GreatAmerica Operations Near Full Capacity Despite 500-Year Flood
by Matt Doty on Monday, June 16, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Cedar Rapids, IA) GreatAmerica Leasing Corporation successfully activated its emergency action plan on Wednesday, June 12th in response to the 500-year flooding of downtown Cedar Rapids.
“We are continuing to operate and serve our customers with minimal interruption,” said GreatAmerica CEO Tony Golobic. “Our primary concern is for the safety and well-being of our employees and uninterrupted service to our customers.”
GreatAmerica has moved to pre-arranged emergency office space until their building becomes available. With each new day, GreatAmerica is getting closer to normal operating levels and will continue to expand its temporary accommodations to return to full capacity.
“Each day, GreatAmerica proves that its extraordinary and resilient people are rising to the occasion and proving that we are more than just a physical location,” Golobic said. “A disaster like this would have caused a serious blow to many organizations, but we are proving our mettle and winning the battle.”
GreatAmerica Leasing Corp is the largest independent small ticket leasing company in the U.S. Established in 1990, GreatAmerica provides funding and related services to businesses in the office equipment, healthcare, telecommunications, and retail markets.
Director, Corporate Communications