DR2 Named Partner for Progress

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Duncan Recycling and Refining named Partner for Progress


The Oklahoma Association for Technology Centers recognized top industry partners for training and employing thousands of Oklahoma workers through CareerTech technology center programs this Wednesday at the annual Partners for Progress awards ceremony.


Red River Technology Center selected  Duncan Recycling and Refining (DR2) for their commitment to advancing career and technical education through the utilization of RRTC’s programs and through exemplary commitments to workforce excellence and education in the community.


State secretary for commerce, Sean Kouplen, who was on hand to congratulate award recipients said, “Partners for Progress represents a powerful alliance between CareerTech and employers to train Oklahomans and put them to work in quality jobs.  Last year alone, almost 7,000 organizations took advantage of CareerTech training resulting in more than 350,000 enrollments statewide.  That is a powerful step toward building a top ten state with skilled workers.”


DR2 co-owners David Nichols, Mark Spradling and Steve Threet built the business on the foundation of sound business principles, over-the-top customer service, and revolutionary business practices. Red River Technology Center and its continuously evolving and growing partnership with Duncan Recycling and Refining means a bright future for the many people and businesses both organizations serve.


For more information about Red River Technology Center and its programs, visit www.rrtc.edu or call 580-255-2903.


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