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Totally Booked University to present special disaster restoration event

December 05, 2011
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TAMPA — The disaster restoration market is virtually recession proof, which means huge opportunity for entrepreneurs to capitalize on.

But they still need to implement methods and techniques to work with adjusters and insurance companies, and to obtain new clients. In addition, they need to have effective methods to collect money owed for the work they do.

To do all this and more, Totally Booked University is putting together a one-day "restoration only" marketing event at the Tampa Jon-Don store on Friday, February 10, 2012.

Click here for more information, or to register.

This event is for disaster restoration professionals only. If disaster restoration is not one of your top service segments, please do not sign up for this workshop.

If you want to know your legal rights as a restoration contractor and learn how you can earn more money and collect what''s owed to you from insurance companies, this is the event for you. Plus, you''ll get live Q&A time with Harvey Cohen, an attorney who specializes in insurance claims.

If you want to know how insurance adjusters think and how they differentiate the restoration contractors they prefer to do business with, this event is for you. Plus, you''ll get live Q&A time with Peter Crosa, a nationally-known insurance claims marketing expert.

If you want to know how to use social media (Facebook, Twitter) and optimize your website to come up on top of the search engines, and maximize your online exposure, avoiding expensive Yellow Page and pay-per-click fees, this event is for you.

In addition to the information presented during the seminar, each attendee receives, as part of registration, a 2 GB flash drive full of marketing tools, videos, books, forms and much more information to help them with their businesses.

Click here for more information, or to register. Class size is limited, so sign up soon and reserve your seat.

Click here for the Totally Booked University homepage.

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