The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) Honors OnTrac at Expansion Celebration

Posted on Feb 19, 2018 11:09:24 AM

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From left to right: EDAWN Executive Vice President of Business Development Stan Thomas, OnTrac Chief Financial Officer Thomas Fischer, OnTrac Corporate Account Manager Erin Metscher, and City of Reno Assistant City Manager Bill Thomas. Photo provided by photographer Susan Mantle.


OnTrac has witnessed significant growth in Northern Nevada. Announced in early October, OnTrac had 200 available positions at the Sparks, Nevada facility and plans have been put in place to expand the current facility into a hub, which is over 150,000 square feet. The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) recognized this positive change created by OnTrac in Northern Nevada and honored the company at the annual New and Expanded Companies Event. 

The event took place on December 7, 2017 at the Peppermill Resort, Spa and Casino. A total of 29 companies including OnTrac were recognized at the event along with over 400 business and community guests in attendance. EDAWN Executive Vice President of Business Development Stan Thomas and City of Reno Bill Thomas presented an award on stage to OnTrac Chief Financial Officer Thomas Fischer and OnTrac Corporate Account Manager Erin Metscher.

EDAWN CEO and President Mike Kazmierski says, “2017 has been an exciting year of growth and positive change in the Greater Reno-Sparks area and most certainly for OnTrac. EDAWN’s annual event is all about new and expanded companies in our region this year. We are very excited to honor them at the celebration this year and look forward to seeing their company growth.”

EDAWN was established in 1983 and is committed to positively impacting the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks by diversifying the economy through recruiting new companies, supporting existing companies and assisting newly forming companies in the region. OnTrac is a Presidential Gold Investor with EDAWN and Erin Metscher serves on the EDAWN Board of Trustees.

Topics: Award, Reno, Nevada, EDAWN