Sold-Out Profit Series Event Was a Hit

The Pumper & Cleaner Profit Series is a great educational and networking opportunity
Sold-Out Profit Series Event Was a Hit

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The sold-out 2015 Pumper & Cleaner Profit Series course, which ran March 25-27 in Orlando, Florida, was a huge success. For the 57 attendees, the three days of business-building seminars were an invaluable addition to their business acumen.

Networking is a huge part of this event. Attendees from all over the country (and even a few from Canada) shared tips and strategies they’ve learned over the years. Plumbers and drain cleaners joined septic installers and portable restroom operators to create a dynamic pool of professionals from different branches of the industry.

Speaker Ellen Rohr was impressed with the attendees. “It was an honor just to be in the same room with them. The quality and the caliber of the companies and business people who showed up was very high.

“It was not a casual event. It was a real workshop where people were engaged, and shared and discussed. It was less of a lecture and more of an interactive event where savvy like-minded business people had the opportunity to talk about real business topics.”

Rohr also appreciated the high participation level of everyone who attended, even with potential competitors in the room. “Sometimes you go to an industry event and people will recognize someone with whom they compete and never say one word the whole time. And that was not the case. I don’t think there was a single person in the room who didn’t participate. They helped each other and had fun. And they were really smart. I learned a lot from them as well,” she says.

If you missed out on this opportunity, pencil it in for next year. The next Pumper & Cleaner Profit Series is tentatively scheduled for April 4-6, 2016.



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