In a collaborative effort to support local cultural initiatives, Marshfield Insurance proudly announce the donation of a color copier to the Clark Cultural Arts Center (CART) in Neillsville. The donation was done in partnership with Bauernfeind Business Technologies (BBT).
The Konica Minolta bizhub C368 is a state-of-the-art multifunctional printer that combines cutting-edge technology with eco-friendly features, making it an ideal addition to CART’s operational resources.
The MFP was part of Marshfield Insurance’s fleet, but was no longer needed. The timing couldn’t be better as CART’s previous device was ready to retire. It also coincides with Marshfield Insurance opening their new branch at 113 W. Division St., Neillsville.
“We’ve always supported the communities we serve and we love the arts,” said Nick Arnoldy, CEO of Marshfield Insurance. “We hope this donation will help further CART’s cause.”
“The donation of the copier is of huge benefit to CART and its ability to get the word out on all the community events planned throughout the year. This gift enables us to reach so many more people with print and further helps us communicate our mission–promoting and contributing to the personal, economic, and community development through education, exhibitions, advocacy and the expressions of Art in Clark County,” said Chris Keller of CART. “It’s invaluable to us to have such a great partnership with your company and Marshfield Insurance to make this possible.”