Allegiance Industries Joins Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association
A premiere provider of facility services management, Allegiance Industries is proud to announce its membership in the Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association (CECA).
Education and labor relations are two of the activities that caught the attention of Peter Kearns, Director of Electrical Operations at Allegiance. Kearns says, “Since its inception, CECA has been a driving force for improvement in the electrical trade. From education to legislation, labor relations to funding, the impact this organization continues to make is immeasurable. We are looking forward to active collaboration with the membership of this new partner.”
Allegiance leverages its involvement in trade organizations to share and stay abreast of trending issues impacting their clients throughout the nation. In addition to education and labor relations, other membership benefits that Kearns finds valuable include the group’s legislation efforts, their scholarship fund which supports electrical apprentice events, and their industry assistance fund designed to offer relief during life-altering events.
“CECA is an outstanding resource for the electrical trade. As Allegiance continues to grow, affiliations with industry groups like this will be instrumental in workforce development.” said John Sullivan, President of Allegiance Industries.
Kendall Parker, Executive Director of CECA says, “We are excited to welcome Allegiance Industries as a new partner. Their footprint across the region continues to grow and we look forward to providing the resources required to enhance both of our organizations.”
About Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association (CECA)
The Carolinas Electrical Contractors Association, Inc. is a full service trade association whose mission is to assist and promote the collective interest of the electrical contractor. Through education, legislation, labor relations, publications, membership activities, and funding opportunities, CECA works to make the industry better. For more information, visit www.carolinaseca.org.