Pictured above from left to right, Carl Jacobson, BBB Chair; Hosea Sanders of ABC 7 News; Roy and Laura Ann Spencer of Perma-Seal; and Steve J. Bernas, President & CEO of BBB Chicago and Northern Illinois.
DOWNERS GROVE, IL – The Better Business Bureau (BBB) spotlights companies that exemplify ethical business practices. Perma-Seal Basement Systems is honored to announce that it has received the prestigious 2016 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
“Customer service is a key aspect on which the independent judges evaluate all Torch Award entries,” said Steve J. Bernas, President and CEO of the BBB serving Chicago and Northern Illinois. “Without this clear focus on customers, business cannot be truly successful. Ethics is not just a statement; ethics is an action, a deed, a philosophy that drives people, a manner of conducting one’s self, and of simply doing the right thing. That is exactly the reason Perma-Seal has been honored. The entire Perma-Seal team should be proud of their accomplishments.”
For over thirty-six years, Perma-Seal has been proud to offer Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana homeowners and businesses the best in basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation and foundation repair. “Our mission is to make the world a better place by creating a good workplace, being the leader in the industry, helping over 350,000 homeowners and providing nearly 250 people with career opportunities,” said Roy Spencer, President and Owner of Perma-Seal Basement Systems. “I’m happy and proud to be part of the Perma-Seal team.”
Their Mission, Vision and Core Values guide all areas of Perma-Seal business operations. In addition, being compassionate and giving back is something the organization feels strongly about, and it shows through the many internal donation drives and in-kind services given to the local community.
Alongside Roy and Laura Ann Spencer, members of their Tribe were in attendance to receive the 2016 Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics within the category for 100-999 employees. The award was presented at a luncheon ceremony on Thursday, November 19. For more information, visit www.permaseal.net or call 800-421-SEAL.
The article’s source: Chicago Tribune’s Website.