NuGrowth Gives Back to the Community

(PRWEB) August 30, 2014

NuGrowth Community, the philanthropic arm of Strategic Insurance Software and its parent company NuGrowth Solutions, has donated to seven charities and foundations so far this year.

A highlight of NuGrowth Community’s year is often the annual food drive that benefits the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. This past year, NuGrowth Community’s donations to the Mid-Ohio Foodbank resulted in 22,000 meals for the hungry in central Ohio. Other benefiting organizations include St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital, James Cancer Hospital at The Ohio State University, and the Columbus, Ohio Ronald McDonald House. The full list of philanthropic activities follows:

Mid-Ohio Food Drive: Collected food donations
Chili Cook-Off: Collected donations for St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital
NGC March Madness Bracket Challenge: Donations for the Second & 7 Foundation
Susan Komen Race for the Cure: Participated in the 5K walk/run
Cornhole Tournament: Collected funds to be used when preparing meals at the Ronald McDonald house in December
Cornhole Open: Collected donations for James Cancer Research Hospital
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Collected donations to fund ALS research

NuGrowth Community meets monthly and all NuGrowth and SIS associates are invited. “We look for charities important to our teammates and work together to come up with creative ways to get the company involved in donating time and money,” said Beth Wenning, Director of Organizational Development. “In addition to benefitting the community, associates who don’t usually get to work together get to know each other better and have fun during our contests and fund drives we use to collect donations.”

Many of the donations and fund drives are organized as competitions giving associates a way to bond over friendly competition while helping the community. Activities organized by NuGrowth Community aimed at building camaraderie among associates include

“Jersey days” when associates can wear their favorite sports team’s jersey to work,
“Food Truck Fridays” when a local food truck is available outside the office for lunch, and
The third annual golf outing which will be held in September.

“NuGrowth Community has grown with our company over the past few years,” said Greg Tillar, CEO of NuGrowth Solutions. “It is really enjoyable to watch the individuals in our companies use their skills and talents to help others around central Ohio.”

About NuGrowth Community

NuGrowth Community is the philanthropic arm of Strategic Insurance Software and its parent company NuGrowth Solutions.

Strategic Insurance Software is the team behind Partner XE insurance software – an innovative web-based insurance agency management system that helps independent agencies streamline workflow and grow their business.

Its parent company NuGrowth Solutions is a sales and marketing as a service organization specializing in business development, customer relationship management, and digital marketing. NuGrowth helps B2B companies build world-class sales and marketing organizations using proven, scalable processes for acquiring new clients.

Both organizations are located in Columbus, Ohio.

Upcoming NuGrowth Community Events

The Columbus Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome Association – Entry fees fund Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio.
Alzheimer’s Walk – Accompanying bake sale will raise funds for Alzheimer’s research.
Moustache Movember – Entry fees and voting raise funds for prostate cancer research.

Fully Equipped Wisconsin Bar and Grill Up for Grabs Among Commercial Real Estate Investors

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) August 28, 2014

In the north central Wisconsin town of Tomahawk is a 3,500-square foot restaurant property that has not only hit the open market, but is slated for auction during’s 200-property September 27th online event. An excellent property to add to a restaurant or commercial portfolio, this bar and grill was built in 1960 and remains in excellent condition, with all kitchen equipment installed and ready to go.

The bar area seats 21, there are another four tables with a total of 17 seats, and there is another large banquet room for private parties with its own bar and eating area. The restaurant is situated at a great location right next to a major thoroughfare and has extra parking. The property is listed at $ 295,000 with a minimum bid of $ 185,000 if no offer is received by the September 27th auction.

Tomahawk is a relaxed and friendly small-town community that skews heavily towards outdoorsy activity (e.g., camping, paintball, golf) during the summer months and towards skiing during the winter. The restaurant’s full address is 433 S Tomahawk Ave Tomahawk, WI 54487 in Lincoln County.

This property has motivated, high-energy sellers entertaining early bids, meaning that although it is scheduled for auction, it may very well sell before that date arrives. Potential buyers would be well advised to begin researching as soon as possible if this property piques their interest. Indeed, the property, along with the full spread of September 27th offerings — which also include residential homes and vacant land — can be viewed by visiting

Interested parties should visit to find photos and details about the properties, or by visiting in person and performing an inspection on site, which is highly recommended. 1-866-371-3619 is’s information line. Additionally, features a live chat service through which questions can be answered.


Green Bay, Wisconsin-based is a real estate marketing firm specializing in project focused auctions of bank-owned properties throughout the United States. The approach to real estate marketing tailors each auction plan to the client’s individual needs. The site is constantly being updated for the benefit of buyers, as large-scale auction events are held monthly, and new properties are added daily. Broker Wade Micoley #43327-90. Broker Firm WM Enterprises, Inc. #835181-91. Auctioneer Wade Micoley 32647-052.

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(PRWEB) August 27, 2014 is a proud media sponsor, joining Artists for Trauma (AFT) and the Rhythm and Joy Festival (RAJ14) as they present a full day, soulful celebration of healing music, art and dance, featuring dynamic singers, musicians and performance artists. Created by Music & Arts director of the Agape International Spiritual Center, Rickie Byars Beckwith, RAJ14 will take place on August 30th, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Warner Center Park in Woodland Hills, CA.

In addition to the music and art, the event features an array innovative, sustainable, eco- friendly, socially conscious vendors and exhibitors offering a variety of products and services to work green, play green and live green. Festival goers will have the opportunity to try delicious, raw, vegan, vegetarian and organic foods from a wide selection of local vendors. Attendees are also invited to participate in yoga classes and alternative healing modalities at the Wellness Healing Oasis.

There will also be recovery and rehab resources for spinal cord injury support from the Triumph Foundation, Pushrim, Mobility Works, as well as a range of adaptive clothing. AFT will also be laying down 1500 linear feet of wheelchair pathway to assure access to all. AFT is also hosting a fashion show for trauma survivors with clothing and accessories provided by MACY’S department store.

“The services provided by Artists for Trauma are vital to those who are recovering from a major traumatic event, including those who have served in our nation’s military,” said Debbie Gregory, CEO of “Their collaboration with the Rhythm and Joy Festival can truly make a difference, and I hope that everyone will come out and support them on August 30th.”

Event entrance is complimentary, with lawn seating available on a first come, first served basis. For those who prefer reserved seating and parking, tickets are available for purchase as a “Very Inspiring Person.” VIP ticket sales also support the ongoing work of both Artists for Trauma and the Rhythm & Joy Festival.

About the Rhythm and Joy Festival

The Rhythm and Joy Festival is a soulful celebration of the impact of music as a catalyst for change. Now in its second year, the festival features the healing music of dynamic singers, musicians and performing artists. Last year’s inaugural 3-day music festival was held in Simi Valley at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch, and hosted 3,000 attendees and performances by Chaka Khan, Common, Me’Shell Ndege’Ocello, the Agape International Choir, and many others.

About Artists for Trauma

Artists for Trauma a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of both civilian and military trauma survivors by pairing recovering patients with established artists from various disciplines. The organization aims to expedite recovery through artistic expression and human connection, providing a creative portal to help patients process complex emotions, regain confidence and build self-acceptance after suffering a traumatic experience.

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