Alan Givens Voted a Rebuilding Together's Tradesperson of the Year Finalist
The results are in!
Rebuilding Together is proud to announce the six finalists for this year’s RT Tradesperson of the Year Campaign. They are as follows:
Carpenter: Andrew Clayton, Chatham VA
Contractor: Bill Crowley, Ottawa, KS
Electrician: Kevin Massey, Quinlan, TX
HVAC/Plumber: Alan Givens, Manassas, VA
Painter: Joel Hamberg, Portland, OR
Roofer: Keith Perry, Gainesville, FL
These six finalist’s stories are currently posted on the RT Tradesperson of the Year micro site (wwwrttradespersonoftheyear.com) and the public will have through the end of March to vote for their favorite tradesperson! The grand prize winner will be announced at the end of April!
Please share the following update with your membership and encourage them to go on-line and vote for their favorite trades professional!
Rebuilding Together is proud to announce the six finalists for this year’s RT Tradesperson of the Year Campaign. They are: Carpenter: Andrew Clayton, Chatham VA, Contractor: Bill Crowley, Ottawa, KS, Electrician: Kevin Massey, Quinlan, TX, HVAC/Plumber: Alan Givens, Manassas, VA, Painter: Joel Hamberg, Portland, OR, and Roofer: Keith Perry, Gainesville, FL. Go on-line to RTTradespersonoftheYear.com to vote for your favorite tradesperson. Public voting ends March 31!
Alan Givens, HVAC/Plumber Parrish Services, Inc.
Alan has actively served his community from the time he was a teenager spending his summers working with mentally and physically challenged children at Louisiana Lions Camp. Ten years ago, Alan started Parrish Services out of the basement of his home. Today, Parrish is an award-winning, full mechanical contracting company that for the last three years has been named by Inc. as one of the 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America. Along the way, Alan has led his employees in volunteering for organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Rebuilding Together, Project-Mend-A-House, and Homes for Our Troops. He has also created Parrish-led efforts such as regular local food drives. Alan, who has masters licenses in three trades, has been an active member of both PHCC and ACCA, recently having served as PHCCs Virginia President.
We appreciate your continued support to honor skilled trades professionals giving back to their communities! Please join me in thanking the sponsors of this year’s campaign starting with our Presenting Sponsor WD-40, Craftsman Tools, HGTV/DIY Network, On the House, GAF Materials and ServiceMagic!