Contest open to any organization wishing to recognize an invaluable maintenance professional
Dassel, Minn. August 7, 2017 - American Time, a market leader in integrated time solutions, is thrilled to announce the first-ever Maintenance Hero Contest. This contest is open to any organization in any industry – private, public, nonprofit, educational or others – that wishes to nominate a valued maintenance professional who routinely goes above and beyond in the workplace but receives little recognition for their efforts.
Nominees for this award must 1) be a maintenance professional, such as a custodian, groundskeeper or maintenance worker/engineer and 2) consistently demonstrate skillful work and go above and beyond to serve others.
Three winners will be chosen with prizes ranging from $1,000 - $3,000 in American Time product credit.
“We routinely serve maintenance professionals who are a valued and invaluable member of their organization,” explained George Wilkes, president of American Time. “They keep the building running efficiently, they are responsive and caring, and they think creatively to solve problems. But we also know these individuals aren’t usually in the spotlight when it comes to recognition or thanks. We want to give any organization the opportunity to recognize a Maintenance Hero who is making a difference.”
More details and the nomination form can be found at http://info.american-time.com/hero. There is no fee to apply or win. Deadline for submissions is Friday, Sept. 15, 2017.
About American Time
From clock parts for repairs to complete timekeeping systems for the largest corporations in the world to a presence in many of the K-12 school districts in the U.S., American Time is the recognized leader in the manufacturing of integrated, custom timekeeping and notification systems. It offers the new EverAlert communication and emergency notification system for schools, Wi-Fi network clocks, Power over Ethernet (PoE) clocks, battery and digital clocks, as well as a master controller clock with the ability to run on a legacy wired system concurrently with a new wireless clock system. For more information, visit www.american-time.com