full name of the boy who thanked him.

"It bothered me all week," Barr said. "I had to do something about it. So I contacted the principle at the elementary school in Garretson and said, ‘Ma’am, bear with me, here’s my story, don’t hang up.’”

After retelling the emotional story, the principle investigated and gave Barr Ben's name and the name Garretson teacher Jodie Neugebauer. Barr was also invited to spend a day with Ben's second-grade class. Barr visited on April 20.

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