We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Danny Nienkemper to Territory Manager. Danny will be serving our Bridgeton Branch Customer Base. Aside from growing up in the industry, specifically at Cardinal, Danny has been a leader in our warehouse and inside sales teams to this point. His sincerity, drive to learn, and “whatever it takes” attitude are just a couple reasons why everyone at Cardinal is confident he is going be an extremely great resource to our growing customer base. Danny will be doing his best to reach out and start helping each contractor as quickly as he possibly can but if you are in need of some immediate assistance please contact any branch to obtain his cell phone or e-mail him at email@example.com. Congratulations to Danny. We know you will carry on the Cardinal Vision of Territory Managers which is to be 100% honest, an expert in the field, diligent, and always follow through on promises made to our valued customers. Have a great Friday! We look forward to working hard for you soon!!
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Hamilton, OH – September 6, 2012 – Vinylmax Windows, one of Window & Door Magazine’s Top 100Window Manufacturers, has operated for two years without a lost work time accident. This represents more than 700 days and 600,000 man-hours worked by more than 200 employees since September 5, 2010. The company’s previous safety streak stretched 255 days. Vinylmax has achieved progressively impressive safety ratings since its shift to a safety focus in 2005. Dave Doerger, co-owner and Vice President of Manufacturing notes, “With a labor intensive operation that includes handling thousands of pieces of glass per day, we knew that the only way to preserve and protect our employees would involve a major cultural change.” That change to ‘Safety First’ involved working hand in hand with the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation and OSHA-On-Site professionals. Through a series of voluntary audits and continual employee training sessions, Vinylmax revamped its attitude and policies to reflect a ‘Do What’s Right’ safety philosophy. These efforts have resulted in recognition from Greater Hamilton Safety Council with its 2011 Officer’s Award for Best Industrial Safety … Continue reading