Just a quick note to give kudo's to Jack Nelson for putting together & pulling off
the "first time ever" a 2 day event/seminar. It was truly a blast and a BIG shout
out to CWC supply both Tom & Shonda for their hospitality and opening up the entire
CWC warehouse for this event...you guys are "TOP SHELF" Dinner at Texas roadhouse
was off the hook...a big thank you for that as well!
To all the presenter/speakers fabulous job folks,very informative and great networking(truly
my favorite part) and a special thanks to Jeff Flint for his sample care package
he gave to a few of us to test & use and for the great seminar & demo.
As always...Dan Fields is truly a blessing for all of us,i continue to learn whenever
i'm exposed to this man. Don Chute always on the money with his seminar & demo,and
always a pleasure seeing his lovely wife Holly!!
As for all the other speakers great job, i too learned alot, it was an awesome event,too
bad more of the group here couldn't have made it.
To ALL the window cleaners who showed up... thank you for making this event a success,you
guys are the reason we do this stuff! Too many to name it was my pleasure meeting
some of you for the first time and seeing some old buddies again....you guys ROCK!!!!
Thanks to Howard as well for all the behind the scene's stuff alot of us don't see.
Last but not least shout out to Larry Laczko for his generosity and chat session
we had and also for my espresso beans,that made my day!!
I must of gained 2 lbs with all the good grub while i was there
Thanks for allowing me to be a part of that!
Sparkle Window Cleaning
My wife and I would like to thank, again and again, Jack Nelson, Dan Fields, Craig
Aldredge, Don Chute, Harv Berger, Jeff Flint, Greg from Hydrotec, Mr Longarm, Ettore,
Unger, and all those who made this Event such a success. This 2-day event was something
special to watch it unfold and just absorb the enormous amount of professional knowledge
and information being transferred.
To be honest I was a little concerned about the 2-day event and just wondered how
everyone involved would produce enough class time to fill the 2 days. It couldn't
have gone any better as far as I am concerned.
Jack from the MWCoA did a great job planning this event and so did all the others
A very special thanks to all the window cleaning and pressure washing companies who
reschuduled their appointments to make this event. We had a great turnout. In the
end it is the window cleaners themselves who made this worthwhile.
I would like to pass on something I learned during this event that really demonstrates
the effort, time, and personal expense that is required by the speakers, vendors,
and the attendees. All involved Jack Nelson of MWCoA, Dan Fields SRP, Craig Aldredge
of IWCA, Don Chute IPC, and Harv Berger of Titan Labs incur all the expense of getting
to and from and setting up and that doesn't even include the time lost from their
regular business operations.
The above statements are not just true to this event but all the events in which
these individuals attend during the year to include the annual window cleaning convention.
This group of individuals along with those who were not at this particular event
are extremely valuable to our Industry. They provide information that would take
decades to learn on your own. It's something special.
The bottom line is everyone involved is promoting themselves and their services and
or products but at the same time providing powerful information that will enable
everyone to be better at what they do and develop very important relationships and
contacts within our Industry.
Thanks again everyone and hope to see you all soon.
"Superior Customer Service, Unmatched Product Knowledge and Support"
Your right John, what an event. Thank you to EVERYONE who had a hand to putting this
together. Jack does A LOT of work for us. Tom at CWC has a great shop. He and his
wife are great people who really go out of their way to help. Don Chute...Craig Aldrich...nuff
said. Great guys. Dan Fields, WOW. I could go on and on.
If you missed this event, plan on making the next one. The time and money you may
put into getting there (mine was a lot, I came all the way from WA) is well worth
it. The knowledge you gain is invaluable. And the networking time, priceless. As
Dan Fields was mentioning during his Fabricating Debris talk, the more knowledgeable
you are, the more you are trusted by your customers. I feel a lot more knowledgeable
and I can't wait to get out in the field and share it with my customers.
Thanks again Jack for putting on a great event. Can't wait for the next one.