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Welcome to the ICS blog!

April 9, 2008
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Welcome to the ICS Editor’s Blog, where the ICS editorial staff notes, and readers comment, on the latest developments affecting professionals working in floor care and restoration.

Greetings and welcome to the ICS Cleaning Specialist blog! During the recent overhaul of our Web site, we decided to add this special section to give you a better idea of just who and what we're seeing at various events, and to discuss new developments and ideas surfacing in the industry. It also provides the perfect platform for special guest bloggers to share their thoughts.

This blog is a chance to interact with ICS Online; we welcome your feedback, and invite you to be an active, regular participant. Share your experiences with us, and let your peers across the country and around the world read what you have to say.

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