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ACCA: Nominations Open for Contractors of the Year

Originally published: 07.31.12 by HVACR Business Staff

ACCA has announced that the organization is seeking nominations for its Contractors of the Year awards program. The 2013 application is available now on ACCA’s website, and is similar to last year’s to make it easy for contractors to nominate themselves for their innovative business practices.

“We feel like starting the application process earlier and keeping it similar to previous versions will make it easier for contractors to apply for the award,” says Melissa Broadus, director of communications for ACCA. “The earlier start will also allow those chosen as finalist more time to gather and submit additional information that is needed to create the final judging packets.”

The ACCA Contractors of the Year awards program also provides ACCA members with a unique marketing opportunity for their businesses. 

“Not only will the winning contractors be honored at the ACCA Annual Conference by their peers, but this is a great opportunity for them to tout their company’s accomplishments and show that they are recognized leaders in the industry to their customers,” she says.

Applications for the program will be accepted until September 21, 2012.

Nominees will be evaluated and six finalists will be selected—three residential finalists and three commercial finalists. Those finalists will be contacted

to create informational profiles for inclusion in the official judging packet.

These profiles will describe the company, as well as the unique aspects of the business. The official judging packets, including the six write-ups, will be judged by a panel of ACCA’s past chairmen.

The winners—one residential, one commercial—will be recognized on stage at the annual ACCA conference and will be profiled in the print and electronic versions of IE3 magazine.

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