June 28, 2018

Second Annual IECRM Sporting Clay Shoot on June 29 – Great Fun and Spirited Competition

Situated along a cottonwood creek bottom, overlooking Colorado’s snow covered peaks to the West, Independent Electrical Contractors (IECRM) members enjoyed an experience they’ll not soon forget at Colorado Clays Shooting Park on Friday, June 29.. The event was the second annual competition and fundraiser for IECRM.

Nearly 100 IECRM members and their guests participated in the Second Annual Energy Industry Sporting Clay Shoot event. The friendly competition was open to the Energy, Electrical, and Construction Industries: contractors, general contractors, and the industry associates that support their work.

The morning began with a warm welcome from IECRM and Rexel staff as players checked-in. Each player received PPE equipment donated by Colorado Safety Supply and breakfast burritos, coffee, and juice, provided by EATON, to ensure that all participants were well equipped to take on the 15 station course. QED, the premier sponsor of the event, provided shells to each player and Smith Power Products kicked off the event with a safety speech reminding the players of the importance of safety on the job and during daily activities.

David Jones with QED and Marilyn Stansbury, IECRM CEO welcomed guests to their starting stations and at 9:30am the Shotgun Start commenced with a bang! Throughout the morning, Blueprint Skilled Services, QED, Power Management, and Rexel shuttled guests to their stations and distributed water and snacks as needed.

As players completed the course, they enjoyed a BBQ lunch sponsored by Milwaukee Electric Tool, along with beverages and free gifts handed out by The Premier Group. QED and Atkore International had booths to display innovative products relevant to the industry. While the scores were being tallied, Jay Commuso with I-PRO recognized our U.S. veterans and first responders and thanked them for their service. The winners were announced in an awards presentation sponsored by Leviton Manufacturing

1st Place, Brian, Tyler, and Jerry, team DPS/Federated Insurance/Rocky Mountain Testing.

2nd Place, David, Chris, Paul and Darrell, team QED.
3rd place, Malek, George, Kent, and Josh, team CED/Current Installations.

Malek York of Current Installations, took the prize for the overall highest individual score.

Participating companies:

Adolfson & Peterson

AIS Industrial & Construction Supply

Allcable, Inc.


BAR Electric

CED Denver

Convergint Technologies

Current Installations

Denver Public Schools

Federated Insurance

I-Pro, Inc.

Keystone Technologies

Lord & Reynolds


Network Insurance Services, LLC

Northglenn Winlectric

Outsource, LLC

Piper Electric

Power Design

QED Electric


RK Electrical

Rocky Mountain Testing Services, Inc.

Smith Power Products

Systems management Group, LLC

The Premier Group

Tice Electric, LLC

Wagner Equipment


Welsh Electric

A big thank you to our generous sponsors that made this event possible:

QED – Premier/ Shell Sponsor

Smith Power Products – Safety Sponsor

Colorado Safety Supply – In-Kind Donation of PPE

Milwaukee Tool – Lunch Sponsor

Blueprint Skilled Services – Shuttle Cart Sponsor

REXEL – Registration Sponsor

EATON – Breakfast

The Premier Group – Beverage Sponsor

Leviton Manufacturing, Inc.- Awards Sponsor

Atkore International – Display Sponsor

Legrand – Station Sponsor

Several valuable door prizes were provided to participants including tools, work station lights, a yeti cooler, and generous gift cards for The Home Depot, Cabela’s, and more!

Thank you to those that made door prize donations:




Colorado Clays


Keystone Technologies

Power Management


Smith Power Products


Since 1981, the Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mount (IECRM) has been the leading electrical and renewable energy contractor association in Colorado. Representing more that 225 member companies and educating over 2200 electrical apprentices and licensed electricians annually, IECRM is dedicated to educating, promoting, and advancing the energy industry.