"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail."
Benjamin Franklin could have been talking about your roof!
Call us to make sure you're ready for summer!

In This Issue
July 14, 2018

Is the roof of your home or business ready for the Southwest Florida storm season? Sometimes issues are hiding; you can't know what you don't see. You might think you're shipshape, but underneath the surface there are vulnerabilities that can make you less than storm-ready.

We offer a free 12-point inspection that will uncover any problems your roof might have. Call us for five-star service and a worry-free process:
  • 24-hour call back for an appointment
  • Appointments within 72 hours
  • Installation just weeks away
  • 5-year workmanship warranty for shingle roofs
  • 10-year workmanship warranty for tile roofs
  • We advocate on your behalf with your insurance company to streamline the process and deliver the coverage you deserve.

Tri-Town is your partner for your remodeling and roofing needs. We are personable, professional ... and prepared!

Marc Devisse
Founder & President
Tri-Town Construction

Nail Your Interview!
7 Tips that will make you shine
By Brandie Dickerson, Executive Vice President
The labor market is humming and the competition is lively for the job you want! Here are a few tips to master for your next interview. Good luck!
  1. Research the company. Google, review the website, know the players.
  2. Dress appropriately in business attire, even if you are unsure of the the dress code.
  3. Practice answering anticipated interview questions and engage the interviewer in a conversational manner.
  4. Watch your body language. It's understandable and acceptable to be nervous, but try to settle in and enjoy the conversation.
  5. Be prepared to address skill gaps.
  6. Don't forget extra, clean copies of your resume, recommendation letters, portfolio and awards.
  7. Apply for jobs outside your comfort zone. If an opportunity looks interesting, training may be available and the employer may be desperate! A good work ethic and attitude is most important.
" She believed she could, so she did."
R.S. Grey 
Brandie Dickerson is a sought-after public speaker for organizations throughout Southwest Florida.


Meet Bryan Wild
Business Development Manager

Bryan Wild is the new business development manager for Southwest Florida's Tri-Town Construction. Wild brings more than 25 years of sales and community relations experience to his new position, based in both Florida and Michigan. He serves as Tri-Town's ambassador throughout region's building and real estate industries, working with architects, building managers, homeowners' associations, and interior designers. In addition to his community involvement with business and civic organizations, he assists the company in its charitable work with nonprofits, especially those serving children's needs. 

Business for Good
Supporting the community is part of Tri-Town's mission. As we grow, so do our charitable activities. We give as much time, energy and donation to nonprofits and their events as we are able. Some of the organizations we support are Hope for Haiti, Valerie's House, Eva's Closet, the Children's Advocacy Center, Habitat for Humanity, Pace Center for Girls, and Project Help.

 When you work with Tri-Town, you are expanding our ability to be a "business for good."

About Tri-Town
Tri-Town Construction was established in 2006 by owner Marc Devisse to provide residential and commercial construction in Southwest Florida with an emphasis on remodeling, roofing, and emergency response services for mold, water and fire. The company also serves as an insurance billing specialist that advocates on behalf of customers. Tri-Town Construction's strategic growth strengthens the company's mission of giving back, and is driven by its core values of quality, integrity, safety, and ownership.

Great pay & benefits!