Tri-State hosts business leadership tour at HQ

Michael Houglum (left), dispatch manager, provided a brief overview of the G&T’s system operations to the Metro North Chamber visitors.

Michael Houglum (left), dispatch manager, provided a brief overview of the G&T’s system operations to the Metro North Chamber visitors.

With Tri-State being a longstanding and active member of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce, which spans 13 cities and four counties across Colorado’s northern Front Range, the association’s communications and public affairs staff members were pleased to have the opportunity to host approximately 40 guests from the chamber’s leadership group at headquarters on Jan. 17,  for the group’s “Energy and Technology Day” program.

Presentations on Tri-State were provided to the guests by staff members and tours of the association’s dispatch center were hosted by Michael Houglum, dispatch manager, along with Bill Dombrowski, operations support supervisor.

Jason Maxley, who is a committee member of the chamber’s leadership program and an employee of Tri-State member co-op United Power (Brighton, Colo.), assisted in coordinating the day’s events, which also included a series of  presentations held by energy industry experts on “21st Century Energy” at Anythink Library in Thornton.

The Metro North Chamber Leadership Class is a program aimed at developing future leaders for their roles and responsibilities in business and the community. One day per month for 10 months, participants are exposed to a diverse range of topics as they relate to the north metro region, as well as the state and the national level.

Established in 1959, the Metro North Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization with more than 1,000 members.

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