Redfish Gives Back – Announcing the Annual “Redfish Technology Young Entrepreneur Scholarship”

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Redfish Gives Back – Announcing the Annual “Redfish Technology Young Entrepreneur Scholarship”


Philanthropy and community service have always been tenets in Redfish Technology’s mission to “Diligently work to preserve and improve the quality of life in our community.” To that end, Redfish CEO Rob Reeves has paired up with Wood River High School’s senior class president Jake Gorham to ease the financial burden of secondary education (college & trade schools) with a donation of $1,000 to the Blaine County Education Foundation.


As a compliment to BCEF’s goal “…to focus community resources and raise funds for the students of Blaine County School District, promoting academic excellence, equitable education, and a healthy and sustainable student environment.”, the Redfish Technology scholarship is aimed at helping students who show initiative, creativity and drive and can be applied towards either the first year of college or a capital investment for a local Wood River Valley based business. Recipients of Blaine County Education Foundation scholarships will be announced in concert with Spring 2020 High School graduation ceremonies.





Redfish Technology Fall Community Service Project With The Hunger Coalition

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Redfish Technology Fall Community Service Project With The Hunger Coalition



Redfish Technology teams up for this quarter’s service project to help the Hunger Coalition with their Fall harvest.  Founded in 2003 in response to the absence of a countywide system for the provision of food assistance to local individuals and families experiencing hunger, The Hunger Coalition consists of 8 inter-related programs ensuring access to basic nutrition and offering the support and resources necessary to assist clients in the transition out of food insecurity. It was our pleasure to contribute to such an important resource for our local community!

Sun Valley Wellness – The Men of Wellness: Scott Carlin, Rob Reeves, and Nick Maricich

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Sun Valley Wellness Festival & The Men of Wellness.

SVPN-Wellness Festival Welcome

Premier Wellness Event

Recognized as one of the top wellness events in the US, this year’s Sun Valley Wellness Festival brought together over 20 top speakers, writers and practitioners addressing body, mind, and spiritual wellness, including Alan Cohen of Chicken Soup for the Soul, anti-aging pioneer Dr. Uzzi Reiss, yoga master Saul David Raye, author of Eat, Pray, Love Elizabeth Gilbert and others came to inspire the valley to be well.


The Sun Valley Wellness Festival defines wellness as “the dynamic process of becoming aware of Read more »

Idaho Leader PODCAST – Give it a listen!

Filed under: Community Service, High Tech / IT / Software, Stimulating Ideas

Idaho Leader PODCAST

Rob Reeves, Idaho CEO of Redfish Technology, By Ben Davidson

Idaho Leader podcast: Rob Reeves

Rob Reeves, CEO of Redfish Technology, based in Hailey, Idaho shares his award winning company culture with the community, job seekers, and the Idaho Leader Podcast.  Whether he’s recruiting a software engineer into an exciting company or snorkeling with his employees during their 90 minute lunch period; Rob shares his desire to do work that’s rewarding, fun, and betters the world.


Give it a listen!

Redfish Technology Snags Place in Top Ten “Best Places to Work”

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Redfish on the #BPTW List for the Third Year Running

Best Places to Work 2015

POPULUS has named Redfish Technology among the top ten Best Places to Work in Idaho for the third year in a row. The award is given for the company’s efforts and commitment to creating engaging workplaces.


Redfish Technology is thrilled to announce it has been honored as a ‘Best Places to Work’ in Idaho honoree for the third year running. In 2013 and 2014, Redfish won first place in the micro employer category. On April 16, the rankings for 2015 will be revealed, stay tuned to see if Redfish makes it to #1 for a third year!


Being honored as a BPTW company is important because the recognition attests to a company’s commitment to its staff, customers, and community. “We truly care about our Redfish family and our community,” affirms Heidi Clark Read more »

Redfish Rocks Out at the Share Your Heart Ball 2015

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The 2015 Share Your Heart Ball wasn’t voted “Best of the Valley” for Best Charity Event for nuthin’.

It was another rocking great time with inspiring people sharing fabulous stories. The community really comes out to support Camp Rainbow Gold, the oncology youth camp. Many individuals and companies generously donated great silent and live auction items, and paddles were raised to donate cash. Attendees engaged in a variety of games, enjoyed a lovely dinner, and then enjoyed the groovy tunes of No Limits.

Redfish Technology made a strong showing this year with a company 12-top table. The fishes tried their hand at the wine ring toss, sent up pine cone prayers, and not-so-quietly bid at the great variety of silent auction items. When it came time to donate the group raised paddles high all around the table! Then we headed to the dance floor and cut that rug!

Redfish Tech Paddles High at SYHB

Redfish Tech Paddles High at SYHB


Redfish sends out a big thank you to the Share Your Heart Ball leaders and volunteers. Your work is so important and valuable to so many and we salute you and appreciate the opportunity you have given us to contribute. And you throw a great party too!


Rob & Eric Dancing at SYHB 2015

Rob & Eric Dancing at SYHB 2015


For anyone who doesn’t know, the Camp Rainbow Gold has grown from a week of camp to year-round programs that include five camps, teen support groups, college scholarships and other programs across the state of Idaho dedicated to supporting children diagnosed with cancer and their families.


The Share Your Heart Ball is the primary fundraising event benefiting Camp Rainbow Gold’s programs and each year more than 400 of the region’s most spirited and generous guests join together for an incredible evening of socializing, fine dining, impressive live and silent auction bidding and dancing late into the night, all with the purpose of giving these children joy and hope.




Recruiter and Former ECHL Player Mike Curry Plays for the Idaho Steelheads

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Hockey Player By Night

Recruiter by Day, Hockey Player by Night


Last Friday Mike had to leave work early, coming into the office and setting up some final interviews before he headed out to the CenturyLink Arena to play for the Idaho Steelheads.


