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2018 TOPS AWARDS NOMINATION FORM
The Community Associations Institute-Greater Inland Empire represents a wide variety of professionals and volunteers in the Common Interest Development Industry. Each year, the best and brightest are recognized for their achievements and outstanding work at the TOPS (Top of Profession & Service) Awards:
December 14, 2018
DoubleTree - Ontario
222 N. Vineyard Avenue
Ontario, CA 91764

We know how hard both professionals and volunteers work within our industry. Now is the time to let them know how much you appreciate them. You may ask, who can nominate and who can win? Everyone within the appropriate category...managers, volunteers, community association leaders, business partners, homeowners... is eligible as long as they are a member in good standing with the CAI-GRIE chapter.
Submissions must be received no later than November 9, 2018


Awards Criteria and Categories
All categories require CAI-GRIE membership in good standing.

Manager of the Year - On-site
(3+ years’ experience)
Presented to a manager with three or more years’ experience that has displayed exemplary conduct in ethics, displays good communication and management skills, and shows loyalty to the industry by furthering service, education and professionalism.

Manager of the Year - Portfolio
(3+ years’ experience)
Presented to a manager with three or more years’ experience that has displayed exemplary conduct in ethics, displays good communication and management skills, and shows loyalty to the industry by furthering service, education and professionalism.

Up & Comer Award
(Less than 3 years’ experience)
Presented to a manager or manager-in-training with less than three years’ experience that has displayed exemplary conduct in ethics, displays good communication and management skills, and shows loyalty to the industry by furthering service, education and professionalism.

Community Association of the Year
Presented to award recipients who have gone above and beyond within their communities. Four size categories: Small Association – under 100; Medium Association – 101-500; Large Association – 501-1000; X-large – 1001+

Industry Innovation of the Year - Business Partner
Awarded to a business partner member that has introduced the most significant and/or innovative new product or service into the community association marketplace during the year.

Industry Innovation of the Year - Management Company
Awarded to a management company that has introduced the most significant and/or innovative new product or service into the community association marketplace during the year.


Association Volunteer of the Year

Awarded to a community member that helps make their association a nicer place to live. Through their own direct efforts and with association approval, this volunteer may have organized the building of a dog park, for example, or worked to improve play areas for children, or any number of ideas and efforts that have increased the value of living in the community.

Community Outreach Volunteer
Awarded to a person or organization that helps the community through their actions and activities. Activities can include such things as organizing a blood drive, community outreach, volunteering for a cause, etc. This category is for activities outside of CAI that contribute in general to building a stronger community.

Business Partner of the Year
Awarded to a business partner company or individual that has made an impact on the industry by going above and beyond.





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2019 CHAPTER SPONSORS

  • PLATINUM
  • AMS Paving, Inc.
  • ECLMI
  • Elite Pest Management, Inc.
  • EmpireWorks Reconstruction & Painting
  • Harvest Landscape Enterprises, Inc.
  • NPG Asphalt
  • GOLD
  • Animal Pest Management, Inc.
  • Epsten Grinnell & Howell, APC
  • Park West Landscape Management
  • Seacoast Commerce Bank
  • Segal Insurance Agency, Inc.
  • SILVER
  • CLS Landscape Management, Inc.
  • Diversified Asphalt Products, Inc.
  • Fox & Stephens, CPAs, Inc.
  • Kriger Law Firm
  • Mission Landscape Companies
  • Painting Unlimited, Inc.
  • ProTec Building Services
  • Riley Pasek Canty, LLP
  • Tri-County Lighting Services, Inc.
  • BRONZE
  • Adams Stirling PLC
  • Andre Landscape Services, Inc.
  • Antis Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc.
  • Bemus Landscape, Inc.
  • Elias Bros. Contractors, Inc.
  • Fenton, Grant, Mayfield, Kaneda & Litt, LLP
  • Fiore Racobs & Powers, A PLC
  • FirstService Residential, AAMC
  • iMailTracking, LLC
  • O'Connell Landscape Maintenance, Inc.
  • Pilot Painting & Construction
  • Prendiville Insurance Agency
  • Roy Palacios Insurance Agency, Inc.
  • Sherwin-Williams Company
  • TLG Paving Company, Inc.
  • Villa Park Landscape, Inc.
  • Vista Paint Corporation
  • TITANIUM
  • Agricultural Pest Control
  • Alliance Association Bank
  • Ameri-Cal Pipe and Plumbing
  • Associa-PCM
  • Beaumont Tashjian
  • BrightView Landscape Services
  • Broadband Agreements by MCF
  • Cornerstone Commercial & Personal Insurance Services, Inc.
  • Dunn-Edwards Paints
  • Garland Restoration, Inc.
  • Lifetime Vinyl Fence Fabricators, Inc.
  • PatioShoppers Commercial Pool & Patio Furniture
  • PrimeCo Construction
  • RGS Landscape & Arbor Care
  • Sustainable Water Savings
  • The Naumann Law Firm
  • Tinnelly Law Group