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 August 13, 1999

The Eye; StarTek’s Morgan

Sometimes the market’s too good to pass up.
The Eye has learned of a sizable stock sale by a Northern Colorado executive, namely StarTek Inc. president and CEO Michael Morgan.

The Eye has learned of a sizable stock sale by a Northern Colorado executive, namely StarTek Inc. president and CEO Michael Morgan.
Seems that Morgan recently sold 130,000 shares of StarTek common stock, grossing $2.23 million to $2.66 million in the process. The shares were sold for $17.12 to $20.50 apiece.
The shares in the call-center company were sold from June 1 through June 16. Morgan continues to own 835,843 shares of the company, which has been expanding rapidly in recent years, including adding new facilities in Grand Junction and Laramie.
StarTek was founded in Greeley but has since shifted its headquarters to Denver.n n nThe Eye wanders past the headquarters of TSN Inc. fairly regularly these days. The Frederick-based company relocated last year from Gunbarrel to a stretch of Interstate 25 in the Del Camino area.
But someone else has spotted TSN as well, namely Hispanic Business magazine, which ranks it No. 62 out of the 100 fastest-growing Hispanic-owned companies in the nation.
TSN, a distributor of convenience-store supplies, posted sales growth of 444.74 percent from 1994 to 1998, according to the magazine, with gross sales of $60.9 million last year. It was the only Northern Colorado company to make the list.The Eye wanders past the headquarters of TSN Inc. fairly regularly these days. The Frederick-based company relocated last year from Gunbarrel to a stretch of Interstate 25 in the Del Camino area.
But someone else has spotted TSN as well, namely Hispanic Business magazine, which ranks it No. 62 out of the 100 fastest-growing Hispanic-owned companies in the nation.
TSN, a distributor of convenience-store supplies, posted sales growth of 444.74 percent from 1994 to 1998, according to the magazine, with gross sales of $60.9 million last year. It was the only Northern Colorado company to make the list.

Sometimes the market’s too good to pass up.
The Eye has learned of a sizable stock sale by a Northern Colorado executive, namely StarTek Inc. president and CEO Michael Morgan.

The Eye has learned of a sizable stock sale by a Northern Colorado executive, namely StarTek Inc. president and CEO Michael Morgan.
Seems that Morgan recently sold 130,000 shares of StarTek common stock, grossing $2.23 million to $2.66 million in the process. The shares were sold for $17.12 to $20.50 apiece.
The shares in the call-center company were sold from June 1 through June 16. Morgan continues to own 835,843 shares…

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