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Published by Do it Best Corp., 2019-12-02 10:36:57

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The Big DONation Julia gets ready Twice the impact
yields big results to help for Toys for Tots



BUILDING A FOUNDATION OF GOOD


At Do it Best, we have a proud history of supporting “Health and wellness and youth enrichment are pretty
community organizations and not-for-profit agencies that obvious - think about the work we historically do
are committed to serving the needs of others. To continue helping those with organizations like Parkview and Big Brothers Big
who can make the biggest impact, we launched the Do it Best Foundation. Sisters,” says VP of Marketing Rich Lynch. “The arts
Through the foundation we will be able to provide grants that align with and the community are important in a broader sense as
our company philosophy and support causes in four key areas: health and we look to improve our communities and make them
wellness, youth enrichment, the arts, and the community. desirable places to live, work, and
play.”
The Do it Best Foundation is created
to support grant requests from
qualifying 501c(3) organizations, and
the foundation’s grant evaluation
committee will review and respond
to all requests. The committee will
consist of a rotating group of team
members from throughout the
company.
“With one central place to request and
distribute funds we will be able to help
our communities more than ever before,”
notes Rich. “If we can help a group in
Waco, that’s a great result. If we can give
to a cause in Lexington, that’s awesome.
It’s all about making a positive impact in
the areas where we live, work, and play.”
To learn more about the foundation, go to
doitbestfoundation.org.

























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INSURANCE TIPS YOUR SECOND PAYCHECK:
ACCESS RETIREMENT PLANNING
FROM INSURANCE COORDINATOR
APRIL PFEIFFER INFO ON WORKBENCH
All your retirement planning information is in one convenient
CASH IN ON HEALTH place. You can access the Fidelity netbenefits website, view the
retirement planning brochure, update your Fidelity beneficiary
Be sure to submit your health club reimbursements for form, and participate in on-demand educational sessions all
2019 no later than December 31. Also watch for your new from Workbench. Just look under the Information pull down
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birthdays and anniversaries health and safety career opportunities tab and select Retirement Information. career opportunities
health and safety
insurance card in the mail. You will want to make sure your
health care providers have a copy of your new card so there
are no interruptions in billing. When you get your new card,
please discard all old cards to avoid confusion.

MONTGOMERY CELEBRATES THE BIG DONATION
MILESTONE ANNIVERSARY YIELDS BIG RESULTS


Our warehouse teams are a vital part of our operations and
meeting our goal of helping our members grow and achieve
their dreams. Twenty years ago, we opened the Montgomery
warehouse and team members gathered to celebrate two
decades of success. Executive VP of Operations Steve
Markley and VP of Logistics Tim Miller were both present to
congratulate the team on 20 great years. “It was a jubilant event
and Steve and I had the privilege to attend,” said Tim. “Twenty
years of serving our members and helping the company grow is
a great accomplishment. Thank you, everyone!”







As a way to honor President Emeritus Don Wolf’s commitment
to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana, we launched The
Big DONation on his 90th birthday. We committed to matching
all donations up to $90,000, and in total the campaign brought in
$223,938 in new pledges for the organization.

“I’m blown away by the generosity of our community,” said
Josette Rider, CEO of BBBS of Northeast Indiana. “Do it Best not
only encouraged us to launch this initiative, you contributed to
the cause. With your challenge grant and the support of so many
others, we are better equipped today to grow our mission.”
While Don unfortunately passed away on September 11 before
the conclusion of the fund drive, he was an early contributor
and regularly kept updated on its progress. With the new funds,
BBBS plans to focus on matching more youth with mentors while
supporting those who have graduated from other BBBS programs
The team presented Tim and Steve with a plaque to mark the occasion. with additional job training, coaching, and college support.


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Outbound Member Services Merchandise Manager Nicole On November 17, LBM
Coordinator Shonda O'Brien Green and her husband Account Executive Liz
To celebrate her marriage to her fiancé Colby on November welcomed her grandson Cameron welcomed their baby Schlichter and her husband
16, team members threw Switchboard Operator Taren Holland Abbott into the girl Genevieve Marie to the John met their newborn son
Eddy a party. world on October 14. world on November 1. Cannon Thomas.





























To recognize Rental Marketing Clerk Amy
Coworkers reminded National Logistics Manager Steve Walker's milestone 50th birthday, team
Rose of his milestone 40th birthday and helped him IT celebrated Aaron Diers’ 40th birthday on members decorated her space and provided
celebrate on November 18. November 5. tasty refreshments.

