NAC Products, the company that introduced the flooring industry to ECB and crack isolation membrane technology, has released their 2021 calendar, “Classic Vehicles from the Flooring Industry.”

The 9th annual calendar, typically released at the Total Solutions Plus event, was released during the virtual conference that replaced the in-person TSP event at the end of October. The calendar provides a platform for people in the flooring industry to showcase their classic vehicle and share it with the rest of the industry. The initial calendar was created to help promote NAC’s 30th anniversary in 2013, and has now evolved into an industry tradition, since there is a large group of collectors and enthusiasts throughout the flooring industry.

“Each year we are amazed at the interest from people in the flooring industry wanting to participate in this project,” said NAC president Brian Petit. “This year the calendar has a little different feel since we went through a brand refresh earlier this year. We made the decision to go with a generic cover for the calendar instead of featuring one of the vehicles and honestly we think it is the best calendar yet.”

The calendar design features state license plate images representing the year of the car, a plate that was popular at the time or resembles how the car is currently tagged.

A few anecdotes about the car and the story behind the restoration populate the plate image.

The calendar also includes the dates of many industry related tradeshows, like the International Surface Event, NAHB/KBIS and World of Concrete just to name a few. However, the Coverings date change came after the calendar was printed so it does not have the new date of July 7-9, 2021.

Past calendars and the featured vehicles can be found on the NAC website;

If you know someone in the flooring industry with a classic vehicle, encourage them to send pictures to for consideration.

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