Members, partners, and friends of the premier trade association of the Rocky Mountain region are invited to kick off the holiday season with IECRM at Elitch Lanes on December 6th.
DENVER, Colorado — November 21, 2012 — The holiday season begins early this year for the electrical and energy industries, as the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain (IECRM) (www.iecrm.org), the premier trade association and educational institution of the Rocky Mountain region, announced today that tickets are now on sale for the IECRM Annual Holiday Bowling Party at Elitch Lanes in Denver, Colorado. The event will take place on December 6th from 5:30 to 9:00pm, at Elitch Lanes, “bringing bowling back in style!”
The Annual IECRM Holiday Party is an opportunity for members, partners, and friends of IECRM to celebrate the holiday season together, as well as reminisce on the past year’s successes, new business relationships, and new friendships, in the electrical and renewable energy industries. Guests will bowl with friends and colleagues while enjoying burgers, brats, and extra cold ice luge cocktails.
“We are more than ready to bowl off some steam at this year’s IECRM Holiday Party!” said Kristin Kim Haynes, IECRM Director of Operations. “Our members work extremely hard 365 days a year, and we are honored that they are a part of our education and energy focused trade association. Throwing this party is our way to celebrate their commitment and efforts dedicated to the workforce year after year.”
Tickets can be purchased by visiting the IECRM Annual Holiday Bowling Party event webpage.
Guests are asked to bring an unwrapped toy to support Toys for Tots, a charitable program founded by the US Marine Corps Reserve. Each unwrapped toy will be delivered to an economically disadvantaged child during the holiday season.
Siemens (www.siemens.com) is the Premier Sponsor of the 2012 IECRM Annual Holiday Bowling Party. Schneider Electric (www.schneider-electric.com) is Bar Sponsor. For more information about IECRM, please visit www.iecrm.org or call (303) 853-4886.