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Letter from the President

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As the current COVID 19 Coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, we are doing our best to implement any updates to CDC guidelines and safety practices as rapidly as we can with the safety of our employees in all IBVI locations as our top priority.  Read more 

 If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, read the Letter
from Our CEO on 2020 Goals for IBVI

Employee Spotlight: Pam Paul

Pam Paul's daughter (Kendahl Holmblad) and other nurses received personal protective equipment from IBVI.

IBVI is making a difference
in our community

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BSCs Support the Military Through the Pandemic

IBVI’s store managers and BSC personnel have risen to the challenge revealing their dedication and generosity by continuing to support our mission and supporting their military bases.  Read more 
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IBVI in the News

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IBVI Kits Contribute to National Guard’s COVID-19 Response:
Read more.

Kits made by local workers with disabilities being used by U.S. Army:
See the Video.


Coronavirus is no match for a life-changing bond
between a football player with a brain injury
and his trainer.  Watch the video and read about
IBVI employee Justin Greenwood. 
Keep up the great work Justin!


Pix of Green tractor delivering a pile of boxes.

IBVI Donate Supplies to Menomonee Falls High School: Read more

Congratulations Alison Fortney!

Alison is one of the newest members of the 2020 class of the NIB Advocates for Leadership and Employment program.  As a customer service representative at IBVI in West Allis, WI, Alison is responsible for customer apparel quoting, order management, and managing art proofs.  She received the agency's Milton J Samuelson Employee of the Year award in 2018 and last year attended her first Capitol Hill Meeting with legislators to discuss issues affecting people who are blind.  Way to go Alison!!


Pix of Alison sitting at her workstation.

New Product Spotlight

New AbilityOne Products Launched July 1st, 2020: 

Precision Liner Correction Tape
Make fast, easy and precise corrections with SKILCRAFT Precision Liner Correction Tape. This tear-resistant film-based tape is ergonomically designed and tape requires no dry time. Sold in a package of 4 colors.
Blog Highlight
Tips On Handling Stress During COVID-19
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IBVI Events

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all IBVI events are temporarily postponed. For the latest information CLICK HERE to visit our update page.

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