UASG Elects azpro’s VP, Chris P., to The 2014 UASG Board of Directors We are proud to say that azpro’s Vice President, Chris Prenovost, has been elected to the 2014 United Application Standards Group (UASG) Board of Directors. The UASG distinguished itself as being the first organization of its kind to require companies to meet a varied criteria to become members. They also represent all 3M Certified Graphics Installation Companies throughout the nation. azpro has been a member of the 3M Certified Installer group since 2008 and with Chris’s involvement within the industry, he has landed a spot on the Board of Directors. There were 5 available seats on the UASG Board of Directors and for Chris to have an opportunity to represent azpro is a great honor. “I look forward to the opportunity to guide our industry in the right direction, holding installers to the highest standards” Chris said when being congratulated on his achievement. The other current directors serving on the board are John Carthey, Mike Stavreff, Mark Knoff, Ward Schneider, Lloyd Paxton, Julie Martin, Greg Ford, and Al Chieco. azpro is excited to have a voice on the Board of Directors and to be able to help the industry in a positive way.  ]]>

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