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Roofing Alliance Celebrating 25th Anniversary With Podcast

Article-Roofing Alliance Celebrating 25th Anniversary With Podcast

NRCA's "Stories of an Extraordinary Industry" highlights the Roofing Alliance 25-year anniversary.

The Roofing Alliance, celebrating 25 years as the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), is excited to share the recent NRCA podcast, “Stories of an Extraordinary Industry,” celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Roofing Alliance. The podcast talks about a group of roofing contractors who recognized industry-wide problems and said: “It’s time to put up or shut up.” This unique storytelling podcast helps all listeners learn how they can accomplish big things by turning dreams into reality which is the overall story of the Roofing Alliance.

The Roofing Alliance is committed to shaping the industry’s future by funding education, research, scholarships and philanthropic initiatives, all for the purpose of securing the industry’s future excellence. Composed of 177 members representing extraordinary leaders from the contracting, manufacturing, distribution and service provider communities, the Roofing Alliance has committed $13 million to enhance the performance and long-term viability of the industry and allocated more than $5.9 million to fund 51 research, education, technical and philanthropic programs and projects.  

Find out more by listening to “Celebrating 25 Years of the Roofing Alliance,” sponsored by NRCA ProCertification,® on NRCA’s website; at; or wherever you get your podcasts, including Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher and iHeartRadio. Subscribe now so you don’t miss an episode!


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