Artwork Helps Grant Wishes

Posted by Kirsten Anderson on Jun 6, 2016 10:44:54 AM

Businessolver has long been a Make-A-Wish sponsor and supporter. Two years ago we were able to grant a Disney World trip to a Wish Kid and his family. We invited the family to join us for a pre-trip party at the office, complete with tasty treats and gifts to make the trip more enjoyable. The experience was one that made a lasting impact on many of our employees.

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Racing Around Dodger Stadium

Posted by Kirsten Anderson on Mar 14, 2016 1:30:34 PM

High energy. A sea of pink. A ton of fun. These are a few sentences that describe the Susan G. Komen race that took place in Los Angeles this past weekend at Dodger Stadium. This was the second of 11 races Team Businessolver is participating in this year.

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Welcome to Foundation Findings - Driven by Delight

Posted by Kirsten Anderson on Mar 11, 2016 9:29:21 AM

You’ve found the new Businessolver Foundation blog area, Foundation Findings, where you’ll be able to read about what we’re doing as an organization to help make a healthy, well-educated world where community matters. You’ll see pictures, read commentary, learn about how to make an impact on your community and hopefully be inspired to take some action. We see philanthropy differently and we hope you will, too.

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Stamping Out Breast Cancer, One Race at a Time

Posted by Kirsten Anderson on Mar 7, 2016 2:32:48 PM

“A moving event and very proud to represent Businessolver.”

– Anthony Leone, Senior Sales Consultant

Businessolver kicked off its fight to stamp out breast cancer by participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in sunny Estero, Florida this past Saturday. This was the first of 11 races Team Businessolver will participate in throughout the country. A HUGE thank you to Businessolver Senior Sales Consultant, Anthony Leone and his family who drove an hour to participate in the event. Businessolver is honored to support an organization that sheds light on a devastating disease and celebrates survivors, their families and supports the important work of cancer research.

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