Press Release – DirectNET Visits Winter Park for Third Annual Ski Trip
Broomfield, CO – March 23, 2007: DirectNET, the nation’s largest independent value-added reseller (VAR) of datacenter and server management solutions, is proud to highlight its third annual trip to the Winter Park Resort, where employees enjoyed a day of skiing and snowboarding on March 10.
“Our annual company ski train trip has become a wonderful tradition for our employees, and their friends and families to spend some quality time together and share in a fun day of winter sports and camaraderie,” said Alan Mamane, CEO of DirectNET.
The winter tradition began as a way to celebrate DirectNET’s 10th anniversary and involves a scenic ride from Denver, CO, to the Winter Park Resort.
“I feel the annual Ski Train trip to Winter Park demonstrates DirectNET’s commitment to appreciating our team members and creating a rewarding work environment. These types of events provide additional motivation for achieving our company goals.” said Samantha Morgan, Operations and IT Manager at DirectNET.
Other company outings include a summer picnic, a winter holiday celebration, and seasonal professional sporting events.
DirectNET, Inc. is a national provider of datacenter, KVM over IP, server racks, and remote server management solutions. The company has been recognized as an Avocent Elite Partner for the past four years, Raritan’s top selling VAR for the past five years, and Minicom’s #1 VAR for the past three years. DirectNET is based in Broomfield, CO.
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