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Custom motorcycle being built to help vets with PTSD

Monday, December 19, 2016
Idaho State Journal

Premier Technology works with local motorcycle club Brother Speed to donate a custom-built Harely to raise money for veterans suffering from PTSD.  More...


Premier Technology, Inc. Donates to Patriot Field

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Morning News, BLACKFOOT, ID

Doug Sayer, Chief Business Officer of Premier Technology, presented Bingham County Commissioners a check that will be used to help pay for the statue that will be placed at Patriot Field in Blackfoot on Tuesday.

Patriot Field is just south of the Bingham County Courthouse. It is designed to honor veterans from Bingham County. The bronze statue, designed by Ben Hammond, who was raised in the Snake River area, will be placed in the center of the veterans' memorial. This one-of-a-kind statue will stand about seven-feet-tall; it will feature a soldier in a Class A uniform presenting a flag to a 12-year-old boy and his 8-year-old sister.

Sayer said, "I hope (this contribution) inspires others to give. This is a great project for this community. You can build a business because of the sacrifices that people have made; we need to respect them, especially those who give the ultimate sacrifice. He continued, "It's a small thing for us to recognize this. This is a rare opportunity for business to get involved and support our veterans."


Premier Technology, Inc. Awards 2016 Scholarships to Five Local Graduating Seniors

Blackfoot, Idaho – Premier Technology, Inc. announces the 2016 recipients of its Employee Dependent Scholarship, sponsored by the company. Premier awarded five scholarships to children of its employees who are graduating this year and plan to begin their college careers this fall. Premier is proud to support the educational and future career goals of our next generation.

Cole Flegel, son of Premier employee Lance Flegel, will graduate from Bonneville High School in Idaho Falls in May of 2016. He plans to begin studying Mechanical Engineering at Boise State University in Boise this fall.

Maggie Ashley, daughter of Premier employee Robert Ashley, will graduate from Century High School in Pocatello in May of 2016. She plans to begin studying Print Journalism at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana this fall.

Matthew Lee, son of Premier employee Brandon Lee, will graduate from Highland High School in Pocatello in May of 2016. He plans to begin studying English and Secondary Education at Idaho State University in Pocatello this fall.

Shannon Cramer, daughter of Premier employee Tren Cramer, will graduate from Marsh Valley High School in Arimo in May of 2016. She plans to begin studying Graphic Design at Brigham Young University – Idaho in Rexburg this fall.

William Wolfley, son of Premier employee Bill Wolfley, will graduate from Blackfoot High School in Blackfoot in May of 2016. He plans to begin studying Welding at Idaho State University - College of Technology in Pocatello this fall.


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