ATG’s Carey Davis Nominated for Missoula Downtown Association Award

ATG's Carey Davis Nominated for Missoula Downtown Association Award

Jay Allen
ATG Cares
Feb 3, 2017
Carey Davis

H aving a healthy, vibrant downtown for people to work and play is very important to Carey Davis, ATG’s Director of Operations and Employee Services.

Her contributions to the downtown Missoula community were recently recognized when she was nominated for the Missoula Downtown Association’s Employee of the Year award.

Davis was nominated for the award because of her willingness to “go the extra mile to make downtown Missoula a great community to be part of and a great place to work,” according to Kymberly Corwin, ATG’s Managed Services practice leader.

Carey works hard to promote and maintain a vibrant downtown Missoula. She is passionate about her work here at ATG and the people she works with, and she is dedicated to her community.”

Kymberly Corwin

The Missoula Downtown Association recognized a select handful of businesses, volunteers, and entrepreneurs at its annual banquet while celebrating 40 years of working to improve downtown Missoula.

“ATG is honored to have Carey nominated for the Missoula Downtown Employee of the Year,” according to Tom Stergios, ATG’s Senior Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development and General Manager of the company’s Missoula office. “Vibrant, economically healthy downtowns are key to communities. Carey’s service has helped make Missoula a stronger community.”

The Missoula Downtown Association is a not-for-profit membership-based organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and enhancing the vitality of downtown Missoula. The organization has over 400 business members, including ATG.


Jay Allen is ATG's Director of Marketing and the only living recipient of the Quote 2 Cast Summit Lifetime Achievement Award - an honor, while coveted, that has no actual cash value.



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