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Jack Kramer

Pressure Washing Seminar - Bethlehem, Pa. - March 6 - 9 2014

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I've thought about attending these types of events, maybe I will this year.

You'll be happy if you did attend an event of this caliber.

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You can’t afford to miss this event!

Three of the top pressure washing organizers have combined their efforts to bring you an event you cannot afford to miss. They will be hosting this year’s Pressure Washing Seminar & Education in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. With their combined efforts running the show, this year’s seminar should be fantastic.
  • Jack Kramer (The Pressure Washing Seminar)
  • Tom Vogel (ACR Products)
  • Thad Eckhoff (Pressure Washing Resource Association)

 

Educational Classes: March 6 -7, 2014

 

The Pressure Washing Education starts on Thursday March 6, 2014 for those that want to attend a Pressure Washing & Wood Restoration Class. For more information on this class visit our website http://pw-seminar.com/classes/pressure-washing-and-wood-restoration-class.

 

The Wood Restoration Class is being held on Friday March 7, 2014. For more information on this class visit our website http://pw-seminar.com/classes/wood-restoration-class.

The Maintenance and Repair Class will be held on Friday afternoon on Friday March 7, 2014. The first 15 people to sign up will get the chance to rebuild their pump heads during this class. (Rebuilding kits must be purchased before the class)

For more information on this class visit our website http://pw-seminar.com/classes/maintenance-and-repair-class.

 

Pressure Washing Seminar: March 7 -9, 2014

 

This event starts out with a networking reception and vendor fair. Enjoy some hor d'oeuvres and beverages while talking with the best vendors and contractors in the industry.

 

Saturday will start out with 3 power packed presentations to help you grow your business. Lunch will be served followed by product demonstrations and the vendor fair. On Saturday night a hot dinner buffet will be provided for all to enjoy quality time in a relaxed environment.

 

Sunday morning will have multiple Pressure Washing presentations held during three different time slots. To check the updated schedules please visit our website http://pw-seminar.com/schedule.

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Whether your a newbie just starting out or your a very successful seasoned vet like Jim VanHandel, there's something for everyone here and all who attend will most definitely get your money's worth and ROI big time. I should know, I've been to 6+ACR Roundtables(Tom Vogle), 2 Albany events(Jack Kramer) & 2 NOLA events (Thad Eckoff) and its because of these top of the line events my business continuously stays successful for 19yrs now.

Learn and network with the best:cool:

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What days are better. Or what nights. I am going Friday night but should we stay Saturday night also?

Yea of course... That's where the fun begins:)

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Beth,

Friday night is the networking reception which is a great time to meet everyone and catch up with old friends. Most of the people that have registered have said they will be attending the Friday night reception.

Brian,

You should also stay Saturday night as there are many breakout sessions on Sunday morning.

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Kath is out so I should be flying solo for this event. Looking forward Beth to seeing you guys and many others there as well. This is going to be very cool:)

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Are you working a job or do you own a company? Do you want to build a solid, self-sustaining, and PROFITABLE business?

Don't miss the keynote address of the Northeast Pressure Washing Seminar, "Injecting Systems Into Your Business" by renowned efficiency expert, business owner, and super amazing guy Curt Kempton.

This will be the biggest event that the Northeast has seen in *years* with a ton of informative classes and speakers and a trade show to check out your favorite vendors' brand new stuff! Seats are filling fast and the room block is almost done. Register NOW for the biggest event so far this year.

https://www.facebook.com/events/643595419026038/

Commercial sales guru April Dodson will be giving the discourse, " Systems and Automation" which will dovetail nicely into Curt's presentation.  If you're really going to make this a business and not just a job you need to be in Bethlehem, PA for the Northeast Pressure Washing Seminar.

Other topics will include:

Suburban SEO Survival Training
Upscale Residential Marketing
 
As well as how-to classes on fleet washing, roof cleaning, paver and concrete cleaning and sealing, and much more.

Don't miss the Friday night cocktail social "Meet the Vendors" and check out all the new stuff for 2014.

Seats are going fast for the biggest pressure washing event the Northeast has seen in year, or possibly EVER.  Nationally renowned speakers, a packed trade show, and LOTS of networking to kick off the 2014 season with a BANG!

http://pw-seminar.com

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any one looking to do an equipment swap meet (non-vendor) here?? Any got anything for sale? Anyone selling anything??

We can get that organized if you want you can, if you prefer. Just let me know.

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Effective Sales to HOAs and Property Managers

Michael Goeller spent years exclusively selling to HOAs and PMs. Come learn the tactics, techniques, and strategies for not only getting to the decision maker but HOW TO CLOSE THEM.

Register now at http://pw-seminar.com/.

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The Schedule For The Event Is Set! 

 

Friday Night 7:00 pm - 9:00 PM

 

On Friday night there will be a networking reception and a vendor fair. During this time you can meet with the vendors and fellow contractors while enjoying beverages and hot hors d'oeuvres.

  

Saturday 8am - 12 noon

  

We start start out with three power packed presentation as follows:

  

Curt Kempton from Symphosize starts out the day with "Injecting Systems Into Your Business" 

  

Thad Eckhoff from Pressure Washing Resource Association (PWRA) will be giving a presentation "Fill Your Residential Pipeline"

  

April Dodson from BidSlot Marketing will give a presentation titled "Systems and Automation"

 

Saturday 12 noon - 4pm

 

There will be a  lunch buffet for all attendees followed by product demos and vendor fair.

 

Saturday 6:30pm - 8:30pm

 

There will be a hot buffet dinner. This will be a great time to network with other contractors to find out ways to improve your business. You can also talk with the vendors to find out about their products.

 

Sunday 9am - 12 noon

 

There will be a vendor fair all morning. There will also be breakout sessions, where you can choose which topic most interests you and attend. The topics are listed below:

 

Roof Cleaning

Fleet Washing

Paver and Concrete Cleaning and Sealing

Using Field Service Manager

Understanding Chemicals Used for Pressure Washing

Understand the Weather Short and Long Term Forecast

Water Reclamation

Getting the Most out of Direct Mail

The Top Ten Things Every New Guy Is Afraid To Ask

 

Note: the topics listed above may change

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I have some Window Cleaning Equipment for sale if anybody is interested. Could bring it to show.  Gardiner Super Max-50 pole 50', Hose reel with 150' Streamline hose, Ettore water purifier system plus Many,Many squeeges ,and extras. Let me know. See you there

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I have some Window Cleaning Equipment for sale if anybody is interested. Could bring it to show. Gardiner Super Max-50 pole 50', Hose reel with 150' Streamline hose, Ettore water purifier system plus Many,Many squeeges ,and extras. Let me know. See you there

You can also put your equipment for sale on this site created by Ty who frequents these bulletin boards

http://cleaningequipmenttrader.com/

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