PLM Proudly Supports Oklahoma City Charities

“The Purple Way” means giving more than you take.  It is a motto and a lifestyle that our company has embraced since its inception.  The Purple Way is about going above and beyond; it is the reason we support and give back to our community.  Over the last few months, PLM has had the opportunity to embrace the Oklahoma City charitable community with our involvement with United Way Emerging Leaders and Oklahoma City Rescue Mission.

In August we had the opportunity partner with United Way and be a sponsor at the Emerging Leaders “Raising the Stakes” casino night fundraising event. United Way’s Emerging Leaders mission is to encourage adults under 40 to become the next generation of United Way Leaders by engaging them with peers, encouraging leadership growth, and exposing individuals to volunteer opportunities.

“The folks at PLM are always very generous and giving. Having PLM involved in United Way of Central Oklahoma means so much to me since I work with them on a daily basis. It’s nice to know that the folks I work with are quality people inside and out!” said Lindsey Fixley, Senior Landman, Ascent Resources.

In September, we were honored to sponsor the 18th annual Oklahoma City Rescue Mission of Hope Banquet.  City Rescue Mission is a private, faith-based nonprofit organization that offers homeless individuals shelter, food and clothing, along with the opportunity to end their homelessness through programs like our Bridge to Life recovery program.

These partnerships have been both enriching and rewarding to be a part of and we look forward to future opportunities to give back to our local communities, The Purple Way.

2017 PLM Summer Internship Program

By: Chase Montgomery

This summer, Purple Land Management hired four interns giving them the opportunity to see what life was like to work within the oil and gas industry. The degree fields for the interns ranged widely, from a law student to a geologist, making the class very well rounded. The internship was designed around a series of “lunch and learn” sessions that covered different aspects of what we do at Purple Land Management. Each session speaker was someone within the company whose job revolved heavily around the topic of the week. The first session covered title basics, while the following sessions covered leasing and our GIS Overdrive program. Each session included a question and answer portion where the interns had the chance to really understand the intricacies of each aspect of a land services company. The lunch and learn sessions were a complete success that added valuable insight to the internship program.

The interns were given the chance to complete two separate projects during their time with Purple. The first weeks of their internship were spent running supplemental title in the state of Ohio. This project gave the interns a taste of what it is like to be a true Landman. Each intern was responsible for their own work, as well as making sure all corrections were completed quickly and efficiently. This project also gave them a chance to read full title opinions and see what a completed parcel looks like, not to mention the amount of work that goes into it. Completing this project was an ideal way to introduce title to the intern team.

The second project the intern team was given was a rush project for a client in Ohio. It involved drafting leases and ratifications so that the client would be able to have a “mass signing”where they would be able to lease an entire area all at once. The tight deadline for this project pushed the interns to stay focused and organized from start to finish, and gave them the opportunity to perform under pressure. Each intern worked diligently and made sure that the project was completed before the deadline.

“Purple Land Management’s summer internship program was a truly valuable experience. The weekly lunches that included hearing from experienced land men about how our work fit in to the bigger picture here at Purple were both interesting and informative. Overall the internship program was tremendous” said Scott Trostle.

While the internship program was focused mainly on education and title abstracting, they did manage to have a little fun as well. The team was treated to a Texas Rangers Baseball game for all their hard work. This program was an incredible experience for both the intern team and all that interacted with them; we can’t wait to have another group of interns next year!

Submit your application here if you are interested in applying for our next internship program!

PLM and the Rojas-Garner Twins Doing Their Part – Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief

After already dealing with an economic crisis and serious issues from other recent hurricanes with devastating effects, Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico extremely hard.  Many families are still without power and the overall relief response has not been adequate, leaving the country in desperate need of help and supplies.

Ricardo Rojas’ twins, Adila Violeta and Emiliano Ricardo (seen in the picture doing their part) attend Mi Casita, a Spanish Immersion Preschool in Fort Worth, where they have helped organize a donation and relief effort for those families in desperate need of supplies.  The Rojas-Garner family practices giving more than they take and have enlisted PLM to help collect donations and to show their support and do it the Purple Way!