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Weekly business briefing (March 21)

  • Published Thursday, March 21, 2013, at 6:59 a.m.
  • Updated Thursday, March 21, 2013, at 7:07 a.m.

Moved

Burly Studios has moved into a 1,386-square-foot studio in the Finn Lofts at 430 S. Commerce. El Dorado Architects and Shelter Salon have also signed leases at the building for 1,134 square feet and 1,485 square feet, respectively, according to Nathan Farha of NAI Martens. Burly Studios, a motion graphics firm, can be reached at 316-201-4649.

Charity

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation distributed $615,902.73 during 2012 to 226 nonprofit organizations in Kansas.

Recognized

Hall’s Culligan in Wichita has received the Award for Superior Performance in Market Penetration and Growth. The award was presented at the annual Culligan International Dealer Convention in Phoenix.

The Wichita Merry Maids office recently received the Branch of the Year Award, becoming the first branch to earn the recognition two years in a row.

UniFirst’s industrial laundry facility in Wichita has been awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification for the quality management systems it has in place for the cleaning and servicing of its customers’ work apparel.

Lipper, a provider of mutual fund information, analytical tools and commentary, has given Commerce Bank’s Commerce Investment Advisors its highest rating in the Best Fixed Income Small Fund Group.

Rose Hill Bank has earned a Five-Star Superior rating from bank ratings firm BauerFinancial for the quarter ending Dec. 31.

Jim and Arlene Phillips’ Kitchen Tune-Up of Wichita received the Project of the Month Award for January from the national franchise.

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