More Floods training class of October 2014


LENEXA, KS — More Floods hosted five new companies and three revisiting companies at its October training, according to a press release.

The company proudly announces the following new companies joining their membership, along with existing member companies who sent employees through training in October 2014:

  • EMS
  • Rocky Mountain Restoration
  • Dry Effect
  • The Dry Guys
  • Certi-Dry
  • True Clean
  • Lynch’s Cleaning & Restoration
  • Dry Max

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Back row(left to right)
Chad Maag with EMS, Tonya Maag with EMS, Adam Webster with Rocky Mountain Restoration,
Josh McIntyre with Dry Effect, Eric Wenger with Dry Effect, Mike Johnson with The Dry Guys,
Jennifer Doescher with Certi-Dry, Dave Meyer with Certi-Dry, CJ Smith with Rocky Mountain Restoration,
and Tim Schmit with True Clean
Front row (left to right)
Tom Whatley with Lynch’s Cleaning & Restoration, Lisa McIntyre with Dry Effect,
Nicole Wenger with Dry Max, Lisa Olsen with Certi-Dry, Chad Lock with The Dry Guys,
and Steve Schmit with True Clean


Each of these organizations completed a two-day training class October 7 and 8, 2014, at the modern More Floods training facility in Lenexa, KS.

More Floods wishes its newest members, and all its existing members, great success.

Cleanfax Staff

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