JL Gray kicked off it's all company meeting April 9th and it lasted through the morning of April 11th. Over the course of the meeting JL Gray provided various trainings for its employees.
The JL Gray maintenance techs attended various trainings and teamed up to build pipe lamps that would be raffled off to raise money for the Veterans Integration Center. Over 7000 dollars was raised for the VIC.
During the JL Gray all company meeting, JL Gray staff split up in to teams and came up with creative names and uniforms then competed against each other for bragging rights.
JL Gray attended opening day for the Albuquerque Isotopes, a triple-a affiliate of the Colorado Rockies.
Recently, Bobby Griffith, CFO of JL Gray and President of Apartment Association of New Mexico, joined other housing industry leaders in speaking at the state capitol in Santa Fe. The occasion was to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act (Civil Rights Act of 1968). Mr. Griffith spoke on the importance of this act and how it applies to affordable housing in rural communities. A large percentage of New Mexicans live in these rural areas with one-third of New Mexicans living in rental housing. Mr. Griffith was joined by Art Garcia, State Director of New Mexico USDA, Rural Development, Jay Czar, Executive Director of New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority, Connie Hettinga, President of Realtors Association of New Mexico, John Garcia, Executive Director of New Mexico Home Builders Association, Jack Thompson of New Mexico Mortgage Lenders Association and Steven Anaya of Realtors Association of New Mexico. Photos taken by LeRoy N. Sanchez