Thank you to SERVPRO of Quincy for hosting the first Business After Hours of the Year on Jan. 10! Known for their catchphrase, “Like it never even happened,” SERVPRO also does carpet cleaning even if there hasn’t been a disaster! For more information, call (217) 223-2993 or click here to visit their website.
SERVPRO of Quincy
First Bankers Trust Company
Thank you to First Bankers Trust Company, NA for hosting our Business After Hours on Dec. 13! First Bankers Trustshares, Inc. is a bank holding company incorporated on Aug. 25, 1988 and is headquartered in Quincy. First Bankers Trust Company, N. A., a subsidiary of First Bankers Trustshares, Inc., is a commercial bank employing approximately 200 full and part time associates that primarily serve the communities of Quincy, Mendon, Carthage, Rushville, Macomb and Springfield, Illinois; and have market presence in adjacent counties in Illinois and Missouri. For more information, click here to visit their website.
State Street Bank
Thank you, State Street Bank, for hosting the Nov. 8 Business After Hours at your 801 State Street branch in The District! Founded in 1890 in the heart of Illinois’ Gem City, SSB is Quincy’s oldest community bank. Since those first days in the late 1800s, their focus remains the same — to serve Quincy and the surrounding communities. With their rich heritage of banking, they continue to give their customers a place they can trust to receive loans, invest funds and keep their money safe. For more information, click here to visit their website.
Thank you, Community Foundation Serving West Central Illinois & Northeast Missouri, for hosting the Business After Hours on Oct. 11! Community Foundation builds charitable funds that support community needs and opportunities. The funds, mostly permanent endowments, ensure there is support for good, forever, for our region. For more information, call (217) 222-1237 or click here to visit their website.
The Sept. 6 Business After Hours was a special event at Doors N More, Inc. Doors-N-More announced the winner of their Operation Renovation promotion: Vietnam Veteran Larry Perrine! The $10,000 prize includes labor and supplies by Doors-N-More. Thank you to all who attended!
Created for Motion
Thank you to Created For Motion for hosting the Business After Hours on Aug. 9! Created for Motion was started in 2015 to provide a healthcare experience that helps prevent injury and improve function. Created For Motion maximizes human performance in sports, work, and all activities in life. They are located at 105 N. 36th St. in Quincy. For more information, click here to visit their website.
Knapheide Truck Equipment Company
Thank you to the staff of Liberty Bank for hosting a wonderful Business After Hours on June 14! Liberty Bank is well-known for their patriotism, so it was fitting that the event was held on Flag Day. They also held a ribbon cutting ceremony before the After Hours commemorating their name change. Cheryl Liggett of Adecco won the laptop they gave away, and Maria Eckert of First Bankers Trust Company won the $150 in Chamber cash! For more information about Liberty Bank, click here.
Quincy Hospitality House
Thank you to Quincy Hospitality House Coordinator Becky Albert, Board of Directors, and volunteers for a lovely Business After Hours on May 10! The Quincy Hospitality House provides affordable temporary lodging for patients receiving health care in Quincy and their loved ones. Guests must be patients or visitors/caregivers of a patient currently seeking medical care in the Quincy area. Medical care includes hospitalization, testing or procedures, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hospice care, and dialysis. Quincy Hospitality House has been part of the community for 20 years and is a nonprofit organization affiliated with Blessing Health System. For more information, click here.
Thank you to the staff at Mercantile Bank for an amazing Business After Hours on April 12! Mercantile Bank was founded in Quincy in 1906. Today, Mercantile continues the tradition established a century ago of serving and supporting the financial needs of individuals, families, businesses and organizations in and around the communities they serve. For more information on how they can serve you, click here for their website.