2021 Maintenance Mania
Date and location in March TBD
Are you the fastest? Here’s your chance to prove it! Compete in maintenance-focused challenges, earn the title of Maintenance Mania® National Champion.
Must be GIAA member to participate. Must be GIAA member or guest of member to attend.
Cash prizes & raffle items available to bid on.
GIAA reserves the right to reject any proposed presentation
by a GIAA event sponsor, as well as all handouts,
which will be made available during GIAA events.
GIAA will not be responsible for the accuracy of any
information provided by an event sponsor.
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What is Maintenance Mania®?
Maintenance Mania® is a national program offered by NAA and presenting sponsor HD Supply (HDS), in which maintenance technicians compete against each other in various skill-based games.
Each NAA local affiliate has the opportunity to have their maintenance technicians compete individually to win various local awards and a chance to compete at the National Championship held at the annual NAA Education Conference & Exposition.
Participants must be employed by a community in good standing with their local association or an NAA Direct Member. Members interested in qualifying for the National Championship must register as competitors in the National Championship Qualifying Program with their local affiliate.
At the end of the competition year, NAA will offer the top participant from each of the NAA regions, plus 10 wild card participants, the chance to compete in the National Championship. The affiliate also can give the competing individuals various awards at a local level. It is up to the affiliate to decide how they will distribute awards to the winners at their event.
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Maintenance technicians are recognized for their speed and skills by their NAA affiliates with certificates, trophies or prizes. Each local event is organized individually by the affiliates with support from their vendor members so the form of recognition offered may vary but the following categories are usually awarded:
- First, Second and Third Place for the overall event
- First, Second and Third Place for each of the individual games
- Best Use of Maintenance Supplies in a Race Car
- People’s Choice Race Car
- Spirit award for the best cheerleader out there
Participants must compete in all eight games to win the overall event and to qualify for the National Championship.