RFCI president receives Industry Partner of the Year award

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Ned Monroe of the Vinyl Institute presents the Industry Partner of the Year award to Dean Thompson. With Dean is Shirley Thompson.

La Grange, Ga.—The Vinyl Institute presented Dean Thompson, president and CEO of the Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI), its Industry Partner of the Year Award at the annual Vinyl 360 conference.

The Industry Partner of the Year award recognizes allies who have made unique and valuable contributions to VI’s outreach, advocacy and education program.

“Dean’s commitment to the vinyl industry is far reaching,” said Ned Monroe, president and CEO of the Vinyl Institute. “He is an industry thought leader and visionary that has worked tirelessly to ensure the strategic market advancement of vinyl flooring. We are proud to celebrate and recognize his partnership.”

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