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Free seminar on 'How to Develop Your Referral Base' this January

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The group will examine a case study in order to give out tips.

| December 15, 2009

Join contractors from Texas to Toronto, who are descending onto New Holland, Pa., as part of The Leader's Edge peer group for landscape business owners. The local host of this peer group, Showcase Group, invites industry leaders to join them for breakfast as they explore a case study of a Kentucky contractor who will present how he cracked the code and dramatically grew his business. These 'best trade secrets' apply to any business owner anywhere who wants to transform and grow their business.

These peer group meetings are usually closed, but the local host will open his business to give attendees a warm welcome.
    
John Rennels, of A-Plus Lawn and Landscape (A-Plus), moved to Anderson County, Ky., in 1999 and realized quickly that because he was not born and raised in the area, he was treated like an outsider.  He knew it would be a challenge to overcome if he ever hoped to build his business.

In this seminar, you will learn how he systematically grew his reputation, network and business, by building working relationships with key influencers in his community.

Explore a case study of a small landscape company that created a big success.
When: January 22nd, Friday, 7 a.m. to 9a.m.
Where: New Holland, Pennsylvania
Space is limited. Breakfast included.
Contact: Jeff@JeffreyScott.biz, 203-220-8931, www.GetTheLeadersEdge.com

 

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