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Dan Furphy

President and Chief Executive Officer

Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone: (307) 721-4032

Email: d***@***.org

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Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce

3001 E Grand Ave

Laramie, Wyoming 82070

United States

Company Description

LCBA Marketing Committee is a dedicated team of individuals whose goal is to facilitate, teach, and provide marketing specific materials and to help to LCBA members on the marketing front. Faced with the challenge of promoting LCBA and its events, this co ... more

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The First National Bank of Wyoming

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University of Wyoming

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Laramie Economic Development Corporation :: NEWSLETTER MAY 2012 [cached]

Dan Furphy, First National Bank

On April 10, 2012, Dan Furphy joined an esteemed group of community leaders who have served and supported the mission of the Laramie Economic Development Corporation in an outstanding manner. Dan was bestowed the honor of becoming LEDC Director Emeritus. Dan_Furphy.jpg
In commenting on Dan's achievement, Mark Mader, LEDC Historian, said, "Dan has been an excellent board member for many years.
Dan was elected to the LEDC Board on two occasions; once in 1990 and again in 2001. He contributed to the corporation for these past 11 years, while serving on the Executive Board from 2004-2008. Dan was Chair for the organization during the 2006-2007 program year.
Dan Furphy co-founded the Laramie Beautification Committee, a community coalition committed to identifying and implementing beautification projects in Laramie. He remains a Co-Chair of this committee, which for many years has benefited economic development and enhanced the quality of life in the City of Laramie and Albany County.

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"It's a story that really needs to be told more," said Dan Furphy, Laramie Chamber Business Alliance (LCBA) CEO and president, of the relocation of Tungsten Heavy Powder and Parts manufacturing operation from China to Laramie.

The Laramie plant expected to supply tungsten components for military, industrial engineering and medical markets.
Furphy said that Tungsten CEO Joe Sery has committed to creating at least 25 jobs when the manufacturing plant opens and doubling the number within the first five years.
Furphy added the company expects demand for its products to exceed projections.
"It's going add jobs with good wages in the community," Furphy said.
The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approval of a $2.9 million Business Committed grant to construct a 15,500 square-foot facility was essential to the relocation, Furphy said. The facility will be built on land contributed by the LCBA in the Laramie River Business Park II, valued at approximately $900,000. Tungsten committed to provide cash for an architectural design at a cost of just more than $160,000. Any additional match to cover project costs exceeding that amount has also been committed by the company. The LCBA would collect lease payments from Tungsten, which the Alliance committed to reinvesting in economic development opportunities in Laramie.
State support through the WBC as represented by SLIB grants has been a vital part of economic diversity efforts in Laramie and the state, Furphy said. State support led to the construction of a new facility for Underwriters Laboratory, scheduled to be completed this spring, and an accompanying speculative building in the Cirrus Sky Technology Park. He said the LCBA has been meeting with prospective tenants for the speculative building including a data center. A proposal for a new facility for Bright Agrotech is planned to be submitted to the WBC in March.
Furphy said the LBCA tried to convince Staples to stay in Laramie, offering them assistance in finding a new location.

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