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Bassford Remele continued its monthly “DEI Awareness Event” initiative that promotes awareness of diverse cultures and perspectives. The program highlights ways the firm can support the community through cultural awareness. In addition to discussing timely topics, food is catered through local minority-owned businesses.
Bassford DEI Team members Janine Loetscher, Madeline Gustafson, and Shannon Eckman led a firm luncheon and discussion about Pronouns As part of the Firm’s initiative to support diverse-owned businesses, attendees also enjoyed lunch from Wise Acre Eatery. Scott Endres and Dean Engelmann started Wise Acre 10 years ago with the mission of bringing farm fresh food to your table. Although a lot has changed over the last 10 years this mission has stayed consistent. Scott and Dean believe that one of the best ways we as humans can take care of ourselves is to put good food in our bodies. Food that is local, food that is grown with passion, and food you can trust. Wise Acre confidently says they provide you with that food because they grow it themselves and prepare it themselves.
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Bassford Remele | October 10, 2022
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