NPPG Press Release
The National Property Preservation Guild (NPPG) is here to stay, and though you may not hear us shouting from the mountain tops just yet, rest assured that our organizational infrastructure is being hammered out behind the scenes. The NPPG is still a relatively new concept, and the board of directors and committee members are hard at work ironing out the details that will ensure we are organized in a way that is best suited to serve its members- the Contractors.
Here’s what we can tell you so far:
We’ve decided to become an association, as opposed to a for-profit organization. We decided that this was the best way to organize a nationwide network of Contractors and become sort of like a “pool” for clients to come to when they have needs in a certain area. We figure it’s a better for Contractors and clients alike if they can just come to the NPPG to get good Contractors rather than have to find them on Craigslist. Currently we’re working on bi-laws, rules and standards, and things like that that have to be in place for our association to legally organize.
Also, after listening to feedback from our members and other Contractors all over the nation, we realize that it is important that we re-educate clients on what a quality Contractor looks like. Often, clients don’t know where to find good Contractors, nor can they tell the difference between a quality Contractor and an unqualified contractor until it’s too late. We plan on doing something about that….
Next, we’re putting together a map on the NPPG website that will mark all the areas where there are NPPG members. This way, when clients call and need a Contractor, we can direct them to our map of all members so they can have access to the best quality Contractors in the industry.
There’s plenty of other things going on, but please just be patient with us. Remember, all of the board of directors and committee members are Contractors too, and we have to maintain our own businesses as well. If you’re a quality Contractor and you’d like to help speed up the process, please apply to join the NPPG here and volunteer to serve on a committee! If you’re an NPPG member already and would be interested in learning how you could serve on a committee, please contact Troy Hanohano, Chairman of Committees, at email@example.com
NPPG Public Relations Officer
Editor’s Note: This is the unredacted Press Release we received. Foreclosurepedia does not run nor participate within the National Property Preservation Guild (NPPG). All inquiries should be made of the NPPG Public Information Officer (PIO).