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Doug Rucker's Pressure Washing School April 10th-11th Houston TX Event Training / Education

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Location:
Houston, Texas

Date:
April 10th 8am - 1pm & April 11th 8am - 1pm


For Details:
Contact Doug Rucker by Email: Pressurecleaningschool@gmail.com


Doug Rucker

Doug Rucker is the current former President of the United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners. He is the Owner of Clean and Green Solutions www.cleanandgreensolutions.com, as well as several subsidiaries in the Houston, Texas market. In recent years, Doug has focused his attention on refining his sales techniques, resulting in great growth with his companies. He has incorporated technology into his daily operations, expanded his webpresence in the region, and brought old school sales technics into one dynamic sales machine. Though Doug downplays his accomplishments by saying “NEVER BE CLOSING,” his clients are elite consumers with expansive purchase power. Connecting with and serving residences in some of Houston’s finest, upscale neighborhoods, he has established the “$8000 HOUSE WASH.” One of the things he emphasizes in his nationwide pressure cleaning school is: “Never set your sights too low and stop pushing!” While he believes that desperate service contractors can be spotted a mile away, Doug’s companies are in high demand, and his brand is strong and continually growing in the Houston area.

 
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