Bauernfeind Business Technologies donates printer to Clark Cultural Art Center
For Hub City Times
NEILLSVILLE — Bauernfeind Business Technologies Inc. announced on July 21 that it was donating a color multifunctional printer to the Clark Cultural Art Center (CART). The donation of the Konica Minolta bizhub C220, valued at over $3,000, will significantly improve the nonprofit organization’s office efficiency.
The printer will be used to print posters, brochures, class materials, and other items to further CART’s mission, according to Linda Garret-Holets, director of CART. CART staff will also be able to use the device to fax and scan documents.
“This is something I’ve hoped to do since the first time I met Linda and other volunteers at CART,” said Paul Knoff of Bauernfeind Business Technologies. “I’ve attended several events at CART, and I’m so excited that we have an organization of inspired people working to highlight the arts in this area.”
“We always stress the importance of giving back to the communities that we serve,” explained Thomas Bauernfeind, company president. “We are excited to support the Clark Cultural Art Center.”
CART, established in 2016, is committed to “promoting and contributing to the personal, economic, and community development through education, exhibitions, advocacy, and the expressions of art.”