Strictly Contents: Building Your Contents Engine Early-Bird Deadline Approaching
Rockville, MD – The deadline for the Restoration Industry Association’s fall event, Strictly Contents: Building Your Contents Engine, ends on July 31. Attendees who register by July 31st will save $125 off of the regular registration price of $600. The early-bird rate is $475 for RIA members and $675 for non-members. Attendance to the event is limited to the first 125 registrants.
The conference will be held on October 18-19 at the Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel and Conference Center in East Rutherford, N.J., and includes tours of two 9/11 restoration projects by Maxons Restorations, Inc., Trinity Church and St. Paul’s Chapel.
The event is a 400-level learning experience that will encompass a number of activities including lectures on the six pillars for building a successful contents restoration business, state-of-the art technology demonstrations, behind-the-scenes tours of couture restorer, Madame Paulette, and an opportunity to network with contents restoration peers.
“This event provides cleaning and restoration professionals with quality presentations, behind-the- scenes tours, and important topics to help ensure the success of today’s restoration firms,” says Contents Council Chairman, Mark Springer, CR, of Montana DKI. “The Council has worked hard to put together an interesting conference to provide information not found at any other industry event.”
The Contents Council members include:
• Warner Cruz, CR (J.C. Restoration, Inc.)
• Daniel Sadeh (Home Design Contents Restoration)
• William “Shawn” Silliman, CR, WLS (First Restoration Services of Asheville, LLC)
• Lori Young, CR (Bartwood Construction, Inc.)
• Joel Swimmer, CR (Only Contents ISC Services)
• Mike Fletcher (Xpert Restoration Services)
More details on Strictly Contents: Building Your Contents Engine can be found at www.restorationindustry.org under the Events & Education link.
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The Restoration Industry Association has member firms worldwide. RIA provides industry leadership, supports science, and promotes best practices for cleaning and restoration. More information is available on the RIA website: www.restorationindustry.org.