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Business Listing: Recent Event Sponsors

Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska is grateful for these recent major event sponsors.

Thank you for supporting them with your business and prayers!

  • A Street Market
  • All Needs Computer & Mailing Services
  • Allo Communications LLC
  • Amerine Builders
  • Ameritas
  • Anderson, Klein, Brewster & Brandt
  • Animal Clinic
  • Art F/X
  • Auburn State Bank
  • Awards Unlimited
  • B & N Livestock
  • Back Alley Bakery
  • Backswing Brewing Co.
  • Bank of Doniphan
  • Bank of Steinauer
  • Bauer & Howard, DDS
  • Bert's Pharmacy
  • Bike Rack Cycling and Fitness
  • Bison Electric, Inc
  • Bison Inc.
  • Blumenstock Family Eyecare
  • Bob Sass Flowers, Inc.
  • Brinkman Bros. Chevrolet
  • Brown's Shoe Fit Co.
  • Bruce Furniture
  • Bryan Health
  • Bryant Family Insurance Agency
  • Bryant, Katt & Associates
  • Bumgardner Family Dentistry
  • Burlington Crosier LLC
  • Butherus, Maser & Love
  • BVH Architecture
  • C & M Enterprises, Inc.
  • C3 Hotel & Convention Center
  • Cada Law
  • Capitol City Ford and Mustang Club, Inc.
  • Carey's Pest Control
  • Carpet Land
  • Catalyst Chiropractic
  • Centennial Plastics Inc.
  • Central Logistic Services, Inc.
  • Cheever Construction Company
  • CHI Health St. Elizabeth
  • Children First Pediatrics
  • Clark Architects Collaborative 3
  • The Clark Enersen Partners
  • Comfort Inn
  • Concord Enterprises
  • Cook Farms of Juniata, Inc.
  • Crooked Creek Golf Club
  • Crosier Park Pharmacy, L.L.C.
  • Custom Machine & Design, Inc.
  • D-BAT (Lincoln)
  • Daly Family Dentistry
  • Dental Designs
  • Dormie Network
  • Dorr & Clark Funeral Home
  • The Doughnut Hole
  • Dr. Douglas R. Fiedler, M.D., P.C.
  • Dr. Mark Driscoll Family Dentistry
  • Edios Corp
  • Ellerbrock-Norris Insurance
  • El Portal Restaurant
  • Embassy Suites of Lincoln
  • Engles Agency
  • Envelopes Plus, Inc.
  • Eve's Copper
  • Family Medical Center of Hastings
  • Farm & City Supply
  • Festive Expressions
  • Firespring
  • Five Points Bank of Hastings
  • Flatwater Technologies
  • Four Crowns Statuary
  • Gary Braun Electric, Inc
  • Gary Hoebelheinrich/RBC Wealth Management
  • Gary Michael's Clothiers (Hastings)
  • Gary Michael's Clothiers (Lincoln)
  • General Excavating
  • GL Wyeno Hearing Specialists
  • Gloria Deo
  • The Graduate Hotel Lincoln
  • Grain Belt Energy
  • Granite City Food & Brewery
  • Great Western Bank
  • Guardian Angels Homecare, Inc.
  • H & H Consulting
  • H.K. Sports Bar & Grill
  • Hart Floors
  • Hastings Ford
  • Hastings Grain Inspection
  • Hastings Radiology Associates, P.C.
  • Hastings Tribune
  • HBE, LLP
  • HDR Engineering
  • Heartland Bank
  • Heartland Concrete & Construction
  • Hemmingsen Funeral Home
  • Heritage Hills
  • Hillcrest Country Club
  • Holy Family Medical Associates, LLC
  • Home Instead Senior Care
  • HoriSun Hospice
  • Husker Max
  • Hy-Vee (50th & O St.)
  • J. R. Guthmann Enterprises
  • Jacobi's Carpet One
  • Judah Caster Co.
  • Kidwell
  • Lacey-Antholz-Donner, Dentists PC
  • Lake Maloney Golf Club
  • Landscapes Unlimited, Inc.
  • Lawrence Industries Inc.
  • Lazlo's/Fireworks
  • Lee Precision, Inc.
  • Lied Lodge & Conference Center
  • Lincoln Mattress & Furniture
  • Lincoln Running Company
  • Lincoln Saltdogs
  • Livingston-Butler & Volland Funeral Home
  • Lutz & Co., Inc.
  • M & S Builders
  • Magnolia Metal
  • Mary Lanning Healthcare
  • Men's Wearhouse
  • Merz Ink
  • Midwest Door & Hardware
  • Midwest Tile, Marble & Granite
  • Miller Contracting, Inc.
  • Miller Monroe Farrell Insurance Agency
  • Miller Seed Co.
  • Moran's Liquor
  • Nebraska Dermatology, LLC
  • Nebraska Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, P.C.
  • Nebraskaland Distributors, LLC
  • Nestor & Mercure, Attorneys
  • Noel Engineering
  • Norm's Car Care
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Oak Creek Sporting Club
  • Oak Valley Lumber & Supply, Inc
  • Oakeson Steiner Wealth Management
  • Odyssey Restaurant
  • Oxbow Animal Health
  • Pathfinder Wealth Advisors
  • Pat's Auto
  • Pattino
  • Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.
  • Pinnacle Bank (Hastings)
  • Platteview Golf Club
  • QP Ace Hardware
  • Quality Brands of Lincoln
  • Raynor Garage Doors of Central Nebraska
  • Red Door Realty/Manzitto
  • Reese Construction
  • Refrigeration Consultants Inc.
  • REGA Engineering Group Inc.
  • River's Edge Golf Club
  • Runza Restaurants
  • Rutt's Heating & A/C, Inc.
  • Sandhills Global
  • Schaefer's TV and Appliance Center
  • Select Style
  • Seward Turkey Enterprises
  • Shell Speedee Mart
  • Sid Dillon Lincoln
  • Slim Chickens
  • South Street Dairy Queen
  • Southern Hills Golf Course
  • Stem Gallery
  • Steve Lang Insurance Co
  • Strategic Legacy Advisors, Inc.
  • Sullivan Shoemaker PC LLO
  • Summit Masonry LLC
  • Sunset Lawns & Landscaping
  • Super C
  • Superior Pharmacy, Inc.
  • The Swanson Agency
  • Table Creek Golf Course
  • TMCO
  • Tracy's Collision Center
  • Union Bank & Trust
  • Upland Design, LLC.
  • US Bank (Hastings)
  • US Bank (Lincoln)
  • Valentino’s (Lincoln)
  • Valentino's (Nebraska City)
  • Vincenzo's Ristorante
  • Walker Tire Point S
  • West Gate Bank
  • Williamsburg Dental
  • Woodward's Disposal Service
  • YMCA of the Rockies
  • York Country Club

