Originally Posted By: Rusty Rothrock
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Count me in also for Virginia.
Maybe we can even take this a little further and get Chris to design a "topshelf" NACHI website geared strictly for the legislative/government/control bodies and personnel. This website could be a slight variation of the existing NACHI website including many things such as :
1. History of NACHI, years in operation, the original purpose and vision of starting NACHI, how many states do we have members in, etc.
2. A section that would talk about how NACHI differs from other inspection organizations.
3. NACHI's Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics, etc.
4. A section that deals with how one qualifies to become a NACHI member and the continuing education that is required.
5. A section that listed all the licensing states who have approved NACHI (with links to the various state's bills or appropriate language showing us approved).
6. Positive articles and any good PR related to NACHI success stories around the country (both legislative and all other forms).
7. And anything else that would be pertinent information to a government person looking at this website.
The "topshelf" NACHI legislative website could be one of our biggest selling tools in this journey that you have taken on (and we who have joined your effort). The new website would be relatively easy to promote and to get the proper government people to look at. The ultimate goal for this website would be that when one is finished reading and scanning the entire content, they would sit there in awe thinking ...
"This NACHI really has their stuff together, they're organized, they're professional, they have an honorable goal and vision, they adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, plus they're growing in leaps and bounds. I see no reason why we can't add this professional home inspection organization to our approved list."
Knowing and seeing the huge creative ability that Chris processes, there is no doubt in my mind that he couldn't create an awesome legislative website that I'm thinking of. One that would just knock their socks off.
Anyway, just my thoughts Joe. Sorry to go off. Again, count me in.