As a supplier of architectural metals (brass, bronze and nickel silver extrusions), our team at Mac Metals comes across many customers and supporting casts that would benefit from becoming members of NOMMA (National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association). Take a look below at some of the advantages of belonging to this organization which serves the architectural and ornamental metalworking industry.
Benefits of Joining NOMMA
Mac Metals, a custom extrusion company that provides ornamental metals, would like to bring to you the benefits of joining the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association. Here are a few of the top reasons to join this fine group.
- An advocate for building codes that promote public safety while addressing fabricating and commercial practicalities from an association standpoint.
- NOMMA provides technical support to members through technical manuals, on-line video libraries, webinars, tutorials, and ListServ: a platform that allows members to discuss questions, or issues on-line.
- Subscriptions to Fabricator Magazine, the association’s official trade publication, and access to the NOMMA Newswire.
- Opportunities to attend METALfab (Annual Convention, Education and Suppliers Show) and local chapters within the NOMMA organization.
NOMMA creates value for its varying fabricator and supplier members in many ways. Take a few minutes to learn more about this association by visiting www.NOMMA.org, emailing for information at email@example.com, or calling the NOMMA hotline at 888-516-8585 ext 101.
Mac Metals; a Kearny, New Jersey Custom Metals Company that provides custom extrusions to many fabricators and consumers; is a NOMMA Member that has seen nothing but benefits from the relationships created as a member of this fine group. Please take the time to view a recent meeting of the NOMMA Northeast Chapter hosted by Mac Metals, and check out the pictures from the meeting on NOMMA’s Flickr Page.
To learn firsthand from a National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association Member, please contact Mac Metals Director Mark Sisson at firstname.lastname@example.org.