Array Technologies Joins Forces with the Domestic Violence Resource Center of New Mexico

Array Tech and the DVRC become community partners at annual luncheon

Albuquerque, NM – 10/17/13 – Each year the Domestic Violence Resource Center of New Mexico invites Albuquerque and Rio Rancho community members to attend a business luncheon in support of ending domestic violence in the state of New Mexico and empowering victims to take action against domestic abuse and violence.

The 2013 Business Leadership Luncheon, sponsored in part by Array Technologies, will take place at the Embassy Suites Hotel off of Woodward Place in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Tuesday, October, 22nd at 11:30 a.m.  This year’s event will feature speaker Roberta Cooper Ramo, an attorney from local law firm Modrall Sperling.  Ms. Cooper Ramo will speak about both her personal and professional experiences in a segment titled “Leadership in New Mexico…Are special skills required?”

Array Technologies is honored to support the DVRC at this annual event and will join twelve other local businesses participating with the DVRC in order to help accomplish their mission in the state of New Mexico.  If you or someone you know is interested in supporting the Domestic Violence Resource Center of New Mexico, please visit

About Array Technologies: 

Array Technologies is the worldwide market leader in tracking solutions for utility, commercial and residential solar electric systems, with over 1.7 gigawatts shipped and installed across the globe. Array’s innovation and leadership in ground mount fixed-rack and solar tracker design has established the industry standard for cost-effective, robust, reliable and easy to install PV solutions with over two decades of field experience. Headquartered in Albuquerque, NM, Array Technologies’ ground mount solutions are engineered and manufactured in the USA. For more information about Array Technologies, Inc., please visit

About the Domestic Violence Resource Center of New Mexico: 

We exist to make a positive impact in the lives of adult and child victims in order to break the cycle of domestic abuse and violence. We focus on crisis intervention, safety, education and empowerment with all victims of domestic violence; including community members with low to moderate incomes. To learn more about the DVRC, please visit them online at 

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