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Celebrate Twenty Years of Good Business
Date:9/16/2013

services the northwest Arkansas corridor and Harrison, Ark. Constantly improving services within their area, Corporate Business Systems continues its mission to be the most recognized name in the industry.

Growing in clients and employees, Corporate Business Systems now operates out of a 20,000 sq. ft. building, constructed in 2006. Only blocks from the former building on South Cavalier Avenue, this state-of-the-art facility is a testament to the hard work and accomplishments Corporate Business Systems has earned in the past 20 years. In addition to this newest building, the company has facilities located in Joplin, Mo., St. Robert, Mo., and northwest Arkansas. With four locations and a staff of 60 employees, the triumph of Corporate Business Systems' current status has exceeded even Quesenberry's expectations.

Staying in business 20 years did not come easily. It required the unrelenting efforts of Quesenberry as well as the support of employees and long-term clients. He demonstrates his gratitude by giving back to the community. Corporate Business Systems takes an active stance in helping the area's non-profit organizations and is currently partnered with United Way of the Ozarks, Developmental Center of the Ozarks, American Cancer Society, Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield and the American Red Cross: Greater Ozarks Chapter.

The company hopes to continue another 20 years of success by treating its clients with fairness, respect and unparalleled customer service. Quesenberry is grateful for all the people who have helped him foster his vision from a small office in the Southern Hills Shopping Center to the office solutions empire he manages today.

This event will take place at the Corporate Business Systems' Springfield office on September 19th from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. The ribbon cutting ceremony will commence at 4 p.m. The company, which has provided economic growth to the community and supported other area organiza
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