Nebraska Soybean Board and Revolution Roof kick off “Soy to Shingle Giveaway”

Aug 10, 2021

Revolution Roof, an authorized Roof Maxx contractor based in Lincoln, is partnering with the Nebraska Soybean Board to provide one lucky property owner with an application of Roof Maxx, a revolutionary green roofing breakthrough that can save thousands of dollars by extending roof life. The “Soy to Shingle Giveaway” offers the chance to be the winner of a free application of the asphalt shingle rejuvenator. Revolution Roof and the Nebraska Soybean Board will provide a residential or commercial Roof Maxx treatment up to 5,000 sq. ft., a $4,500 value. Individuals can visit to enter.


Roof Maxx preserves asphalt roof shingles. Shingles have essential oils that allow for daily expansion and contraction and as they age this oil begins to dry out causing the asphalt to become brittle and slowly break apart. The product uses soy-fusion technology to preserve your roof, save homeowners money and is better for the environment.


“We are excited to promote the power of soybean oil in industrial applications across the state in this campaign,” said Catherine Jones, market development coordinator for the Nebraska Soybean Board. “Educating and building demand for sustainable services and treatments like Roof Maxx is good for the environment and you.”


The soybean checkoff partners with manufacturers to research and promote new soy-based products. Soybeans offer an abundant and renewable supply of ingredients that can be used in thousands of everyday products like shoes, tires, cleaning supplies, motor oil and roof rejuvenators. These products support Nebraska’s economy, Nebraska farmers and offer an environmentally friendly option for consumers and various industries.

Get more life for less money with Roof Maxx, a powerful fusion of science and soybeans.


Visit to enter the “Soy to Shingle Giveaway”



About the Nebraska Soybean Board: The nine-member Nebraska Soybean Board collects and disburses the Nebraska share of funds generated by the one-half of one percent times the net sales price per bushel of soybeans sold. Nebraska soybean checkoff funds are invested in research, education, domestic and foreign markets, including new uses for soybeans and soybean products.