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15 eClean Magazine Roskovich agreed that the networking aspect of the certification event was valuable as well. "If anyone has intentions of going into the pressure washing industry, I highly recommend they talk with people – such as the members of the PWNA – and get educated. The expense is nominal compared to the peace of mind I received by knowing I'm going into the field educated and not risking ruining my reputation." To learn more about the Power Washers of North America and their certification classes, visit the PWNA website at www. For more certification and networking opportunities, plan now to attend the PWNA National Convention and Trade Show, November 1-3 in Orlando, Florida. cleaning industry for eight years. "I've been wanting to diversify my services, particularly to pick up some daytime work, and residential cleaning seems like the way to do that," Jones explained. Jones, too, had been thinking of joining the PWNA for awhile, and when he saw the certification classes were going to take place in Indianapolis – which is just a little over two hours from his home – he decided it was an opportunity worth attending. In addition to gaining an understanding of new markets, Jones said he really enjoyed the intimate setting of this regional event. "John Nearon was very knowledgeable, and he took time to answer any and all questions we had," Jones explained. "Knowing John Nearon is just a couple of hours from me, and that I can contact him with questions – or even possibly ride along him on some jobs – is huge," Jones added.

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