In addition to being a platinum sponsor for this years Ride Cincinnati event, our peloton riding team also raised an additional $4,250 for life-saving cancer research and care pedaling 25 miles to the finish line! #RideCincinnati #BSIgives
Our employee Will Eberle is not only a piping designer extraordinaire, he is also a talented musician and will be performing at the Knotty Pine with “Just This Once” at noon this Sunday for Autism Rocks, benefiting the Ken Anderson Alliance Cincinnati. BSI loves supporting nonprofits that our employees volunteer with and are passionate about so we are […]
One of our favorite annual traditions is to spread cheer each holiday season through a giving tree, which provides gifts to local underprivileged children to make the season a little bit brighter! #BSIgives
We’re so proud to be the Diamond sponsor of the Sycamore Community Schools Robotics team that is mentored by our very own Rob Smith, P.E. They won the Motivate and Inspire awards over the weekend at the Ohio FTC Newark Qualifier and are advancing to the Ohio state Championships in March! #Mentoring #FutureEngineers
One of our favorite traditions is to spread Christmas cheer each holiday season through a Giving Tree, which provides gifts to local underprivileged children to make the season a little bit brighter! #GivingTree #BSIgives
Thank you to Dr. Syed Ahmad, MD for giving such an inspiring and informative speech today about the major strides that our annual grant has contributed to in pancreatic cancer research, which is currently the 3rd leading cause of cancer death. BSI has been in partnership with UC Health since 2012 in support of this cause […]
Over the weekend our employees accepted the challenge to climb to the top of Carew Tower and raised over $1,700 for the American Lung Association! We climbed 45 floors in honor of one of BSI’s own, Tonya Manley, who bravely fought lung cancer until succumbing to it in 2016. Thanks to Derek Seymour for heading […]
One of our favorite things is to spread Christmas cheer each holiday season through our tradition of a Giving Tree, which provides specific necessities and Christmas gifts to needy local children and their families.
A group of our employees prepared and served a meal at Ronald McDonald House Charities for critically ill children and their families. Great work Dan Prickel, Derek Seymour, Lori Guban, Robert Marples, Carol, Mike, Barbara, & Sam!