Mike Dion, President of Metro Walls was recognized as a leading business owner in the construction industry and presented the distinguished Construction Industry Good Scout Award from Daniel Webster Boy Scouts of America. The award reception held on Wednesday, June 10 at the Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH benefited the youth organization that helps build future leaders with a program of community exploration and service, exciting outdoor adventure, and practical skills training.
“Honorees are selected for their integrity and outstanding community service, as evidenced by their support of many worthwhile organizations including the Boy Scouts,” said John Rainville, Development Director, Daniel Webster Boy Scouts of America. “Metro Walls is an industry leader and we are proud to present Mike and the entire company this award for their outstanding character and ethical business practices that incorporate the values that Scouting works to instill in young people.”
Mark Holden, President of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) VT/NH and past honoree presented Mike with the Award. “I’m proud to present this prestigious award to my colleague and friend, Mike Dion. He and his company demonstrate high levels of ethical standards within our industry and they are very deserving of this award.”
“This is a very meaningful award for Metro Walls,” said Mike Dion. “This award is a symbol of the outstanding character and high ethical standards of all our employees. I am proud to accept this recognition on behalf of them.”
Caption: Mike Dion, President, Metro Walls receives distinguished 2015 Construction Industry Good Scout Award from Daniel Webster Boy Scouts of America. Presenting the award is Mark Holden, reception chairman, 2014 award recipient, and President of ABC VT/NH and Aaron Triehy, from Troop 109.