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Membership VIRTUAL Lunch - June 2020

Membership VIRTUAL Lunch - June 2020


Thursday, June 25, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (MDT)

Zoom Webinar

40 Seats Remaining

* Registration open until 6/25/20 at 1:00 PM (MST)

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Membership Lunch | Thursday, June 25, 2020
State of the Roofing Industry 

Speaker: Reid Ribble, NRCA

Grab your lunch and sit down at your office or your new HOME OFFICE to join us for a virtual conversation with NRCA CEO, Reid Ribble.  We can’t offer our traditional lunches, so until a time when we can safely gather, the CRA will give our membership more virtual opportunities to gain perspective and knowledge. Please take the time and join us for 1-hour just like you would our quarterly lunches.

The Honorable Reid Ribble took over as CEO of NRCA in 2017 and has been making a positive impact ever since. The roofing industry is benefiting from his time in congress and his many years as a roofing contractor with leadership that is uniting the whole industry and making a change.

After this Winter and Spring, we've invited Reid to discuss current NRCA activities and the state of the roofing industry. We’ve all had to pivot and the NRCA organization is not immune. He will share NRCA's impression of what's happening across the nation, how industry operations have changed since the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, NRCA's work in Washington, DC and other programs they are working on that are being offered to help our roofing professionals and companies during this time. Last, NRCA is starting to see some trends and we’ve asked him to share predictions of the economy and what’s to come in the next weeks and months ahead.

The Colorado Roofing Association is fortunate to be able to coordinate and offer a 1 on 1 live hour conversation with our Industry CEO!  Come join us and we can all be more informed and prepared for the upcoming months and possible trends!

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Virtual Lunch | Zoom Webinar

Noon - 1:15 pm

Cost: Members - first two FREE.  3 or more from Member company - $25.  Non-member companies are welcome and can attend for $40.

 Register to attend, by clicking on the "Registion Options" link above when registration opens. 

(CRA Member CIU’s = 2 per person)

For More Information:

Debbie Hathorne
Debbie Hathorne
Executive Director Colorado Roofing Association

About our Presenter(s):

The Honorable Reid Ribble is CEO of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA). Before becoming CEO, Reid served six years in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his tenure, he served on the Agriculture, Transportation and Infrastructure, Budget and Finance, and Foreign Affairs Committees, where he served as vice chairman of the Committee on Emerging Threats. During his time in Congress, Reid met with more than 25 heads of state and in his capacity on the Committee on Foreign Affairs traveled extensively throughout Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Yet roofing is in his blood. For more than 30 years, Reid was the president of his own roofing company in Kaukauna, Wis. As a contractor, he volunteered countless hours serving on numerous NRCA committees and on NRCA's board of directors. As part of his 25 years of service to the organization, Reid served as NRCA's chairman of the board from 2005-06.

** TAKE A-WAY! **
Attending a CRA membership lunches is not only about the FOOD and networking with other members but the opportunity to take advantage of the SPEAKERS and PROGRAMS.
These lunches are an inexpensive and quick way to invest in yourself and your TEAM. 

No Show Policy – Cancellations must be received by Mar 17.  No refunds after this date.  All attendees who RSVP and are a “no show” are still responsible for payment and will be subject to a $20 service fee.