JRE celebrates energy at CMU football game
Sep 19, 2014
J. Ranck Electric employee Chris Dice hoists his son Henry into the air to get a better view during Saturday’s Central Michigan University football game against Syracuse University at Kelly Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant. JRE sponsored the game as part of CMU’s Celebrate Energy Weekend and invited employees and their families to join them in the day’s celebration.
Central Michigan University’s Celebrate Energy Weekend was designed to bring awareness to the energy industry in Michigan by partnering with sponsor businesses such as J. Ranck Electric within the energy industry. JRE employees and their families came out to cheer on the Central Michigan University Chippewas and celebrate energy at the CMU vs. Syracuse game in Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, September 13. Fans in the Kelly/Shorts stadium saw the JRE logo scrolling on the scoreboard and the JRE solar semitrailer parked nearby, while those listening to the game on the radio heard JRE’s Scott Walker on the CMU Sports Radio Network.
CMU play by play announcer Don Chiodo talks with JRE Renewable Energy Director Scott Walker during a live halftime interview on the CMU Sports Radio Network. Walker discussed the importance of JRE’s involvement in CMU’s Energy Weekend, the Energy Industry, and Renewable Energy advancement in the state.
JRE’s solar trailer was displayed at Kelly Shorts Stadium during CMU’s Celebrate Energy Day in Mt. Pleasant. Above, the Chippewa football team walk by the trailer during their Walk of Champions prior to Saturday’s game against Syracuse.
JRE Vice President Adam Ranck shows his nephew Noah Wood how to hit a tackling sled at Tailgate Village on CMU’s campus.
Nearly 50 JRE employees and family members celebrated Energy Day at CMU including, above, Stacie Geiger, April Hopkins, and their families.
Adam Ranck’s son, Abe, gathers steam before hitting the tackling sled inside Tailgate Village. His brothers Sam, left and Henry, wait their turn behind him.