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“Gratitude is a quality similar to the electricity; it must be produced and discharged and used up in order to exist at all.” William Faulkner

Today I am Thankful.

The roller coaster ride with this pandemic has taken so many twists and turns. Who would have imagined all the disruptions we would be faced with, both professionally and personally? So many large businesses have downsized; small businesses have closed; people have lost their jobs; restaurants and service companies hang on by a thread to keep their doors open. Our government’s ability to adapt and come together to provide programs and help to those who were impacted and need support was humbling to see. And for me to be privileged enough to work for a company that has a direct impact on so many in need is equally as humbling.

A Message of Thankfulness

Tim Norwood
Family Man. Executive. Community Member. Philanthropst.


As I head into this holiday season and start to reflect on 2020, the theme of gratitude keeps rising to the top of my mind. While businesses navigate through this rapidly changing complex environment, I’m grateful to see so many rise above the challenges of the Coronavirus and associated economic pressures. I work for a company that is committed to providing our clients the knowledge, technology, and expertise to capture and maximize government relief programs. This year, we have been able to help hundreds of businesses realize their eligibility of the CARES Act Employee Retention Credit (ERC).

Our talented team at Synergi Partners does the heavy lifting and understands and maintains knowledge of the CARES Act legislation, analyzing data so that our client can maximize the credit. I feel grateful to be personally involved in helping these much-needed businesses and provide my expertise and guidance as they work to keep their employees engaged and doors open.

collage of synergi partners employees


To all the Synergi Partners, Clients, and Employees I say thank you for making a difference in 2020. As we think about the Thanksgiving holiday tomorrow and being thankful for all that we have in our lives, whether that be your job, your family, your successes, your health – remember that not everyone is in the same place as you. Take time to spread your generosity to those who have less. Do the unexpected and make someone’s day with a special act. Think about how we can make kindness the ordinary.

Be Kind. Do Good. Stay Healthy.

Happy Thanksgiving!