Aztec Offers Special Concrete Training Program
Aztec will be hosting a 3-day training program for repairing, grinding, polishing and maintaining concrete floors on Friday, May 15 - Sunday, May 17, 2015. The event is open to contractors, distributors, product reps, and anyone who wants to learn more about the endless possibilities there are for concrete floors, new and old. The weekend itinerary includes product demonstrations by Aztec, Ameripolish and Versaflex. Along with other innovative products, Aztec will feature its WorkSmartTM 3-piece cordless grinding, polishing and edging system.
The $600 admission fee includes a two-night hotel stay, all meals and a special night out at the MLB Philadelphia Phillies game vs Arizona Diamondbacks. As an added bonus, that same $600 admission fee may be used as credit towards the purchase of an Aztec UltraGrind, UltraEdge or UltraVac, if purchased within one month of the training program.
Aztec’s training course will employ industry experts to train and certify end users with the knowledge and hands-on experience required to excel in the concrete polishing industry, from the initial pre-polish repairs, through grinding, honing and polishing. Time will also be spent on preventative maintenance techniques to ensure that the finished floor lasts and add on maintenance sales to provide continued profit opportunities.
Aztec President, Whit Beverly noted, “This is a fantastic opportunity for contractors seriously interested in getting into concrete polishing. The training and certification are not expensive considering the price includes lodging, meals, drinks and a ticket to a Phillies vs Diamondbacks game, and a chance to network with other industry professionals. Plus the entire fee is credited back with the purchase of a grinder or propane vacuum afterwards, making the training and certification entirely free!”
Guests are encouraged to sign up now; at this price, the session will fill up quickly.
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