FAB FIVE SAYS FAREWELL


The Waco warehouse held an evening
retirement reception for Marcia Gregory,
Bobby Mitchell, Paul Muras, Jim Stapp, and Larry
Walker. In total, they represented 154 years of service and
dedication to our members and were the largest group to
retire at one time from Waco. VP of Logistics Tim Miller
was in attendance to celebrate with everyone. Each of the
five retirees spoke to the staff about the friendships they
have made and how the unmatched benefits and culture Larry, Marcia, Paul, Bobby, Tim, Jim, and Brent Watts pose for a pic at the retirement
celebration.
enabled them to look forward to long, happy lives.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES As Do it Best Corp. continues to grow, there may be career opportunities
for you to pursue within the company. Visit doitbestcareers.com for a
AT DO IT BEST CORP. complete list of all openings and contact the Human Resources team if
you’re qualified for and interested in a new role.



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TIMES ARE CHANGIN' birthdays and anniversaries WELCOMING YOUR FAMILY TO OURS family news access
FOR TERESA Do it Best is proud of the quality team of servant leaders
we have assembled throughout the company. And we
Teresa Dieringer retired on know the best team gets even better when we involve you in the
November 21 after 18 years of recruiting process.
service. She started her career at Based on staff feedback, we’re pleased to announce adjustments to our
Do it Best in the order department employment of relatives policy. Effective immediately, family members of
and then moved to ecommerce current staff are eligible to apply to be part of our dynamic team (some
where she spent 13 years as a exclusions apply). Go to
customer service representative. Workbench to read about
In this new chapter of her life, our updated hiring policy
Teresa looks forward to spending and be sure to recommend
time at home with her husband candidates for our
who is also retiring soon. They are open positions. You may
excited to complete several home even be eligible to earn a
DIY projects together. referral bonus!



ABOVE AND BEYOND: GEARING UP FOR GREATNESS IN GUATEMALA


Sales Division Executive Assistant Julia Monterroso has a special place in her heart for the people of Guatemala. She lived there
for over a year doing missions work, and it’s the country her husband Aldo calls home. A few visits back, Julia was inspired to
do something big to help the local school Aldo attended as a child. She was able to hand deliver school supplies to the students, but Julia
still wanted to do more.
On their most recent trip, Julia returned to the school and talked to the director about what she could do to help. “I was ready to build the
kids a playground, but I learned that their bathroom is in dire need of repair,” said Julia. “The school tries to maintain it but sometimes funds
don’t go far enough. On top of that, they don’t provide things like toilet paper, and if they do it runs out quickly.”
The list of needs for the bathroom is long. It needs paint, patches for holes in the roof,
and theft proof cages for the light bulbs that often disappear. Additionally, the wash
area needs tidying up and amenities like soap dispensers.
Julia plans to start small with simpler tasks and give students the opportunity to make
a little money for a half day’s work cleaning the area. Over the long term, she would
like to educate the children on how to take care of their bathroom and set up a plan
for keeping the facility stocked with essentials. “It’s not as flashy as a playground, but
I think it could make a big impact and I hope to start implementing some of my ideas
by December of 2020,” said Julia.



SARAH CELEBRATES FELLOWS Communications Intern Sarah Lewis recently graduated from the
Greater Fort Wayne (GFW) Fellows internship program. The GFW Fellows
GRADUATION program is a 12-week project-based internship designed to attract and
retain talented young people in Fort Wayne.
Being chosen for the program was no easy task. After submitting a
resume, cover letter, letter of recommendation, maintaining a 3.0 or
better GPA, and nailing several interviews, Sarah joined an elite group of
college students for the 2019 class of GFW Fellows. These participants
from Indiana and surrounding areas all lived together in Purdue Fort
Wayne campus housing provided through the program.
Part of the program included placement in an internship, which brought
Sarah to Do it Best. Assigned to work in Communications, she helped
Sarah (far left) stands with the other Fellows at their graduation banquet. on numerous projects including the planning and execution for The
Big DONation campaign. “This is the third year our department has
welcomed an intern from the Fellows program, and each time it’s been a great experience,” said Communications Director Randy Rusk.
“Sarah was ready to tackle any project we threw her way and everyone appreciated having her as part of our team.”


