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Upcoming Webinar: Closing Crawlspaces

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Scheduled for June 27 and 2 p.m. (EST), the webinar will review how closing crawlspaces can help PCOs generate new revenue and add new customers. The webinar is being presented by Crawlspace Depot and hosted by Billy Tesh.

| June 15, 2012

Closing crawlspaces can create large ticket jobs for your company, create ongoing renewal revenue and give you a steady source of new customers. This hour- long webinar will help PCOs determine if this opportunity is right for their company. The webinar will be hosted by Billy Tesh, president of Pest Management Systems, Greensboro, N.C., and principle in crawlspacedepot.com. Tesh is one of the pioneers of closing crawlspaces and will provide a clear overview of this business model from a management and technician’s standpoint.

CLICK HERE to learn more and sign up for the webinar.

 

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