Pikes Peak Energy is Proud to Support Nick Mason at the 2014 US Open


June 12, 2014

Pinehurst, NC-Colorado based Pikes Peak Energy, LLC is proud to support Nick Mason in his quest to win the 2014 United States Open Golf Championship this week at the historic Pinehurst No. 2 Golf Course.  Nick Mason of Denver, CO made it through local and sectional qualifying to earn his spot in the 2014 US Open field.  Nick’s career highlights include playing in the PGA Sony Open in Hawaii, winning the 2014 Mid-Pacific Open, winning the Hawaii State Open multiple times, winning the Nebraska Open, placing second at the NCAA Men’s National Championship, and playing multiple events on the Web.com professional tour. Nick is the son of proud parents Army Major General Ray Mason and Patty Mason.

Nick played college golf at the University of Hawaii – Hilo and was a teammate of Pikes Peak Energy Managing Director Joe Saliba.  “It’s exciting to see Nick bring his game to the next level,” said Joe Saliba, “I’m glad that Pikes Peak Energy can support him with his quest to play on the PGA Tour.”

Nick will be sporting the Pikes Peak Energy logo and checking in with Pikes Peak Energy to update its partners and friends of his play throughout the tournament.

About Pikes Peak Energy:

Pikes Peak Energy, LLC is a privately-held energy company engaged in the acquisition, development and exploration of domestic oil and natural gas properties. Pikes Peak Energy partners with accredited investors and prominent companies to participate in drilling projects aimed at providing long term potential revenue from productive oil and gas prospects while also enjoying the substantial tax benefits associated with such programs.

Pikes Peak Energy is currently focusing upon the acquisition and development of proven mineral properties, existing production, in field drilling plays, and secondary/tertiary recovery plays. By focusing on these types of plays, Pikes Peak Energy has a greater opportunity for successful programs while generally lowering much of the risk associated with a typical wildcat play.

For more information, please contact Mark Ruybalid at 844-599-7825 or visit www.pikespeakenergyllc.com

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