Leading National Commercial Property Restoration Company was a naming sponsor at 2019 Annual Real Estate Investment Trust Industry Outlook Conference.

Signal Restoration Services, an industry leader in commercial property damage restoration, was a title sponsor during the 2019 Annual Industry Outlook Conference: A Conversation with REIT CEO’s, held at the DoubleTree By Hilton in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. The program offered networking opportunities and included an interactive panel discussion with REIT CEO’s moderated by R.J. King, the Editor of dBusiness Magazine, Detroit's Premier Business Journal.  The interactive discussion panel featured Joey Agree, President and CEO of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan-based Agree Realty Corporation, Gary A. Shiffman, Chairman and CEO at Sun Communities, Inc., and Robert S. Taubman, Chairman, President and CEO of Taubman Centers Inc. Industry experts, including real estate brokers and agents, national property management firms, real estate investors, and legal professionals gathered to hear first hand from REIT CEO’s about successful growth strategies, identify future real estate business opportunities, examine industry outlooks, and Frank Torre, the Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, the event’s title sponsor, was in attendance during the Annual Real Estate Investment Trust Conference, which concluded with an open forum which offered audience members the opportunity to ask questions. The title sponsor of the 2019 Annual Real Estate Investment Trust Industry Outlook Conference, Signal Restoration Services, was founded in 1972, and continues a long tradition of being an industry leader in emergency response and property damage restoration services.  With a wide reaching network of offices throughout the United States and Canada, the company specializes in large scale catastrophe response and disaster restoration services including asbestos and lead abatement, fire, water, wind, mold and storm damage restoration.  The company services residential, commercial, industrial, health and hospitality, institutional and historical properties, and has earned an outstanding industry reputation due to its long history of relentless customer survive, steadfast loyalty to its clients and a deeply rooted culture of compassion. To learn more about Signal Restoration, the program title sponsor, please visit them at www.signalrestoration.com

Frank Torre named among the Most Powerful Business Leaders in Metro Detroit.

Frank Torre, was recently named as one of the most powerful business leaders in Metro Detroit by dBusiness, the region’s premier business journal. The comprehensive list of the most powerful executives in more than 30 industries across Metro Detroit and Michigan recognizes the most highly selective business leaders in our region and state, and ranks them based on factors including the company size, growth rate, geographical reach, and extensive personal networks in the region. Frank Torre is a Michigan entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist and currently serves as the Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, a large-scale national disaster restoration services company, and is the Vice Chairman of PuroClean, a national disaster restoration services company with locations across the United States and Canada.

Frank Torre hosts the 14th Annual Boys Hope Girls Hope Liberty Mutual Invitational at Franklin Hills Country Club.

The recent Liberty Mutual Invitational Golf Classic, an event which brings Golfers and Supporters on the course to benefit Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit, which is a youth academic scholarship program for the underprivileged residing in Metro Detroit, was held at the prestigious Franklin Hills Country Club. The August 27 Golf Outing and Auction which raised nearly a half a million dollars to directly benefit  the charity in their efforts to cultivate “youth empowerment through the foundation of education and holistic support”, was as previously, personally managed by Frank Torre, the event chair. The Annual Golf Outing and the ensuing awards dinner, included some of Detroit’s most iconic names, including Oakland Country Executive L. Brooks Patterson, former Mayor of Detroit Dennis Archer, TV Personality and Channel 4 Anchor Rhonda Walker, Mickey Redmond, a former professional hockey player, and analyst for Detroit Red Wings games on Fox Sports Detroit, Edward Dario Mio, a former professional goal tender who played for the Detroit Red Wings, Edward Miles, Jr, is a retired professional basketball player who played for the Detroit Pistons, and many other notable business and philanthropic leaders, including Ryan LaFontaine, CEO of the LaFontaine  Automotive Group, and Tom Celani, proprietor of the Celani Family Vineyards . The awards dinner was emceed by Paul W. Smith, the legendary Detroit radio icon, notable columnist, and host of the “Paul W. Smith Show” on WJR radio. Such initiatives are made possible in part thanks to the generous contributions from local businesses and organizations, among them Signal Restoration Services and PuroClean, who are proud to support the non-profit’s mission of graduating “young people who are physically, emotionally and academically prepared for post-secondary education and a productive life…”. As the Chairman of Boys Hope and Girls Hope of Detroit, Frank Torre has been involved with the non-profit organization for over 14 years.  He has personally organized and hosted the most recent 26th Annual Golf tournament, which raised over $350,000 as part of the annual campaign to promote and support the organization.  Through his dedication and commitment to the foundations’ success, Frank Torre’s fundraising initiatives over the past 14 years have contributed over 4.5 Million dollars to directly support the foundation’s initiatives of scholarship and educational programs. During the closing Scholarship Awards Ceremony, the Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit Foundation recognized its 2018 scholarship recipients with a new scholarship, named in honor of Frank Torre, aptly named the “Frank Torre Scholarship”, which recognizes and rewards selected individuals, who embody the foundation’s mission of empowerment though scholarship. Outside of his active involvement in the philanthropic community, Frank Torre serves as the Co-CEO of Signal Restoration Services, a large-scale national disaster restoration services company, as well as the Vice Chairman of PuroClean, a national disaster restoration services company with locations across the United States and Canada.