Contractor's Sales Skyrocketed in Tough Times.
Meet Contracting Stars that Stand Out From the Crowd!
Studies Indicate That More Than 90% of Contractors Are In Major Debt.
This challenging economy is eating up contractors left and right. Meet three
contractors that found success in these challenging times…due to Total Immersion
Sales Summit. They sponsor this year’s Summits and share their thoughts below.
Radiant Plumbing Bypassed the Faltering
Construction Industry, due to Total Immersion. Sarah and Brad Casebier, owners of nearly
10-year-old Radiant Plumbing of Austin, TX, attended Total Immersion Sales Summit,
as did two of their service technicians. As a result, their company successfully transitioned from
construction contracting into services selling, and this year they envision service sales
projections of 75-percent of their business.
“I honestly don’t think our company would have grown like it has
in the last year-and-a-half if we hadn’t attended Total Immersion. We are proud that our contractors learned how to have honest
conversations with customers, create solutions for customers’ problems, and let them choose which solution is right for them,” says Sarah.
Cheek HVAC Grows 14-Percent From Total Immersion David Cheek, owner of 11-year-old Cheek HVAC of Cumming,
GA, experienced 14-percent business growth from 2007 to 2008, once his two technicians attended Total Immersion last
April. Now, this fixture in the Atlanta community is not only surviving in this tough economy, but prospering.
“We experienced immediate financial results and improvements, not only in our bottom-line, but in our
technicians’ attitude and their being. They took off like rockets. The rest of us fed off of their new approaches and
energy. The workshop was so productive that we experienced our biggest summer,” says David,
who attended with wife Danielle…on their anniversary. “It was a great experience, and we put
into practice what we learned,” he says, says David, who plans to send two technicians to Total
Immersion this April. “We want the whole team on board.”