Founded in 1912 and not a government agency, but a network of local BBB organizations based in the US and Canada. The BBB gathers and reports information on business reliability, alerts the public to fraud against consumers and businesses, provides information on ethical business practices and acts as a mutually trusted intermediary between consumers and businesses to resolve disputes.
NRCA is one of the construction industry’s most respected trade associations and the voice and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education technology and advocacy.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is the only independent national association dedicated soley to the remodeling industry. NARI’s focus is on professional conduct, continuing education, training, fair and ethical treatment within the industry. NARI certification of professional remodeling contractors serves as the association’s recognition of remodeling professionals who have met stringent criteria for experience and pledged a commitment to high standards of practice and NARI’s Code of Ethics. Industry professionals and consumers alike recognize the NARI logo as a symbol of quality.
Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses dedicated to the economic vitality of the Rancho Cordova region. The Chamber represents the business community as a whole and works together to provide dynamic networking, advocacy and business resources to the members. Membership in a local chamber offers tangible benefits and keeps business owners on top of important issues and trends within their community and local marketplace.
Small businesses play a critical role in maintaining a thriving local economy and play an equally important role in providing support to help meet the needs of the community. United Way California Capital Region makes it simple and affordable for small businesses to give back by becoming a partner of the “Small Business Program”. This program is designed specifically for small business to assume a place of philanthropic leadership and support the United Way’s Square One Project. This project is making sure all kids in the community have what they need to graduate from high school and be successful in college and beyond.