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Local Companies Team up for Tomorrow's Habitat for Humanity Building Project

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04/26/2012 | 01:02am CEST
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April 25, 2012, Madison, WI - The employees of First Business Bank and Neider & Boucher, S.C. are participating in a Habitat Humanity Building Project in the parking lot of the First Business Bank Center in UW Research Park. The project runs from 8am to 1:30pm at 401 Charmany Drive, Madison, WI on Thursday, April 26, 2012.

The project is a "Panel Build," an event designed to engage the community in the Habitat mission by presenting an opportunity to help a deserving family build their home. The purpose of a Panel Build is to construct all of the
wall panels necessary to build an entire home. All volunteers can be expected to have a hammer in hand helping to assemble wall panels for this home.

The family selected to become owners the new home are the Morris Family. They have three children and are originally from Ghana, West Africa. They moved to the United States to provide a better life and education for their children. The Morris family will be on site for the build and will speak to the volunteers at a noon luncheon.

Habitat for Humanity of Dane County is a local nonprofit, that through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials, builds and rehabilitates simple, decent houses with the help of the partner families. Habitat homes are sold to partner families at no profit, financed with affordable, no-interest loans. The homeowners' monthly mortgage payments are used to build more Habitat houses.

"First Business is excited to have the opportunity to participate in this important event with Neider & Boucher," says Mark Meloy, President & CEO of First Business Bank. "Habitat for Humanity serves an important need in the
community, and the people there have an inspiring drive to help others. I think all business leaders should aspire to bring this spirit into their organizations."

"This is a wonderful opportunity to have both Neider & Boucher and First Business team up to help the Morris family reach their dream of owning their own home," says George Kamperschroer, Managing Partner at Neider Boucher and President of the Habitat for Humanity of Dane County Board of Directors. "We feel strongly about this worthwhile cause and how it helps local families be in a better place."

About First Business
First Business Bank was established by area business owners and investors in 1990 to specialize in quality business banking for the local business community. First Business Bank offers a full line of financial services for
businesses and business owners including: commercial lending, treasury management, private banking, retirement plans, investment management services, trust services, asset-based lending, and equipment finance and
leasing. For additional information, visit www.firstbusiness.com or call 608-238-8008.

About Neider & Boucher
Neider & Boucher is an 18-lawyer firm, providing the highest quality legal services and counseling to businesses and individuals. The firm is located in the University Research Park in Madison, WI. For more information please
visit www.neiderboucher.com or call 608-661-4500.

About First Business Financial Services, Inc.

First Business Financial Services (Nasdaq: FBIZ) is a $1.1 billion Wisconsin-based bank holding company that specializes in focused financial solutions for businesses, key executives, and high net worth individuals through its operating companies. It is the 2nd largest Wisconsin-based commercial bank holding company listed on NASDAQ or the NYSE. Its companies include: First Business Bank - Madison; First Business Bank - Milwaukee; First Business Bank - Northeast; First Business Trust & Investments; First Business Equipment Finance, LLC; and First Business Capital Corp. For additional information, visit www.firstbusiness.com or call (608) 238-8008.

The First Business Financial Services, Inc.http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=2667

Contact:

Jodie Johnson, First Business, 608-358-6289 or Terri Neider, Neider & Boucher, 608-661-4500

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