The beautiful spring weather is finally here, and our team has been busy all over town! From industry events at U.S. Bank Stadium to touring Roseville High School’s remodel to hosting a National Kitchen + Bath Association’s continuing education meeting – we’ve been everywhere.
We love being involved in our community and industry, so a month filled connecting with people is right up our alley. Take a look below at what we’ve been up to lately!
Who’s Who Showcase
Our first big recent event was The Blue Book Building & Construction Network’s Who’s Who Showcase. We had so much fun mingling with old and new industry friends, and enjoying the view of U.S. Bank Stadium. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to chat with us and say hi – it was great meeting everyone!
Roseville High School Tour
Next up was an informative tour of Roseville High School’s soon-to-be remodeled and expanded trade education facilities. It was so exciting to learn about the school’s upcoming woodworking, small engines, interior design, architectural drafting, video production, and art facilities alongside Roseville Mayor, Dan Roe, and others. A big thank you to Todd Olson from the district office for including us!
National Kitchen + Bath Association Meeting
Finally, we recently had the pleasure of hosting National Kitchen + Bath Association’s local continuing education meeting at our showroom. Thank you to the National Kitchen + Bath Association for giving us the opportunity to host the group! It’s always fascinating to get other perspectives on our industry and learn about the latest topics and trends that interest our clients.
Thank you so much for being one of the sponsors for the WINC event last week! Your display looked fantastic and your engagement in the discussions was valuable to everyone around you. You are such an important part of this growing industry. The future for women in construction is bright! And your generous support of events like this is a big part of it.
To your continued success!
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