Vote Chris


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          This is Chris Lambrinides, owner of All County Window Cleaning in New Jersey. I have been a loyal IWCA member since 2002.

I am contacting you today to alert you that I am running to be a director of the board of or our great organization, the IWCA.

Nine years ago I had some basic equipment, a hand full of fliers and a lot of drive. In that nine years I have built the East coasts largest residential Window Cleaning company and developed considerable business skills.

I believe my strong business experience would benefit the future of the IWCA. I have given and will keep giving to our industry. Please vote for me in the upcoming election. I will not let you down. Below you will find my bio so you can get to know a little bit more about me before you fill out your ballot.

If you have any questions for me before you vote, please feel free to contact me directly:

Office: 973 827 8311
Cell: 845 987 6915
or simply reply to this email.

thanks for your time

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Lambrinides is the founder and CEO of All County Window Cleaning. What started as a college side job for Chris 9 years ago, has now developed into the largest residential window cleaning company on the east coast. Employing a staff of 55, All County Window Cleaning’s primary focus is residential window cleaning and storefront window cleaning routes.

Lambrinides has been a member of the IWCA for the past seven years and is currently serving as a member of the IWCA Convention committee. In addition, he also is a member of MWCOA.

As an IWCA Director, Lambrinides would focus on enhancing the residential program as well as expanding the education opportunities offered during the annual conventions. He would bring his skills as a business owner to help mentor other window cleaners in order to help them achieve their professional goals in the industry. Currently he mentors over two-dozen window cleaning companies across the United States. There is an open door policy at All County Window Cleaning and window cleaners from around the country spend up to a week at a time visiting and learning.

All County Window Cleaning has a firm position on fabricating debris and poor quality glass issues. Lambrinides plans on making poor quality glass issues a top priority if elected.

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To cast your ballot electronically follow these simple steps:

[]Access the members only portion of the IWCA website at
]Once you are logged in, click on the “Board of Directors Nomination” Link.
[]To submit your ballot, access the link “Click here to Vote online”
]Once you have accessed the ballot, select your company name from the directory, then enter your voter ID. After entering your voter ID click “Submit.” You will then be allowed access to the ballot. Make your election selections and then click “submit.” Each company is only allowed one vote. (See below for your voter ID access information.)
[]Cast your ballot by ratifying the nominees or submit a write-in candidate.
]Please note - you will only be able to vote ONCE using your voter ID.

To cast your ballot by mail or fax, simply fill out the enclosed ballot and either mail or fax back to IWCA headquarters by Friday, Dec. 18, 2009.

        If you have              trouble accessing the online ballot or the members' only section of              the Web site, please contact IWCA Headquarters at              800.875.4922.

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[FONT=Verdana,Geneva,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif][SIZE=2][COLOR=#ffffcc][COLOR=#ffffcc][FONT=Verdana] Chris Lambrinides
All County Window Cleaning

Go chris!!! Thats awesome!!

I just voted for Chris, 'cause Gar told me [B]not[/B] to!

Not a member of the IWCA so I can’t vote for Chris:(
In the words of Peter Griffen " This is what really grinds my gears "

you can join and you can vote! Problem solved.

If I was a member youd get my vote

i keep trying to go and vote and its telling me the links broke. anyone else getting this?:confused:


What’s the deadlne for voting? I’m thinking about joining. Also can I join then vote 5 minutes later?


What’s the waiting period then?

The IWCA website is up and running…sorry for the inconvenience. If you need your member login information or have questions about an IWCA membership please contact Casey High at 800.875.4922.

Voting Deadline – Friday, December 18, 2009

If I remember correctly, the way it was stated was along the lines of, you had to be a member at the time that the candidates were announced or something like that.

I could be wrong and a quick call to the IWCA office would give the definite answer.

Cool. Thanks Shawn.