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Horizon Distributors offers waterscaping education

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The company’s BizPro eSources website gives landscape contractors a resource to learn more about these installations.

| May 4, 2010

 

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Horizon Distributors’ BizPro eSources provides the resources necessary to help landscape contractors capitalize on demand for waterscaping services and stand out from the competition. 
 
Landscape contractors interested in adding waterscaping services can begin by attending one of Horizon’s Waterscaping Training Classes and utilizing the downloadable resources available on Horizon’s BizPro eSources website.
 
BizPro eSources is part of Horizon’s Business Builder Program, a series of programs, training events, marketing tools and other business-building resources designed to help landscape contractors expand their businesses.
 
“Adding waterscaping to landscape contractors’ list of service offerings can be an effective solution for dealing with the tough economic times,” says Dan Puthuff, construction channel manager, Horizon Distributors. “Water features come in many shapes and sizes and can be easily customized to meet each client’s personal preference and budget. Plus, the barriers to enter the market and start selling waterscaping products and services are not overly high or costly.”
 

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