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Join us as Reid Ribble, NRCA CEO and former U.S. Congressman from Wisconsin's 8th district, shares his vision for NRCA and the roofing industry and what he learned from his time in Congress. He will discuss advancing the roofing industry's public policy agenda through tax, immigration and regulatory reform. Reid will also address how NRCA can amplify the voice of the roofing industry in Washington, D.C. through working with legislators and officials from the federal government.
Take advantage of this free NRCA membership benefit, and tune in to this live opportunity to stay up to date with industry issues affecting your business!
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Reid Ribble is NRCA's CEO. Before becoming CEO, Reid served six years in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his
tenure, he served on the Agriculture, Transportation and Infrastructure, Budget and Finance, and Foreign Affairs
Committees, where he served as vice chairman of the Committee on Emerging Threats. During his time in Congress, Reid
met with more than 25 heads of state and in his capacity on the Committee on Foreign Affairs traveled extensively
throughout Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
Yet roofing is in his blood. For more than 30 years, Reid was the president of his own roofing company in Kaukauna,
Wis. As a contractor, he volunteered countless hours serving on numerous NRCA committees and on NRCA's board of
directors. As part of his 25 years of service to the organization, Reid served as NRCA's chairman of the board from
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