Inside the February 2013 Issue of Pumper

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Old-School Cool Old-School Cool
North Carolina pumper Donald Goins’ bright yellow refurbished Peterbilt blends classic truck elements with a hardworking attitude.
Best Pumping Practices
Did you know an industry standard procedure exists for septic tank pumping and cleaning? Do you have suggestions for updates or changes?
Vacuum Truck Training Certification Required for New Mexico Pumpers Pretty in Pink Pretty in Pink
The folks at Maryland’s Fogle’s Septic Services send out pink service trucks and restrooms to raise money to fight cancer.
Product News - February 2013 Product News - February 2013 Five Peaks ADA-compliant restroom features larger tank, increased durability Five Peaks ADA-compliant restroom features larger tank, increased durability Plugged in for Profits Plugged in for Profits
Illinois hauler Chris Wenger works with a network of fellow pumping professionals to set up his family business, C.W. Septic Services Inc., for a bright future.
Growing Strong Growing Strong
The timely acquisition of a revered local brand and intuitive marketing moves set up young Massachusetts pumping outfit Capewide Enterprises for success.
Hire a Salesperson?
A company owner is the most motivated sales professional, a poster is told. And the discussion turns to the effectiveness of phone book advertising.
Kit Rosefield to Receive Excellence in Service Award Your Card, Please
Business credit cards can be helpful – but make sure you account for the hazards.
Industry News - February 2013 Industry News - February 2013 WWETT Preview - February 2013 Classy Truck Of The Month Classy Truck Of The Month Talk Up Your Business Talk Up Your Business
Turn up the mike! Speaking to local service clubs is an efficient way to promote your company and make new contacts.
Association News
Pumper invites your state association to post notices and news items in this column.
Serving Country, Serving Customers Serving Country, Serving Customers
Steven Coia left Rhode Island for Iraq, serving in the U.S. Marines, then returned home to work for his family’s pumping business.