Interview with Gene Slade Jr of AirGenie - How he made the INC 5,000 in his HVAC Business

by Plumbing Marketing Profits on December 11, 2015

Gene Slade Jr - AirGenieOn this episode of the Plumbing Marketing Podcast we had the opportunity to interview Gene Slade Jr of AirGenie. He shares his incredible story of how we was able to grow his Air Conditioning Installation & Repair (HVAC) company from Zero to over $3M per year in just a 6 year period and make the INC 5,000 Fastest Growing Companies List two years in a row (2013 & 2014)! He then went on to sell the company in 2014 completing the ultimate entrepreneur's life cycle.

Gene Slade Jr Made the Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Businesses 2 Years In A Row


The most interesting part of Gene's story is that he employed a completely different and outside the box marketing approach to generate highly qualified leads that drove consistent and predictable high profit sales in his business. In the interview he reveals how he was able to leverage Radio in a non-conventional way to propel his company. Listen to the interview now:

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Josh Nelson is a marketing expert that specializes in helping Plumbing Business increase their sales & grow their business by more effectively MARKETING. He is a recognized speaker, author and regularly presents at PHCC, ACCA and Plumbing Contracting Associations. His articles have been published in Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine, Contractor Magazine and HVAC Insider. He is the author of The Complete Guide To Internet Marketing for Plumbing Contractors.

Plumbing Marketing Profits – who has written posts on Plumbing Marketing Tips, Ideas & Strategies for Plumbers | Plumber Marketing.

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