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    GRBS saw their very own Brittany Hull serve as a key organizer of the recent Wyoming/Kentwood Relay for Life. Then our own Heidi Blackrick shared her story as a part of the Survivor’s Ceremony.

    Both Brittany and Heidi not only work at GRBS, but are cancer survivors themselves. GRBS was a proud sponsor of this event and we saw it …

  • We Love Celebrating Our Customer’s Success

    Congrats to our customer K12 School Districts who made the Best 50 Public Schools for Athletics list published by

    They are:

    Birmingham Public Schools, Bloomfield Hills Schools, Dewitt Public Schools, Hartland Consolidated Schools, Fremont Public Schools, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, and Portage Public Schools.

    Congratulations from GRBS!


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  • Harrison Community Schools Perseverance Award Winner – Toni Fletcher

    Check out one of our incredible GRBS Perseverance Award Winners! HARRISON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS: TONI FLETCHER – Our recipient had to overcome a severe sports injury that will require more surgery in the future. However, she pushed through the pain and has played on the Varsity Softball team all four years, and plans to play in college as well.

  • 2017 Assistant Supervisor of the Year – Brenda Provenzano

    We salute the 2017 GRBS Assistant Supervisor of the Year Award winner – Brenda Provenzano, leading at Northville Public Schools! The Assistant Supervisor of the Year Award includes Middle School Supervisors and Assistants in High Schools and Large Corporate Facilities. These candidates must have an independent initiative and the ability to solve problems, train new employees, walk and inspect for …

  • Comstock Public Schools Perseverance Award Winner – Katherine Leaders

    Here is just one of the amazing GRBS Perseverance Award Winners. COMSTOCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS: KATHERINE LEADERS Our recipient shares a heartbreaking journey of a broken family and abuse, so much so that although she agreed to share her story, we want to respect the sensitivity of the horrific conditions in which she grew up. Read more at: