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Earth Day Has Come and Gone

You may or may not have noticed, that Earth Day came and went. It was created 42 years ago by a small, passionate group that sought to spread awareness about the impact that we have on our world. This group wanted people to think about what we are doing and change our actions so we positively impact the environment rather than negatively.

At Pro Power Clean, we strive to continuously be knowledgeable and aware of the impact we have on the environment. All of our cleaning products and procedures are examined to maintain a high level of excellence and environmental friendliness.

Zombie Janitors and the Complexities of Janitorial TV Marketing

The best way to effectively market commercial janitorial services on television has been a question on my mind for quite some time. The issue lies in the fact that when your janitorial service is going well, very few people even notice its existence. Then when it goes bad, the offending company is immediately fired and a new company is hired as quickly as possible. This is just the nature of the beast. However, the problem correlates to marketing when the topic of “cleaning” and “janitorial” service is viewed as irrelevant or boring to professionals.

Listen to Our Customers, They'll Tell You

Here at Pro Power Clean, we have had the opportunity to work with some truly fantastic clientele and develop lasting relationships. We really appreciate our customers and enjoy providing them with outstanding service. Don't take our word for it though (as trustworthy as we are), here is what one of our clients has to say about our service:

*GASP* A documentary about POSITIVE local business??

Local video production company CreativeWave along with support from Pro Power Clean, Tribute Media, Renewed Expressions, and Port of Subs will be producing a documentary highlighting recent success stories in our community. When complete this documentary will be available on the Pro Power Clean website free of charge for everyone to enjoy.

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