Welcome to the September 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

General Excavating’s longevity leads to more targeted job selection
by Dwain Hebda

General Excavating’s long tenure in the excavating business has enabled the 100-employee firm to become more targeted in its choice of partners, leading to quality projects.
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Simple Strat thrives on delivering marketing results as business discipline
by Dwain Hebda

Ali Schwanke, CEO and strategist with Simple Strat in Lincoln, credits a basic credo for the growth of the marketing company she founded: Deliver results.
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Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping owners bring new energy to remodeled Lincoln locations
by Michelle Leach

When Jeff and Nicole Essink purchased the Altoona, Iowa arm of Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping in 2013, it was one of the lowest-pro- ducing gyms within the brand’s Des Moines-area footprint. Within five years, the husband-wife team transformed the gym into the top-pro- ducer for the fitness kickboxing, strength training and nutrition counseling franchise.
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Briefs in this week's issue

Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital appoints Moellering as hospitalist

Union Bank & Trust promotes Martin to church lending officer

The Department of Veterans Affairs names McDivitt Midwest director

SCORR promotes Buntemeyer

NebraskaLink hires Rohweder

Mutual of Omaha promotes Vankat to corporate secretary

KVC Nebraska appoints Brown organization’s new president

Blue Cross and Blue Shield names McGill chief sales, marketing officer

University of Nebraska selects Pottorff VP, general counsel

HoriSun Hospice names Jisa director of clinical services

United Way of Lincoln, Lancaster County adds Rathe as director


Special Sections:

How to Buy/Sell Your Home

Transportation, Distribution and Warehousing

Going Green