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Resident NRMCA Eagles Fan Travels to the Dakotas on Concrete Business

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In honor of the Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl, there are two E-NEWS related stories. First, NRMCA Senior Director, Local Paving, Ken Justice, was invited to speak at the North Dakota Ready Mix and Concrete Products Association conference in Bismarck on ACI specifications, specifically by introducing the new concrete pavement design software. Since the members knew that Justice was an avid Philadelphia Eagles season ticket holder, and since the Eagles’ quarterback Carson Wentz went to college in Bismarck, Justice was asked to do a lunchtime presentation about “What is it Like to be a Philadelphia Eagles Fan.” Justice used his connections with the Eagles to procure an authentic Eagles’ jersey signed by Carson Wentz, which he donated to the raffle for the NDRM&CPA scholarship fund. Several thousand dollars were raised with the raffle – and the jersey was won by Cathy Olin (pictured), wife of Scot Olin of NRMCA Producer member Dickinson Ready Mix.

The following week, Justice then traveled to South Dakota to speak (also seen here) at the South Dakota Ready Mixed Concrete Association annual convention, where he spoke about ACI 330 design and introduced PaveAhead. The following day, Justice taught a 3-hour ACI 330 Parking Lot design class for over 30 engineers – while wearing his Eagles jersey. Look for Ken on TV at the parade this Thursday!

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