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2016 National CotY Awards — You’ve Got to Be In It to Win It

Posted by NARI National on 16 November 2015 | 0 Comments

If you’ve thought about submitting an entry for the 2016 National CotY Awards, but haven’t done so, what’s holding you back? Now is the time to get the peer recognition you deserve for your outstanding work. coty smaller

Here are six reasons why you should consider entering the award program:

  • Bragging rights 

You’re the best in the field! Now let everyone know about it. Promote your award on all corporate literature and advertising, on your website, in your newsletters.

  • Added credibility 

Winning often acts as a third-party endorsement, which can be very powerful tool.

  • Publicity

Winning gives you the opportunity to gain extensive media attention and valuable publicity (regional, national, local and trade) which will help you attract new customers and gain increasing respect from your existing client base.

  • Differentiate your business from your competitors

When a potential client is deciding among you and your competitors, being a CotY Award winner could give you the edge.

  • Boost staff morale and retention

An award win can have a positive effect on staff morale, motivation and retention as it acknowledges their contribution to your business success.

  • Certification scholarships

Again this year, all National CotY winners, including team members, will be awarded partial scholarships applicable toward new certification fees through June 2017.

NARI also offers recognition for Green and Universal Design work when you enter the CotYs.

Learn more about the awards here!


Achievement Awards

The NARI Achievement Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments for leadership, professionalism, education, and service in our industry. Do you know a member or chapter that has made an impact in the remodeling community?  Go to http://www.nari.org/industry/recognition/achievement-awards/ to find details on how to submit a nomination. The deadline to receive Achievement Award nominations is December 18.

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