Plumber Industry News: September 2021

A roundup of recent industry news exclusively for plumbing professionals

Little Giant celebrating 80th anniversary in 2021
Franklin Electric brand Little Giant is celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2021. The company is marking the occasion with a series of initiatives planned throughout the year, including a revitalized brand look.

Trenchless Equipment announces new team members
Trenchless Equipment, based in Turlock, California, announced four new members to its team, Michael Lien, Miriam Brenner, David Huff and Bill Seals. Lien, with over 20 years’ experience at TRIC Tools managing all aspects of the business, has taken the position of managing director with Trenchless Equipment. Brenner comes to Trenchless Equipment with over two decades of experience. She has taken the position of international sales specialist with the company. Huff comes to Trenchless Equipment with four years’ experience and was the national sales manager with TRIC Tools. He joins the company as director of sales. Seals comes to Trenchless Equipment with four decades of working with service professionals at both Spartan Tool and TRIC Tools.

A.O. Smith presenting sponsor for Golden Arm award
The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation, along with presenting sponsor A.O. Smith, announced the 2021 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Watch List. The Golden Arm Award annually recognizes the top senior or upperclassman quarterback set to graduate with their class. The 2021 award winner will be presented the Golden Arm Award trophy by foundation President John Unitas, Jr. at the Golden Arm Award banquet and celebration at the Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore on Dec. 10.

Aqua-Rex announces new Ohio rep
Aqua-Rex has partnered with BBN Sales to represent its product in the state of Ohio. BBN Sales current line card is diverse and matches well with Aqua-Rex, which has units sized to be suitable for single residence homes, multifamily and all types of commercial, hospitality, health and correctional facilities.



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