Join us for lunch and entertainment at this year's Administrative Professional Luncheon on April 24 at Diamond Jo Casino. Let us make this year's Administrative Professional Day extra special for those key employees who keep our offices running effortlessly!
New this year, we will be honoring one person as our Administrative Professional of the year. To nominate someone, please follow this link to our website and answer the questions at the bottom of the page. Nominations are due by April 17.
Administrative Professional's Day was created in 1952 to recognize the importance and value of the administrative professional position to the management of a company or business.
Our entertainment for this year is comedian, Jeremy Nunes. After winning $200 in a local comedy competition, the 6'6" comedian left the rural, Southern Illinois life behind to explore the comedy scene in Chicago.
Jeremy Nunes has often been referred to as “Comedy’s Next Great Storyteller”. His act has been in demand nationwide for over 15 years and drawn rave reviews from critics for his clever observations, unique storytelling style, and ability to improvise with his audience.
After winning $200 in a local comedy competition, the 6’6” comedian left the rural, Southern Illinois life behind to explore the comedy scene in Chicago. Once in Chicago, it was at The Second City and iO Comedy Theaters that he first developed the “front porch” comedy that is now a staple of his act. He has appeared in “The Layover,” “The Break-Up,” “Last Comic Standing,” “Final Witness,” 2 PBS mini-series, Comcast on Demand, a National Geographic Special & heard on Sirius/XM and ESPN Radio. He still brings his front porch show to comedy clubs, fundraisers, churches, corporate events, colleges, casinos, country clubs, bars, charity events, and any place with a stage. He also hosts the award winning “Back Table Podcast” on iTunes.
He has since returned to his rural hometown where his parents manage a trailer park. Though he really wants to cash in on that goldmine, he continues to tour instead. He’s got great stories about rural life, working as a small-town Mayor, marriage and raising kids, and his wisecracking Dad. Plus, hear the songs and impressions that put him on the “Bob and Tom” radar! This one of a kind act is a must see and we can't wait to see you there!