The North American Association of Floor Covering Distributors (NAFCD) is celebrating leaders in the floor covering distribution industry with its Leadership in Action and Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Leadership in Action Award recognizes individuals for the positive impact and meaningful contributions they have made to their company’s success, according to the association. This year's recipients, Aaron Hormann of Herregan Distributors, Jim Boyce of Rosel-Heck Co. and Flavia Baggio of IndusParquet USA have all demonstrated leadership and contributed positively to the industry while being an innovator, motivator and a proactive contributor toward effective solutions.
Lifetime Achievement Award recipients have shown exceptional leadership and made outstanding contributions that have led to expanding the vision of the floor covering industry. Don Evans of Swift-Train; Jim Gunter of The Cronin Co.; James Gould of The Floor Covering Institute; and John Capell, Kerry Capell and Marsden Haigh, founders of CMH Space Flooring, are all recipients of the award.
All award recipients will be honored during the NAFCD and NBMDA Annual Convention.
In other news, the association is supporting Habitat for Humanity by creating awareness of Habitat's ReStores, as the two organizations share values of community involvement, housing opportunities and environmental stewardship.
Many NAFCD members already support Habitat through local or national partnerships. NAFCD is encouraging all of its members to join the effort by donating materials and products to the Habitat ReStore in their trade area. Habitat promotes the reuse and recycling of materials. NAFCD members can also educate their associates and customers about Habitat's mission of building homes and changing lives in communities across the nation as well as the purpose of Habitat's ReStores.
"We are excited to work with Habitat in supporting local Habitat ReStores," said Kevin Gammonley, NAFCD executive vice president. "This is a big win for our members and for the many people and communities that Habitat supports."
For more information, visit nafcd.org.