For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD — Bauernfeind Business Technologies Inc. (BBT) recently donated a color multifunctional printer to the Marshfield Area United Way. The donation of the Konica Minolta bizhub C360, valued at over $4,000, will significantly improve the nonprofit organization’s office efficiency.
“We have worked with Bauernfeind Business Technologies for many years,” said Marshfield Area United Way Executive Director Paula Jero. “It was time to replace our end-of-life black and white copier, and Bauernfeind stepped up to the plate to help us.”
United Way staff will be able to print brochures and campaign information for a fraction of the cost of their current ink jet printer. “The color piece will help us immensely. The ink for the color copier we were using was very expensive,” Jero said.
BBT staff also configured the machine so the United Way will be able to fax, scan, and track printing volumes from different accounts.
BBT has been a fixture in the Marshfield community for six decades, and Jero said its strong community ties mean a lot to organizations like hers. “Absolutely, we really value local relationships. Our funds come from the local community and help support the local community,” she said.
“We always stress the importance of giving back to the communities that we serve,” said Thomas Bauernfeind, BBT president. “We are excited to continue our support of the Marshfield Area United Way.”