April 2011

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Giving credit

by Ambika Puniani Bailey
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Operating a roofing company is hard work. Yes, it is physically challenging for workers, but it also is ultra-competitive and notorious for slim profit margins. Successful roofing companies have teams in place that can sell jobs, provide good customer service and, of course, install quality, long-lasting roof systems. And on those teams, there usually is one individual who is extraordinary.

Tim Rainey (left), president of Supreme Systems Inc., Dallas, congratulates George Denton, superintendent for Supreme Systems' service division, for winning the 2011 Best of the Best Award.

But such individuals rarely are recognized, and if they are, it's usually just among their co-workers. The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards seek to change that by recognizing at least 10 outstanding roofing workers each year during NRCA's annual convention. (A list of this year's winners was published in the March issue on page 51.)

Going a step further, Professional Roofing and OMG Roofing Products, Agawam, Mass., co-sponsor the Best of the Best Award, choosing one MVP who stands...

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