Stone, Sand and Gravel REVIEW - May/June 2018 - 11
By Patrick Dunne,
NSSGA Communications Director
MARC KMEC, THE IMMEDIATE pastchair of the Young Leader Steering Committee, was revealed to be the recipient
of the top drawing prize - a Mercedes
car - at the ROCKPAC reception during
NSSGA's Annual Convention.
"I've never won anything before, not
at golf tournaments, raffles or even a
game of bingo. I am extremely grateful
for this, and humbled to receive such
an amazing gift," said Kmec. "I want
to thank everyone who contributed to
ROCKPAC and the Board of Trustees for
their dedication to our industry."
Kmec said he looks forward to
regularly contributing to ROCKPAC.
"Building relationships with members
of Congress is an important part of
being part of NSSGA and supporting
ROCKPAC," he said. He was among 10
names chosen among ROCKPAC donors
for the grand prize drawing. William
"Bill" Sandbrook, CEO of US Concrete,
also received three of the ROCKPAC
prizes during the event.
ROCKPAC works to support candidates who understand and appreciate
the value of aggregates operation and
are committed to promoting sensible,
scientifically-based safety and environmental laws and regulations. The
aggregates industry's voice is heard
loud and clear in Washington, D.C.,
through the relationships that NSSGA
members build with ROCKPAC.
For more information on ROCKPAC,
NSSGA extends its sincerest thanks
to several companies whose outstanding leadership enabled ROCKPAC to continue to grow at a strong pace. These
individual commitments and company efforts build on ROCKPAC's solid
foundation and are key to it's future.
The support and efforts of longtime
ROCKPAC leaders like Kim Snyder and
Paul Mellott, who was missed during
the Houston reception, are reasons why
ROCKPAC has grown into a top PAC in
NSSGA employees also proudly support ROCKPAC as one of the leading
Kim Snyder, emcee and chairman of McCarthy Bush
Corporation at the ROCKPAC reception.
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