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    by Published on 06-03-2013 04:48 PM  Number of Views: 16482 

    5th Annual Midwest Cleaning Conference / National Cleaning Expo / Tony Evans FREE FREE FREE FREE Event



    Date: July 18th (Special Engagement) , 19th & 20th
    Location:
    Holiday Inn Hotel Des Moines-Dwntn-Mercy Campus
    Wedding Planning · Lodging · Convention Center
    Address
    1050 6th Ave
    Des Moines, IA 50314-2606
    Phone (877) 865-6581


    Free Sign UP Click HERE!!!!

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    Speakers List

    Jason Evers
    Ron Musgraves & Chris Apple


    AC Lockyer


    Paul Kassander




    Bill & Morgan Booz Safety Training



    Tony Evans


    Craig Harrison will Show you how to become a Rust removal and Hard surface Restoration Contractor$$$$$$$$

    Click Photo Below to Watch F-9 Training Video




    Bill Booz & Morgan Booz
    Jerry McMillen



    Exhibiting
    Southside Equipment
    Powerwash Store
    JRC







    Doug Rucker will Be throwing a Pressure Washing Boot Camp for Residential Beginners on July 18th Starting at 9am Ending at 1pm They will wash a House while Showing you and talking about the Training.

    Please contact Doug Rucker about this Separate Engagement as FEE apply


    Doug Rucker http://www.cleanandgreensolutions.com



    Doug Rucker will Show you how to spray and Wash structures Properly, this will be hands on spraying technics on how to save time and reduce Chemicals while keeping profits up. Doug has nearly 30 years Experience in our industry doing residential homes and Commercial Building cleaning. He operates one of the most successful Pressure washing business in the Houston Metro area. Doug's resume also Includes Operating a pressure Washing School for Rookies, Doug has instructed hundreds of contractors over his 30 year Career and his peers have him in and elite category as the go to guy when they have problems Doug usually knows the answers.

    Doug is also the Vice President of the
    United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners.


    5th MWCC Agenda

    Thursday July 18th

    1:30 PM - 2:30pm Location Text ONLY Doug Rucker for Info 281-883-8470 Location is Off Site

    • Doug Rucker Special Engament FREE Exterior Home Care
    • Parking Garage Cleaning Demos 4:30pm 6:30pm Will meet at 4:15 in Lobby for Walk to Garage
    • Equipment Demos From : Hydrotek , Sirocco, Bulldog, Pressure Pro & More

    6:00pm Welcome Reception in Lounge


    Friday July 19th
    Holiday Inn Hotel
    1050 6th Ave
    Des Moines, IA 50314-2606

    Des Moines Room West

    8:00am- Registration, Coffee Complimentary Breakfast @6:00am $8.79 Optional & First Giveaway 8:30am

    9:00am-9:15am Welcome

    9:15am-10:15am Ac Lockyer : "How to Write a Winning Commercial Proposal"

    10:25am-10:55am JRC Rep Dwight Rowe “Maximizing Profits with WFP” WFP and Pro Rinse Giveaway

    11:00am-11:15am Break

    11:15am-12:00pm Paul Kassander "Pump Maintenance"

    12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch Specials $8.99 Optional

    12:00pm-1:00pm Demo: Parking Garage Cleaning Machines

    1:30pm-2:00pm Craig Harrison "Fortune in Rust Removal Fortune"

    2:15pm- 3:30pm Live Demos of all Sorts (Rust, water fed Poles, Roof Cleaning, Window cleaning, Pressure washing, ECT)

    3:45-4:30 Ron Musgraves "Making your sales more Effective"

    Happy Hour In Lounge onsite Immediately Following Last presenter

    Saturday July 20th
    Holiday Inn Hotel
    1050 6th Ave
    Des Moines, IA 50314-2606

    Des Moines Room West

    8:00am- Registration, Coffee Complimentary Breakfast @6:00am $8.79 Optional & First Giveaway 8:30am

