Faces of Fall River
Faces of Fall River #5: Ryan Rego
Meet Ryan Rego, one of the two owners of Isaksen Solar, one of the fastest growing companies in Fall River, Massachusetts.
While working for Tesla in 2017, Ryan Rego and his partner Brad Camiel met over coffee to discuss their future and twenty minutes later decided to quit their jobs and form Fall River-based Isaksen Solar. Isaksen Solar has grown from three full-time employees in 2017 to 21 full-time employees today.
“My grandparents immigrated to Fall River and I was born in Fall River, so I wanted to give back to the city by opening my business in Fall River. Strategically, Fall River is a great location to do business. My favorite part of Fall River is the food – especially the non-chain hidden gems around the city.”
This “Faces of Fall River” is sponsored by BayCoast Bank. We are looking for Faces of Fall River nominations, unsung heroes, people that go above and beyond, give back to the community and make Fall River a better place or just a little bit more interesting. Know someone that deserves to be recognized? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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