TARC’s Mid-Winter Meeting was held January 11-12 at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin, TN. With nearly sixty participants, the meeting showcased an array of notable speakers who delivered topics to help elevate the roofing industry through motivation, inside legal tactics and business growth into a great service company.
Jared Ribble, a Nashville local with NRCA, presented the 2019 legislative initiatives and encouraged TARC members to get involved in Roofers Day on the Hill (see article on page 3). Ryan Groth, sales guru for Construction Sales Technology, shared his insights on Predictable Revenue: Getting off the Revenue Rollercoaster. Legal Counsel team member Liz Tipping, with Cotney Construction Group, presented What Every Roofer Should Know But is Afraid to Ask. Brink Fidler, founder and president of Defend Systems gave a special session about Awareness and Response to Active Shooter Threats. The day wrapped up with Keynote Speaker Greg Hayne, CEO of Hayne Coaching Group, who gave a two-part series on how to Start and Grow a True Service Company.
The National Women in Roofing TN Council joined TARC for a joint reception on Friday night of the
convention and showcased their shoe collection from the Soles for Souls drive held during the day. Three large boxes of shoes were collected to be donated to those in need. NWIR TN Council held a meeting on Saturday morning and a special social after. The NWIR is a volunteer-based organization that supports and advances the careers of women roofing professionals.