Business briefs: Stock markets, Donatos, anti-phishing
One Energy awards STEM scholarships to high school students
FINDLAY – One Energy just awarded STEM scholarships to several high school students in Marion County in collaboration with the Marion Institution of Whirlpool Corporation.
One Energy grants a scholarship of $ 5,000 for each wind turbine that the company installs and operates on behalf of its customers for each year of its 20-year contract term (for example, a wind turbine operating for 20 years will result in 20 scholarships during this period). For the three wind turbines One Energy operates at the Marion facility in Whirlpool, the two companies awarded a total of $ 15,000 to this year’s recipients.
These fellows are: John Valentine, Pleasant HS; Madison Britton, Ridgedale HS; Luke Goins, River Valley HS; Breanna Napper, Ridgedale HS; Owen Peters, Pleasant HS; Robert Vanderborne, Harding HS; and Izaiah Wiley, Pleasant HS.
For more information on Megawatt scholarships, visit megawattscholarships.org.
Donatos Marion reopens a renovated dining room
MARION – At the start of the celebration of its 30th anniversary serving the residents of Marion, the Donatos located at 1181 Mount Vernon Ave. announced the reopening of the restaurant’s renovated dining room.
The location, which has served the Marion community since November 6, 1991, has been limited to pickup and delivery only since the onset of the pandemic in 2020. However, franchise partner Chris Rose has decided to make the most of it. limited interior. access by completely redeveloping the restaurant.
Rose – who runs Roseler Corporation, which is the oldest group of franchise partners in the Donatos system – is delighted to welcome the restaurant’s customers once again and show them all of the big updates that have been made inside. and outside the restaurant. .
“We are very grateful for all of the business that our customers have continued to give us through order delivery and pickup, but we are really excited to see them in person as well,” he added.
Premier Bank partners with ABA for anti-phishing campaign
YOUNGSTOWN – Premier Bank has partnered with the American Bankers Association (ABA) to educate customers about the persistent threat of phishing scams. The Federal Trade Commission estimates that consumers lost $ 1.9 billion to phishing schemes and other frauds in 2019, and the pandemic has only increased the threat.
To help tackle the toll that phishing takes customers, Premier Bank is partnering with the American Bankers Association and more than 1,300 banks across the country to launch a consumer awareness campaign across the country. industry called #BanksNeverAskThat. Using humorous and engaging videos and social media posts, the #BanksNeverAskThat campaign aims to enable consumers to identify fake bank communications requesting sensitive information such as their passwords and social security numbers.
Premier Bank will share catchy basic questions and consumer tips on social media designed to highlight the most common phishing patterns.
To learn more about phishing scams, visit BanksNeverAskThat.com.