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TRG and the Colorado Fires

Jill Robinson | June 27, 2012 3:29 PM
Our city, Colorado Springs, is the site of the devastating 15,000-acre Waldo Canyon fire. First and foremost, everyone at TRG Arts is safe. Our offices in downtown Colorado Springs and colleagues who live nearby are not in danger at this time and are unlikely to be. However, several of our staff, including CEO Rick Lester, had to evacuate their homes yesterday. More evacuations are occurring today.

As we are giving priority attention to the needs of our staff, please know that we are also taking care to ensure that our work continues smoothly. Fortunately, at this time, we see limited disruption. As always, our data security protocols ensure that all of our client data is safely stored in redundant systems here in Colorado Springs, and on back-up servers out of state. That said, it will weeks before this fire is out.  We are asking our clients, partners and friends for their patience as we work through any operational challenges that may develop.

We have set up an information contact point.  If you have any specific questions about your work with TRG, please email: info@trgarts.com   Each question will be addressed as quickly as possible.

And, to those who have asked how you can communicate your concern for our staff members, thank you. Please use the comment section below to leave any messages you wish to convey.






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