Sacramento, CA – July 2, 2022: Anthony Caccia of James Caccia Plumbing, Inc. is awarded the PHCC of California Young Entrepeneur Award for 2022 at PHCC WEST 2022 in Lake Tahoe, NV
The PHCC of California Young Entrepeneur is awarded to a Contractor Member representing the best and brightest PHCC Member/Contractor under 40 years of age who demonstrates outstanding accomplishments and valuable community involvement throughout their career.
Anthony Caccia is a third generation plumber and co-owner of James Caccia Plumbing, Inc. in San Mateo with his brother Geno. Anthony and Geno took over the family business in 2008 and grew it from 4 trucks to the 23 truck (and growing) company with a focus on both residential and commercial plumbing services.
Anthony is a natural born leader and role model. He is passionate about serving the community and is committed to the advancement of the plumbing industry. He currently serves as President on the PHCC of San Francisco and San Mateo counties Board of Directors, is a member of QSC and Nexstar and is heavily involved within his community. He has served on the board of directors for Millbrae Lions Club for over 10 years and has earned Lion of the Year in 2010 and the Melvin Jones Award in 2020, the two highest honors within the organization. He is a mentor for the students of Mills High School robotics club and director of the Millbrae Machines carshow, one of the largest carshows in the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s also part of the community emergency response team where he services the community and assists first responders. In 2020 during the height of Covid restrictions and so much uncertainty, he teamed up with a local restaurant who was struggling to stay open and had several meals delivered to local hospital staff to show his appreciation for our front-line workers as well as support another small business.
About PHCC of California
The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is the nation’s oldest trade association, founded in 1883 by plumbing craftsmen seeking to distinguish themselves as experts and share best practices to improve the industry and protect the health and safety of the public. The PHCC of California chapter was founded in 1900, and for the past 122 years has been instrumental in training the workforce, elevating the industry and connecting plumbing-heating-cooling professionals. Our motto is ‘Best People. Best Practices’, representing contractors ranging from single truck owner/operators to large commercial contractors, all committed to furthering PHCC’s mission statement:
The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is dedicated to the advancement and education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for the health, safety, and comfort of society and the protection of the environment. Visit www.caphcc.org to learn more.