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NBDC client wins award

Mar 21, 2020

Davis Repair in Hay Springs, Neb., is the 2019 Champion of Small Business. From left, Swairie Fernando and Jennifer Wittrock with Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC), Nathan Davis, owner of Davis Repair, and Gary Dusek with NBDC. (Courtesy photo used with permission)
Davis Repair in Hay Springs, Neb., is the 2019 Champion of Small Business. From left, Swairie Fernando and Jennifer Wittrock with Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC), Nathan Davis, owner of Davis Repair, and Gary Dusek with NBDC. (Courtesy photo used with permission)

CHADRON – The Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is pleased to announce Davis Repair, LLC of Hay Springs, Nebraska, as the 2019 Champion of Small Business.

The Champion of Small Business is awarded to an NBDC client who has triumphed in the field of business and is an empowering entrepreneur who supports small business in Nebraska, according to NBDC consultant Dr. Gary Dusek at Chadron State College.

Founded in 2008 by Nathan Davis, Davis Repair was incorporated in 2013. With the assistance of the NBDC, the business has seen steady growth and expansion throughout the years. For the past 11 years, Davis Repair has supported the agriculture industry and the region’s economy by providing local access to repair and maintenance to ranchers and farmers, Dusek said.

“I am very appreciative of the honor,” Davis said. “The people at the NBDC Chadron office did a really good job helping with what I needed. It was a good experience for me.”

Dusek said Davis also promotes small business as a career choice, especially in rural Nebraska.

“He donates time and energy educating area farmers and ranchers about the importance of proper maintenance of agriculture equipment,” Dusek said. “He encourages customers to schedule regular, seasonal maintenance during the offseason. This benefits the customers, as well as his business. Davis Repair contributes to the success of farmers and ranchers who are his customers and also business owners.”

—CSC College Relations