Press Release June 1, 2016


Last Edited Date: 06.02.2016 - 14:14

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We had a new twist yesterday at our meeting.  Rather than having 4 speakers, (2 personal, 2 business), we had two speakers who had extra time to use for either or both.

Our first wonderful speaker was Del Weston, originally from Oxford, England, the “City of Dreaming Spires” and home of Oxford University.  Del attended Oxford as a mechanical engineer, and later received his MBA at Cleveland State University in Ohio.  He has been intrigued with cars and  motorcycles his entire life, and has worked on airplanes professionally.  He also loves blues music and has recently taken up fly fishing.

Del has worked all over the world, and has been to about 43 countries.  He lives in Sedona with his wife, Michelle, and their dog, around whom everything else centers, and is now a proud U.S. Citizen.

Del’s company, Business Transformation Partners, works to help you with your business marketing.  Unlike other firms, this business doesn’t just guide you, but holds your hand through the process to be sure you get the very best results.  They help you target your advertising, set yourself apart as a trusted advisor in your field, nurture relationships, and provide value for your clients.  His wealth of knowledge and experience are an invaluable asset to any business taking advantage of his services.

Our next speak was Tim Warren of Mammoth Restoration.  Mammoth is the best company in Northern AZ for water restoration, smoke damage restoration, trauma, mold remediation, and basically everything you need when you have a loss.  Mammoth works 24/7, 365 days a year to serve you in your time of need, and begin work immediately to mitigate as much damage as possible.  Their workers are professional, courteous, clean and compassionate. After the loss, they will remove your items, clean and store them while the work is being done, have your home tested for mold and moisture, then leave it looking and smelling brand new. 

Tim has lived in Flagstaff since 1976, where he shares a home with his wife and son.  He is a proud member of the community and lives his life by the Golden Rule, both personally and professionally.

Great job, Del and Tim!  Thanks to both of you for taking on the challenge of a longer presentation.



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