    9:00am-9:15am Welcome

    9:15am-10:15 Bill Booz "Chemical storage, Truck safety and compliance"

    10:25am-10:55 Bill Booz "Ladder, Harness, and Rappelling Safety and Compliance"

    11:00am-11:30 IPC

    11:45am-12:45pm Lunch Specials $8.99 Optional

    1:00pm-1:45pm Expert Panel

    2:00pm-3:00pm Jason Evers "Networking Your Way to the Top"

    3:00pm - 3:30pm Break Out Session Des Moines Room East Jason Evers

    3:15pm- 4:15pm Final Demos from Vendors

    3:15pm -5:15pm Jerry McMillan "Bulletproofing" Preventive Maint on Pressure washers & Equip.

    Happy Hour In Lounge onsite Immediately Following Last presenter

    This Agenda is subject to Change and programs can be substituted if any unforeseen problems in schedule occur. NCE Reserves all rights to Content and Recording in any format is prohibited. Persons under age of 18 are prohibited from Live Demonstrations and all Participants must have safety Gear and eye protection when watching any and all Live Demonstrations. Anyone with respiratory problems should also not participate in Demonstration Involving chemical applications. All attendees are participating at there own risk. Anyone Requiring Special assistance is available if they could notify us prior it will be greatly appreciated.



    by Published on 04-12-2013 11:04 AM  Number of Views: 12607 

    Wednesday May 22nd 2013 one Day event Details and Sign up here

    FREE One Day Intense Training Seminar

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    This Event is Brought to By The Powerwash Store in Association with the National Cleaning Expo.

    Paul Kassander
    www.powerwashstore.com



    Paul will Wash a truck and show everyone who wants to know how to wash it, this will be a 1 hours training on how to do basic truck washing. Of course Paul will be in attendance for over 8 hours through out the day to answer questions about recovery aspects as well as Chemicals. Paul is a Certified National Cleaning Expo Instructor, he has trained hundreds over his career in the industry and is the proud owner operator of Mobicleaninc Paul has been in the business Nearly 20 years Washing Trucks.

    This is not a round table or social event, this seminars intent is to show you hands on technics and sales Training to boost your bottom line. Regardless if you have been in business 10 days or 10 years there will be a benefit to attend the show. Since its a one day show there will be a small Social the night Before at the location of the show


    Agenda Wed May 22, 2013

    • 8:00am to 8:30am Coffee & Donuts


    • 8:35am to 10:00am Bill Booz Safety Training Ladders & Harness


    • 10:15am to 11:15am Chris Apple & Ron Musgraves Property Management Sales Advanced


    • 11:30am to 12:30pm Lunch will be catered Menu TBA


    • 12:45pm to 2:00pm Truck Washing & Environmental Aspects of Cleaning


    • 2:15pm to 5:00 Live Demonstrations of SoftWash & Reclaim Equipment Ect.



    Days End we will talk about Live Demos and actually show a Winning Live Demo to close sales


    Bill Booz http://baltimoreroofclean.com





    Bill Booz Will be instructing a Safety Course Dealing with Ladder and Harness Safety as it relates to Roof Cleaning. Bill Has Experience in his own business but has taught Successfully at many events over the Last three Years. Bill runs and Operates a Successful Roof Cleaning Operations and has countless hours Training and teaching others in this Industry. This is a not to miss Safety and will be at least 1.5 hours of Safety training.





    Doug Rucker http://www.cleanandgreensolutions.com



    Doug Rucker will Show you how to spray and Wash structures Properly, this will be hands on spraying technics on how to save time and reduce Chemicals while keeping profits up. Doug has nearly 30 years Experience in our industry doing residential homes and Commercial Building cleaning. He operates one of the most successful Pressure washing business in the Houston Metro area. Doug's resume also Includes Operating a pressure Washing School for Rookies, Doug has instructed hundreds of contractors over his 30 year Career and his peers have him in and elite category as the go to guy when they have problems Doug usually knows the answers.

