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Heartland Security's 2017 Holiday Party

Posted by Alexa Sandbakken on Jan 24, 2018 5:56:51 PM

picture of Heartland Security employees from 2017 holiday party

(L to R) Back row: Guy Adams, Corey Pierce, Adam Hanson, Vern Zimmer, Dan Howard, Allan Gregory, Tom Vega, John Behrendt. Middle row: Dorie Berscheit, Nancy Mockros, Deb Welz, Andrea Bussmann, Alexa Sandbakken, Carrie Schiltz, Brian Simpson. Front row: Rod Elbert, Chuck Amundson, John Gottberg, Josh Carlson, Ryan Rjosfjord, Alan Schmitt.

Heartland Security celebrated a great 2017 with our employees at our annual holiday party earlier this month. This year's party had our best attendance yet, with only one of our full-time employees missing! 2017 was a great year for us and we're thankful for our customers and employees!

picture of Guy Adams holding house of cards in a jar

 

In 2017, we briefly offered a do-it-yourself security system called Dragonfly. We hired a few new employees and also had our first employee retirement this past summer. 

 

As is our yearly tradition, we present our General Manager with a gift from all of the employees.  This year, we went with something a little different and a little more personalized: a house made up of his business cards inside a bottle.

Close up of the house of cards in a jar

We also recognized employees who have been with Heartland Security for 5 years: Chuck Amundson, Ryan Rjosfjord, and Dan Howard (and Jean Zenzen, who was not at the meeting).

 

Executive Sales Manager Corey handing award to Regional Sales Manager Tom

Next, our Executive Sales Manager, Corey Pierce, presented the 2017 award for sales excellence to Tom Vega. Since Tom wasn't in attendance at our holiday party last year, Corey also presented him with the 2016 award he won.

 

Executive Sales Manager Corey posing with Regional Sales Manager Tom and his awards

 

 

 

 

  Then it was time for some games! Heartland Security employees and their guests completed holiday word searches, solved holiday trivia, and played holiday bingo. Some brave volunteers also played a few solo cup games.

 

Heartland Security employees and guests playing a stacking cup game

Heartland Security employees Corey and Chuck playing a stacking cup game

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We ended the evening with a timed "snowball" fight using the paper cards from bingo.

 

 

Overall, 2017 was a great year for Heartland Security and we hope you had a great year too!

Happy 2018!

picture of a cake with Heartland Security logo on it

 

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