Arvig’s Brett Christiansen Named One of Prairie Business Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Professionals
Arvig is excited to announce Brett Christiansen, Engineering Manager at Arvig, has been selected for inclusion on Prairie Business magazine’s 2018 40 Under 40 list. The list features 40 of the top business professionals under the age of 40 in the northern Plains. Christiansen is featured in the December issue of the magazine.
“We are extremely proud to see Brett named as one of the top 40 professionals under 40 in our region by Prairie Business,” said Andy Klinnert, Director of Network Operations at Arvig, and Brett’s supervisor. “I am certain the positive impact he has already had in our industry will only continue to grow. But even more so than our industry, through his work and personal character, the positive impact he has had on the lives of the residents across the region is what I hold in the highest regard.”
Winners are nominated by supervisors or peers within their organizations. According to Prairie Business, they received more than 125 nominations from around the region.
“The region’s economy is strong, and that’s really giving young people an opportunity to shine,” said Tom Dennis, editor of Prairie Business. “And not only are these high achievers standouts in their work, but also they show exceptional devotion to their families and communities. The work-life balance they’ve achieved is impressive — and in my view, that makes their individual success stories all the more inspiring.”
Arvig is a full-service telecommunications provider, delivering cutting-edge technology to residential and business customers throughout the state of Minnesota for more than 65 years. In addition to providing Internet, television and local telephone services, Arvig also provides business telephone systems, managed services, security and more. Visit arvig.com for additional information.
About Prairie Business Magazine
For more than 15 years, Prairie Business has served as the only business-to-business magazine dedicated to the northern Plains region. More than 20,000 print and digital copies are distributed monthly. The magazine focuses on success and opportunities in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota and covers a variety of business topics including higher education, finance, architecture and engineering, agribusiness, energy, health care, economic development, tourism, technology and construction.