Chamber of Commerce Family Balloons in Threes

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce welcomed three new businesses into its family in a whirlwind afternoon Thursday.

The new Nebraska homeowners insurance agency branch, K Cleaning and Earl’s Autoglass all cut the red ribbon, planting business foot firmly in Broken Bow’s door.

The Nebraska Homeowners Insurance Agency joined the Broken Bow chamber on St. Patrick’s Day 2022, about four months ago. The agency has offices in Lincoln, Omaha, Albion and Callaway; the addition of a Broken Bow office is a boon to the city and businesses, as the full range of Nebraska landlord services becomes more readily available.

The company offers all kinds of insurance policies and coverage, including, according to new employee Tina Hurt, “Home, auto, life, health, farm, ranch, and crop options as well.”

The Nebraska Homeowners Insurance Agency will be open 5 days a week: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon Friday, and can be reached by phone at (308) 872-6996.

K Cleaning joined the Chamber of Commerce in June, barely a month ago. The impressive company is run by Kai Russell and has blossomed from a side gig to supplement full-time income to a full-fledged business with four employees in just one year.

Kai Russell, left of Senator Matt Williams, celebrates the opening of K Cleaning.

Russell has made a name for himself cleaning homes and businesses, but already has plans to expand. “We are looking to grow, to go further into many different types of cleaning. We’re looking for post-construction, smoke extraction, a bunch of other stuff.

Asked about the opening hours of her burgeoning business, the ambitious Russell replied with one word: “Yes”.

Earl’s Autoglass of Cozad is no stranger to doing business in Broken Bow, but is looking to become a new face in the neighborhood. After successfully operating their business for five years, the Earl couple plan to become a fixture in Broken Bow through Chamber membership, according to John. “We hope to do more business, develop in this area.”

Earl’s Autoglass of Cozad is looking to move into the neighborhood.

Senator Matt Williams was on hand to congratulate new House members in person, praising the community for its continued and sustained growth.

“Broken Bow is a community that continues to do well,” said the senator. “They find ways to grow. They are very active and aggressive in this regard, and this is just one example: today we can cut the ribbon for three different companies. Today is a great day for Custer County and Broken Bow.

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