The Tipping Point: Overcoming Hickory’s Community Challenges
Posted by Scott Broome on March 21, 2016 | What do you get when you bring together a YMCA CEO, a school Superintendent, county leaders in Public Health, Human Resources, and Economic Development, a city Communication and Marketing Director, and a local church Senior Pastor, with local leaders in business and experts in leadership and well-being? When these people come to the table, the […]
Gone Golfing: Volunteering to Support the Humane Society
Posted by Chelsea England on September 11, 2015 | For the past two years, we have had the privilege of volunteering our time and donations to the Humane Society of Catawba County. A few weeks ago, however, we were able to volunteer at the 14th Annual Bud Lofland Golf Classic at Rock Barn Golf & Spa. This was an experience with the Humane Society […]
Making An Impact: Celebrating Staff and Partners of Inspiration
Posted by Laura Thomas on September 4, 2015 | “What makes a company great is its people” is an adage that we at Broome Associates have the honor of knowing firsthand. Our staff makes us proud by continually contributing to efforts that strengthen those in our community and climbing to new heights in professional designations. Last week, our “Staff of Inspiration” Facebook posts highlighted a […]
Acts of Encouragement: Secret Encourager Week
Posted by Nicole Hopper on July 1, 2015 | Have you ever heard the saying, “a little bit can go a long way”? As part of the Good Vibes Committee at Broome Associates, we believe encouraging one another is the best way to have fun and make memories to strengthen our team. Our Secret Encourager week was one I will never forget! We each […]
A Summer Office Celebration: Luau Luncheon and Office Games
Posted by Broome Associates on June 23, 2015 | Since we tend to daydream of spending a day at the beach around this time of year, why not take a mini vacation for lunch? On Thursday, June 4th, we had our quarterly cookout luncheon to enjoy each other’s company and cooking. Always going one step beyond, Our Good Vibes committee made sure this was no ordinary cookout. We celebrated with a luau, complete with an […]
Reaching 65: What Do You Need To Know About Medicare?
Posted by Sonya Blair on May 14, 2015 | Are you or is someone you know reaching the “wonder years” of Medicare eligibility in 2015? You may run into a variety of questions: Do you understand the “Initial Enrollment Period” and what the requirements are? Do you know you have to initiate enrollment with Medicare and how that is accomplished? Knowing the answers to […]
Protecting Your Rides: Are You Fully Covered?
Posted by Nicole Hopper on May 12, 2015 | As the weather warms up and the sun starts the shine, most of us typically have one thing in mind: enjoying every minute of it. How do you spend your spring and summer months outside? Do you own a motorcycle, or an antique or customized vehicle? Often, the excitement of enjoying our “toys” keeps us […]
Can You Feel The Good Vibrations?
Posted by Holly Kondas on April 7, 2015 | Have you ever had one of “those days” at your workplace? You know the days when you just want to do your work and go home. In every office there are stressful days and obstacles to overcome. Our goal at Broome Associates and the mission of our Good Vibes Committee is to take those challenging […]
Broome Associates Receives Gold WellBusiness Award
Posted by Laura Thomas on March 17, 2015 | We are celebrating our recent Gold level WellBusiness designation with the Catawba County Cancer Task Force. On Thursday, March 12th, Andrew Kaiser accepted this award for Broome Associates that honored our office as an agency dedicated to cancer-preventative policies and wellness programs for their workplace. The coalition celebrates excellent workplace cultures where healthcare is a priority, with […]
My Vision for Catawba County
Posted by Robert Broome, Jr. on February 23, 2015 | These are my personal thoughts for the vision of our Broome Team and how it integrates with my vision for the Catawba County area and beyond. This was part of my speech at the recent Catawba County Chamber of Commerce annual meeting held Wed. February 18th at the Hickory Convention Center. Being active on the […]