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OUR NEXT CLASS: JUNE 16TH
Do your seminars cover towing and recovery techniques?
No. Other training institutions teach you how to tow and do recoveries the proper way; we teach you how to be more profitable using the techniques you’ve acquired by having the ability to bill for your services.
Will your towing and recovery financial seminars work for established businesses?
Absolutely. Both new and established businesses can take value from our seminars. As long as you’re willing to make changes within your organization, you will be able to reap the benefits of advanced business management in towing and recovery.
Is there follow up training provided?
Yes, included with your initial attendance fee are two refresher courses. In addition, you have access to our staff 24/7 to assist with any questions that may arise.
Who are Bob and Eric Fouquette?
Bob and Eric are owners of one of New Englands largest and most successful towing and recovery companies. It is their expertise in the industry, and proven success in running a business, that makes them the perfect mentors for your own towing operation.
Is the seminar just about invoicing?
No. Our seminar is an Advance Business Management Seminar covering everything from building the business from the ground up, to advanced billing techniques. In addition, we have guest speakers that speak on various subjects including legal, insurance and OSHA.
Are seminars only in Massachusetts?
Seminars are regularly carried out in Massachusetts, but we also travel trade shows across North America, to bring our seminars closer to you and your business. Head to the contact page and give us a call, or drop us an email. We’ll let you know when we’re going to be near your town, and can book you early so that you have a place in our seminar.
Are the seminar bookings for a single seat?
No, the initial cost of attendance includes (2) people employed within your company. One should be the owner, operator or general manager. The other should be involved with the financial/accounting aspect of the business. This will allow you to get the most out of the seminar and be able to more easily integrate the newly acquired knowledge into your business.