Hey home performance heroes:


Great news: Dow Building Solutions is sponsoring the kickoff of my Proof Is Possible U.S. Tour.  Each stop is a two-day event with workshops for homeowners, realtors/appraisers/lenders, and contractors.  Our partners TruTech Tools and Retrotec are actively participating in the events by contributing hands-on tools.

http://ProofIsPossible.com

My goal is to knit together the demand/supply/middlemen in each local market, and we have ground teams in each location.  With the PR power of Dow to help, we hope this will make a meaningful difference in the marketplace.

HERE'S MY REQUEST: I could really use the help promoting this to other locations.  So far, we have the following cities tentatively planned:
Tulsa, OK
Cincinnati, OH
New Orleans, LA
Little Rock, AR

If you know anybody in those markets, or if any of you would like to bring this event to your town, please reach out.  I've attached the marketing materials for the Tampa event so you can see this is for real.  Thanks for your support!

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Corbett,

I would love to help you bring this event to Nashville, TN.  Let me know what I can do to help.

My pleasure.

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