Fifty-five years ago, Ross Glen, founder and chairman of RGO, set out to make a living selling office furniture in Calgary. It was 1966 and the young city was full of promise; oil companies were setting up shop in droves, the population was growing rapidly and Calgary’s modest downtown – three years from gaining the Husky (Calgary) Tower – was on its way to becoming the forest of skyscrapers that it is today.

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