NFIB's Small Business Day
Friday morning the whole company got together to put on a little photo shoot! Some of the install crew took initiative to clean all the trucks while one of our office staff and a sheet metal worker figured out where to have the camera angles (we should've taken a picture of her terrified on the scissor lift!) All in all it was a great morning and everyone had a lot of fun!
We had tons of fun supporting Heat the Town at TACCA's 2018 Golf Tournament! We entered two teams and walked away with second place! Not a bad way to spend a Saturday morning.
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TACCA members and the board of directors at Small Business Day. Owner, Marvin White, is pictured second from the left.
April 17, 2018
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Overall, Marvin was encouraged by the conference, as he said he felt the conference “was a win-win for contractors.” This was a great opportunity to be a part of the legislative system and have a voice in our industry.
2018 TACCA Golf Tournament
Last week, Marvin White, owner and president of WSC White Service Company went to Austin to meet with other contractors with one goal in mind: to voice their concerns and views of current legislative topics to their representatives. This was done at two meetings: the Texas Air Conditioning Contractors (TACCA) board meeting and the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) conference.
TACCA Sporting Clay Tournament
March 31, 2018
This year our boys (members of the service and construction teams) won us the second place trophy! It was a nice day for some friendly competition and a portion of the proceeds went to support Heat The Town; a good cause which is run by the South Plains TACCA Chapter, where local HVAC contractors and their employees donate their time on one Saturday afternoon to helping out the community start up their heaters and make sure they are in good working order for the cold season!
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Duluth Trading Co.
WSC performed all of the HVAC installation in this brand new building. Our construction team diligently worked everyday to provide professional quality service. We are super excited for the store to open and to keep the *dust* out.
February 12, 2019
Company Photo Shoot
The Texas Air Conditioning Contractors (TACCA) board meeting was first up (see picture to the right). Marvin and other air conditioning contractors discussed their legislative agenda and goals for the conference with lobbyists and the TACCA executive director and committee. Among the items
June 9, 2018
discussed were the Municipal Fees Bill and the Plumbing Board. Fun Fact: Lubbock’s own Roy Jones, Sales Manager at Armstrong Mechanical, is the current President of TACCA.
Abbott went over how important small businesses were to him, as well as the importance of small business in the state of Texas. He said the Texas economy is one of the largest economies in the world. Most of the businesses in Texas are small, and Governor Abbott promised to do everything he can to help us maintain independence. Marvin, along with the other contractors in attendance went to the state Capitol and met with our senator, Charles Perry, and representatives, Dustin Burrows and John Frullo. They discussed issues that affect the air conditioning business, such as franchise and property taxes.
August 10, 2018
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Next up was the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) summit. There were meetings with the NFIB council, state representatives, and even the governor, Greg Abbott. In his key note address (see picture below), Governor Abbb