Three Birds Casual: 'Teak' into the future with local business
Three Birds Casual employees routinely unload shipping containers of inventory delivered by semi-trailer trucks several times each week.
The president of the luxury furniture making business knew it was time for a new facility when soaring success led to more than a half dozen shipping containers staying in the parking lot to store office supplies. Every available building hallway and office was crammed with furniture to meet growing demand.
When the business found its new home on Noble REMC lines, it was met with cash rebates -— and support lowering its long-term energy costs.
Lighting the Way: Rick is a rock on the board
When Rick Robertson began his tenure on the Noble REMC Board of Directors in 1996, a gallon of gas cost $1.23, the Macarena took over the radio and Bill Clinton was elected to a second term as president.
A lot has changed since then.
After more than a quarter century on the board, Robertson has earned his place as chairman of the board through his dedication to continued learning and generosity in giving back to the community. But, let’s dig a little deeper into what makes this leader of the co-op tick: Continue reading...
Your pennies make a big difference
Noble REMC’s Operation Round Up grant program kicked the year off with a bang, awarding more than $18,000 to nine deserving organizations and projects in our community.
It wouldn’t be possible without our generous members, who help us in our mission to give back to the community through our Operation Round Up grant program.
With more than 85% of our members participating in the program, the pennies donated by rounding up your bill each month make a big impact.