A Letter from Brian: Thank You for Your Support

DEMA boothGreetings everyone,

I would like to give everyone my best wishes as we near the end of the year and the upcoming holidays. I would also like to thank everyone for their support with regard to my personal letter to the industry. Though I knew it would most likely cause some discomfort in raising certain issues regarding the state of our industry, I was very humbled and surprised by all the positive feedback that I received via email, phone calls and at DEMA by both, members and non-members alike.

I want to extend a sincere thank you to our members for being there for us, supporting us and being an advocate of the organization. It was fantastic to see so many old friends and new friends at DEMA attending our seminars and participating in our updates. As always, your feedback is greatly appreciated, understanding that you are in the field, feeling the heart beat of this industry every day.

Our theme this year is, “Welcome Home”. It is important to us to have the relationship with you that you expect from your training organization; a place to feel welcomed, helpful to your needs and protected. We hope as you worked with us throughout the year… you felt and will continue to feel, at home.

Thank you,
Brian Carney – Brian.Carney@tdisdi.com

2 replies
  1. Richard Taylor
    Richard Taylor says:

    Success starts (and ends!) at the top….so thanks for the effort you and the HQ Team put in on behalf of all of the members and for advocating, not only on our behalf but for all the industry. After 20 years TDI/SDI feels more like home than ever before….and that is a direct result of the good hands sterling the ship! So, our thanks to you and all at HQ…and here’s to a great 2015!


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