This year’s Annual Harvest Pig Roast marked RMI’s 20th anniversary! Read an article on the event, featured in The Citizen newspaper, below.
Marking 20 years in business
By BOB MARTIN | Sept 29, 2014
HOLDERNESS — Resource Management Incorporated celebrated its 20th year in business Sunday during its annual pig roast, which is a chance for the company to have a fun day of entertainment, food and drinks as a way of saying thanks.
Senior Project Manager Charley Hanson explained that
the company began in November 1994, and it is amazing how much the company has grown but also working with the same people that they started with- many of whom were farmers and local residents attending to event on Sunday.
“It’s all about building relationships,” said Hanson.
RMI is owned by Hanson, President Shelagh Connelly and Vice-President Martin Riehs. Connelly said that she is so pleased to have worked with such quality people over the years. She said that the event on Sunday was a nice way to celebrate the work that they have all accomplished together.
“It’s a perfect fall day together with our friends,” said Connelly. “The company has changed dramatically in 20 years. We started with two computers and now we have a whole network and now shifting to the cloud. It has been really fun. But most importantly, the core values have not changed. With technology changing, the economy changing, our core values have never strayed in terms of doing a really good job for our farmers, communities and partners.”
As an annual tradition, RMI also grows pumpkins that the guests at the party can take home to decorate. Those who take one can make a donation to New Hampshire Food Bank, and New Hampshire Electric Cooperative and Meredith Village Savings Bank will be matching the amount collected.
Resource Management Incorporated, located in Holderness, follows the mantra of being committed to the land, the environment and the people they serve. The company focuses on “down to Earth recycling solutions,” and provides organic residuals and recycling services to address the customers’ needs. They specialize in nutrient management strategies and approaches for farms, municipalities, site developers and other businesses around New England and New York.