Portable Sanitation Association International

Association Insight Dec. 11

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WEEKLY EDITION DECEMBER 11, 2019 It's Awards Season! Nominations due February 7, 2020 By Diane Riggs, PSAI Communications Manager…continued from page 1 Click here to learn more about the PSAI awards, and start gathering information for your nomination kit today! The nomination kit includes: • Contact information for the award nominee • Letters of support • Completed nomination form • Nomination short essay Several industry leaders nominated Ron. They and others emphasized in their testimonials his qualities of leadership, personal mentoring, friendliness, honesty, and integrity. Ron has also been a leader within the PSAI. He's a past Board President and has served on numerous committees during the years. To do Mr. Inman and his career justice, the PSAI enlisted help from several nominators, co-workers, and family members to produce a video addressing the myriad reasons he deserves to be among the pantheon of the portable sanitation industry's most respected leaders. Click here to nominate the 2020 Andy Gump Award winner! PAGE 2 CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 2019 Award Recipients Our 2019 award winners exemplify the fair-minded integrity, customer service focus, and leadership qualities the PSAI values. Review the stories of these awardees, and think who might similarly deserve recognition. The Andy Gump Award is named for the legendary M.C. "Andy" Gump of Andy Gump Temporary Site Services in Santa Clarita, California. Gump wasn't just an industry leader; he was a pioneer in portable sanitation whose innovative approach to business changed the sanitation field forever. ' The Andy Gump Award statue (pictured on page 1) depicts a cowboy shaking hands with a banker. "It portrays the way my dad did business," explained his son, Barry Gump. "A hand shake was his word and bond, and he didn't need a contract or piece of paper to seal the deal." The 2019 top award went Ron Inman, Vice President of Northwest Cascade and General Manager of the Honey Bucket Division in Puyallup, Washington. He has spent decades improving and expanding the portable sanitation industry. Since 1982, Honey Bucket has grown from 1,000 portable toilets to about 37,000 today. Ron joined Northwest Cascade in 1975.

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