2022 Nuvera News
2021 Nuvera News
2020 Nuvera News
Nuvera was happy to host a dedication for the amazing mural painted by Greg Preslicka on our office building in Prior Lake! Our Sr. Director of Business Development, Mary Korthour, acknowledges the collaboration with the City and EDA.
Nuvera is proud to participate in the United Way Annual Campaign. Nuvera held campaign kickoff meetings and internal fundraisers in September 2019 with employees donating to support the wide variety of programs United Way offers in our communities.
Learn more about the Nuvera Gig Cities fiber expansion project.
Nuvera is proud of our employees that have pulled together and volunteered to help our communities. Employees have given their time, skills and money to help area citizens and organizations. Employees are encouraged to find other volunteer activities that fit their personal interests. There are several ways to lend a helping hand, and helping others has proven to be rewarding in return.
In September 2021, Nuvera employees were challenged to track their volunteer hours to win prizes. Many of our employees volunteer on a regular basis already. Pictured are (l-r) Nicole Ash and Sam Salonek during their regular volunteer hours at the Brown County Humane Society. Overall, Nuvera employees logged more than 173 hours during the month.
Thank you to our employees who helped clean our Adopt-a-Highway section on Highway 15! Nuvera has been proudly cleaning the same section since 2002. Small steps can lead to big changes.
Nuvera employees held internal fundraisers for local hospice programs in spring 2020. Employees participated in a holiday sweater contest, gift wrapping and auction. Pictured are Nuvera employees Chris Newman, Laura Hage and Connie Ryan presenting a check for $572 to Allina employees Missy Dreckman, Autumn Stueber and Dana Lopez.
Nuvera donated $1,325 to New Ulm Public Schools in February 2020, following its Cash for Classrooms promotion. During the promotion, new Internet and TV customers could choose a school within Nuvera’s service areas to which they would donate $25 for each service the customer signed up for (as well as receiving a $25 credit for themselves). As a result, Nuvera was able to donate $18,000 total to local schools. Pictured are (l-r): Julie Hull and Jeff Bertrang. New Ulm Public Schools; Jeff Seidl, Nuvera; and Michelle Miller, New Ulm Public Schools.