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Credit Where Credit is Due

January 13, 2003
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‘Tis the season of resolutions, revolutions, contributions (and, after those family gatherings, institutions).

Ringing in the New Year inevitably draws out good-natured declarations of behavioral changes, both personally and professionally.

This year I resolve, dear reader, to give much-deserved accolades to the centerpieces of this publication, to put faces with the names of those whose words of insight and experience work to help you reach the pinnacle of your chosen profession: The columnists of ICS Cleaning Specialist.

Jeff Bishop

Rx for Restoration

Joe Domin

Focus on Chemicals

Aaron Groseclose

The Rug Cleaning Specialist

Tom Hill

Building a Profitable Business

Bob Merkt

Hard Surface Maintenance

Lee Pemberton

The Training Corner

Armand Taddeo

Notes From the Trenches

Steve Toburen

To Your Success

Bob Wittkamp

Carpet Cleaning Basics

Lee Zimmerman

IICRC President’s Corner

Keep your eyes open for new, exclusive content from these industry icons as the year goes on.

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