The National Insurance Restoration Council Sponsors Networking Reception at Annual Construction Conference

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Leading consumer advocacy organization provides engaging platform for industry discussion

The National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) is the presenting sponsor of the Networking Reception at the third annual Win the Storm conference. The Networking Reception will be held on March 3rd from 6-9 p.m. at the Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas at 4510 Paradise Road, Las Vegas. The Networking Reception is free and open to Win the Storm conference attendees, and provides a unique opportunity for the industry professionals throughout the globe to gather and share ideas. Networking Reception co-sponsor is Elev8 Consulting Group. The Storm Ventures Group Win the Storm conference takes place March 3-4 at the at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and provides two days of training for construction and restoration companies to learn tactics and skills to scale and expand their business models.

The NIRC is a non-profit consumer advocacy organization devoted to protecting and educating property owners and restoration contractors when dealing with insurance claims, and serves the common interest of insurance restoration contractors, while also protecting consumers from unethical contractors. The National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) partnered with Global Risk Management Solutions (GRMS) to provide the highest standard of contractor screening solutions. The NIRC prestigious certification and stringent vetting protocol has raised the industry standard for contractor screening and consumer protection. The NIRC is a leading nationwide advocate for improved legislation and case law to protect consumers and contractors when dealing with insurance claims throughout the nation.

“It is a pleasure to sponsor the networking event at Win the Storm this year. This is a crucial part of the conference that allows professionals to discuss and share different ideas with each other, creating lasting connections. The NIRC is paving the way and setting the standard in industry reform. We have raised the bar for many in this industry to exceed standards, meet the needs of property owners, and ensure ethical practices all around,” says Joe Radcliff, CEO and founder of The National Insurance Restoration Council.

NIRC membership only certifies the best and most experienced certified and licensed contractors throughout the nation who pass an independent 3rd party screening process by GRMS, and who practice the Diamond Standard code of ethics, superior workmanship and customer service. Learn more at http://www.NIRC4Change.org.

The Win the Storm conference features leading speakers from various sectors including sales, software, technology, construction law, industry reform, tax, insurance, public adjustments, marketing, and publicity. The 2016 keynote speaker is Grant Cardone of Cardone Sales Training University. NIRC founder, Joe Radcliff, will present on accreditation, screening and case law tactics that protect contractors and property owners. The two-day seminar includes classes, interactive skit training, roundtable discussions, Q&A, motivational and team building exercises.

About the National Insurance Restoration Council
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) is a non-profit organization devoted to protecting and educating property owners and restoration contractors when dealing with insurance claims. The NIRC acts as the principal advocate for improved legislation and case law to protect consumers and contractors when dealing with insurance claims throughout the nation. The NIRC serves the common interest of insurance restoration contractors and protects consumers from unethical contractors. Vetted and certified NIRC certified contractors adhere to a strict code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance restoration process, and give back to communities in storm damaged areas. NIRC certified contractors go through an extensive background check to become members of the Diamond Standard code of business. The NIRC as a self-regulated entity and cooperates with the Department of Insurance (DOI) and other regulatory authorities throughout the United States to improve the ethics of the industry through education and high standards. Learn more at http://www.NIRC4Change.org.

Media Inquiries:

Vera Anderson
Elev8 Consulting Group
Ph: 386.243.5388
Web: http://www.elev8cg.com

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