TPG Energy Announces Support of Colorado's Nite Moves Track Club

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TPG Energy is thrilled to provide financial support for the Winter Indoor Season! The money has already assisted the team in attending the USATF Colorado All Comer at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.

2020 Nite Moves Club with TPG Energy's Jeremiah Hagen.

"We are excited to see the kids grow both competitively as well as leaders in the community. Join us in celebrating the youth of Park Hill, Colorado as they evolve into the leaders of tomorrow."

Check out the 2020 Nite Moves Track Club! It is more than a track team as founder Frank Merriex states: “This is about learning to serve others while working together as a team to reach personal goals.” The camaraderie is on display every evening at the Hiawatha Davis Jr Rec Center where Frank coaches the track team. But the lessons don’t stop when the sprints end. The Nite Moves team donates its time once a month, and around the holidays, to facilitate food drives to help the homeless population in the Greater Denver Area. As with any activity, significant costs accumulate between traveling for meets and hosting food drives.

TPG Energy is thrilled to provide financial support for the Winter Indoor Season! The money has already assisted the team in attending the USATF Colorado All Comer at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. The meet featured two individuals that are now eyeing the 2020 Simplot Games in Pocatello, Idaho – one of the premier indoor track and field competitions!

Jeremiah Hagen, TPG Energy’s Director of Business Development, who regularly contributes his time to this and other causes stated, "We are excited to see the kids grow both competitively as well as leaders in the community. Join us in celebrating the youth of Park Hill, Colorado as they evolve into the leaders of tomorrow."

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