Local Veteran Small Business Owner Receives $10,000 Back2Business Grant from Fiserv

Grant presented at Opening Day at Clover Stadium as part of Fiserv Back2Business program

Nordstrom Contracting, a certified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned small business in Pomona, New York, was presented with a $10,000 Back2Business grant from Fiserv on Opening Day at Clover Stadium, home of the New York Boulders.

Michael Nordstrom, Vice President and Partner of Nordstrom Contracting, a small business that provides a wide variety of design, construction, and renovation work for federal agencies and private entities, accepted the grant from Frank Bisignano, President and Chief Executive Officer of Fiserv, just before first pitch on Thursday, May 12.

“We are grateful and excited to be the recipient of a Fiserv Back2Business grant,” said Nordstrom, who was joined at Clover Stadium by approximately 25 friends and family. “Like many other small businesses, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on us, and this $10,000 grant will help us start a marketing campaign to attract more clients beyond the ‘word of mouth’ marketing we’ve always relied on.”

The grant is part of the Fiserv Back2Business program – a $50 million commitment to help small diverse businesses through grants, small business consultation, Clover technology, and networking opportunities. Fiserv is a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology, including Clover from Fiserv, a complete point-of-sale and business management system enabling businesses to maximize their operating efficiencies and grow, while providing customers flexible ways to pay.

In January 2022, the New York Boulders entered a multi-year naming rights partnership with Fiserv to rename the Boulders home venue Clover Stadium. Clover is used by more than 1,500 small businesses in northeast New Jersey and the Lower Hudson Valley.