The Most Valuable Player Award is a national recognition that honors workers who are outstanding employees within their companies.
Texas Traditions Roofing, a family owned, residential and commercial roofing company serving Central Texas, announced that team member Brooks Flynn was named a finalist in the Roofing Alliance 2021-2022 Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards Program.
The MVP Awards program celebrates workers who are outstanding employees within their companies and recognizes them for their outstanding performance. They are characterized by having a strong work ethic, showing leadership, initiative and resourcefulness, earning an outstanding safety record, supporting their co-workers and going above and beyond.
“Brooks is a leader that we are blessed to have and he helps elevate others that interact with him,” said Michael Pickel, President of Texas Traditions Roofing. “Brooks is the definition of customer service and our core values.”
Company owner and President of Production Mike Pickel agrees saying, “Brooks is the leader that will constantly educate those he works with all while striving to grow his knowledge in the roofing industry. He is one of a kind and we are grateful to have him as a member of our team.”
Customers agree that Brooks goes above and beyond on each job. In an online review, one customer shared, “The superintendent Brooks really saved the day for us. Brooks is very responsive, professional and knowledgeable. Brooks is the best, he is there when we had questions or issues during and after roof installations, he is always there to help to resolve the issues promptly.”
About Texas Traditions Roofing
Texas Traditions Roofing began as a shared calling by three family members to work in their local community while giving back at the same time. The company specializes in the repair and replacement of residential and commercial roofs in the Central Texas region. They believe in doing business based on strong, traditional Texas values and work hard to establish A Tradition of Trust for customers and the community. For more information, visit www.texastraditionsroofing.com