June 2020

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and have been issued personal protective equipment (PPE), hand sanitizer and hospital-grade disinfectants to use at recommended intervals.

The Roofing Industry Going Above and Beyond Guido’s Restaurant & Pizzeria, the roofing company announced that 50 daily meal donations would go to healthcare and hospital workers at Broward Health Coral Springs every week, for the entire month of April. With all of the uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the owner of ABC Roofing Corp., John Famularo, wanted to assist with relief efforts however the company could. “We’re all in this together; and right now, the last thing people need to be worried about is ‘what am I going to eat?’ Especially our healthcare workers and all the people staffing the hospital,” stated John Famularo, Owner and President of ABC Roofing Corp. “These people are heroes. They show up every day to help save lives and everyone at ABC Roofing wants them to know we appreciate what they’re doing.” ABC Roofing remains open during the COVID-19 health crisis because the company knows how important it is to keep communities covered. All staff are practicing CDC-recommended guidelines for disinfection and social distancing in the office and at jobsites

NRCA recently provided a list of manufacturers, distributors and contractors doing good for their communities. We wanted to share it with you. “Sherwin Williams, Beacon Building Products and Tecta America donated thousands of N-95 masks to healthcare workers who needed them. Antis Roofing, Irvine, Calif., organized its first blood drive for the American Red Cross to help offset blood bank shortages stemming from shelter-in-place orders and worked with Second Harvest food pantries to get food to those in need. Duro-Last Roofing converted one of its manufacturing lines to begin producing gowns and masks for hospitals. Owens Corning made grants to hospitals, food pantries and homeless shelters across the globe. Tropical Roofing Products went local, organizing a fundraising campaign for Feeding South Florida, a food bank that’s able to put 98 percent of all its donations directly back into the community. There are no doubt dozens of additional stories of local contractors and companies serving their communities during this challenging time. Thanks for all you do!”


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