Curry took one shot on goal and lined up some quality shots for the Steelheads in his brief stint on ice Friday night. The 30-year-old Curry played one ECHL season in 2008-09 and had a four-year NCAA career at Minnesota-Duluth. He currently plays for the senior league club the Sun Valley Suns.


Thursday night Curry got a phone call from Steelheads coach Brad Ralph asking him to fill in in the first-place showdown with the Reign. The Steelheads were down a defenseman since Charlie Dodero was on loan to the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL.


Recruiter by Day


Read more about this playoff and coach Ralph’s rolodex on the Idaho Statesman website.

Sun Valley resident helps Steelheads in a pinch

Former ECHL player Mike Curry fills in for short-handed Idaho in loss to Ontario.


Learn more about Mike Curry

Redfish Technology kicks off 2015’s ‘One for One’ Program with Donations to The Advocates and Camp Rainbow Gold

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Top Producer, Meredith Dean, at Redfish Technology, chooses two of her favorite valley organizations to donate this quarter’s ‘One for One’ community service funds.

One4One Tricia Swartling Advocates Meredith Dean Rob Reeves

Meredith Dean hands a check to Tricia Swartling, Executive Director of The Advocates Meredith Dean Rob Reeves


As top producer this quarter, Executive Recruiter Meredith Dean had the privilege of selecting the beneficiary of this quarter’s ‘One for One’ program funds. Redfish Technology, Nationwide Tech Recruiters headquartered in the Sun Valley area, runs a community service initiative called the ‘One for One’ program. This program designates funds from each placement made to build up a pool of money that is awarded on a quarterly basis; the top producer of the quarter gets the distinction of choosing the beneficiary.


Meredith Dean, Tech Recruiter at Redfish Technology, chose to split the One for One funds this quarter between The Advocates and Camp Rainbow Gold. Both of these community organizations provide important services to the community.


Meredith presented a check to Director Tricia Swartling of The Advocates. The organization’s mission is to teach people of all ages how to build and maintain healthy relationships. Started in 1991, The Advocates is actively engaged in creating their vision of a compassionate community, free from emotional and physical abuse through education, shelter and support services.


“The Advocates is really excited to be a recipient of Redfish Technology’s One for One program. We are always looking for unique partnership opportunities with local businesses for donations of time, talent, and funds to support The Advocates’ services to the community,” stated Tricia Swartling, Executive Director at The Advocates. “I really appreciate Redfish taking the initiative in this area and being a role model for local business philanthropy.”

Redfish Technology will again have a table at the Share Your Heart Fundraiser

Redfish Technology will again have a table at the Share Your Heart Fundraiser


Funds for Camp Rainbow Gold were used to purchase a table at the upcoming Share Your Heart fundraiser. Camp Rainbow Gold is independent non-profit organization that serves Idaho’s children diagnosed with cancer; established in the mid-1980s, this group provides one of the first children’s oncology camps in the country.


“I chose to donate to The Advocates and to Camp Rainbow Gold because they are both fantastic organizations that help our community,” said Meredith Dean, Tech Recruiter and die-hard Seahawk fan. “I’m really looking forward to the Share Your Heart on February 21st – See you there.”


About Redfish Technology’s ‘One for One’ Program:

Redfish Technology staff started the ‘One for One’ Community Service program in 2013. After a year hiatus, in which the Redfish recruiters carried out a Pay It Forward program, the staff has now reactivated the One for One program. Past recipients of One for One funds include: the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley, and the Sawtooth United Football Club.


About Meredith Dean, Executive Recruiter, IT Division:

Meredith has a degree in business from the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, and enjoyed a successful sales career in the pharmaceutical and health care industry prior to taking up recruiting in the Sun Valley area.


Media Contact:
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Movember Madness at Redfish – Movember Finalé!

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The Month of MOvember has come to an end!

Redfish Technology #Movember2014 Wrap Up

Redfish Technology #Movember2014 Wrap Up


Donations Update

Thank you to Mike Shepard and Mathieu Computer for making donations to the Redfish team!

“Way to finish strong. Didn’t think I would see more than catapillar fuzz.” – Mike Shepard – Donated $50

“Hey way to go Redfish! – You hairy beasts!” – Eric Mathieu, Mathieu Computer – Donated $25


It’s not too late to make a donation!

Redfish Technology is matching all donations up to $250, so pony up to support Men’s Health Issues & Research!


The Hirsute Recruiters


 Piggins the reveal  Taco's end of whiskers  Rob's naked chin and hairy lip (3)
(Grizzly Adams) Piggins – the reveal Mike Curry – the end of whiskers Rob’s naked chin and hairy lip


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Did you know that?

1 in 4 adults will experience a mental health problem in a given yearYou can spread the word all year to help make a difference. For more info, go to








Movember Madness at Redfish – That Awkward Stage!

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Helping to Save Men!


Redfish to Match Donations

Make Yours Now to Save our Men!
Redfish Technology is on a mission to help spread the word about men’s health issues. So much so that we’ll match the first $250 in donations that the team raises!  Make your contribution today by visiting the Redfish Movember page!

That Awkward Stage:

Jon (Grizzly Adams) Piggins- Half Way thru Movember Mike Curry - Mo’-ing On Up - Half Way thru Movember Rob Reeves – Filling It In - Half Way thru Movember
Jon (Grizzly Adams) Piggins
Mike Curry – Mo’-ing On Up Rob Reeves – Filling It In


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Did you know that?

Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in young men aged 15-35 Help spread the word about Men’s Health!