Archie Cochrane Ford presents the Billings Boys and Girls Club with a check for $2400.
Archie Cochrane Ford receives a nearly $42,000 dividend check from the Montana State Fund for accident prevention on Monday. Montana State Fund's Laurence Hubbard, left, hands a replica of the check to Jeanne Wisler, safety manager, Garry Brayko, owner, Nate Allie, of Payne West Insurance and controller Mel Young.
November 15, 2016, The Billings Gazette
At the Billings auto dealership, officials from the Montana State Fund distributed about $43,000 in dividends from Archie Cochrane workers' compensation premiums.
Archie Cochrane was among the largest recipients in Yellowstone County, which received $4.6 million total for this year. The average dividend from the fund was $1,838 in Yellowstone County.
"I attribute it to our management team and staff. We're big on safety and training. It's important to us that people have a safe place to work," Garry Brayko, owner of Archie Cochrane, said Monday.
He added that