In Our Community
In and Around Our Community
Maxivolt is committed to giving back to the community that has supported our business since 1988. Our employees, customers, and the community are important to us and we understand we wouldn’t be where we are today without them. This is our simple way of saying thank you to everyone in Amarillo and the surrounding areas.
The IEC Texas Panhandle Education Foundation Golf Tournament
Cris Wingate our Vice President, and Dillon Kizarr, Project Manager, Javier Caro, Senior Project Manager, and John Wingate, Senior Project Manager showed their support for the IEC Texas Panhandle Education Foundation by participating in their annual fundraising golf tournament.
The IEC Texas Panhandle Chapter is an organization of merit shop electrical contractors dedicated to providing industry-related education and training, business management, legislative participation, safety materials, and training.
2023 Mud Mania
Maxivolt was proud to participate in the 14th annual Mud Mania Volleyball Tournament with all proceeds benefitting the Randall County Sheriffs Office – Employee Assistance Fund.
The Maxivolt team made it through several rounds but were finally eliminated in a close match by an equally talented team.
As a Platinum Plus sponsor of the event, we feel we were able to give back a little to a community that has supported our business since 1988.
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Dance of the???? Yeah, We're not Sure
Cris Wingate our Vice President, along with Dillon Kizarr, one of our seasoned Project Managers, performed for the crowd at the Sod Poodles game on Thursday night. We’re not sure what the dance was but it was executed flawlessly.
Side note: Maxivolt management disavows any knowledge of their employment or association with Maxivolt and is not responsible for counseling or therapy sessions that may arise as a result of viewing their performance below.
The First Pitch
Jeanette Wingate, our Operations and Production Lead had the privilege of throwing out the first pitch in the Sod Poodles game. Jeanette or “Jet” as she’s referred to, feels fully qualified to throw out the first pitch having spent many years playing baseball with her children and grandchildren.
KAMR Studio 4 Interview
Thank you to Sheryl Proctor of KAMR Amarillo for having Maxivolt on their Studio 4 segment. Jeanette Wingate, our Operations and Production Lead, along with Cris Wingate, Vice President, spoke with KAMRs Andy Justice about our business and our 35th anniversary celebration. Cris emphasized our gratefulness to local Amarillo community for the support we’ve received over the years which has contributed in our 35 years in business.
Jeanette spoke about our humble beginnings and how we’ve grown over the years. She was also excited to mention that she was throwing out the first pitch in the Amarillo Sod Poodles baseball game on Thursday night (6-29-23).
Visit My High Plains to watch the interview online.
And don’t forget to visit The Amarillo Sod Poodles website for schedule and ticket information.
McDonald Lake Clean-up
Amarillo Parks & Recreation hosted a clean-up event at McDonald Lake. The lake had flooded during our recent severe weather events and now that it’s receding, trash and debris are everywhere. Volunteers arrived at 9am sharp to assist our New Mayor and other council members to walk around the lake area and pick up trash. Coffee and Donuts were provided as well as all the supplies needed for trash pickup. Several of our Maxivolt team members volunteered to help.
Over 35 Years Experience & Knowledge Protecting Industries from Transient Voltage
Product selection, placement, and installation are critical to the performance of a surge suppression system. Maxivolt determines what devices are needed based on the immunity level of the specific electrical load to be protected. The placement of the devices is then determined based on the ideal location to maximize protection against both externally and internally generated power surges. Next the device must be installed as “the path of least resistance” in the system. Coordination of these 3 critical factors ensures the client’s surge protection system will perform to it’s optimum capabilities.