What’s Working in Today’s Market…

Are you a member of the Builders Association of Minnesota (BAM)?

Would you like some help in your marketing and sales efforts?

How about finding out how to double or triple your sales?

There is some good information below, however the classes have obviously come and gone. But check out our new course on getting better home builder and remodeling leads. Feel free to reach out with any questions.

If you are an associate, home builder or remodeler, you have a once-in-a-lifetime (no B.S.!) chance to discover a system that is selling today.

I’ll be traveling the state of Minnesota the week of May 19th – 22nd with three other speakers to show you how builders and remodelers are transforming their websites into lead generating machines using the Woman-Centric philosophy.

Some of these builders have doubled and even quadrupled their sales!

Check out this case study and download a FREE e-guide to see how it’s being done>>

BAM has put together a first rate event “Tune Up & Jump Start: Best New Ideas For Reinventing Your Business” which delivers five of the most interesting speakers on four different days around the state giving you helpful information on topics to help you reinvent your business for the new economy.

All events will be held from 8AM – 12PM (Paul Foresman and me will be speaking from 8:00 – 9:30) , and the dates and locations are listed below. I think most of the sessions will be Free but you need to call your local home builder association to find out. The numbers are below…

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Prior Lake

To register call 651-697-1954

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

St. Cloud

To register call 320-251-4382

Thursday, May 21, 2009


To register call 218-829-4982

Friday, May 22, 2009


To register call 218-722-5707

**Also, a FREE ENERGY CODE CLASS “Major Changes to the New Residential Energy Code: Overview and Open Q & A Session” will be held in the afternoon from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm for all members, building code officials, licensed residential contractors, HVAC contractors and insulation contractors.