He cited partnerships with the best manufacturers and suppliers in the world investing in the future working together to advocate for our industry in Washington and the best union workforce in America as additional contributors to our success  See more at httpswwwmcaaorgnewsmcaapresidentstoneopensmcaa2017reflectingsuccessutmsourceMCAA27sNationalUpdateforMarch72C2017amputmcampaignNU030717amputmmediumemailsthashJqyb4hl7dpuf MCAA
He cited partnerships with the best manufacturers and suppliers in the world, investing in the future, working together to advocate for our industry in Washington and the best union workforce in America as additional contributors to our success. - See more at: https://www.mcaa.org/news/mcaa-president-stone-opens-mcaa-2017-reflecting-success/?utm_source=MCAA%27s+National+Update+for+March+7%2C+2017&utm_campaign=NU030717&utm_medium=email#sthash.Jqyb4hl7.dpuf

MCAA Conference Kickoff: Stone Points to Association Success

Tom Stone, 2017 president of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America, opened this week's MCAA Annual Conference on March 6, by encouraging members to reflect on the association's success, and that of its members.

"The people in this room are successful because we never stop learning. This week we will listen to exceptional leaders and visionaries and technical gurus - and take home with us what we learn. Our annual convention is unparalleled in our industry," he said.

Stone attributed the group's success to continuous learning through attendance at events or private study, and making use of the more than 600 resources available to members at no cost through mcaa.org.

After recognizing those who lead the association and pausing to remember those who are no longer with us, President Stone bestowed the Distinguished Service Award (DSA), MCAA’s highest award, on MCAA Past President Mark Rogers, who is President of the Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation (MCERF). - See more at: https://www.mcaa.org/news/mcaa-president-stone-opens-mcaa-2017-reflecting-success/?utm_source=MCAA%27s+National+Update+for+March+7%2C+2017&utm_campaign=NU030717&utm_medium=email#sthash.gkHBeNZk.dpuf

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He cited partnerships with the best manufacturers and suppliers in the world, investing in the future, working together to advocate for our industry in Washington and the best union workforce in America as additional contributors to our success. - See more at: https://www.mcaa.org/news/mcaa-president-stone-opens-mcaa-2017-reflecting-success/?utm_source=MCAA%27s+National+Update+for+March+7%2C+2017&utm_campaign=NU030717&utm_medium=email#sthash.Jqyb4hl7.dpuf
He attributed our success to continuous learning, whether at in-person events or through independent study using the more than 600 resources available for download from mcaa.org free as a benefit of membership. - See more at: https://www.mcaa.org/news/mcaa-president-stone-opens-mcaa-2017-reflecting-success/?utm_source=MCAA%27s+National+Update+for+March+7%2C+2017&utm_campaign=NU030717&utm_medium=email#sthash.Jqyb4hl7.dpuf
He attributed our success to continuous learning, whether at in-person events or through independent study using the more than 600 resources available for download from mcaa.org free as a benefit of membership. - See more at: https://www.mcaa.org/news/mcaa-president-stone-opens-mcaa-2017-reflecting-success/?utm_source=MCAA%27s+National+Update+for+March+7%2C+2017&utm_campaign=NU030717&utm_medium=email#sthash.Jqyb4hl7.dpuf
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