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Boyce Named COO for Steamatic

February 9, 2011
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Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 9, 2011 – Steamatic recently named Steve Boyce as the organization’s new Chief Operations Officer. The announcement was made by Bill Sims, president of Steamatic, Inc.

Boyce has owned and operated his own multi-truck cleaning, restoration and home inspection company, and has served as National Sales Manager for the industry’s leading chemical manufacturer. He has consulted with major franchises, distributors and manufacturers, and has been a litigation consultant and expert witness.

“Not only does Steve bring many years of experience, he offers Steamatic and our franchise partners unique experience and insight into customer service, operations and many other areas,” says Sims. “For example, in just a short time, he has increased our emphasis on customer service, product information and other operations-related matters that helps brand the Steamatic name.”

Boyce spent a year with a specialty “dot.com,” where he trained chemical engineers in sales and market development, and another seven years as Vice President of Commercial and Restoration Services for a large franchise company.

Involved in the cleaning, restoration and construction industry for more than 30 years, Boyce is an Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) Master Cleaner, Master Restorer and Senior Inspector, and has taught more than 400IICRC certification classes in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and England. Over the years, he has taught water damage, fire and smoke damage, odor control, carpet cleaning, commercial maintenance, upholstery cleaning, carpet repair and re-installation to 8,000+ students.

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