NBMDA Acknowledges 2019 Education Donors

NBMDA Acknowledges 2019 Education Donors

CHICAGO  —  The North American Building Material Distribution Association (NBMDA) recognizes the gold level supplier donors of the 2019 NBMDA Educational Development Program. 

The Educational Development Program provides funding to support the distribution channel's strong need for additional training resources and opportunities at competitive prices. With the support of these donors, NBMDA continues to develop and offer modern, cost-effective, and dynamic solutions for executive and employee training that benefit the distributors that participate and the industry as a whole. 

  • Arauco
  • Axalta
  • Berenson Corp.
  • Blum Inc.
  • Columbia Forest Products
  • Formica Corp.
  • Gemini Coatings
  • Grass USA
  • M.L. Campbell
  • Hartson-Kennedy Cabinet Top Co.
  • Milesi Wood Coatings
  • Panolam Surface Systems
  • Rev-A-Shelf
  • Roseburg Forest Products
  • Timber Products
  • VT Industries
  • Wilsonart Engineered Surfaces

"We are honored to acknowledge our 2019 supplier education donors," said Kevin Gammonley, Executive Director of NBMDA. "The support and generosity of these suppliers allows the association to develop new education and content offerings that address challenges and opportunities facing the distributor community and will ultimately help the entire channel to grow." 

For more information, visit www.nbmda.org  or contact NBMDA Headquarters at 312.321.6845.

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