June 2016 More Floods training class announced


LENEXA, KS — More Floods hosted two new and two revisiting companies at its June 2016 More Floods training session, according to a press release.

The company proudly announced the new and returning companies that joined their membership and sent employees through training during the latest session.

Those new companies sending employees through the June 2016 More Floods training program were:

  • Bales Cleaning of St. Peters, MO
  • Premiere Restoration of Mankato, MN
  • Oliveira’s Restoration of Lompoc, CA
  • Rescue Restoration of Rowlett, TX

Each of these organizations completed a two-day training class June 16 and 17 at the modern More Floods training facility in Lenexa, KS.

“We want to welcome all and look forward to seeing their future success!” More Floods said in the release.

A guaranteed, proven non-franchise system for the independent water, fire and mold restorer, More Floods Inc. is ready to help companies effectively compete in the emergency water removal industry.

For more support, training and processes used by hundreds of business owners, contact More Floods Inc. at 866-667-3356 or [email protected].


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