Glenn Appointed to NARI Committee

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NARI Member

In January, Glenn was invited to serve on the prestigious Strategic Renewal steering committee of NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry) of Greater Chicagoland. NARI is a non-profit association dedicated to enhancing professionalism in the remodeling industry. A NARI member has access to the latest information about new products, materials and techniques through the Internet, trade publications, educational programs, bi-annual conventions, and expositions.

Crimson Design and Construction is proud to be a longtime member of this fine organization, and now Glenn will be closely involved with decisions concerning ways that the organization can grow and be responsive to the needs of both their members and the clients they serve.

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