ALPS CEO Supports Montana Veterans Through Non-Profit Grateful Nation

//ALPS CEO Supports Montana Veterans Through Non-Profit Grateful Nation

ALPS CEO Supports Montana Veterans Through Non-Profit Grateful Nation

ALPS CEO, David Bell, is a proud co-founder of Grateful Nation, a nonprofit organization located in Missoula, MT, the headquarters hometown of ALPS Corp. Grateful Nation was formed for the specific purpose of facilitating college educations for the children of soldiers killed while on active duty in Iraq or Afghanistan. The organization currently focuses solely on providing these resources and support to Montana military families.

In honor of Veterans Day, Montana’s leading newspaper, the Missoulian, ran an article featuring the work of Grateful Nation and an announcement of a new fundraising initiative.

“Starting on Tuesday, Veterans Day, Grateful Nation Montana is partnering with national high-end apparel maker Spyder and outdoor retailers Bob Ward and Sons in Missoula and Scheels All Sports in Great Falls to offer a limited release tactical sweater jacket, with 100 percent of profits going to support the organization’s mission.”

Read the entire Missoulian article here.

Visit the Grateful Nation website and Facebook page.

By |2017-10-25T12:02:01+00:00November 11th, 2014|ALPS In The News|0 Comments

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Laura Churchman

Before succumbing to the seven-year itch of ad agency life, Laura Churchman cut her teeth as a copywriter at Callahan Creek Marketing and Advertising in Lawrence, Kansas and Spiker Communications in Missoula, Montana. Starting in 2007, Laura worked as a Technical Writer at the University of Montana, providing technical support to the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program and the Forest Service Northern Region University. In tandem, she pounded the pavement as a freelance marketing and advertising copywriter. In fact, ALPS was one of her freelance clients before they offered her the opportunity to join their in-house marketing team in 2011. Laura is now using her marketing and writing background to promote ALPS lawyers’ malpractice insurance as well as the company’s risk management service arms for the legal community. Laura graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa with a BA in Journalism in 2000. Laura serves on the Board of Trustees for Community Medical Center. In addition to implementing ALPS growth strategy through marketing, she also enjoys camping, hiking, and overnight rafting adventures on Montana’s pristine rivers. Contact Laura at: lchurchman@alpsnet.com