Cleaning & Restoration Breaking News

Presidents announced for new SCRT chapters

August 9, 2010
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Leesburg, GA July 25, 2010 - SCRT announces that its two new regional chapters now have presidents. Bill Raley of ServPro Greater Orlando has graciously volunteered his time and effort as President for the new Florida Chapter. Rachel Adams of Indoor Environmental Management, Inc. will preside over the new Indiana chapter, bringing the number of SCRT chapters to 13.

"A major goal of SCRT is to establish active chapters throughout the country, especially in areas not being served by other trade associations", stated SCRT President Gary Glenn. "The camaraderie and benefits gained by involvement with an International Trade Association are invaluable to professional cleaners and restorers. We know from experience that sharing ideas, challenges and solutions with your peers is helpful for all involved."

Other SCRT chapters include Central Michigan, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri-Kansas, New Mexico, North Carolina, Northeast Ohio, Pennsylvania, Southern Ohio, and Tennessee.

The Society of Cleaning and Restoration Technicians is a non-profit trade association for companies of all sizes and sectors in the inspection, cleaning, restoration, and related industries. The SCRT's mission is to be the leading worldwide resource that provides members with up-to-date technical, management, and marketing information.

To learn more, visit or call (800) 949-4728.

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