RMR files name change with SEC

On Jan. 24, 2020, Rocky Mountain Resources Industrials Inc. CEO Gregory Dangler filed a Schedule 14C report to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission stating that the company had changed its name to Rocky Mountain Industrials Inc.

The filing references a Notice of Action sent by the Rocky Mountain Resources Industrials Inc. Board of Directors on Jan. 14 to holders of common stock in the company regarding the name change.

According to the SEC filing, the name change was to take effect 20 days after the Jan. 14 notice to stockholders, or Feb. 4.

To see the SEC filing, click here.

The name change means that the company acronym, which has been RMR, will now become RMI.

References to the company on the LoveGlenwood website will use this new acronym and name. Blog posts pre-dating the Feb. 4 name change effective date will retain the previous company name.

Jan. 1 leadership shuffle

The name change comes just a few weeks after the company announced a leadership shuffle that moved Gregory Dangler, previously RMR’s president, into the CEO position that had been held by Chad Brownstein.

In a Jan. 3, 2020, SEC filing, RMR announced that Brownstein “has retired from his position of Chief Executive Officer of RMR Industrials, Inc.,” effective Jan. 1. Brownstein would “continue in his position as non-executive Chairman of the Board of Directors and remain an employee of the Company for the near term.”

In 2019, RMR paid $438,576 to the law firm of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP, for lobbying services with federal officials at the U.S. Department of Interior. The law firm’s chairman, Norm Brownstein, is Chad Brownstein’s father. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt, who oversees BLM, is a former employee of the law firm.

The Jan. 3 filing also notes that RMR had hired John Anderson, a former regional vice president of operations for Quikrete, to serve as company president, responsible for day-to-day operations.

Read the Jan. 3 SEC filing here.

Read RMR’s most recent complete SEC financial filing, covering the period of March 2018 to March 2019, here.

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  1. Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Hill

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    As a 3ed & 4th generation Coloradan, I am appalled. as to how this money is being spent. People who make these unforeseen decisions, have no desire to think, or hear what workers, residents, & businesses want. Many people have said NO NO NO, to the expansion of this quary. Colorado is a beautiful state. How your money is spent, is not thought out properly.
    Glenwood Springs, & the valley that surrounds it, do not wish for this area to be ruined by someone’s unnecessary decisions. Glenwood Springs, has blbeautiful scenery. It is also known for it’s natural hot springs pool, the caves that have been recently discovered, hiking trails etc.
    My husband & I moved to Glenwood Springs, from the Denver area, because of the beauty it offers. Glenwood Springs is a small mountain town, without the smog. Let’s keep it that way!! Colorado is a beautiful state & we don’t want it ruined.

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