Kisling, Nestico & Redick: The True Pillar of a Society

Kisling, Nestico & Redick is a leading command, in injury law representation. Located in Akron, Ohio, with 11 offices in the city, it has been a real game-changer in the industry, comprising of over 30 legal attorneys with over four decades of experience under their belt.

Few come close to the services offered by Kisling, Nestico & Redick in injury law and with over 10,000 clients helped it is easy to see why.

The firm is involved in Philanthropic efforts that have been praised over the years and helped many. Below are but some of the notable efforts.

Drivers in Ohio are known to text and drive, and this contributes to a staggering 39% of fatal accidents on the road that is according to Ohio State Highway Patrol.

Concerned with the steady rise associated with texting and driving, Kisling, Nestico & Redick launched a campaign to create awareness and ensure safer roads through KNR Don’t text and drive scholarship.

One such beneficiary and proof that this program works is Elianna Norin, who won $5000 for having the best proposal that persuades people from texting while driving. She put this money into good use, paying for her graphic design tuition.

Such efforts have seen the rate of road accidents associated with texting while driving reduces by significant numbers over the years.

This annual event shows how Kisling, Nestico & Redick care about kids in society. Every year its attorney’s and staff embark on a shopping spree for kids, and they fully take care of the costs.

The big brothers and sisters of Central Ohio are also involved in this noble gesture.

Every year Kisling, Nestico & Redick takes on a program to feed children in schools through donating large stocks of food which are either given free or sold at subsidized rates to the children. These efforts go a long way in ensuring kids can learn without much distraction from things like hunger. Their main goal is to ensure a better society and a better world.

Read more about Kisling Nestico & Redick – https://www.knrlegal.com/blog/

Perry Mandera Gives back to Chicago

In 1975 a teenage Perry Mandera dropped out of high school and joined the Marines. He worked in logistics, helping coordinate transportation of troops and supplies. He left the Marines at the age of 25 with an honorable discharge and immediately began designing his own freight company, The Custom Companies, Inc. With his experience in transportation from his time serving his country he was able to lead The Custom Companies, Inc. into a prosperous position. The Custom Companies, Inc. ship internationally through its carious divisions, each specializing in a different area to better service their customers. With an annual revenue stream in excess of $200 million, The Custom Companies, Inc. can be said to be successful, leaving Perry Mandera a wealthy man.

Mandera has a strong belief system rooted in his Catholic faith and the values of teamwork and partnership he learned in the Marines. In addition to the values of teamwork and hard work, Mandera has brought a strong sense of charitable giving to the corporate culture. As Mandera is a philanthropist and charity organizer, he was led by example in instilling that value into his employees and his companies’ culture. The Custom Companies, Inc. even has its own charitable wing, Custom Cares Charities.

Custom Cares Charities deals with causes such as disaster relief and disability care. As for Perry Mandera, they not only help support the disabled, but also those who act as caretakers for the disabled. These caretakers are often relatives of the disabled person and often find themselves in need of additional help.

Perry Mandera is also active in other causes, many focused on his home town of Chicago. He donates to many crime prevention charities as well as veterans groups and law enforcement. One of Mandera’s causes is the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls, an organization that focuses on helping homeless youth in the Chicago area. It was founded in 1889 and is still a major source of assistance in the city for homeless youth thanks to the volunteers who work there and to donors who help keep the group operating in Chicago.

Find more about Mandera´s charity projects at https://www.dailyforexreport.com/perry-mandera-help-several-throughout-chicago/

Lincolnshire Management Divests Itself Of Holley

Lincolnshire Management has recently (October 2018) made public the sale of Holley Performance Products to a company affiliated to Sentinel Capital Partners. Lincolnshire Management held Holley for the last five years and experienced great success with the company during that period with revenues up 300% and earnings up 400% during that time period of ownership. The Sentinel Capital Partners affiliate merged Holley with another company (Driven Performance Brands) after the purchase from Lincolnshire Management.

Holley’s track record has been impeccable in the automotive aftermarket niche since 1903 with many recognizable brands in the industry. Brands such as: Diablosport, Quick Fuel Technologies, Earls, Mallory, Hays, Racepak, Weiand, NOS, Superchips, Edge, ACCEL, MSD, and Hooker headers. Holley has advertised Hooker headers on dragsters in NHRA events many times over the years and NOS has also had a big following in the retail sector.

Lincolnshire Management was founded in 1986 as a private equity firm in New York City. Lincolnshire Management has focused on controlling investments in the middle market sector of companies over the last 30 years with over 85 acquisitions made during their time in business. Lincolnshire Management’s reach is through a wide scope of different markets and sectors with different industries represented in their portfolio. Their current portfolio consists of: Allison Marine, Dalbo Holdings Inc, Desch Plantpak, Latite, Nursery Supplies Inc, and True Temper Sports.

Here is a small sample of companies that Lincolnshire Management has invested in over the years: Williams Machine and Tools, Wabash, Transcraft, SMI/NexCycle, Sight and Sound Distributing, Prince Sports, Polaris Pool Systems, Patterson Gear and Machine, PADI, National Pen, Linq Industrial Fabrics, Holley, Fabric Group, Excelsior Radio Networks/Triton Media, Cutters, Custom Alloy, Credentials Services International, Bankruptcy Management Solutions, Automatic Bar Controls, Amports, American Coach Lines, Alaska Clubs, Aerosim, and 3SI Security Systems.

See Lincolnshire Management portfolio http://www.lincolnshiremgmt.com/portfolio/

Philanthropy: Another Powerful Energy Source

Options, affordability, philanthropy. These may not be things you have associated with home energy service providers in the past, however, that is changing, and Stream Energy have been pioneers of that change since its’ founding in 2005. This past year Dallas and many areas in Texas was a prime example of the company’s corporate and individual philanthropy making a major difference in the lives of many who were affected last year by the devastating tornados and floods that ravaged Texas and surrounding areas, leaving many without homes and basic necessities. During this time Stream Energy sprang into action to help many Dallas residents who had endured so much.

Stream Energy has formed its own departmental arm within the company that focuses on philanthropic giving- “Stream Cares”. Formulating departments that focus on philanthropy is uncommon for most corporations, not to mention energy companies but Stream Energy isn’t your run-of -the-mill gas and electric company. They offer far more to their customers than energy resources and far more to the community at large during times of distress and need. Not only do they support their community monetarily, but the associates are hands-on and give of their time and energy.

In March 2018, Stream Energy was featured in an article on Patch.com where their philanthropic efforts in the Dallas area were showcased. One way that this innovative company helps the community is by supporting other organizations in the area such as the Salvation Army and an organization named Hope Supply Co., that provides resources for those who are homeless and their families. They also work with are veterans through “Operation Once in a Lifetime” which not only provided monetary assistance but also organizing events for them and their family members to have a meal and enjoy a special time of celebration together as a community.

Stream Energy is helping to set a new precedent for other energy companies who would only gain from following suit by providing so much more than energy services to the communities they serve.

http://www.innovationews.com/Stream-Energy-introduces-Budget-Power-Plan/