Alpine Bank is nominated for International Green Industry Hall of Fame

It has been recognized as green industry leader

Alpine Bank is among this year’s nominees for the International Green Industry Hall of Fame (IGIHOF). The 2015 Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized at the sixth annual IGIHOF Conference and Induction Ceremony on March 9 in Clovis, Calif.

Each year, IGIHOF seeks nominations from the public for individuals or businesses that are working toward an environmentally sustainable future. The 2015 nominees feature 30 pioneers, leaders and innovators in sustainability including, in addition to Alpine Bank, Al Gore, Earth Island Institute, Fetzer Vineyards, and the UC Santa Barbara Environmental Affairs Board.

This year, 14 nominees will be inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame.

About International Green Industry Hall of Fame

Founded in 2008, the International Green Industry Hall of Fame (IGIHOF) is an international organization that recognizes excellence in the green industry. Each year, IGIHOF recognizes individuals and organizations that have contributed to reducing the environmental effects from industrial production, have embraced green technology, or have developed products aimed at boosting energy efficiency, trimming waste, and reducing or eliminating the use or the production of harmful substances. The International Green Industry Hall of Fame honors the efforts these pioneers have made for future generations. Visit for more information.

About Alpine Bank

Alpine Bank is a $2.7 billion, employee-owned organization chartered in 1973 with headquarters in Glenwood Springs, Colo. With 38 banking offices across Colorado, Alpine Bank employs nearly 600 people and serves more than 130,000 customers with retail, business, wealth management*, mortgage and electronic banking services. Alpine Bank was recently elevated to a 5-star rating for financial strength by BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s leading bank rating firm. The 5-star rating is BauerFinancial’s highest rating for financial institutions. Learn more at


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