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THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF UNITED WAY Welcome
The services provided each year by United Way are invaluable to the betterment of to the
our communities, which is why Do it Best was fully engaged in this year’s campaign,
Best Place to Live, Work, & Play. At press time, our team was closing in on reaching our goal
towards strengthening communities all across the United States. Family
Fundraising efforts included games, events, and raffles, but none of it would have been possible
without the giving spirit of each Do it Best staff member. As serious as fundraising can be, team
members from our eight warehouses and Burnsville embraced the campaign as an opportunity
to have fun while giving back. This year, Mesquite earned the coveted Spirit of Giving award for Dixon
raising $20,003.
Trent Brinkmeier
We extend our appreciation to the United Way representatives for their hospitality, and to everyone Jesse Floto
who took part in the planning and execution of another great campaign. Thanks to everyone who Paige Mitchem
made a pledge to give their best in their community.
Paige Parvin
Team Fort Wayne
members in Melissa Alfeld
Waco donated Cal Bada
supplies and
helped rake Amber Baumgartner
leaves for Kindra Blackburn
senior citizens Victor Caballero
as part of their Brett Carpenter
United Way
campaign. Kendall Cooper
Robby Ehlerding
Taura King
Joel Moore
Mike Morris
PROUD PARENTS: TWINS TAKE ACTION FOR TOTS Medina
Kenny Johnston
Inboard Transportation Clerk Amy Sommer’s twin daughters decided to give instead
of receive for their birthdays. To celebrate turning 11, Lexy and Liz had a party at the Montgomery
Roller Dome and asked their friends to bring donations for Toys for Tots instead of gifts. “The girls Nkosi Callender
each wanted to invite everyone from their classes at school,” said Amy. “Between the two of them
that meant inviting 45 kids. I knew we didn’t need that many presents so I suggested that we ask Calvin Eustache
for donations.” Lexy and Liz’s friends really came through - some of them brought more than one Daniel Hutting
toy for the drive. Jordan Mikel
They were able to drop off the Tiffaney Rodriguez
toys they collected at the Toys Lashon Smith
for Tots warehouse, and take
a tour of the facility to learn Woodburn
about the families the program Lorenzo Alvarez
helps. “I think going to drop Deleysmi Ambrocio Jimenez
off the toys and seeing where Osman Avila
everything happens really Jose Flores Nunez
helped the girls understand
how they were helping their Thomas Lentz
community,” remarked Amy. Gustabo Martinez
“I was very proud of them and Martinez Mateos
it was touching to hear on the Sergio Rios
tour about the kids who receive
the toys.” Anthony Ruvalcaba
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FORT WAYNE

To raise money to buy gifts for children
hospitalized over the holidays, the employee
board sold raffle tickets for the chance to
win wooden Christmas decorations made by
Kevin Riley. Jean Fahy won the Noel letters
and Stacey Stanton won the jolly penguin.
The raffle brought in a total of $356 for
Christmas families.



MESQUITE
























To honor their veterans, the team organized a Team members brought in side dishes, and the A group of team members helped decorate a
potluck lunch with enough entrées and side dishes employee board started cooking turkeys at 4 am so special Christmas tree to be auctioned off at the
for everyone. that everyone enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving meal. local fundraiser for the Mesquite Arts Council.



SIKESTON



















The team held their annual chili cookoff and dessert contest. There
were guest judges from the Sikeston Chamber of Commerce and
Bootheel United Way. In the chili showdown, Randy Myers placed
1st, followed by Becky Warner (2nd) and Mark Ponder (3rd). On Families enjoyed a beautiful fall afternoon at Beggs Family Farm.
the dessert side, Jo Glueck took 1st, Teressa Mayfield placed 2nd Over 300 staff, spouses, children, and grandchildren participated in
and Angie Mayo claimed 3rd. activities that included a corn maze, tractor ride, and pumpkin patch.



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For their Turkey Day
celebration, team
members enjoyed a buffet
complete with all the
festive trimmings leaving
them full and thankful for
the rest of the afternoon.








WOODBURN INFORMATION SECURITY:
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It was a spooky day at the warehouse during the
Halloween costume contest. Aaron “Mad Hatter”
Hartung was 1st. Margaret “Bloody Shirt” Kell placed
2nd, and Louie “Duck” Bain was 3rd. Mark “Gru”
Hester passed out candy to all staff.




























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