Welcome to the August 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 16

Briefs in this week's issue

Immanuel appoints Jarecki, Schlotfeld, Spicer and Stevenson

Lutz appoints Allmand, Korth

NCGA appoints Chrisp, Hunnicutt

Platte Institute selects Bottorf as its director of development

Union Bank & Trust hires Amen

Olsson Associates promotes Bellizzi to associate engineer

Lincoln-based TELCOR promotes Marshall and Whisler to new roles

Special Sections:

• Banking

• Office Services Guide

Approaching fourth decade, Amigos & Kings Classic gets new life with launch of ESOP
by Michelle Leach

The recent announcement that Amigos & Kings Classic has become a 100 percent employee-owned business is breathing new life into the 37-year-old Lincoln-born restaurant chain, according to the couple that started what would become 27 stores scattered throughout Nebraska, from Bellevue to Kearney, and Auburn to Columbus.


White Castle Roo ng expands with Grand Island office
by Michelle Leach

Mother Nature, entry into the commercial market, and the name recognition that comes with 32 years in business represent factors that have contributed to Lincoln-born White Castle Roofing boosting its staff size by 200 percent within the past five years, and the addition of a central Nebraska office as of earlier this year.


Lincoln medical practices combine to form Alivation Health
by Michelle Leach

Nineteen-year-old Premier Psychiatric Group and 15-year-old Family Practice Specialists have joined forces as Alivation Health, and are officially coming together under one roof as of early August — a unified team poised to build upon leading-edge research in noninvasive brain/behavioral health treatment and multidisciplinary and patient-centered collaborative care.


GRNE Solar seizing opportunities to increase company’s footprint
by Lee Nelson

GRNE Solar is seeing revenue growth as demand increases for its solar solutions for residential, and commercial industries.


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