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CrossCheck & Optio Solutions Employees Donate Turkeys

on Tue, Nov 20, 2018 @ 11:25 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | Philanthropy
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, Calif. (Nov. 20, 2018) — Employees from CrossCheck and its affiliate, Optio Solutions, made an early start on holiday giving by donating 25 turkeys to the Redwood Gospel Mission’s Great Thanksgiving Banquet 2018, a multi-purpose event focused on helping families in need as well as the homeless. The 500 pounds of fresh and frozen turkeys were delivered today in time for the mission’s hot turkey dinner celebration (11 am to 7 pm, Wed., Nov. 21) at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.
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Employees of CrossCheck & Optio Solutions Volunteer for REFB

on Thu, Nov 01, 2018 @ 07:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
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CrossCheck Celebrates 35 Years of Continuous Operations

on Tue, Oct 16, 2018 @ 11:36 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, Calif. (October 16, 2018) — Payments guarantee company CrossCheck celebrated its 35th anniversary on October 15 with afternoon socials featuring cake and ice cream for employees in Petaluma and Irving, Texas. The privately owned firm was established in 1983 with the goal of creating cost-effective check processing services that offer the highest approval rates in the industry. Over the years, the company has provided payment solutions to hundreds of thousands of U.S. merchants while experiencing growth via diversification and new business development.
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Employees from CrossCheck and Optio Solutions Help REFB

on Mon, Oct 01, 2018 @ 07:54 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
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CrossCheck and Optio Employees Get Casual for Cancer Society

on Fri, Sep 28, 2018 @ 09:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, Calif. (August 29, 2018) — Employees at CrossCheck and its subsidiary, Optio Solutions, contributed $5,769 to the American Cancer Society (ACS) during a summer fundraising campaign held in three company locations: Petaluma, California; Irving, Texas; and Fargo, North Dakota. “Dress Down Days are the favorite incentive among our employees for community giving,” said CrossCheck President and CEO J. David Siembieda. “In reality, our people would give generously without any individual rewards because cancer touches all of our families.” Individuals qualified for “Dress Down Days” lasting up to four weeks depending on the level of their participation. Those contributing $30 earned the privilege of wearing jeans and casual shirts while an additional $10 allowed a few to reach the higher echelon of wearing shorts.
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CrossCheck and Optio Solutions Staff Members Support REFB

on Fri, Sep 07, 2018 @ 03:57 PM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, California (Sept. 7, 2018) — Employees from CrossCheck and its affiliate, Optio Solutions, helped assemble 10,476 pounds of grocery boxes for seniors in need while volunteering at the Redwood Empire Food Bank on Aug. 27. The boxes represent 8,730 meals according to Volunteer Logistics Coordinator Carlos Murcia. The effort was organized by CrossCheck Senior Vice President Charles Dortch III, marking the fourth consecutive month of staff members supporting the food bank’s weekday Warehouse Support program. Volunteers aggregate and package fresh produce, assemble grocery boxes, or sort donated staple pantry items for distribution throughout the county.
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CrossCheck and Optio Solutions Employees Pack Up for REFB

on Mon, Jul 30, 2018 @ 07:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments |
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, California (July 30, 2018) — Several staff members from CrossCheck and its affiliate, Optio Solutions, helped assemble 7,200 pounds of grocery boxes for seniors in need while volunteering at the Redwood Empire Food Bank on July 23. The effort was organized by CrossCheck Senior Vice President Charles Dortch III to support the food bank’s weekday Warehouse Support program where volunteers aggregate and package fresh produce, assemble grocery boxes, and sort donated staple pantry items for distribution throughout the county.
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CrossCheck and Optio Solutions Employees Volunteer at REFB

on Tue, Jul 10, 2018 @ 08:44 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, California (July 10, 2018) — Employees from CrossCheck and its affiliate, Optio Solutions, packaged 7,000 pounds of apples for seniors in need while volunteering at the Redwood Empire Food Bank on June 28. Organized by CrossCheck Senior Vice President Charles Dortch III, the consolidated effort supported REFB’s weekday Warehouse Support program where “activities include gleaning and packaging fresh produce for individuals and families throughout our community, assembling grocery boxes for seniors in need, and sorting donated staple pantry items for distribution throughout Sonoma County.”
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Guide to Increase Parts Sales Auto Dealerships

on Fri, Jun 15, 2018 @ 05:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | Auto Dealerships
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Petaluma, Calif. (June 15, 2018) — CrossCheck, a leading payments guarantee company, has published a guide to help stimulate parts sales at auto dealerships. The 34-year-old financial services organization supports merchants in retail automotive, building supply, home furnishings, auto aftermarket, heavy equipment and other verticals with free “how-to” guides and blog articles as part of its commitment to helping increase revenue, mitigate risk and simplify transactions.
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CrossCheck and Optio Solutions Load Up for REFB

on Thu, May 31, 2018 @ 09:45 AM By | Joe Gargiulo | 0 Comments | CrossCheck
Petaluma, California (May 31, 2018) — “Eggs and bread on top,” joked Senior VP Charles Dortch III while channeling traditional grocery store checkout procedure. Dortch and 20 of his colleagues from CrossCheck and Optio Solutions didn’t pack any fragile items on the evening of May 24, but they did bag 4,800 pounds of apples for seniors in need while volunteering at the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Volunteers were treated to a hosted luncheon at the corporate offices in Petaluma on May 25.
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