An Inc. article lists four reasons your business should give back:
- It feels good. Giving back reminds you of how lucky you are.
- Relationship building: through our community involvement we’ve developed quality relationships that have helped us in other ways.
- Recruitment: people look to work for companies that care.
- Giving back makes jobs more engaging and engaged employees are more productive employees.
BRES employees pride themselves in giving back to the community:
|Jennifer Edwards Shown on Far Right|
|Scott Revs up the Chainsaw to do Good for Charity|
Lou previously served eight years on the Lenexa City Council and this fall will finish his 11th year as a Lenexa City Councilman. For the next six months, Lou Serrone will be the City Council President of Lenexa, Kansas. Every six months, the Mayor designates one of his council members to be council president. As the City Council President, Serrone will also act as interim mayor if the Mayor is absent.
|Brian Beggs (Grey shirt) with dog Romeo|
Paige Salveter volunteers with the KC Explorers professional tennis team. The Explorers Experience is world-class tennis in a social, high-energy atmosphere. Different from any tennis you’ve watched, imagine the best tennis players in the world, throw in some music between points and very enthusiastic fans.
|Vicki Kelley (second on left)|
Aaron Mesmer and Kim Harbian
Aaron and Kim are Young Friends of RBI and put on events together throughout the season to
|Aaron and Kim at RBI Event|
Ron Fredericks, the Director of Block Maintenance Solutions, donates time on talk radio Saturday mornings between 11am-1pm on station News Talk 98.1 FM to share information about and take questions from callers on Energy Savings Cost Ideas (commercial/residential).
See the local KC community organizations that BRES is giving back to as a company.