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Second Webinar Recording Added

Posted: Mar 6, 2023
We’re less than a month away from the start of assessments, which will fund game-changing programs to build a stronger future for block. Thank you to all who were able to join our second webinar reviewing the important details surrounding assessments.
Major Ogilvie

If you were unable to join, we have recordings of both sessions here on our website: the February 12th session and the March 2nd session.

Along with communicating assessments, our Board has been hard at work planning for the future of the industry, including strategic planning to shape programs and establish funding priorities. The next meeting of the Board will be May 10-11 in Denver, to continue building out the checkoff strategic plan.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates from the Concrete Masonry Checkoff.

Major Ogilvie, Chair
Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board (CMCB)

Board Member Spotlight: Kendall Anderegg

Meet Kendall, the Vice Chair of the Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board. Kendall is currently the President and CEO of Mutual Materials in Washington, bringing over 20 years of experience in the concrete masonry industry. As a CMU Checkoff director, Kendall hopes to positively contribute to organizing programs and processes for the industry, while prioritizing both national and regional priorities in the industry that lead to growth, awareness and stronger market share.

“We are representatives of the industry. We're representatives of the producers. We are getting monies in from those producers to again, grow the industry, to grow market share, to sell more block ultimately, at the end of the day. We need to be responsible stewards of that money to make sure that the money that we're getting in we're spending, again, in a responsible way.”

Question of the Week:

Q: Is the Safe Harbor language on a picking slip sufficient? Or does this need to be on an actual invoice?

A: The provided Safe Harbor language needs to be on the primary document of sale. If the picking slip does not stay with the invoice, it needs to be printed on your invoice..