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PCUCA Announces Big (Name) Changes for 2011

February 9, 2011
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The PACR (formerly the PCUCA) celebrated the holidays on Dec. 3 in Denver at The Tavern Downtown. It was a fun networking event that gave some relaxation to Members during the busy holiday season. Members enjoyed dinner while networking and fun games like bowling, pool, and shuffle board. Thank you to all the PACR Members who were able to come.

The PACR has some big and exciting changes for 2011! The PACR will be offering webinars every month, ranging from technical information for the cleaning and restoration industry to business and marketing ideas that will make every company successful.

A new “Caring for Your Carpet & Spotting Guide” was released at the end of January for members to provide to their customers. This guide will be a helpful tool for consumers to use in their homes and a great marketing tool for PACR Member businesses.

Lastly, a new consumer-based website will be launched called “Professional Cleaners and Restorers” that will help consumers answer questions about cleaning and restoration, find recommended companies for a specific job, and provide a great marketing opportunity for PACR member companies.

PACR announces its new 2011 Board of Directors: President Gregory Chancey; Vice President Sam Castro; Secretary Steve Moran; Treasurer Clark Griep; and Board Members David Keiter, Steve Douma, and Steve Huffman.

Look for these and more new PACR member opportunities in 2011!

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