Welcome to the December 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 24

Briefs in this week's issue

RSM promotes Bogenreif, Havick, Christensen, Congrove, Bilodeau

SCORR Marketing hires Chambers

Midwest Farmers Cooperative selects Wilhelm to CEO post

Union Bank & Trust promotes Hunt, Perrett to new posts

NU selects Hind as vice president

Farm Credit Services of America selects Jensen as president, CEO

Lutz hires Mabry and Newton

Special Sections:

• Commercial/Retail Space

• Entrepreneurial Success

Bison makes gains as new gyms built amid popularity of sports like pickleball
by Michelle Leach

Depending on where one looks across Bison’s divisions and product lines, the Lincoln-based manufacturer’s growth is up atleast 5 to 10 percent to 30 percent following or amid dealer base and ownership transitions, and a business unit redesign.

Feya Candle Co.’s giving capacity shines with new soap line, store, partnerships
by Michelle Leach

First ignited almost four years ago, Feya Candle Co. has grown to two Lincoln locations and sparked much more than the “candle” part of its name may suggest — donating almost 19,000 meals at the time of this writing to those in need and launching a line of equally charitable natural soaps.

The Hat Killers Barbershop focuseson niche in old-fashioned services
by Lee Nelson

A straight-razor shave and an old school haircut that isn’t rushed have become the popular specialties at The Hat Killers Barbershop in The Haymarket in Lincoln.

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