PR Manager Mark Yates of Leading Plumbing Company in Panama City Awarded Ambassador of the Year

May 17, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Panama City, FL - The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce’s celebratory Annual Awards Dinner was a night of recognition as it honored six of their outstanding members. The event was themed “A Coastal Affair, Celebrating our Community.” This year’s Ambassador of the Year Award was presented to the plumbing company in Panama City PR Manager, Mark Yates, of Mr. Rooter Plumbing of NWFL.

The prestigious event recognized local citizens for their dedication and accomplishments in the community and within the Panama City Beach Chamber. These awards included the Community Impact Award, Humanitarian of the Year, Chamber Ambassador of the Year, Business Excellence Award, Young Professional of the Year, and a dedication to the Chamber’s 2018 Chairman.

The Mr. Rooter Plumbing of NWFL team is available 24/7 to supply residential and commercial solutions at affordable rates to the local community. The Panama City plumbers are constantly prepared to address calls and provide remarkable quality client assistance and service, which has contributed to their outstanding reputation in Panama City and surrounding areas.

The Chamber of Commerce expanded upon their admiration for Mr. Yates by stating “Whether it be attending ribbon cuttings and grand openings, he goes above and beyond for the Chamber. He is not only a great asset to the Chamber, but also equally valuable to the community.”

The leading Panama City FL plumbers pride themselves on providing septic and plumbing needs with reliable and fast service. They do not have an overtime charge, always abide by upfront pricing, and have a team of trained professionals available all hours of the day or night. For more information check out their website https://www.mrrooter.com/panama-city/.

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For more information about Mr. Rooter of Northwest Florida, contact the company here:

Mr. Rooter of Northwest Florida
Scott Hobbs
920 NE Ave
plumbing.panama.city.fl@gmail.com
920 NE Ave Panama City, FL 32401

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