Coborn’s, Inc. joins United Way of Central Minnesota for 50th anniversary celebration

Coborn’s, Inc. has been a longtime supporter of the United Way of Central Minnesota. The organization got its start in 1967 – our former President and CEO, Dan Coborn, along with his wife, Mabel, were charter members and helped get it off the ground. Now, 50 years later, the United Way of Central Minnesota is celebrating a half-century of helping others and threw a community celebration at Lake George in St. Cloud, MN on Thursday night to mark the milestone. Coborn’s, Inc. was a premiere sponsor of the event – check out some of the fun we had!
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New: Coborn’s, Inc. employees “can’t stop the feeling” in new company music video!

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Coborn’s, Inc. employees just “can’t stop the feeling” as evidenced in a new company music video now available to watch online!  In it, employees from locations across our company can be seen having a great time at work while dancing among co-workers to “Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justine Timberlake.

You’re probably wondering – where did this idea come from? There’s a little history here. You see, every year at about this time, we hold our annual employee ownership meeting and celebration (yes, many of our employees do have ownership in the company — a benefit that is available to employees that meet eligibility requirements). Prior to this annual meeting, we ask employees at our locations to take out their cell phones and send us some video of their best dance moves. Brandon Quesnel, a web and video guru in our Marketing Department, splices it all together to create what becomes the first things our employees watch to kick off the annual event.

We had fun creating it – now, we invite you to enjoy the show!

Coborn’s employees compete in 28th annual Best Bagger competition

On what turned out to be a sunny summer night, 35 Coborn’s employees gathered Tuesday at Coborn’s in Sauk Rapids for the 28th annual Best Bagger competition. It’s a night full of fast-paced excitement as employees vie to take home the top title and a trip to the state competition.
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