April 17, 2023 •
The Nashville Metropolitan Council voted unanimously 36-0 to reappoint State Rep. Justin Jones to the House District 52 seat. The Shelby County Board of Commissioners also voted unanimously to reappoint State Rep. Justin Pearson to House District 86 seat. Jones […]
The Nashville Metropolitan Council voted unanimously 36-0 to reappoint State Rep. Justin Jones to the House District 52 seat.
The Shelby County Board of Commissioners also voted unanimously to reappoint State Rep. Justin Pearson to House District 86 seat.
Jones and Pearson were expelled from the House on April 7 following a protest on the House floor.
Jones and Pearson will serve as interim representatives until the special elections for their seats are held.
March 4, 2013 •
January 4, 2013 •
Boxed and labeled and going out
The State and Federal Communications Executive Source Guidebook – our annual compendium to our website – has been published and is going out today via USPS Media Mail. Those of you who are subscribing to our services will be receiving one on your doorstep soon!
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October 26, 2011 •
State and Federal Communications, Inc. is raising money for United Way of Summit County.
On Friday, October 28, 2011, we are selling apple cider and Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the Courtyard Square lobby from 9:00am – Noon.
If you would like to order donuts by the dozen or cider by the gallon in advance, please contact Nicolette Koozer at 330.761.9960 or email email@example.com
September 29, 2011 •
August 4, 2011 •
June 1, 2011 •
We wanted to share a few pictures from recent events.
Another proud moment for State and Federal Communications, Inc. occurred recently when Ren Koozer, I.T. Director, accepted the United Way of Summit County award for State and Federal Communications, Inc. for Highest Corporate per Capita giving by employees (for employers under 49) for the eighth year straight. Attending the event was [l to r:] George Ticoras, Joe May, John Cozine, Ren Koozer, Amber Fish Linke, Myra Cottrill, Steve Quinn, Ken Kelewae, and Nicolette Bartz Koozer, photographer.
Ren Koozer is accepting the Campaign Excellence Award for State and Federal Communications, Inc. for outstanding excellence in giving.
In the photo with Koozer are William Feth [AESCO Electronics] and Katie Rennard [United Way].
State and Federal Communications, Inc. treated the administrative staff to a luncheon sponsored by Superior Staffing on Administrative Assistants Day. Founder of Superior Staffing, Fran Doll, was the guest speaker. Her dynamic life story truly inspired the sold out crowd at Portage Country Club.
In attendance was: [front] Leah Hadgis, Susan Stofka, Val Blake, and Sarah Gray, [back] Megan Huber, Nicole Davis, Becky Campbell, and Justin Quinlan.
May 2, 2011 •
Joan Lunden was the conference host and keynote speaker.
Recently DiversityBusiness.com held its 11th Annual National Multicultural Business Conference at the Gaylord National outside of Washington, DC. Their conference proclamation was “American business has arrived at the next step in its evolution – the era of global diversity.”
Diversity has included the following: 1] businesses owned by people of color; 2] by women; and 3] by the disabled. But, in 2011 this organization wants you to know that it includes innovative ideas, varied products, greater quality, greater efficiency, and lower costs. Additionally, it includes a multicultural platform in markets, products, services, and experience.
State and Federal Communications, Inc. and Elizabeth Z. Bartz, President and CEO has been chosen to receive a DiversityBusiness.com award for its success in business in Ohio.
The conference host presenting the awards was Joan Lunden. Her keynote speech titled “10 ways to Reinvent Yourself” is featured in our May 2011 Compliance Now newsletter.
December 23, 2010 •
We found a new way to give back to the community.
State and Federal Communications, Inc. had a month-long gift wrapping fundraiser to benefit the United Way of Summit County. Promoted as “giving YOU the gift of time” employees in the building brought their unwrapped gifts to be expertly wrapped and returned ready to be put under the tree.
Packages of all sizes and shapes came through the doors and the elves tackled each corner to impress. Participants of the fundraiser made personal donations to the United Way. All donations were matched by State and Federal Communications and were forwarded to United Way.
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