Local Plumber in Northwest Florida is Highlighting Outstanding Employees

February 15, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Panama City, Fla. - Mr. Rooter Plumbing recently held a champions contest amongst all of its locations. Two of the Panama City location employees were recognized among the top plumbers in Panama City, FL. The contest was held during the last quarter of 2019 and the winners were announced in early February.

Keith and Michael were both awarded a top place for service ticket average, ranking 1st and 2nd respectively. Each winner will receive a prize package along with invitations to the Champions Conference this April in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Scott Hobbs, the owner of the local Mr. Rooter showed his support by saying, “We are proud of Keith and Michael and all they do to provide amazing service and customer satisfaction to every customer they serve as well as how much they inspire and mentor our entire team.”

Mr. Rooter of Northwest Florida is among the top plumbing companies in Panama City, FL, due to hard work and dedication from devoted employees such as Keith and Michael. Mr. Rooter of Northwest Florida is proud to serve the community and offers 24/7 emergency plumbing services.

Those who are in need of a plumber give Mr. Rooter of Northwest Florida a call today at 850-250-0906 or you can visit them online at https://www.mrrooter.com/northwest-florida/.

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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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