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About the CCINW
The CCINW is a non profit association of leading Carpet, Rug, Fabric Cleaning Firms, and Restoration Contractors from the Northwestern United States and Western Canada. They work together to advance the knowledge and professionalism of the textile cleaning industry. Members of the CCINW are some of the most highly trained and experienced individuals in our industry.

Our association participates with the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Carpet and Restoration Certification) and the Connections Events which partners 13 regional associations from the United States and Canada for training and educational improvement.
 


History
In the late 1940's rug cleaners in Oregon began meeting informally to solve problems they had in common. At the same time, rug cleaners in the Puget Sound area were doing the same. These groups then began regular meetings in Chehalis and in 1948 the Rug Cleaners Institute was born.

Over the years the Association has grown to include members who; clean carpets, rugs, window treatments, furniture and air ducts; repair rugs and carpets; and restore fire and water damaged structures. Its territory expanded to include members in British Columbia, Manitoba, Alberta, Alaska, Idaho and Western Montana.

The CCINW maintains an ownership share of the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), an organization that provides technical training for the industry.



Bylaws
CCINW Bylaws coming soon!
 

Current Officers
 
Scott Mitseff President
Scott Mitseff
Mastersteam Custom Textile Cleaning
Yakima, WA 98908
Ph: (509) 575-0923
Email: smitseff@icloud.com
Web: http://mastersteamservices.com

 

 


 


 
Immediate Past President
Open


 
Secretary
Open Position
 

 

 

Treasurer
Open Position

 
Tyson Brauneis Board Member at Large
Tyson Brauneis
Sam's Carpet Care
601 N Bunker Hill Ste D
Wasilla, AK 99654
Ph: (907) 373-7276
Fax: (907) 373-4738
Email: sales [at] samscarpetcare.com
Web: http://www.samscarpetcare.com

 


 

Oregon Chapter President
Open Position

 
Director of Education
Open Position

 

Washington Chapter Representative
Open Position
B.C. Chapter Representative
Open Position
   




Awards
Information about CCINW Awards coming soon!
 

Board Meeting Minutes

You may read meeting minutes by clicking on any links below
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April 22, 2009 | CCINW Board Meeting Minutes

April 9, 2009 | CCINW Board Planning Meeting Minutes

March 31, 2009 | CCINW Balance Sheet

January through March 2009 | CCINW Profit & Loss Budget vs. Actual

January 10, 2009 | CCINW Board Conference Call

December 2, 2008 | CCINW Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

February 29, 2008 | CCINW Board Conference Call

November 9, 2007 | CCINW Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

September 10, 2007 | CCINW Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
 



Code of Ethics
Maintain the highest professional standards of workmanship and service to our customers.

Conduct our business affairs with honesty and integrity, never resorting to unfair trade practices that might reflect not only on our organization, but on the entire industry.

Avoid misrepresentation of products and services, false promises, misleading advertising or other promotion of work that might lead to misconception on the part of the customer.

Share our knowledge and experience with fellow members with the objective of upgrading the industry.

Participate in educational workshops and seminars to improve our own expertise and keep abreast of new developments in technology and methods.

Do everything possible to enhance the reputation of our members as skilled professional technicians, offering honest, dependable and competent service to the customer.

We therefore subscribe to this Code of Ethics and will conduct our business affairs accordingly.



Purpose and Mission
It shall be the purpose of the CCINW to serve the consumer's needs first, promote the industry second and then provide opportunities to it's members for mutually beneficial relationships and professional development. It shall be an organization designed to attract quality members willing to be personally involved in the business of the Institute and it's goals.



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