In February 2013 HMI will be presenting Training Seminars on lifting and leveling concrete with polyurethane and mudjacking equipment in:
- Las Vegas, Nevada - February 11-12, 2013
- Orlando, Florida - February 18-19, 2013
For nearly two years the world leader in concrete lifting and leveling technology has been offering no obligation training seminars on how to profitably lift and level concrete at its Manitowoc, Wis., headquarters training center. The acclaimed HMI training seminar has provided business owners and entrepreneurs from around the world a hands-on experience where participants learn: how to raise concrete, estimate jobs and the best business practices for marketing a concrete raising business/division. The program includes classroom and hands-on practice where participants actually complete projects.
Jeff Cvetezar, President HMI commented, “We want to make it easy and efficient for business owners and entrepreneurs to attend our program. Our plan for winter 2013 is to bring the training to the market. Understanding that Las Vegas and Orlando are ideal locations for travel efficiency from both ends of the country and provide participants with an opportunity to combine business with pleasure, we plan to take the show on the road. The HMI training experience consistently garners rave reviews since it is not a sales program and incorporates hands-on practice where participants do the work. We plan to pour practice slabs at resort hotel locations so participants will enjoy the exact experience they have come to expect at our training center. Our schedule was built so attendees can also participate in World of Concrete just prior to the training seminar in Las Vegas and or enjoy the Daytona 500 festivities in the Orlando/Daytona area.”
Without any obligation to purchase equipment, HMI training seminar attendees have full access to Industry experts and experience in running equipment affording them the opportunity to learn if the highly profitable concrete lifting business is an appropriate add-on service to their existing business or a new business opportunity.
For more information, visit the HMI website.