Sunday, January 18, 2009

Steven Frei Elected to Grow Idaho Falls Board of Directors

Steven Frei of NAI Commerce One was elected as Secretary to the Grow Idaho Falls Board of Directors on Friday. It is a five year commitment, and Steven will be serving as Secretary, then 2nd VP, 1st VP, President, and Past President.

Steven said, "I look forward to the opportunity to serve the community and work with the great people at Grow Idaho Falls for years to come."

The Board of Directors held their annual retreat on Friday, and broke into groups to discuss their target industries: Tourism, Energy, Agriculture, & Medicine (TEAM.)

About Grow Idaho Falls

GROW IDAHO FALLS, INC., is an investor-based organization dedicated to the development and growth of Idaho Falls, Ammon and Bonneville County, playing an important role in the expansion of existing business, job retention and the attraction of new business to the area.

Originally called the Eastern Idaho Economic Development Council, GROW IDAHO FALLS, INC. has been in existence since 2000. Linda Martin, Executive Director of Grow Idaho Falls, has spearheaded recent efforts including a newly designed web site and a new Bonneville County properties database through Location One information systems. Investors in the community are integral to the success of the organization in achieving its main goal: "to create good paying jobs with benefits for the people and families of our community."

About Steven Frei

Frei brings a wealth of experience to the Grow Idaho Falls board as a commercial real estate specialist in industrial and investment properties. A self-described "CPA with a personality", Steven earned his B.A. in accounting from Boise State University and is a principal and an associate broker at NAI Commerce One. He has over 20 years experience in business ownership and management, with 13 years experience managing, purchasing, and selling commercial real estate. He is active in other community organizations including Rotary and is the former President of the Skyline High School Booster Club.

No comments: