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Primary Electric Helps Minnesota Veteran Families By Donating Annual Home Electrical Service Upgrade

Primary Electric, electrical contractor in Maple Grove, donates electrical service upgrade for the family home of active duty Minnesota National Guard member. Project marks beginning of Firm's annual pledge to help Minnesota veteran families.

 
 
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PRLog - Jan. 30, 2010 - Primary Electric, a licensed electrical contractor located in Maple Grove, recently donated a complete new 200 amp electrical service upgrade, which included all labor, electrical permits and materials, for the Cottage Grove family home of First Sergeant Larry Clatt of the Minnesota Army National Guard. This project, completed on January 11, 2010, marks the beginning of Primary Electric’s annual commitment to show thanks by providing a no-cost electrical service upgrade to one deserving Minnesota veteran family.

The recipient of this donation was the family of First Sergeant Larry Clatt of the Minnesota Army National Guard. First Sergeant Clatt, who has been in active duty in Iraq since February 2008, is a 22-year veteran of the Minnesota Army National Guard serving in the 34th Infantry Division Rock Band, responsible for keeping the morale of the deployed soldiers high. As First Sergeant, he is in command of 45 soldiers, a very responsible job in any military unit, with even more emphasis when citizen-soldiers are in a combat zone.

“Our military personnel, and their families at home, are making a tremendous sacrifice for our country,” said Chris Boettcher, owner of Primary Electric. “I wanted to show my thanks and support each year by giving one Minnesota soldier and family a no-cost new electrical service upgrade for their home. With the generous support of our supplier partners, we were able to make this happen for a very deserving family.”

First Sergeant Clatt resides in Cottage Grove with his wife Sue and has two sons and a daughter. When he is back in Minnesota, First Sergeant Larry Clatt is an IT Technician for the Minnesota National Guard, responsible for keeping the technology needs of the guard at a high level of readiness.

As a show of support for this initiative, Primary Electric supplier partners Viking Electric, General Electric and Lee Noonan Company, donated materials to assist in the completion of this project.

About Primary Electric, Inc.
Founded in 2006, Primary Electric, Inc. is a full-service electrical contracting firm located in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Primary Electric serves residential, commercial and industrial clients in the greater Twin Cities Metro area, offering carefully planned and well-executed electrical projects in the areas of electrical system maintenance and installation of new power distribution systems. www.PrimaryElectric.com . Tel: 763.213.6262

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About Primary Electric, Inc.
Founded in 2006, Primary Electric, Inc. is a full-service electrical contracting firm located in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Primary Electric serves residential, commercial and industrial clients in the greater Twin Cities Metro area, offering carefully planned and well-executed electrical projects in the areas of electrical system maintenance and installation of new power distribution systems. www.PrimaryElectric.com . Tel: 763.213.6262

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