Total Contentz “Packing for Profit” workshop available this month


BRIDGEVILLE, PA — Total Contentz will hold a pack out seminar, “Packing for Profit,” a hands-on instructional course, August 17 through the 19, according to its website.

The three-day course will teach pack-out procedures, including pre-estimating and estimating. The event will be held at the Hampton Inn – Bridgeville.

The cost for the event is $695 per person and includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments daily as well as the workshop manual and customizable Microsoft Word documents. A $119 per-night room rate is available onsite.

The seminar’s first day will be half classroom theory, half hands-on application, and will teach “pack-out pitfalls, four factors of successful contents division, packing boxes for efficiency and profitability, and the foundation for all digital photo inventory systems.”

The second day will include role-playing and hands-on training and will teach “inventorying, packing, determining best sorting and cleaning methods, and storing and returning contents.”

The last day is all about estimating. It will teach how to get the promised ROI on your equipment investment and avoid pushbacks on pricing.

For more information or to register, click here.

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