The meeting drew affiliate attendees from all over the country, the release stated.
According to the release, the meeting was shortened from its normal format to allow for more time at home for the affiliates to tend to business which is reported by most to be making a recovery.
The subjects of discussion at the meeting included a batch of new products, improved products and sales aids to help move these products into the marketplace, the release noted.
Partnerships were announced to further the education and business development of the professional cleaner in all categories, including Larry Cooper the owner of Professional Cleaning and Restoration Network (PCRN) announcing his partnership with Bridgepoint Systems in educating cleaning companies in the art of commercial cleaning, the release added.
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