Vinyl Window Designs Ltd. Supports Industry Training Conference

Vinyl Window Designs Ltd. has announced its support for the Reno-Connect Training Conference to be held February 28 and March 1, 2006, in Kitchener, Ontario. Reno-Connect is a program run by the Siding and Window Dealers Association of Canada (SAWDAC) as part of its mandate to enhance the professional abilities of its members and the industry at large. Vinyl Window Designs, one of Canada's largest vinyl window manufacturers and the flagship company of the Window Design Group, has pre-purchased a block of tickets approximately equal to the total attendance at last year's sessions.

"This is a great program and we want to contribute to its success," said Michael Newman, general manager of Vinyl Window.

The program offers seminars on a variety of topics, including management skills in the home improvement field, installation practices and field safety, as well as sales and marketing. Seminar speakers are drawn from industry leaders in their fields, including Vinyl Window's own sales and marketing specialist Fateh Virji, who is offering two seminars, "The Science of Sales" and "No Pressure Closing Techniques."

"Vinyl Window Designs has a history of non-partisan efforts working with industry associations to enhance programs available from industry associations and to encourage our industry to attend," said Newman.

He continued, "This year we have added a late afternoon hospitality suite and provided a great dinner speaker to make the Reno-Connect program an even more successful draw. Dennis Hull, the younger brother of Bobby Hull, is a former National Hockey League star who is well-known as a great and sought after speaker. Vinyl Window Designs has contributed his participation as a speaker at the Reno-Connect banquet."

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