Plumbing Marketing Interview with The Clean Plumbers®

by Plumbing Marketing Profits on October 2, 2012

The Clean Plumbers LogoOn this episode of Plumbing Marketing Profits we interview Phillip Maurici of The Clean Plumbers® AKA Philip Maurci Plumbing out of Tampa, Fl. He shares some great marketing ideas, techniques and best practices pulled from his 30+ years in the Plumbing Business.

Phillip grew his plumbing business from nothing to over $2M in annual revenue with 10 trucks. On the interview he shares how he is marketing his business to get the phones ringing, how he says top of mind with his existing customers and the training organizations / books that helped him get where he is today.

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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.

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Bill Velker October 7, 2012 at 12:30 am

Really enjoyed this interview. Phillip – thank you for sharing your expertise with us!

Plumbing Marketing Profits October 8, 2012 at 1:51 pm

Bill – Glad you enjoyed it. Keep tuning in for more interviews and ideas!

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