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Employee Spotlight of the Week!

Shout Out of the Week: 

My Demo & Install Tile Team - Floor & Decor Team in Tampa, FL
Adam Blanchard, Isaiah Brown, Damian Canales, Ibrahim Carrasquillo, Kelly Goldsmith, Robert Jones, Sandra-Lee Marco, David Marino-Silver, Jaylen Rodriguez, Sandy Sunderland, Nigel Taylor


"I would like to give a massive shout-out to my entire team. Our project has been completed, with all of them going above and beyond what was asked.
In addition, I would like to thank the team for their generous donations to our Toys for Tots program!"
- Johnny Thomas, Lead


Facebook Friday

Your body depends on water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and organ in your body needs water to work correctly. For example, your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate your joints. Water is necessary for overall good health.
Path to improved health.
Look to water first
You should drink water every day. Most people have been told they should drink 6 to 8 - to ounce glasses of water each day. That’s a reasonable goal. However, different people need different amounts of water to stay hydrated. Most healthy people can stay well hydrated by drinking water and other fluids whenever they feel thirsty. For some people, fewer than eight glasses may be enough. Other people may need more than eight glasses each day.
Other options
While plain water is best for staying hydrated, other drinks and foods can help, too. Fruit and vegetable juices, milk, and herbal teas add to the amount of water you get each day. Even caffeinated drinks (for example, coffee, tea, and soda) can contribute to your daily water intake. A moderate amount of caffeine (400 milligrams) isn’t harmful to most people. Here are the caffeine amounts found in popular drinks:
  • 12 ounces of soda: 30 to 40 milligrams
  • 8 ounces of green or black tea: 30 to 50 milligrams
  • 8 ounces black coffee: 80 to 100 milligrams
  • 8-ounce energy drink: 40 to 250 milligrams


However, it’s best to limit caffeinated drinks. Caffeine may cause some people to urinate more frequently or feel anxious or jittery. Plus, be mindful of what you drink. Some choices may add extra calories from sugar to your diet.


Water can also be found in fruits and vegetables (for example, watermelon, tomatoes, and lettuce) and soup broths.


Sports drinks can be helpful if you’re planning on exercising at higher than normal levels for more than an hour. They contain carbohydrates and electrolytes that can increase your energy. They help your body absorb water. However, some sports drinks are high in calories from added sugar. They also may contain high levels of sodium (salt). Check the serving size on the label. One bottle usually has more than one serving. Some sports drinks contain caffeine, too. Remember that a safe amount of caffeine to consume each day is no more than 400 milligrams.


Energy drinks are not the same as sports drinks. Energy drinks usually contain large amounts of caffeine. Also, they have ingredients that overstimulate you (guarana, ginseng, or taurine). These are things your body doesn’t need. Most of these drinks are also high in added sugar. According to doctors, children and teens should not have energy drinks.
If staying hydrated is difficult for you, here are some tips that can help:
  • Keep a bottle of water with you during the day. To reduce your costs, carry a reusable water bottle and fill it with tap water.
  • If you don’t like the taste of plain water, try adding a slice of lemon or lime to your drink.
  • Drink water before, during, and after a workout.
  • When you’re feeling hungry, drink water. Thirst is often confused with hunger. True hunger will not be satisfied by drinking water. Drinking water may also contribute to a healthy weight-loss plan. Some research suggests that drinking water can help you feel full.
  • If you have trouble remembering to drink water, drink on a schedule. For example, drink water when you wake up, at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and when you go to bed. Or, drink a small glass of water at the beginning of each hour.
  • Drink water when you go to a restaurant. It will keep you hydrated, and it’s free.
Things to consider
If you don’t drink enough water, you may become dehydrated. This means your body doesn’t have enough fluid to operate correctly.


Your urine can be an indicator if you’re dehydrated. If it’s colorless or light yellow, you’re well hydrated. If your urine is a dark yellow or amber color, you may be dehydrated.
Other signs can signal you may be dehydrated. They include:
  • Little or no urine.
  • Urine that is darker than usual.
  • Dry mouth.
  • Sleepiness or fatigue.
  • Extreme thirst.
  • Headache.
  • Confusion.
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness.
  • No tears when crying.


Some people are at higher risk of dehydration, including people who exercise at a high intensity (or in hot weather) for too long, have certain medical conditions (kidney stones, bladder infection), are sick (fever, vomiting, diarrhea), are pregnant or breastfeeding, are trying to lose weight, or aren’t able to get enough fluids during the day. Older adults are also at higher risk. As you get older, your brain may not be able to sense dehydration. It doesn’t send signals for thirst.


Note that water makes up more than half of your body weight. You lose water each day when you go to the bathroom, sweat, and even when you breathe. You lose water even faster when the weather is scorching, when you’re physically active, or if you have a fever. Vomiting and diarrhea can also lead to rapid water loss. Be sure to drink plenty of water to avoid becoming dehydrated actively.

Happy Workiversary to these team members!

Week 12/12 - 12/18
1 Yr - Carlton Griffin



Happy Birthday to:

Dec 12 - Patricia Brown, Theodore Harris, Crystal Jackson, Asucena Labra
Dec 13 - Iyonna Brown, Carolyn Carter, Lorin Lopes, Destin Richardson, Tommy Robison, Rapheal Spriggs
Dec 14 - Tamara Chappell, Candice Edwards, Dasha Gray, Alec Jones, Johnnie Lockett, Guillermo Moreno, Keundra Taylor, Kornelius Woodard
Dec 15 - Christopher Brown, Robert Jones, Tori Moona, Edmer Ponce, Samantha Underwood, Dwan Walters, Arlexusia Watkinsr







Dec 16 - Deshayla Bohannon, April Dejouie, Tommy Jones, William Phillips, Candace Rhodes, Semaj Smith, Alexander Thomas, Elijah Velez
Dec 17 - Meredith Barns, Jeremy Ellis, Ahrmanee Elmore, Trey Greaves, Everett Lampkin, Tracey Pennington
Dec 18 - Kirklan Barnes, Triana Ducre, Louis Hughes, Louis Hughes, Tyler Sullivan, Humberto Vasquez

Shout Out

Do you have a coworker in mind that you want to thank or give a shout out to? Someone who has a Spirit of Excellence and goes above and beyond? Submit their name and describe what they did and you will give them a chance to shine just as they make our company shine! Each month we will draw one shout-out for a prize and feature on Facebook.

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Motel6 - CPAQI2RU


Extended Stay - EAPRV


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Don't Forget to Bring Your Own Tools!


Tools are an essential aspect of your job at ProVantage, so don't forget to come prepared! Please show up to work every day with all of the following equipment (listed below & pictured above), and remember: it's your responsibility to buy tools.


What to bring: Tape Measure, Box Cutter, Rubber Mallet, Screwdrivers, Basic Socket Set, Slip Joint & Angle Cut Pliers, Cordless Power Drill, Level, and Steel Toe Boots.

*If you need to borrow a tool from a coworker, please ask beforehand and remember to return it*


Don't know where to buy tools at an affordable price? Check out the link below!