Puppy on a Mission

Help us name a future service dog!

Naylor has a soft spot when it comes to dogs, and through our support of America's VetDogs we're ecstatic to be sponsoring a future service dog for a United States veteran! America's VetDogs trains and places service dogs with vets with a variety of disabilities, and we're proud to help by sponsoring a future puppy on a mission to serve. Here's how our naming contest works:

  • Submit a name before Dec. 31. Anyone can suggest a name, and there's no limit to how many names you submit!
  • We'll pick the top 5 names out of all suggestions and send an email to everyone who offered a name with an invitation to vote for the final puppy name in early 2020.
  • The winning name will be announce and given to a future VetDog!

Submit Your Favorite Puppy Name!


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Charlotte F. Birch, Senior Vice President, Member Communications, American Bankers Association

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Building a Legacy of Association Strength: Thomas Foreman, BSIABC

Thomas Foreman enjoyed a long career in industrial supplies sales followed by a stint working from home for a construction hardware manufacturing company before becoming president of the Building Supply Industry Association of British Columbia as well as the Executive Director of the British Columbia Floor Covering Association (BCFCA). He couldn’t be more satisfied with the legacy BSIABC and BCFCA are creating for the building supply industry as well as other small associations in the province. The Building Supply Warehouse and Distribution Certification Program trains and places new workers each year in meaningful, dignified jobs. A new mentoring program that helps students explore construction-related careers in more depth while promoting the idea of association membership is in pilot stages with students from the University of British Columbia. Thomas also is on the board of an association of associations – the Building Material Council of Canada.

We spoke with Thomas about these accomplishments and how he balances a satisfyingly full workload.

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