LB 840's First Recipient Cuts Ribbon on Expansion
NORFOLK- The first recipient of funds from an economic development program held a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday. Premier Senior Marketing, an insurance wholesaler, was the first business to receive funds from Norfolk's LB 840 economic development program. The company renovated the old SunMart Grocery in order to expand. Currently Premier Senior Marketing has 77 employees at the new location and Co-owner Tom Schueth said they have postings for five new jobs at this time. Schueth said with the expansion, they could grow up to 130 employees at this larger location. Premier Senior Marketing has offices in 3 states including Nebraska and handles business nationwide. The company specializes in a variety of wholesale insurance products with emphasis in the senior citizen market. A ribbon cutting ceremony was also held for Java Pointe, a coffee shop owned by Pat Moore that opened November 12th. Java Pointe is located in front of Premier Senior Marketing on the southeast corner of Riverside Boulevard and Benjamin Avenue.