NWDA Holds Summer Meeting in Pennsylvania

The Northeast Window and Door Association held its summer meeting and golf tournament last week at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pa.

Attendees played golf the first day with Mike Valentine of TBP Converting finishing with the lowest gross score of 80 and John Thompson of Guardian Industries with the lowest net score of 77. In the scramble, a team made up of Chuck Anderson and Rick Keup of Simonton and Bob Moyers and Ernie Foltz of Bob Moyers Sales took first place with a score of 60. The second-place team was made up of Terry Rex of BF Rich, Kim Fondrk of Amesbury, Eric Mount and Erin Borowicz of Regenex. The third-place team included Scott Beard of Four-Jacks, Terry Abels of Chelsea Building Products, Sam Davey of John Evans' Sons and TJ Trendi of Velocity.

Erik Katchur of the 3M Company took the award for the longest drive for men, and Erin Borowicz of Regenex took the award for the longest drive for women. Dan Rozelman of Sturtz Machinery won the "closest to the pin" award.

A sunset barbecue followed.

Attendees were able to participate in three sessions on the second day: "Finding Leads in a Down Market" by Gale Brown of Lead Builders, "Window Warranties that Work" by DWM president Debra Levy, who briefed the group on DWM's exclusive survey about warranties and Bradley P. Boone, senior account representative for PPG Industries, who spoke about "Glass Options That Sell Windows."

The group will hold its winter meeting January 14-15 at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City.

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