At Bat In Atlanta

Home Run For Atlas Roofing Roadshow At Turner Field

Oliver Olinger, Writer
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The Atlas Roofing Roadshow wrapped up its 2016 season at Turner Field in Atlanta. Turner Field was the iconic home of Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves for more than 20 seasons. The stadium was originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium to host events for the Summer Olympic Games in 1996. The Braves moved to their new home, SunTrust Park, in 2017.

Contractors from all over the Southeast came to the 755 Club — named after the number of home runs hit by baseball legend Hank Aaron — in the stadium’s outfield to attend the final roadshow stop of the year. There, they met with Atlas sales reps, made new contacts and learned about new products and opportunities.

Contractors gained expert knowledge and resources during educational presentations about Atlas shingles and underlayment, and learned how to become a 3M Scotchgard™ Protector Shingle Sales Specialist.

Everyone received a professional headshot and a goodie bag, and some even won prizes in the “What’s That Streaking?” game. All attendees left the final roadshow of 2016 happy, informed and better equipped to increase their roofing sales in the future.