It’s been quite a year at RoofersCoffeeShop.com. New colleagues, growing pains, more and more traffic (this is where traffic is a good thing!) but the best part is all the new people we have reached.
We have met some amazing folks at trade shows, seen people sharing their lives on social media and reported on their triumphs. We have introduced new products and services to the industry and we continue to work on offering resources that are important to you.
Looking back at 2017, we are so grateful to be a part of the roofing industry and humbled that you have entrusted us with your stories and your patronage. 2018 will bring major growth to RCS with many new initiatives and we are thrilled that you will be growing along with us.
From the entire RoofersCoffeeShop.com Team, we wish you Happy Holidays and an AMAZING New Year!
Vickie, Heidi, Sarah, Karen, Laurel & Juliana
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Developing a Successful Succession Plan Takes Time, but It’s Important!
RCS Influencer Alison LaValley says a succession plan must account for the unique needs of your business and family because it empowers you to leave a lasting legacy. Read her plan for success.
Project Profiles: Lynnwood Senior Living Vegetative Roof
Read this interesting project profile on how contractor 3-D Roof System installed Polyglass’ Vegetative Roof atop the Senior Housing Assistance Group. The contractor used an inflatable tent in order to install the project during a month of record-breaking rainfall in Lynwood, Washington.
Know anyone in your office or a colleague in the field that could use a little RoofersCoffeeShop.com every week?
Our friend Lori wrote us, "I like having weekly updates and staying informed on the recent news in the industry. Contests are fun and engaging as well! The classifieds are great too. Thank you for all you do to promote our industry!”
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Last Week's Social Media Highlight
Who Moved My Ladder?
This photo is from June 25, 1970, in Wilmington Delaware. "At least once in every man's life when he is descending from the roof tops, he experiences a short leg and ladder." Click any of the links below to share photos, ideas, etc.!