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CHP Attends Rocky Mountain Veterans Alliance Monthly Meeting
Colorado Hire Patriots attended the fifth meeting for the Rocky Mountain Veterans Alliance on February 17th at La Loma Mexican restaurant in Denver. They had 25 members show up of which several were new members. Here’s a little bit of information regarding each of them.
- Nidal Allis is a Veteran and the President and CEO of TechnoRescue which is a Green IT Company located in Denver. For more information on his business click here.
- Bob Dawes is an Instructor/Veteran at Outward Bound and runs all the Veteran programs across the country. For more information click here.
- Brenna Simmons is a business development director for SpineOne which is a center for minimally invasive spine care. Her goal is to treat one Veteran each month free of charge for any spinal injuries they may have. Click here for the website.
- Christina Johnson is a personal banker at US Bank. She is very excited about the loan programs that have specifically for Veterans. Her husband works for Greiner Electric which is a Veteran supported business.
- Amy Shroff is a financial planner at US Bank. She likes to work with Veterans and help them plan for their retirement. She says right now is a great time for small businesses because they’ve currently got some great promotions going on right now.
- Darin Schanker is a personal injury lawyer at Bachus & Schanker, LLC in Denver. He’s interested in the Alliance and would like to work with and support Veterans.
- Ken Eiken is a Veteran and owner of Alpha Graphics of Aurora. His goal is to grow his business to where he can hire Veterans to help support it.
- Ellie Trujillo has a home in Coal Creek Canyon on an acre of land that she wants to have open to support Veterans by Veterans Day.
- Geneva Templeton is the Chief Operations Officer for Challenge America. Challenge America provides a user-friendly portal and tool to access and retrieve relevant and pertinent information for Veterans especially returning military and their families. Click here for more information.
RMVA has completed their Mission and Vision Statement which is now posted on their website. Because of their recent growth and connections in the Colorado military community they are now looking at various options to include possibly becoming a non-profit organization.
Their next meeting will be held on March 17th at 6:30 pm at C.B. & Potts in Westminster.
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