FCICA celebrates 35 years

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West Bloomfield, Mich.—FCICA, the Flooring Contractors Association, is excited for the 2016/2017 membership year as they celebrate their 35th year of promoting and representing the commercial floor covering industry.

FCICA was formed in 1982 by 10 flooring contractors who were workroom only at the time. “It is amazing to see how far we have come and I look forward to seeing where we evolve in the future,” said executive vice president Kim Oderkirk.

The Flooring Contractors Association will continue its mission to provide relevant and innovative educational sessions led by industry leaders as well as member resources. New this year, FCICA will extend its webinar offerings to include one free product focused webinar per month beginning in January 2017. Additionally, the Commercial Flooring Tradeshow, March 6, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas, will host four product demonstrations for attendees.

FCICA will soon be launching a new interactive website and member center which will provide members with greater networking capabilities and business resources.

“We appreciate the continued support and contributions from all of our members,” said Sarah Bays, membership coordinator. “We would like to recognize those members who have been with us from the start: Acton Flooring, Consolidated Carpet, Craigs Carpetcraft and Michael Halebian & Company.”

For more information about FCICA visit www.fcica.com or call 248-661-5015, toll free (877) TO-FCICA.

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