Hoosier Technician Wins National MVP Award

Hoosier Technician Wins National MVP Award

Korellis Roofing

Reese being given his award.

Brandon Reese, a service technician with Hammond-based Korellis Roofing, was recently awarded a national Most Valuable Player Award from the Roofing Alliance for Progress. The award honors those with specific attributes and activities that make an individual noteworthy and unique. There are two MVP categories – Outstanding On-the-Job Performance and Workmanship, and Outstanding Noteworthy Contributions Outside the Workplace.

Reese was awarded a winner in the Outside the Workplace category for his role in the military, having completed three tours overseas and still being a part of the National Guard. In addition, Brandon works with Helmets to Hardhats, a national nonprofit that connects National Guard, Reserve, and retired and transitioning active-duty members with opportunities in the construction industry. This past summer he was also part of recruitment efforts with the International Union of Roofers, Waterproofers, and Allied Workers.

He was honored at the International Roofing Expo in Nashville, TN. He was then chosen as the “Best of the Best” which is considered to be the overall winner of all five MVP winners being honored. It is one of the highest individual recognitions in the roofing industry. He will be featured on the cover and in an article in Professional Roofing magazine, a national roofing industry publication.