NARD Appoints National Business Development Officer

Business offer, partnership

WACO, TX — Textile restoration professionals, NARD-powered by Textile Solutions, recently announced in a press release its board of directors appointed Frank Aucoin as the company’s new national business development officer.

Aucoin has more than 12 years of national accounts experience in the industry including most recently with Rainbow International. At NARD, he will lead the company and pursue its vision and mission.

“We are extremely excited to have brought Frank on board,” Manuel Vendelis, company president, said in the release. “Frank’s track record of success and unparalleled values align perfectly with ours.”

NARD-powered by Textile Solutions is North America’s leading network of independent textile restoration professionals. Local network members are mutual owners in an LLC that is focused on providing the insurance industry with best-in-class, standardized, customizable, national claims handling solutions.

The NARD network is at the forefront of an ever-changing industry by providing responsible claims handling, constant innovation and out-of-the-box thinking to drive claims costs lower and customer satisfaction higher.

Cleanfax Staff

Cleanfax provides cleaning and restoration professionals with information designed to help them manage and grow their businesses.

Follow Cleanfax Staff

Related Posts

Share This Article

Join Our Newsletter

Expert Videos

Popular Content

CoreLogic

CoreLogic: Spearheading Innovation and Technology in the Restoration Industry

Insurance_Webinar_600x300_CF

Insurance Restoration Strategies Unlocked: How to Identify & Conquer Top Challenges in the Industry

AI sales

Is AI Going to Be the Death of the Salesperson?

Grow your social media

The Digital Marketing Demystified Series—Part 2: Grow Your Business with Social Media

Digital Marketing - Part 1

The Digital Marketing Demystified Series—Part 1: World Class Email Marketing

Polls

As a restoration contractor, does it concern you that some insurance companies are dropping coverage in certain states, such as California and Florida?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...