Tennant Announces First Round of Finalists in Custodians Are Key ContestDecember 3, 2019
Tennant Co. has announced the first round of finalists in its Custodians Are Key recognition program.
Launched earlier this year, the program recognizes the work K-12 custodians are doing in schools across the United States. Parents, teachers, and school administrators are invited to nominate custodians for their efforts to provide students with a healthy and safe educational environment.
The round one finalists include:
- Natasha Fitzpatrick, Haines Borough School District, Haines, Alaska
- Mark Cease, Powell County High School, Deer Lodge, Montana
- Mike Bieser, Plateau Valley School, Collbran, Colorado.
Each finalist will receive a US$500 gift card. By May 20, 2020, Tennant will select a grand prize winner from a total of 12 finalists, who will receive a prize valued at $5,000 while his or her school receives $10,000.
For more information on the recognition program or to submit a nomination, visit tennantco.com/custodian.
Tennant Co. is a manufacturer of equipment for maintaining surfaces in industrial, commercial, and outdoor environments as well as surface coatings for concrete floors. Tennant sells products directly in 15 countries and through distributors in more than 80 countries. For more information, visit www.tennantco.com.