Spartan Hosts Green Sales Seminar
Industry professionals from across the United States, attended Spartan Chemical Company, Inc.’s Distributor Sales Seminar in Maumee, Ohio April 18 – 21, 2010. At the seminar, special focus was placed on green cleaning and sustainability initiatives. Each attendee now holds the title, Spartan Green Cleaning Specialist.
The attendees learned about Spartan’s complete line of institutional and industrial cleaning products, with emphasis on Spartan’s environmentally preferable products, proper use, and how these products will help their customers go green and support sustainability initiatives. Spartan’s Green Cleaning Specialist Certification Program also featured a hands-on training session where participants worked with Spartan’s product lines to learn proper cleaning procedures and best cleaning practices.
Throughout the two and a half-day program, participants completed workbook assignments on appropriate use of products and procedures to validate their knowledge. At the end of the program, participants received a certificate and a certification card to recognize their achievement and completion of the program. These industry professionals now have the knowledge and tools to help their customers become greener.
In attendance were: Jeff and Jody Fullerton, Detroit, MI; Steph Snyder and Scottie Janssen, Des Moines, IA; Len Vieira, Greg Brown and April Benavides, Modesto, CA; Corey Adams, Port Arthur, TX; Dewey Crocker and Sheri Bartlett, Elkhart, IN; David Moore and Jami Willard, Davidson, NC; Carl Gresham, Arlington, TX; Mark Savo, Houston, TX; Brad Robertson and Hank Brown, Memphis, TN; E. Wayne Crouch and Michael Wise, Leesville, IA; Candice Bowie, Landover, MD; Meaghan Brown and Lisa Latham, Midlophian, VA; Dominick Pizzarello, Port Chester, NY; Clark Waldrep, Greenville, SC; and Henry Reimer and Jeff Gerhardt, Coquitlam, B,C.
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