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NSSGA president recognised by Trending40

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The president and CEO of the NSSGA, Michael Johnson, has been recognised by Trending40 as an exceptional association leader in the DC region. He has been celebrated as a groundbreaker who has demonstrated exceptional leadership for the stone, sand and gravel industry.

“Trending 40 was thrilled to have the chance to honour Michael Johnson and so many other great association leaders from the DC area last week. It’s an exciting time in the association community with so many new initiatives and technologies being deployed” said Doug Anderson, Founder of Trending40.

“Thanks goes out to Doug and Trending 40. From my start here at NSSGA more than three years ago, my goal was to grow the scope and influence of this association and awards such as this recognise the fact that we have made great progress for the benefit of the entire stone, sand and gravel industry,” Johnson said.

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