Veteran's Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday to honor the end of World War 1, which officially took place on November 11, 1918. Read More
Comarco is having a food and donation drive to help support the efforts of The Peace Pantry located in Cedar Hill. Read More
To be a good leader you have to understand where the other person is coming from first! Read More
Not only does Comarco invest in the community, it also invests in its employee’s. The Fenton office spent time at Gateway Escape Rooms recently for a team building exercise in search of good friend Smilin' Jimmy.
After our Columbia office tried their hand at escaping Room 13, the Fenton team members joined in the fun and were on the search for their good friend, ““Smilin’ Jimmy” Pagano, a small-time crook with a big heart”. Trying to solve the “Murder in the Man Cave” mystery required close observation to details, problem-solving, logic and plenty of cooperation within our teams. Let’s just say, some of us found our good friend “Smilin’ Jimmy” and some of us left him for the guys up in Chicago…
Afterwards we all headed over to Shogun Japanese Restaurant for some hibachi style cooking and entertainment. Fun times were had working together outside of the office! Read More
Bill Stethem started Comarco 28 years on the foundation of family, faith and community involvement. He had a passion for helping others and volunteered his time to several community organizations. In keeping with Bill’s passion after his passing, Comarco has re-dedicated its’ involvement in the community. This year, Comarco will be encouraging our employees to get involved by offering them paid time off to volunteer.
The first volunteer opportunity this year saw 4 of our employee’s head to “Feed My People” in High Ridge to provide them with new shelving. The new shelving was requested in order to provide more space and functionality to help with the donations they receive. With the new shelving in place, this has allowed the volunteers at Feed My People to serve the community better. Allowing them to focus their energy on helping those in need and not on the storage of the donations received.
With this new initiative in place, we will be giving our employees many opportunities to volunteer throughout the year. If you are involved in an organization that is looking for volunteers, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. You can call our office at 636-305-0520 and ask for Lori and she will be able to assist you.