Kramers to Keynote NAPSA Session at NPE

The North American Power Sweeping Association (NAPSA) is extremely excited about the upcoming National Pavement Expo which will be held in Nashville, Tennessee, February 2-5, 2011. We hope that you are planning to attend. This expo is a great chance for you to network with exhibitors and peers, learn tools that you can use everyday in your business, and maintain a competitive edge.

 

NAPSA is pleased to bring back Kraig Kramers as our keynote speaker for the second year in a row. His presentation at the 2010 National Pavement Expo was so well received that we just had to invite him back for 2011. This time around Kramers will be presenting “The Profitmaker’s Toolchest,” This presentation will provide you with over 150 plug-and-play tools for rapid profit acceleration in your company. Kramers will show you how and when to use these powerful tools while dealing with the real world challenges of cash-flow, capitalization, people, and process. This session can not be missed! NAPSA members will receive special discounted pricing for this fantastic presentation so make sure that you are a member of NAPSA in order to receive this discount.

 NAPSA members will also receive special pricing on other sessions during the 2011 National Pavement Expo. The following educational sessions will be absolutely FREE to NAPSA members:

  • A-2: How Risk Reduction Can Lead to Lower Insurance Costs
  • A-8: Taking Your Presentation Skills to the Next Level
  • C-23: Sweeper Safety and Operating Techniques that Protect Operators -And Your Business

 In addition, be sure to attend the Best Practices Workshop which is also discounted for NAPSA members. The savings NAPSA members receive at NPE is often greater than the cost of membership!

 If you are not currently a member of NAPSA, be sure to check out our website at www.powersweeping.org for more information.

 NAPSA will be exhibiting at NPE 2011 so be sure to stop by the booth and say hello. We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!

 

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