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posted on Jul. 02, 2019, at 9:00 a.m.

NKBA Staff

Congratulations to the following individuals who have earned NKBA Specialty Badges:

Aaron Gould, AKBD, has added a Living In Place Specialist Badge to his credentials. The independent designer, based in Cortland, N.Y., has been incorporating LIP principles into his work for many years. He’s been an NKBA Voices from the Industry speaker, Central New York Chapter board member, and a member of the association since December 2014. Learn more about Aaron here.

Chadwick Hunter has earned his Cabinetry Specialist Badge. At Hunter Kitchen & Bath in Exton, Pa., Chad specializes in kitchens with distinctive cabinetry and innovative storage solutions, and has been a member of NKBA since September 2010. Learn more about Chadwick here.

David Bernardino 
has earned his badge as a Sales and Marketing Specialist. David is the chief client officer and head of research and planning at Ammunition, an Atlanta-based business development and marketing agency that helps brands serving the home building industry.Learn more about David here.

NKBA Specialty Badges are a great way to turn your knowledge into opportunities, exposure and a competitive edge. Badge holders communicate that they have focused knowledge in a particular area of the kitchen and bath field. Badges are available to all members of the NKBA, whether remodelers, installers, sales representatives, marketing specialists, dealers or designers. The five badges currently available are Living In Place, Floorplans & Specifications, Remodeling, Cabinetry and Sales & Marketing. More badges will be rolled out this year, including Lighting, Color and Sustainability. To learn more about the Specialty Badge program, click here.

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