Community Involvement

May
8
2015

Shoe Dolls Take 2nd Place at the Eau Claire Marathon Relay

A team of Mason employees took part in the Eau Claire Marathon relay race this past Sunday.  The team was sponsored by Mason and consisted of Carrie Jones from Sourcing, Katie Smith and Holly Thorpe from Marketing,  and Adrienne Manydeeds from Merchandising.  This group of (fast) ladies took second place out of 75 teams!  Their […]

Author: Mason Companies, Inc.

Apr
28
2015

Mason Employees Clean Up the Community for Volunteer Month 2015

One of Mason Companies core values is Community. Employees at Mason were able to show their support for that value by getting involved in different community clean-up initiatives. In recognition of Volunteer Month and in cooperation with The Two Ten Foundation, Mason Companies encouraged employees to take part in one of two volunteer opportunities again […]

Author: Mason Companies, Inc.

Apr
22
2015

Figi’s Receives UWSP Corporate Partner of the Year Award

On April 17th, Figi’s was presented with the UWSP Corporate Partner of the Year award. Jim Krueger, President, was pleased to accept the award on behalf of Figi’s. The award recognizes Figi’s longstanding partnership with the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, and their support of the School of Business & Economics (SBE). “This award is […]

Author: Mason Companies, Inc.

Apr
14
2015

BA Mason Trust Pledges $100,000 to Confluence Project

Yesterday Mason Companies, Inc. announced that it would pledge a $100,000 donation to the Confluence Arts Project in Eau Claire through its philanthropic arm, the BA Mason Trust.  The Confluence Project is a collaboration between the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire (UWEC), the Eau Claire Regional Arts Council(ECRAC), and local private developers that will include a […]

Author: Mason Companies, Inc.

Dec
8
2014

25th Annual Bridge to Wonderland Parade

This past weekend was the 25th Annual Bridge to Wonderland Parade in downtown Chippewa Falls.  The weather this year was much nicer than last year, so the parade turnout was much larger – this year there were about 15,000 people in attendance watching the parade, which is 2,000 more people than the entire population of […]

Author: Mason Companies, Inc.
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