Joe Rhodes

Santa Says – Alpha Energy Solutions Was Very Good This Year 2014

Alpha Energy Solutions Christmas Party Every year, it seems, the Alpha Energy Solutions Christmas Party gets a little bit bigger. This year was no exception, as more than 300 guests enjoyed a delicious buffet dinner and entertainment at the Horseshoe Casino in southern Indiana. The annual celebration marked the company’s continued success, as Alpha associates from throughout the region and their families enjoyed getting to know each other. At the Managers Meeting before the party, more than 40 Alpha managers discussed a…

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Ben Rhodes Gets National Exposure

A crew from Fox Sports 1 spent Aug. 13 at Holy Cross High School, following Ben Rhodes through a typical day of high school, which included attending class and socializing with classmates. The crew also interviewed Ben’s parents, Joe and Lori, and some of Ben’s teachers. The network will broadcast live the Aug. 20 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, the UNOH 200, from Bristol, Va. The feature on the 17-year-old Louisville native, who will be competing in only his 3rd Truck Series race…

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Serious about Safety at Alpha Energy Solutions, Louisville Kentucky 40258

Alpha Energy Solutions Safety Director It’s an amazing accomplishment, and one that Alpha Energy Solutions‘ Safety Director, Cecil Sowers, says will continue to reap the rewards. This week the company reached a major milestone of 510,000 hours without a lost-time accident.  That goes back to October 2011. And if all goes well, Sowers expects to reach 750,000 hours by this fall. The hours include work on job sites, travel to and from work sites, and emergency calls. “In the unsure world…

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In Business Story, Rhodes Stresses Customer Service

  photo by Business First of Louisville The Nov. 9 edition of Louisville’s business newspaper, Business First, features a profile of Alpha Energy Solutions’ president Joe Rhodes. Reporter John Karman, not surprisingly, found Rhodes to be humble and driven to succeed. From the story: Humble in nature, Rhodes deflects most questions about his personal success, opting instead to give credit to his employees. He chalks up the success of his business to the company’s focus on customer service. Later in…

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