Business digest (Aug. 30)
Cable One partners with Arbor Day Foundation
Trees will be planted in Cable One markets and in national forests.
Customers who sign up to receive paperless billing at no charge will receive a monthly email with a secure link to their account, allowing them to view or download their bill.
For more information about Cable One paperless billing, visit www.cableone.net/paperless.
LaHaise Management marks 25 years in Fargo
LaHaise Management LLC, doing business as Buffalo Wild Wings, is celebrating its 25th anniversary of serving the Fargo-Moorhead communities.
The company started in 1989 by opening its first Subway restaurant in north Fargo. The company’s first Buffalo Wild Wings opened in 2000 in north Fargo and it has since opened restaurants in Grand Forks, Bismarck, Moorhead and Watertown, Brookings and Sioux Falls, all in South Dakota.
Todd LaHaise is president of the company and Susan LaHaise is vice president.
Nominees sought for family business award
The Prairie Family Business Association is seeking nominees for its annual Fargo-Moorhead Excellence in Family Business Award.
The winning business will be honored at the association’s North Dakota conference on Nov. 5. Past winners include Industrial Builders and Cole Papers.
The nomination deadline is Wednesday. Nomination forms are available at www.fambus.org or call (605) 782-3225.