Business to Business Video
Every quarter, Rainbow Communications features area business and organizations in our Business to Business magazine, otherwise known as our “B2B” and the publication is distributed to area businesses within Northeast Kansas.
Nemaha County Cooperative & Mr. Tire
In April 2018, Rainbow Communications featured Nemaha County Co-Op in Seneca, KS. Nemaha County Co-op was established in 1936 and after 80 years in business, Nemaha County Co-Op has expanded to numerous locations across Northeast and North Central Kansas. In 2011, Mr. Tire Service Center open its doors offering oil changes, tire sales, batteries, and minor car repair. First you’ll hear from Bobby Martin, CEO of Nemaha County Co-op and later in the broadcast, you’ll hear from Clete Kramer, Service Center Manager about how he’s worked for Nemaha County Co-Op for many years.
BCDS & Morrill Public Library
In July 2018, Rainbow Communications featured BCDS (Brown County Developmental Services) in Hiawatha, KS. BCDS was 50 years ago and proceeds from the sales of the thrift shop assit people with intellectual disabilities. First you’ll hear from Linda Lock, BCDS Director and later in the broadcast, you’ll hear from Jessical Ezel, the Morrill Public Library Director about how she's moved "back to her roots" and some of the fun things happening at the Library.
Doniphan County & Mike Twombly, Harvest Video
In October 2018, Rainbow Communications featured Library District #1 Doniphan County, Girton LLL Transport, Grain Belt Insruance LLC, Doniphan West Schools, MCON LLC and Doniphan County Economic Development’s Director, Leah Johnson. Watch below to hear about the innovative ways Doniphan County Businesses are using Rainbow Fiber. Later in the broadcast, you’ll hear from Mike Twombly, COO of Harvest Video about how he's moved "back to his roots" and some of the new and exciting things happening at Harvest Video.