The NASF recently launched the NASF 1000 campaign to provide long term support for the finishing industry's public policy advocacy activities. As part of the association's "Surface Technology Initiative," the NASF 1000 aims to keep the industry both environmentally and economically sustainable in its vital role in the manufacturing base, says Jeff Hannapel of The Policy Group.
A number of companies made commitments to the NASF 1000 at this month's NASF Management Conference, and there are nearly 80 NASF 1000 participants. Three NASF members have demonstrated significant leadership and support of the industry by pledging $25,000 over five years:
- Gatto Industrial Platers (Chicago, IL),
- Lincoln Industries (Lincoln, NE), and
- SWD Inc. (Addison, IL)
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NASF is committed to achieving a goal of 100 NASF 1000 participants by SUR/FIN 2013 in Rosemont, Illinois, Hannapel says.
A pledge form and more information about the program are available on the NASF website. Please contact Jeff Hannapel for additional information at email@example.com.