Nebraska Pasture Door and Borders Law receive GROW Awards

GROW Awards were given to two Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce members on Friday morning. Chamber GROW Awards are given to businesses that expand or enhance their services, staff, or location to serve their customers.

Nebraska Pasture Door has retail items up front. In back is the equipment used for custom orders for businesses, groups, and individuals.

Nebraska Pasture Door received their GROW Award because of a recent move from Merna to a new location on the west side of the square in Broken Bow. Owner Cynthia Huhman purchased Deb’s Embroidery just over a year ago and moved the business and equipment to Merna.

Huhman told KCNI/KBBN on the Breakfast Show on Friday morning that she was excited when a location in Broken Bow became available, let alone on the square. She thanked her family for all of their help during the move, from organizing to heavy lifting.

Nebraska Pasture Door embroiders apparel for businesses, groups, schools, and individuals. Jackets, shirts, stocking hats, caps, and more can be embroidered by a large machine that sits in the back of the storefront. Huhman also showed those in attendance a new Brother machine that she said helps with the overflow jobs in a great way.

Borders Law’s new location is on South 10th Avenue in Broken Bow

The second GROW Award presentation of the morning was for Borders Law, another chamber business awarded for their new business location. Attorney Mike Borders told those in attendance that they completed their move from South D Street in Broken Bow to South 10th Avenue in December of 2021. Another recent change at Borders Law was the addition of central Nebraska native attorney Matt Furrow.

Mike Borders has practiced law in Broken Bow since 1996. He stated that he has practiced law in Broken Bow since 1996, calling several locations the home of his business before moving to the newest location on South 10th Avenue. Borders said that he and his staff love the floor space of the new location, which has a large reception area, plenty of storage, multiple conference rooms, a basement, and even space that he’s not sure what to do with yet.

Congratulations to these two Broken Bow Chamber members who have expanded and enhanced their businesses to serve the community.