training AND to be LISTED AS A CERTIFIED INSTALLER
for both Firestone Pondliner and Porous Pave.
(We will be planning a Training Day in March and again in the summer, topics to be determined. Any requests? Let us know.)
Wednedsay, November 14, 2012
Sign up Required
9 AM - Become a Certified Installer of Firestone
PondGard Rubber Liner
*Cost is $35 per Person
*Certified installers are listed on Firestones website.
12-1:00 PM Lunch Break- Join us for Pizza
Stay later/ Come early or plan to do both trainings
1 PM- Porous Pave Training
Cost is $199 per Company
- 3 people may attend from each company
Each company signed up will get:
·Porous Pave installer T-Shirts
·Brochures on Porous Pave
·Samples of Porous Pave (mixed colors)
·A Certified Installer certificate
Manufacturer requires that you be trained on sales and proper installation of Porous Pave before you can purchase. Once you complete both the classroom and hands on portion of the training you will be a certified installer and will receive project leads for your area. Certified installers receive a full warranty of the product from Porous Pave.
Why Porous Pave ? Super strong & durable for low-speed traffic Installs in less time than precast pavers. Made from RECYCLED Tires.**Safer "no-slip" surface for driveway or walks **Flexible to avoid frost heave cracking **Highly permeable for storm water management**Low impact installation protects the landscape**More resilient for walking or jogging comfort
After the recent Election Day we realize, it is getting more difficult to sort out the facts from the "Spin".. Read the "Politics of Spin" in a fellow nurseryman's newsletter and I hope you enjoy it as much as we have
For your enjoyment....
The Politics of Spin
Copied from Tidwell Nurseries
Sept 10, 2012 Newsletter
As the political season heats up heading into the home stretch towards the huge election looming before us in November, we would all be well advised to beware the power of spin. Below is a classic example. While the veracity of this anecdote is questionable, let's not let a minor issue like that get in the way of making a good point.
Judy Walkman, a professional genealogy researcher in southern California, was doing some personal work on her own family tree.
She discovered that a certain Senator's great-great uncle, Remus Reid, was hanged for horse stealing & train robbery in Montana in 1889.
Both Ms Walkman & the Senator share this common ancestor.
The only known photograph of this horse thief shows him standing on the gallows about to be hanged. On the back of the picture is this inscription:
'Remus Reid, horse thief, sent to Montana Territorial Prison 1883, escaped 1887,
robbed the Montana Flyer six times.
Caught by Pinkerton detectives, convicted and hanged in 1889.'
When the Senator was contacted to see if he had any information about his ancestor, his staff sent the following reply:
"Remus Reid was a famous cowboy in the Montana Territory .
His business empire grew to include acquisition of valuable equestrian assets and intimate dealings with the Montana railroad.
Beginning in 1883, he devoted several years of his life to government service, finally taking leave to resume his dealings with the railroad.
In 1887, he was a key player in a vital investigation run by the renowned Pinkerton Detective Agency.
In 1889, Remus passed away during an important civic function held in his honor when the platform upon which he was standing collapsed."
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