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Member Spotlight: Goracke & Associates, P.C.

8/19/2016 3:01:06 PM UTC

Goracke & Associates, P.C., is a locally owned and operated full-service CPA firm licensed in Nebraska with offices in La Vista. The firm’s mission is to create rewarding experiences and long-lasting friendships by exceeding expectations, so clients can expect a high degree of both personal service and expertise.
 
The firm’s reputation for providing quality service reflects the high standards its associates demand of themselves. Responsive service and specialized staff also differentiate Goracke & Associates from its competition. The firm’s services for individuals, business owners and executives encompass every aspect of financial life, and the staff of Goracke & Associates are experienced in all matters of accounting and taxation, IRS problem resolution, estates and trusts, business formation, financial planning and investment, real estate and business sales, and many other areas.
 
Through hard work, Goracke & Associates has earned the respect of the business and financial communities, illustrating diverse talents, dedication and ability to respond quickly.
 
For more information, or to find out how to receive a free initial consultation to determine how Goracke & Associates can best serve you or your business, visit goracke.com or contact 402-330-1200 or info@goracke.com.
 
Member Spotlight: InfoGroup

8/19/2016 2:59:25 PM UTC

   Every business, place, and transaction generates data that can assist in targeting, trending, and opportunity analysis. At Infogroup we help source, refine, match, append, filter, and deliver the best quality data every day; and our expertise in extracting models and analytical insights from this data enables us to drive revenue for our customers.
   We are excited to help lead the shift to Big Data as a core part of multichannel marketing. 
Think of us as your sales, marketing, and advertising partner that offers the highest quality business and consumer data, and marketing services (like email and direct mail campaigns, search engine marketing, and more) that turn that data into new customers for your business. For more information about Infogroup please visit www.infogroup.com.
Member Spotlight: Scout: Dry Goods & Trade

8/18/2016 7:47:19 PM UTC

Dundee retailer Scout: Dry Goods & Trade has been perfecting the art of “buy, sell and trade” since 2008, owner Kelly Newell says, and the business just expanded this summer from its original space at 5019 Underwood Avenue-now known as Original Scout-right across the street to New Scout at 5018 Underwood Avenue.
 
“It still feels like Scout, but a little different,” Newell says. It’s been a year of growth for the company, which also began selling merchandise in Lincoln earlier this year through Home & Closet Vintage at 33rd and B Streets.
 
Scout buys modern and vintage men’s and women’s clothes and accessories from sellers in the community. “We are similar to consignment except we are technically ‘re-sale’; that just means we buy items outright from customers,” Newell explains, adding that sellers receive store credit or cash for their items before they leave “without the hassle of having to wait for the items to sell.” For buyers, all items are pre-screened for quality and season-appropriate merchandise is on display. 

Not only does the practice of re-sale keep great clothing and accessories in circulation, Scout’s business model includes a commitment to environmental awareness and reusing and reducing materials whenever possible: cow-feed buckets for seating, rescued paint for interior walls, even flooring and counter surfaces created with scrap lumber. Scout is a BYOB shop (bring your own bag).
 
Two locations makes possible not only a greater volume of goods, but also creates the potential for the addition of new merchandise categories like home accents and decor in the future, Newell says.
 
Scout is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, visit ilovescout.com or follow Scout on Instagram or Facebook.
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