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More Floods recognizes December '08 training class

January 18, 2009
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More Floods announces the following new companies have joined their membership as well as recognizing existing member companies that sent employees through training in December 2008.

More Floods announces the following new companies have joined their membership, as well as recognizing some existing member companies that sent employees through training in December 2008..

Kirk Prouse, All Seasons Restoration (existing); Joe Naleck, Custom Care Cleaning & Restoration (new); Cindy Prouse, All Seasons Restoration (existing); Jason Brandenburg and Perry Leier, Superior Steam Clean (new); Terry Clow, Clow Restoration (new); Rob Villars, Advanced Cleaning Services (new); Steve Feris, Ultimate Choice Restoration (new); Andi Broneske, Superior Steam Team (new); Brendan Trail, Ultimate Choice Restoration (new); Dave Richards, Clow Restoration (new); Mike Nagy, All Clean Restoration (existing); Rick Naleck, Custom Care Cleaning & Restoration (new); George Barany, All Seasons Restoration (existing).

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

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