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PASTA WITH A PURPOSE UPDATE 4/1/16
FAC and Casio's would like to thank everyone who made it to the "Pasta with a Purpose" benefit on Sunday March 20th. For those who donated, volunteered and simply showed up your support made the difference. The benefit directly raised $17,503 plus a great deal of monetary contributions to "The Edwards Kid Fund" at First Nebraska Educators. The generous support of everyone involved made it possible to raise this amazing amount for the families of our heroes, Jason and John Edwards.
Thank you again or all your support and prayers. FAC
It's Official, after 13 years we have run out of space.
Omaha, NE, November 09, 2015 -- Forms Associates, Inc dba FAC announces
today that we are moving our office and production to a new facility. Construction and remodel
are almost complete. Moving begins in the next few weeks and we will be fully transitioned by
the middle of December. Don't worry we are not moving far, just up the block. Our new address
is 6998 S. 108th St., LaVista NE 68128.
Larry Tarr announces retirement
Larry E. Tarr Recognized for Distinguished Career.
Forms Associates, Inc. dba FAC Announces Retirement of Founder
Omaha, NE, May 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Forms Associates, Inc dba FAC announced
today that Larry E. Tarr CEO and founder will retire, effective today, May
22, 2014, from Forms Associates, Inc. after a distinguished career in the
print communications industry, including the founding of Forms Associates,
Inc. 33 years ago. con't reading