CBN will donate $100 to any BBB-approved charity of your choosing when we give you a proposal for full-service janitorial. Simply mention this offer when you call to schedule your free no-obligation quote.
Our favorite non-profits are:
With our shared advocacy of Indoor Air Quality improvement, we feel that the American Lung Association is an ideal partner, hence,we have chosen to make them the primary recipient of our charitable contributions.
CBN was a proud sponsor of the Lung Association’s 2011 “Fight for Air Climb”.
Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce
CBN has been an active participant in the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce™ since 1975, commitment 12 years longer than any other janitorial firm. CBN President, Bob Croft, is a member of the Public Affairs Committee and the Small Business Leadership Council.
Better Business Bureau
We’ve been an active member of the Better Business Bureau of Central/Northern Arizona since 1975 as well; we hold the BBB’s A-plus rating, and participate in the BBB’s Membership Identification Program. Bob Croft, CBN’s president, is a volunteer arbitrator for the Bureau. We participate in the Better Business Bureau’s Membership Identification Program.
We have committed to cooperating with BBB efforts to resolve disputes that may arise under our contract. Upon your request, we will agree to mutually binding arbitration of certain unresolved disputes. There are limits to the kinds of claims that may be arbitrated – call the BBB for more information.
The Economic Impact Of Local Suppliers — Commitment to local firm generates nearly three times the economic impact:
•33.4% of local revenue at Wist Office Products remains in the local economy.
•Of total revenue at Office Max Contract, only 11.6% remains.
A Civic Economics study commissioned by Local First Arizona reveals that public procurement from a local supplier generates “dramatically greater local economic activity” than procurement from a chain business. This study compared the local economic impact of Wist Office Products, a local supplier and LFA member, with Office Max Contract, a division of Office Max.
Arizona Recycling Coalition
The Arizona Recycling Coalition (AzRC) is a non-profit organization of professionals and citizens pledged to promoting recycling efforts in the public sector and in business communities throughout Arizona. AzRC provides strong leadership on waste reduction issues and promotes the Reduce, Reuse and Recycle ethic through education and membership involvement in the state. CBN is proud to be a member of the Arizona
Go Green Conference
CBN is proud to have been a sponsor of, and an exhibitor at, the PhoenixGoGreen ’11 Conference, which featured a full day of educational panel sessions and networking opportunities with a distinct platform of showcasing statewide sustainable business leader case studies and their success stories to allow business attendees the opportunity to implement best practices learned and create viable partnerships within their regional business environment.
GreenBuild ’09 Conference and Exhibition
CBN is proud to have been a sponsor of Phoenix Greenbuild 2009. With the world’s largest expo hall devoted to green building, Greenbuild 2009 was the place to go to learn “how green can grow your business”. 2009′s expo in Phoenix boasted 1,800 exhibit booths showcasing the latest in innovative products and services. The annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo was launched in 2002 as the world’s largest conference and expo demonstrating commitment to green building. If designing, building, living and working in green buildings is important to you, you’re in good company. Greenbuild featured three days of inspiring speakers, invaluable networking opportunities, industry showcases, LEED workshops, and tours of the host city’s green buildings.
“Stewards” of our history
In 1996, CBN’s management purchased and relocated the firm and offices to the historic 1914 L. L. Steward House, just north of downtown Phoenix in the Roosevelt Historic District. The house’s tasteful Victorian and Prairie School design elements create an elegant architectural composition, leading to its citation as a “significant streetscape element” in the application for historic status for the Roosevelt neighborhood.
Its first owner, “L. Bob” Steward, was an early Arizona teacher, cattleman, cotton farmer and organizer of the Citizen’s State Bank in Phoenix; he was a campaign manager for Henry Fountain Ashurst in his 1912 election to the U. S. Senate. A newspaper advertisement for Southwest Building & Investment Co. appeared in a February, 1914 issue of “The Arizona Republican” featuring the partially completed Steward House; the house appears in the lower right corner of this ad. You can also see photographs of how the house looks now.