We are PRO New England!

Posted by: Lindsay De Santis, Executive Director of PRO New England

This past spring, our organization made the important shift to establish Professional Remodeling Organization New England. While we continue to work with other affiliates across the country that also believe in the community and member-driven mentality of PRO, we are thankful for the continued support of our community.

I wanted to take this opportunity to provide an overview of what PRO New England offers and address some outstanding questions.

  • Local Established Relationships
  • Local Support & Collaboration
  • Local Programs & Education
  • Local Awards Recognition
  • Local Advocacy

When will I have access to new branded assets for PRO?

We currently have our new logo on our site for members, but we encourage members to hold off on printing materials until our full rebrand is completed this fall.

Can I still promote my past COTY Awards?

Yes. You can promote your past COTY awards.

What happens to my certifications?

NARI Certifications are available to both members and non-members. There is already work being done by the PRO Education committee to create a new PRO certification program that will recognize existing industry certifications (including, but not limited to, NARI).

Why should I become a PRO?

Because you already are. Renewal of your former EM NARI membership will automatically advance you to PRO membership. The local organization and networking you have grown to depend on is still here! We now have the opportunity to create even more diverse programming that speaks to the needs of our local community.

What if I still have questions?

Please reach out to the PRO office and we can address your questions or connect you with one of our board members to discuss. Contact PRO at admin@pro-ne.org or 508.907.6249.

Also, if you are not receiving weekly email blasts from us, check your spam filters so you can stay up to date on all the exciting news PRO New England has! Weekly emails come from Chapter@pro-ne.org.


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