MacK recognized for his support of SKCRs Governmental Affairs
The association honored Bruce (“MacK”) MacKintosh of Woodinville as the Governmental Affairs Volunteer of the Year. His industry career dates to 1981 when he was a real estate agent on Whidbey Island. He founded Centennial Home Inspection Services in 1989 and became one of the first affiliate members to sit on SKCR’s Governmental & Public Affairs Committee. Since then, he has served as a Realtor association “key contact” with various legislators. In 2009, Gov. Christine Gregoire appointed him to sit on the first Washington Home Inspector Advisory Licensing Board. He was voted chairman at the first meeting and served in that role for six years. As a reflection of his strong belief in the Realtor legislative mission, his company sponsors bus transportation for Realtors to attend the annual “Hill Day” in Olympia to meet with state senators and representatives and their key staff members.
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