"NSA provides the purchasing power we need to be competitive in today’s market. It’s vital to realize every cost advantage possible and NSA is a key partner for us in this effort."

Guy Mingo, Marsden Holding, St. Paul, MN


National Service Alliance is the industry-leading group purchasing organization for building service contractors and related businesses in the United States. 

Members benefit from the tremendous purchasing power of the group and enjoy contractually protected pricing on a wide variety of equipment and services, saving money without disrupting their established supply chain or retraining site personnel.

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Facilitiesnet.com (August 10, 2015) -When working with hundreds or even thousands of custodial workers, one of the best ways to improve worker productivity has little to do with cleaning equipment but everything to do with morale, according to Terry Sambrowski, executive director of the National Service Alliance (NSA). Read More

Press Release - Cleanlink.com (August 12, 2015) - National Service Alliance (NSA), a group-purchasing organization for larger building service contractors (BSC) and related businesses, has just completed an intensive member educational session entitled “Standardize/Optimize/Minimize.” Read more

Services Magazine (July 14, 2015) -Terry Sambrowski of the National Service Alliance offers building service contractors seven tips for spending wisely on supplies. Product mapping can help determine which products work best for what tasks and which, therefore, are the most cost-effective. Read More

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