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GET a free Milwaukee $200 drill/driver for registering TODAY for tomorrow's RENO-SUMMIT seminar near Toronto airport

If you register for the Nov. 7 Toronto Reno-Summit right NOW, for only $129 for the full day of instruction, you will win a FREE Milwaukee Fuel M12 Hex Driver, which is, pound for pound, one of the most beautiful contractor power tools we have ever seen.


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November 5, 2014 by Steve Payne

If you’re in the GTA area, learn how to BILL WHAT YOU’RE WORTH as a reno contractor by attending our Toronto RENO-SUMMIT 2014 event Friday, Nov.7, at the Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East, 600 Dixon Road.  The one-day seminar kicks off at 8 am (registration) and ends at 3.30 pm.

It’s only $129 per person AND IF YOU REGISTER NOW you will WIN A MILWAUKEE “Fuel” M12 Hex Driver that would cost you more at retail (approx $200) than the cost of the seminar itself! We’ll hand you your prize at the event on Nov. 7. (Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Visit www.renosummit.ca and use promo code MILM12 to win the free Milwaukee power tool.)

OUR EXPERT TRAINERS in running a more profitable renovation business include Victoria Downing, president of Maryland-based Remodelers Advantage. Victoria coaches hundreds of renovators and builders in both Canada and the USA, year-round, on how to run your contracting business as a business. 

You will also get key training points from Mike Draper, VP of Toronto-based Renovantage, which coaches and mentors contractors across Canada. Mike is Canadian Contractor’s resident “contractor coach.”

And you will hear from Rob Koci, former house framer, renovator and current publisher of Canadian Contractor; and finally Rebekah Taylor, from GuildQuality, the customer satisfaction survey company.

Don’t delay. REGISTER TODAY!

 

 

 


Steve Payne

Steve Payne

Steve Payne is the editor of Canadian Contractor magazine
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