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special section 2012 CORPORATE 100 Doyon, Limited 1 Doyon Place, Ste. 300 Fairbanks, AK 99701-2941 907-459-2000 Top Executive Aaron Schutt, Pres. & CEO

Business Activities: For-profit regional Native corporation

Year Founded: 1972 Estab. in Alaska: 1972

Corporate Citizenship: Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce, Anchorage Convention & Visitors Bureau, Alaska Federation of Natives and various civic and charitable groups.

Employees & Revenue Alaska: 1,120 Worldwide: 2,596

www.doyon.com | info@doyon.com

Alaska: $312.00M Global: $468.00M

Business Activities: Alaska's largest energy utility with 132,000 meters serving over 350,000 Alaskans. Transmission and distribution gas system.

Year Founded: 1961 Estab. in Alaska: 1961

Corporate Citizenship: United Way, Habitat for Humanity, AWAIC, local chamber.

Employees & Revenue Alaska: 180 Worldwide: 180

Native Organization

ENSTAR Natural Gas Co. PO Box 190288 Anchorage, AK 99519 907-277-5551

Continental Energy Systems

Top Executive Colleen Starring, Pres.

Troy, MI

www.enstarnaturalgas.com | info@enstarnaturalgas.com

Utility

Everts Air Cargo PO Box 61680 Fairbanks, AK 99706

Business Activities: Freight and passenger transportation in Alaska with aircraft based in Deadhorse, Fairbanks and Anchorage, providing scheduled, flag-stop and charter flights.

Year Founded: 1995 Estab. in Alaska: 1995

907-450-2300 Top Executive Robert Everts, Owner/Pres.

Corporate Citizenship: Everts Air Cargo supports a variety of community events including Iron Dog, Paul Johnson Memorial 450 Race, Tundra Womens Coalition, World-Eskimo Indian Olympics, Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, etc.

Employees & Revenue Alaska: 287 Worldwide: 293

Transportation

evertsair.com | info@evertsair.com

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Dr. Travis Rector THE MEETING: American Astronomical Society Summer Meeting June 10-14, 2012 1,200 delegates Estimated Economic Impact: $1.4 Million

STAR POWER As a Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Dr. Travis Rector’s lens is often pointed skyward. But as a member of the American Astronomical Society (AAS), he also knew that Alaska could be as breathtaking as any view of deep space. So when the group started looking for a summer meeting location, Professor Rector made sure a meeting in Anchorage was in the stars. Now AAS members will have an Alaska adventure that’s simply out of this world!

Are you a member of a national or international association? Bring your group to Anchorage. Contact Visit Anchorage: meetings@anchorage.net | 907-257-2341

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Alaska Business Monthly’s 2012 Corporate 100 annual special section begins on page 86. Top citizens of industry are highlighted in this annu...