“Our goal is to invest in the communities in which we operate”
We live here too.
We recognize that there’s more than one kind of
value—including the value of being good neighbors.
We know that when our neighborhoods prosper, employees are happier, families thrive, and commerce flows. Which means that doing good business starts with doing good.
The Broe Group and its affiliates continue to invest in local communities. Here are some of the ways they made a difference:
- The Broe Foundation’s $25,000 funds recreation scholarships.
- Great Western Oil & Gas (GWOG) supports elementary school tech with $20,000 gift.
- GWOG contributes $21,000 to Windsor Charter Academy.
- Great Western Industrial Park (GWIP) sponsors the Loveland ELKS Club Little Britches Rodeo
Little Britches Rodeo is one of the oldest, continuing junior rodeos in the nation. It is an honor to be part of this community tradition.
- GWIP/GWOG support American Cancer Society’s Cattle Barons Ball with $4,000 contribution
The GWIP and GWOG teams are proud to join the fight against cancer.
- Blue Water Resources, an affiliate of The Broe Group, donates $2,500 to Colorado Youth Outdoors
This Loveland based organization builds healthy relationships between kids and their parents through traditional outdoor recreation.
- OmniTRAX gives Weld Food Bank $5,000 gift to fight hunger
With so many of our employes living and working in Weld County, we are proud to contribute to the Weld Food Bank’s efforts to alleviate hunger and poverty by providing food and services to people in need.
- The Broe Group and GWIP sponsor Boy Scouts Annual Dinner
Just like the Boy Scouts, we believe in creating a responsible citizenship and have enjoyed partnering with their local chapter.
- GWIP sponsors the fireworks at Windsor Harvest Festival
The Great Western Industrial Park and OmniTRAX have a long history in Windsor. That is why we are proud to participate in this annual festival that is a local favorite and celebrating its 94th year!
- OmniTRAX sponsor’s long-time employee’s dog sled team
Charlie Lundie has worked at the Port of Churchill for years and we’re pleased to continue to support him and his dog team as they contribute to keeping the great Northern tradition of dog sled racing alive.