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Posted by  Donnie Ivers on September 18, 2003 at 13:16:40:

Hi, I am Donnie Ivers and I am with Elite Crete Central California I have recently relocated to the Central Valley area of California to open ECCC. I have been involved with Elite Crete Systems as a distributor and worked at training headquarters since 1997. With the overwhelming response of these products in the California and Nevada markets we felt it was necessary to provide regional technical support in those areas. I would like to think our Central Valley location would be easily accessible to attend one of our training's. We are 200 miles from Southern California, and a half a days drive from Las Vegas.

If you want the highest quality product, affordably priced and backed by unimaginable technical and customer support. As easy as it is to say, this is the mission statement of Elite Crete Systems. Perhaps you have not heard of Elite Crete Systems but we are rapidly moving westward after dominating the decorative concrete industry on the East coast and Midwestern states.

Yea sure, just another salesman......could be right, but I am about your success with the use of Elite Crete Systems with any type of application and who better to help you, than someone who has made a living from using Elite Crete Systems? That someone is me. You will benefit from my own experiences. That is where service is maintained so that supply is never an issue. You can also go on line to www.elitecrete.com or www.concretelocator.com for further research.

The next Elite Crete Training will be October 3rd and 4th. For more information please contact me at 559.904.3108 and I will be glad to send you some information about our products and service.

Donnie Ivers
divers511@aol.com

 
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