PRYOR, Okla. – GMC Roofing & Building Products and G.A.P. Roofing Inc. jointly announced that Todd Homa has joined both companies as vice president of sales to further develop and build their growing customer portfolios.
Homa is a seasoned executive with more than 25 years of roofing material sales leadership expertise. His previous experience includes senior-level sales roles at Polyglass U.S.A. Inc., GAF and Elk. He most recently served as director of sales, technical and customer service, at Polyglass U.S.A. for the North American market.
As vice president, Homa will be instrumental in working with the companies’ founders to evangelize existing customer success and expand market share.
“Both GMC and G.A.P. manufacture quality roofing products that serve a growing need in the American market,” Homa said. “By leveraging our vertically integrated manufacturing and strong service-focused culture, I firmly believe that we are positioned for rapid growth.”
Established in 2002, GMC Roofing & Building Products is a leading manufacturer of quality asphalt saturated roll roofing products, modified bitumen membranes and building paper products. The company produces its materials in three facilities located in California, Florida and Oklahoma.
“Todd has the leadership experience and proven track record in transitioning fast-growing companies to full-scale enterprises, which is exactly what we need as we take our business to the next level,” said GMC Roofing & Building Paper Products Inc. General Manager Dave Swaroop.
G.A.P. Roofing was founded in 1990 by the Passmore family, with multiple generations of Passmores leveraging their time, energy, sweat, tears and dollars into manufacturing roofing underlayment products. G.A.P. Roofing is located in Pyror, Oklahoma.
“We’re thrilled to have Todd onboard as the newest member of our leadership team,” said G.A.P. Roofing Inc. Vice President Christi Passmore. “His seasoned leadership skills and deep knowledge of the roofing industry makes him an incredibly valuable asset to our organization.”