Metl-Span Launches Credits For A Cause Charity Donation Program
Lewisville, TX – Metl-Span, a recognized leader in the advancement of insulated metal panel technology, is giving back to the community with Credits for a Cause, a recently launched charity donation program that
operates in tandem with its continuing education course offerings.
As a function of the new program, Metl-Span will donate $100 on behalf of every architectural firm that enrolls in and completes one of its continuing education webinars. Through e-learning provider AEC Daily, participants in the courses may direct
a Metl-Span donation to one of two charities hand-picked by the company’s business development managers: The Navy SEAL Foundation or Feeding America.
“Credits for a Cause is a charitable way for Metl-Span and architectural firms across the nation to make a difference in our communities, while providing architects an opportunity to earn credits and meet their yearly continuing education requirements,”
said Drew Snoply, director of business development for Cornerstone Brands. “At Metl-Span, we see it as an investment. We are helping architects nationally to stay current and informed, and with their participation, we are helping two organizations
that serve our communities in important ways. It’s a win-win for everyone.”
All nine of Metl-Span’s private live “face-to-face” webinar courses on AEC Daily qualify for a Credits for a Cause $100 donation. Course topics covered include insulated metal panels (IMPs), rainscreens and barrier walls, insulated metal roof panels, cold storage IMPs, mineral wool core
panels, and more.
Credits for a Cause became available to webinar course registrants on December 1.
a Nucor company, manufactures insulated metal wall and roof systems for projects ranging from architectural to cold-storage. To learn more, visit www.metlspan.com.