    Doug is also the Vice President of the
    United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners.


    Chris Apple http://arkansasprowash.com

    Ron Musgraves www.pressurewashinginstitute.com

    Ron is also the President of the United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners.


    If you’re guy who wants to turn your residential business into nearly 400,000 annual repeat revenue in less than 18 months you don’t want to miss this event.

    Chris Apple will be teaching about commercial sales and his road map to success. Ron Musgraves will also be sitting in on this talk. Chris like most guys wanted to operate a repeat residual revenue business like most of the million dollar contractors in this industry. Chris now has all of the secrets and will share a few big ones with his peers.



    Chris first took Ron’s sales class in 2010. While Ron is in a market with over 8 million people Chris, like many others, had his doubts that it could work in a small market like his. By National Cleaning Expo 2011 Chris had implemented the sales program and was seeing results. He now has the first hand experience that this will work in a small market.

    Chris now estimates that the sky is the limit and if he wants a customer he will gain their business. Some have estimated this knowledge to be worth 1000’s. One contractor even says the presentation is worth 50,000 if you actually apply what you have learned to your daily routines.

    This presentation is free, but will only be available here for a one time viewing. No video or recording will be allowed. If you are interested in sales mastery and want this to be you in 18 months come train with the guys who have done it and are doing it right now.




    Tony Evan A New View Window Cleaning

    Tony Evans will spend one hour teaching any one who wants to learn Basics & Advanced Technics on Water Fed Poles. Tony has been a Instructor at Past National Cleaning Expos as well as his Own Mid-West Cleaning Event for over the last 4 years. He has Instructed window cleaners from around the Globe and his Peers have Nick Named Tony Mr. Squeegee. Tony is Also on the www.uamcc.org Certification Team for Ground level window Cleaning. Tony Heads the Team in helping Create safety and standards for the window cleaning Industry. Make sure if you can't make this Event come to the Midwest Cleaning Show in July Put on by Tony Evan in Association with National Cleaning Expo.com



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    High-rise window cleaner Richard Jackson abseiled from the top of The Sage Gateshead carrying the Olympic flame. Click to enlarge.
    I haven't seen as much of the Olympics as I wanted to because I've been working. But I am enjoying the athletics and rooting for Team GB. Some
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    Scott Stone, A Mind for Detail, Mesa, Arizona
    Scott Stone, owner of A Mind for Detail (AMFD) in Mesa, Arizona, has gone from a small but well-established pressure washing company to an industry leader, virtually overnight. In 2011, AMFD won a multi-million dollar government contract with the City of Phoenix, and work began on January 1, 2012.


    But it did not happen without years of sweat equity. Scott has diligently worked for 21 years to help A Mind for Detail build a reputation of quality, top-notch service. Without it, they never could have received such a huge contract. “We are the only company that bid on the contract where the principles have actually done the work,” he explained. “Coupled with our 11 years of experience performing identical work, we were well prepared to tackle this project.”


    Scott started pressure washing part-time as a way to earn extra income so his wife, Cheryl, could stay home with the children. He began by detailing cars (“A Mind for Detail”), but soon realized it was not the right fit for him. “It’s really hard to make money in that business.”


    Scott’s part-time company then switched to fleet washing, his first account being a crane company that he washed for 15 years until they decided to take the cleaning in-house.


    However, that didn’t keep Scott down. “A couple of solid recommendations and a little bit of proper timing, and I was soon able to wash some of the higher profile accounts for Ryder,” he explained. He kept those accounts for six years – “which is the longest anyone had been able to wash those prime accounts without complaints” – until Fleetwash received the accounts as part of a national contract. “I felt it coming, and had expanded to other customers. We have continually made higher profits every year, except one.”
    After several years of washing fleets, one of Scott’s City customers lost the pressure washing company that was cleaning their bus stops because they were pulling out of the area. “They sent out an IFB (invitation for bids) that we bid on, and – much to my surprise – we won,” he explained.
    Since winning that contact, AMFD has stopped washing fleets – and all private contracts – to concentrate on municipal government work. First, he focused on parking garages, washing as many as 50 per year with just two crews. But he also washed bus stops, which eventually took over 90 percent of his business.


