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More Floods announces March 2010 class

March 16, 2010
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More Floods, Inc. announces the following new companies have joined their membership, as well as existing member companies who sent employees through training in March, 2010.

Front Row (Left to Right): Peter Tu, The Tu's Group (new), Anthony Ferro, Baldwin Construction (new), Ruby Tu, The Tu's Group (new), Mike Cohen, Hooked On Restoration (new), Phyllis Harris, Service Professionals (new), Delois Wedgeworth, Service Professionals (new), Mary Stover, Stover's Restoration (existing), Amber Mantze, Stover's Restoration (existing), Randy McCreary, Rob Ward's Gale Force Cleaning & Restoration (new), Dustin Bivens, Stover's Restoration (existing).

Back Row (Left to Right): Paul Gastelum, Baldwin Construction (new), Jason Bird, Lamunyon Cleaning & Restoration (existing), Orlando Harris, Service Professionals (new), Eric Fowler, Service Professionals (new), Jordan Stover, Stover's Restoration (existing), Justin Bazzle, Lamunyon Cleaning & Restoration (existing)

Each of these individuals completed a two-day training class at the modern More Floods, Inc. training facility in Lenexa, Kan.

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