(PRWEB) October 27, 2012
Advanced Radon Mitigators was recently honored at the 2012 Basement Systems Annual Convention where close to 1,000 guests from dealers all over the United States, Canada and the UK, were in attendance.
The annual convention is held each year between Seymour, CT, (Basement Systems headquarters) and Hartford, CT, and brings together dealers from several networks of expertise including: radon, energy, basements, crawl spaces, and foundations. The convention offers dealers unmatched training, seminars, networking, award celebrations, vendor opportunities and team building events.
This year Advanced Radon Mitigators received an award for ranking 4th in sales within the National Radon Defense network during the 2011-2012 year.
The high-powered event featured international motivational speaker Andy Andrews! Andrews, world-renowned speaker and author of The Travelers Gift, dazzled the crowd with his presentation highlighting personal choices and attitudes that make the difference between failure and success.
Google even had a presence at this year’s convention. Two Google representatives delivered a behind the scenes peek at how to best utilize the search engine tools for successful business results. This year, the annual flagship event was the BEST yet!
Advanced Radon Mitigators is a certified member of National Radon Defense, an affiliate Basement Systems dealer network specializing in helping improve radon awareness and decrease radon levels in homes across the United States.
Basement Systems is an international network of basement waterproofing, crawl space repair and basement finishing contractors, led by Company Founder and President, Larry Janesky. The international headquarters, based in Seymour, CT has been helping homeowners increase their usable living space for over 20 years across the United States, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The company has 27-patented basement and crawl space products, designed to help homeowners get more out of their basements and increase their home's value.