We’re two months into the No Roof Left Behind promotion and already eight homes in Pinellas County have been nominated for a chance to win a free roof replacement this fall. If you know someone who’s also deserving, you want to move quickly to complete the nomination. July 19 is the closing date for all nominations.
So far, our nominations have come from St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and Pinellas Park. One of these homeowners could be our lucky winner, but they must pass the nomination review point this summer and then do well in the finalist voting. The winning home will be announced on September 9.
The extent of roof damage isn’t enough to get a homeowner into the winning spot. It’s also important to show and tell a good story to get others interested. As we see by the current nominees, even choosing the headline should be effective. The one in Pinellas Park wrote, “Just real back luck.” One homeowner in St. Pete chose “Starting Over” to explain the situation there.
Arry’s Roofing invites you to view each nomination, check out the photos, and get a sense of the circumstances. If a submission moves you, you’re welcome to share it from that page by clicking on any of the adjacent icons. You can email it, Tweet it, Facebook it, Google+ it, and share it on LinkedIn. Spreading the word could help your favorite nominee get a step closer to getting the roof replacement you both feel they desperately need and deserve. You can also leave a comment on the nominee’s page; a short note of encouragement is always appreciated.
Keep in mind, if you decide to nominate someone or nominate yourself, you and any other nominee must live in Pinellas County and be the owner of the home in order to be eligible for No Roof Left Behind. Also, finalists must be current on mortgage payments in order to receive the free roof prize.
The nomination form is easy to fill out and most of it should take just a few minutes to complete. The critical areas you’ll want to spend more time on include explaining the roof’s current condition and sharing a personal story about why the nominee truly deserves a free roof. You’ll want to keep the story at 150 words or less.