    Helping Other Contractors
    Scott says he has always “been one that wanted to share correct information with people.” He added, however, that “my version of what is correct, compared to someone else’s version of what is correct, could be totally different.”


    Over the years, he has been involved with and a moderator on several BBS’s, and an admin on a couple, including pressurewashinginstitute.com, where he has actually served as administrator twice, once early on and then again for the past three years. “As for PWI, I do it because it provides me relief, and every once in a while I learn something that lets me add to my business,” he explains.
    He adds that although his business model seems to be quite a bit different from almost all others on PWI, “I also am certain that there is not one aspect of the industry that does not have something to contribute to what I do, and how I do it.”


    Additionally, in 2009, Scott hosted the National Cleaning Expo’s roundtable in Phoenix. “That was a blast,” he said. The event had around 12 contractors in attendance. “We covered a lot of basic stuff and demonstrated recovery equipment that some of the contractors had never used or seen before. It involved a full day of class instruction, and a full day of field instruction at an abandoned shopping center we’d gotten permission to use.”
    This was also the first roundtable that gave away a pressure washer. “It was an old machine that needed a little bit of work, but it was a machine, and was basically functional,” he laughed.


    The (Multi) Million Dollar Deal


    In 2011, the City of Phoenix put out an IFB for cleaning the City’s bus stops. Stone had bid on the project before, but was “tossed out” during the evaluation process. This time he worked extra hard to ensure he won.
    Before he could submit a bid, he had to have his company in order to prepare to receive the contract. For example, he had to make sure he could get enough financing for at least 16 vehicles, for three-months pay for his new workers (“in case an invoice was late coming in”), and for new equipment, as well as having suppliers lined up to provide all needed equipment and materials.


    One thing that separates AMFD from all the others is his Scott’s wife, Cheryl. “I have never known anyone who has such an eye for detail,” he said. He added that a large part of their financing was being prepared by Cheryl’s oversight of the books so that they could have a high enough credit score to be a safe risk for the lenders. “In fact, one of our lenders commented that not only were we the perfect combination for the contract, but that they had never seen such clean books. That is fully attributable to Cheryl minding the business of keeping track of the money.”


    Since winning the contract, AMFD has had to make some significant changes to prepare for the scope of the new project. Scott has gone from five technicians to 37 employees, and from four trucks to 20.
    Work on the project officially rolled out on January 1. It is taking AMFD a little time to get used to working such a massive project.
    “The exhaustion of the roll out has been a bit rough,” Scott admits. “The advantage is that every one of the 30-plus employees we have for this contract knows that I am doing EVERYTHING I can to make this contract a resounding success.”


    Scott adds that so far, A Mind for Detail is getting huge compliments from the City, riders and neighbors on the quality of work they are doing. “It’s all because of the people in the field though,” he concluded, “and, of course, my wife. I could not do it without her.”
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    Helpful Hints Door to Door Marketing




    There are many and useful ways today that enable you to get your pressure washing marketing message in front of potential customers. Ones such as electronic messages, tweets, social networks and telemarketing too name just a few. Though some may disagree but the era of Door-To-Door marketing is alive and well. Nothing can replace a firm handshake and eye contact with a potential customer within the comfort of his home.


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    Stop Blaming The "Pressure Washer!"
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    One of the most common used tools for homeowners and contractors is a pressure washer and often times there is damage done and we are quick to blame the equipment and not the lack of education in using this piece of equipment. Homeowners use a pressure washer for many different uses including cleaning of their vehicles, houses, ...
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