Welcome to the May 24, 2019 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

Spin Linen Management expands operational capabilities
by Richard D. Brown
Omaha-based Spin Linen Management, a woman-owned commercial laundry firm with revenues almost equally divided between the hospitality and health care sectors, is growing geographically with an expansion earlier this year into Kearney and a planned opening in June of operations in Des Moines.
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Central Body Company grows with Gretna, Council Bluffs expansion
by Michelle Leach
With a niche in RVs and oversized vehicles, and traction among the likes of horse trailer-owners, Central Body Company has grown from an 11-member team to 26 employees in the past three years, and business is such that President Matt Sain anticipates reaching the 30-employee mark by 2020.
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Made New Makerspace engaging community to help youth gain skills
by Savannah Behrends
When Jim Clements quit his job a year ago and withdrew all his 401(k) and savings to found a nonprofit dedicated to helping at-risk youth develop soft skills, he did so knowing it was a risk worth taking.
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Newly established Graley’s Creamery & Confections serves up ice cream with a historic twist
by Gabby Christensen
Ice cream lovers are in for a historic treat when visiting the newly opened Papillion-based ice cream parlor, Graley’s Creamery & Confections, which serves up super-premium, all natural, homemade ice cream, pies and confections all within a unique Victorian-style shop.

Lindsay Corp.’s Charling brings high tech thinking to the farm
by Dwain Hebda
To say Kurtis Charling came from humble technological beginnings is an understatement. He would grow up to become a technology thought leader for one of the leading irrigation companies, but didn’t get much of a head start on his career.


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Briefs in this week's issue

First Savings Bank names Wedergren to Omaha market president position

Mutual of Omaha names Malmos VP

NAI NP Dodge adds Estivo

Cline Williams names Tettenborn, Oldenburg to partners, adds Bump

Access Bank selects Ridgeway for EVP, chief lending officer position

Hightower Reff adds attorneys Wrighton, Johnson to law firm

Chief Industries selects Catlett

HGM Associates Inc. selects Pritchard, Heywood for team

Cushman & Wakefield/The Lund Co. selects Denker for sales team


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