1 cent per masonry unit goes to the Concrete Masonry Checkoff Board pursuant to the Concrete Masonry Products Research, Education, and Promotion Act of 2018.Learn More At ConcreteMasonryCheckoff.org
What you need to know about assessments?
The Concrete Masonry Checkoff Program will begin paving the way for game-changing programs designed to win back lost market share and drive new demand for block. Assessments will begin on April 1, 2023.
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Regional Advisory Committees
The Regional Advisory Committees (RAC) hold the responsibility of creating programs at the local and regional levels to be considered for investment by the Board. The eligibility criteria to join the RAC are intentionally inclusive and inviting, and require participation from various professionals such as masonry contractors, material suppliers, architects, engineers, labor specialists, academia members, and association staff. The SCMA is part of Region 2, which includes Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Florida.
Region 2 Team
Chair: Rocky Jenkins, CEMEX
Vice-Chair: Sam Finney, Tidewater Block LLC
Stay Updated on the Checkoff’s Progress
As the checkoff program matures, we aim to keep the industry informed of progress. Subscribe to weekly email updates, which will include progress reports, webinars, and other informative topics. To receive these communications, visit cmucheckoff.com and fill out the sign-up form with your information.