Here are a few simple ways you can help support businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • Buy gift cards and/or promotional merchandise: Even if the business is currently closed, contact them to see if you can purchase gift cards in advance for when they reopen (and ask how they'll announce their grand re-opening so you can share the news for them!). When you contact them, ask if they're selling other items, such as shirts with their business logo. Keep an eye out on their social media accounts for new and unusual merchandise unrelated to their normal business offerings- many are using the opportunity to branch out in new and creative ways.

 

  • Consider your local online shopping options whenever possible, even if they’ve closed their location: While the pandemic might be shuttering their physical storefront business, many are operating via their website or other online avenues. Don't assume a "we're closed" sign means "we don't need your business right now"… in many cases, it's quite the opposite. 

 

  • Offer your time and talents: Are you a technology whiz? Social media queen? Website armchair quarterback? Help out if you can. If you have time on your hands, offer to volunteer if they need help with inventory or processing mail orders (following your local guidelines for social distancing, of course). When you learn of any financial support services that might help them, take a few moments and pass the information along to them. They'll be grateful you took the time to do so. If you're not able to help right now due to restrictions, offer to help when they reopen for business. Your positivity will make their day.

 

  • Reschedule appointments instead of asking for a refund: They'll appreciate your loyalty and, just as important, your confidence in their future. Be sure to ask if there's anything else you can do to help them right now. Your offer will remind them that we're all in this together.

 

  • Share your love on social media: Give your favorite businesses shout-outs on your social media channels whenever possible (be sure to tag them and/or link to their website, too). If it's a restaurant, share photos of takeout meals and tag their social media accounts. Take advantage of movements such as #TakeoutTuesday. Also, share reviews and help create buzz for those offering curbside or takeout. 

 

  • Stay in touch: Follow them on social media and visit their website for updates. If they've had to reduce their services or temporarily close, you can bet they're worried you're going to forget about them. Reach out to them and reassure them that you'll be back. It'll mean the world to them.

 

  • Pray for them and their families: For many business owners, their business is so, SO much more than a financial undertaking. They've poured blood, sweat, and now tears, into their business. This pandemic is endangering its very existence. Pray for them during this time of stress.

 

Click to read a letter from Fr. Fulton to our past business supporters.


If your business has been a major event sponsor for CSS in the past 12 months but your business name is not on our listing, please click here and let us know.

  • Square miles served in the Diocese of Lincoln last year

    24,000

  • Cash & in-kind assistance provided across southern Nebraska last year

    $1,800,000

  • Counseling sessions through the Immaculate Heart of Mary Counseling Center last year

    5,268

  • Nights of lodging & safety provided through St. Gianna’s Women’s Homes last year

    17,280

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