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By Melissa Krause [email protected]
Many companies in the oil industry have disregarded the uncertain economic climate and have remained undeterred when giving back to the community. Over $22,000 in sizable donations from Purity Oilfield Services was split between the local 4-H and Teen Challenge programs on Thursday.
A concept for a “truck rodeo” was spawned by trucking manager, Doc Cates, and has since taken off into a large event. With a professionally constructed obstacle course, seasoned tanker-trailer truck drivers compete to see which can maneuver their truck the most efficiently without hitting the traffic cones.
With participation from businesses and fellow oil and gas companies, Purity Oilfield was able to collect charitable donations through raffle ticket sales and a live auction. Continue reading…