Monday Morning Chat: 5 minutes with Greg Bauer of Royal T Electric |

Monday Morning Chat: 5 minutes with Greg Bauer of Royal T Electric

Greg Bauer, of Royal T Electric, stands in front of his truck outside of the Colorado Inn and Suites, where he does electrical work.
Mary Austin

Hometown: “Loveland.”

How long have you lived here: “9 years.”

What brought you here: “Family.”

Name of your business: “Royal T Electric.”

How did you get started with your business: “The economy was down. With the electrical trade, my father was an electrician.”

Motto or outlook on life: “Do whatever it takes to get it done.”

Favorite thing about life in Northwest Colorado: “I’d say the outdoors and the wildlife. Outdoor activities for sure.”

Least favorite thing: “The rumor mill.”

Favorite local restaurant: “J.W. Snacks.”

An improvement to Craig you’d like to see: “Something for the kids. Whether it be a rec center or something like that. Let the kids have something to do.”

Favorite musician: “Big and Rich. Country for sure.”

Favorite movie: “Legends of the Fall.”

Holiday tradition you look forward to: “Salmon soup. My mom started it and my sister does it now.”

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