BILL SCHREIBER RECEIVES SERVICEMASTER CLEAN’S EXTRA MILE AWARD
JOLIET, Ill. (Sept. 17, 2013) – As the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup kicked off this past weekend, one winner didn’t celebrate in Victory Lane. Yet a winner in many ways, Bill Schreiber, was honored for his work ethic and dedication at Chicagoland Speedway when he was awarded the ServiceMaster Clean Extra Mile Award.
As the crew chief of a fire truck and turn-four supervisor for Route 66 Raceway, Schreiber has been a part of the Chicagoland team since 2001. For the past 12 years, he has served as a medic; crew chief for a fire truck; a part of the fire and safety unit for Route 66; and aided in the scheduling of personnel.
“Bill has been with us at Chicagoland Speedway since day one and has always been a ‘go to” guy,” says Ken Kohrs, vice president of operations at Chicagoland Speedway. “Not only does he play a key role in the speedway’s events but most recently has taken a lead in the more than 50 events produced at the Route 66 Raceway Dragstrip each year. In this role, he’s earned the ServiceMaster Clean Extra Mile Award a quarter mile at a time!”
Away from the track, Schreiber has served as the Peotone Fire Protection District fire chief for 33 years. He enjoys fishing, collecting antiques, working on 1972 Chevelles and spending time with his wife, Sharon and children, Brittney and Brandon.
“Similar to Mr. Schreiber’s reputation, ServiceMaster focuses on success one step at a time so it’s an honor to recognize a talented public servant that embodies similar values,” said Tom Coba, president of ServiceMaster Clean and Merry Maids. “His commitment to Chicagoland, the fans and to overall safety has earned him this accolade and will hopefully remind others of the importance of customer satisfaction, regardless of how you define customer.”
Since its inception in 2010, the ServiceMaster Clean Extra Mile Award has recognized 36 track team members across the country. Award recipients have been key members of full-time track staff and dedicated volunteers selected by track management personnel.
Each award winner’s name is engraved on a plaque that is displayed at the track where the individual works or volunteers. A personal plaque also is presented to recipients during the track’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race weekend.
Just like a ServiceMaster Clean caution signals a call for quick and professional action by the ServiceMaster track services team and equipment on the race track, it’s the same when you call 866-RECOVER if disaster strikes your home or business. It means cleaning and restoration is going to be done quickly and professionally by America’s number one cleaning team.
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With a network of more than 5,000 company-owned and franchise locations, Memphis-based ServiceMaster is one of the world’s largest residential and commercial service networks. The company’s high profile brands are TruGreen, Terminix, American Home Shield, ServiceMaster Clean, ServiceMaster Restore, Merry Maids, Furniture Medic and AmeriSpec. Through approximately 29,000 corporate employees and a franchise network that independently employs more than 31,000 additional people, ServiceMaster’s family of brands serve more than 8.2 million customers every year and hold market-leading positions in residential and commercial lawn care and landscape maintenance, termite and pest control, home service contracts, furniture repair, home inspections, residential and commercial cleaning and disaster restoration. More information about ServiceMaster can be found at www.servicemaster.com.
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