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A tornado is near your business – what to do?

We’re heading into tornado season, which means employees need to be prepared on the protocols in case one hits near your business.

Already, a serious tornado damaged 70 buildings in March in the Vernon area,

Ed Rehmann & Sons named Centennial Retailer

Chesaning’s landmark business one of Carhartt’s oldest accounts

One hundred years ago, Ed Rehmann and wife, Eva, began a clothing business in downtown Chesaning, a small,

Budgeting via tax increases and legislative round up

Whitmer’s first budget is a tax and shift plan

On Tuesday, Gov. Whitmer released her first state budget, a $60 billion plan that adds nearly $4 billion in new funding.

MRA sales reps get national CPP certification

Two MRA employees have earned a prestigious national designation that recognizes professionalism and expertise in the increasingly complex arena of credit card processing and other electronic payments systems.

Chris Smith,

Should your credit card terminal be on a deserted data island?

By John Mayleben

Wall or no wall? That is the question.

Current politics aside, should your credit card terminal have a wall around it or not?

March is Ladder Safety Month: Are your employees properly trained?

One of the most common workplace accidents involves ladder-related injuries. In the United States, over 500,000 people experience ladder-related injuries each year at work or home, and more than 300 people die from such injuries.

Sen. Mike Shirkey is MRA’s 2018 Legislator of the Year

By AMY DRUMM

State Senator Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake) is in his second and final term in the Michigan Senate, where he was recently elected Senate Majority Leader by his Republican colleagues for the next four years.