Name Dropper: Our Referral Program

What’s in it for you?

You can earn credit by recommending us to your network. When you refer a new client to Tamburrino, we’ll give you a credit of five percent of the referred client’s annual contract. Then you can use that credit on the work we’re already performing for you or we’ll donate that amount to a nonprofit of your choosing. Don’t have a preferred nonprofit? Tamburrino would be glad to recommend a local Memphis nonprofit committed to improving our great city.

There are three ways you can be a Name Dropper:


Simply make the introduction between your contact and Tamburrino at


Fill out the short referral form on our website.


Provide the contact information and any additional background to Tamburrino. A business card, email or scratch piece of paper will do.

How does the credit work?

  • Credit is available to you after your referral begins their partnership with Tamburrino. Credit is awarded in quarterly installments, beginning in the quarter in which the signed contract and first payment is received.
  • Credit awarded to companies currently in partnership with Tamburrino. Credits are only transferrable to a 501(c)(3) non-profit. This transfer will take place at the request of the primary signatory.
  • Credit will be earned for referred work for up to 12 months from the date of the initial contract execution.
  • This program is available to you any time during your partnership with Tamburrino.

It is the highest compliment we can receive to know a client trusts us enough to refer a business associate or friend.

Please submit the short referral form below, and we’ll take it from there!

Contact Form:

"Tamburrino helped us determine the correct specifications for a major cabling/voltage wiring project and then organized vendor bids to make sure they followed our requirements. Once selected, Tamburrino managed the vendor installations to make sure that we received the products that were required. We could not have done this without their support and leadership."

Brandon Wellford, CFO of Memphis Bioworks Foundation