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Aqua Mix introduces specialized maintenance program

September 16, 2002
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Aqua Mix introduces the Independent Care & Maintenance Applicator program. The three-day program is designed and taught by professional applicators as well as maintenance professionals.

Instruction includes both hands-on and classroom step-by-step training designed to provide the skills needed to expand the services of an existing company, or for the development of a new business in the hard surface care and maintenance industry.

"We are pleased to share our specialty in the area of hard surface care and maintenance," said Bob Pacelli, Aqua Mix Marketing Manager. "We look forward to working with industry distributors, tile contractors and installers as well as entrepreneurs looking to begin their own hard surface care and maintenance business."

Other training techniques include strategies on how to estimate jobs; advertising materials; selling to the customer; and marketing and promotional strategies. On completing the course, Aqua Mix says the trained applicators will be equipped to professionally service both residential and commercial installations.

The next class is scheduled for Sept. 18-20. For more information contact Aqua Mix at (800) 366-6877, ext. 240.

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