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New Item: 'Profit Boosters' Virtual Conference DVD

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If you did not get a chance to attend last week's live event, you can still see and hear all of the presentations by purchasing the webinar DVD from the PCT store.

| May 20, 2013

The PCT virtual conference "Profit Boosters: Add-On Service Growth Opportunities," was a full-day of webinars featuring leading industry professionals, who discussed how PCOs could enhance their company’s bottom line through various add-on service offerings. Leading PCOs such as Billy Tesh, Bobby Jenkins, Scott McNeely and Donnie Blake shared valuable insights about the profit potential and growth opportunities of various niche markets, including wildlife management, holiday lighting, pest control insulation, mosquito control, professional lawn care, and crawlspace renovation.

If you did not get a chance to attend last week's live event, you can still see and hear all of the presentations by purchasing the webinar DVD from the PCT store.

CLICK HERE to pre-order your copy. DVDs will ship by June 1, 2013.







 

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