Companies are making space for on-site chiropractors

Companies are making space for on-site chiropractors

Spring 2013

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Capital campaign nears goal

Foot Levelers donation presentation: (from left) Dr. Mark Zeigler, Dr. Peter Martin, Mr. Kent Greenawalt and Mr. Robert Lee.
Dr. Martin accepting check from Kent Greenawalt, with Dr. Zetgler and Mr. Lee

The capital campaign that was established to help defray the costs associated with the construction of the Standard Process Student Center on the Florida Campus is approaching the $2.5 million goal set by Palmer's Board of Trustees. At press time approximately $2.2 million had been raised.

Recent contributors include NCMIC (National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company) based in Clive, Iowa, which is the U.S.'s largest provider of malpractice insurance for chiropractors. Florida Campus President Peter Martin, D.C., who is directing the campaign, recently announced the NCMIC donation of $50,000. Dr. Martin has been meeting with key alumni throughout Florida, recently hosting alumni dinners in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area and in Gainesville. A reception in Jacksonville is upcoming.

In August 2012 during the FCA convention, the Foot Levelers Corporation helped put the campaign over the $2 million mark with a gift of $200,000. Foot Levelers recently hosted Dr. Martin and Vice Chancellor for Advancement Robert Lee at the company's headquarters in Roanoke, Va. Dr. Martin and Mr. Lee had the opportunity to tour Foot Levelers' facility and thank Foot Levelers CEO Kent Greenawalt and Vice President of Education Dr. Mark Zeigler for their generous donation and commitment to the capital campaign.

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