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    7 Reasons to Attend Roofing Process Conference 2020

    Don’t miss the Roofing Process Conference this December 3-4 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida!

    Besides the beautiful weather and invaluable information being offered, there are…

    7 other reasons why you should attend this year’s conference

    1. Rodney Webb keynote

    Webb is Roofing Insights CEO Dmitry Lipinskiy’s personal mentor, known nationwide for his 91% closing rate in sales. Webb has made many men millionaires by teaching them how to incorporate his techniques and philosophies into their businesses, and he will teach you how to achieve those same results.

    But getting Webb to come to Orlando wasn’t easy.

    “It took some effort to bring him to the conference,”

    Lipinskiy says with a coy smile, a testament to the current market demand for Webb’s services.

    2. Breakout sessions

    Besides Rodney Webb, Matt Risinger, and Mike Michalowicz, there are also an array of other speakers coming to the conference, like Eric Reno, Becca Switzer, and LC Nussbeck, to name a few.

    “We don’t bring in people to teach if they’re not ultra-successful themselves,”

    says Lipinskiy.

    “I’ve seen a lot of conferences out there where people go on the stage and become a panelist, then the very next year they are being prosecuted for committing fraud and they go upside down into bankruptcy.”

    Everyone speaking at the Roofing Process Conference is a legit player in the roofing industry, each with their own unique stories and skills to offer.

    3. Hotel industry and Rosen Plaza

    Let’s face it:

    The roofing industry has benefitted tremendously from the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Other industries, not so much.

    One man feeling the pain is Harris Rosen, owner of the Rosen Plaza, site of this year’s event. He’s lost $30 million so far this year, and that has hurt everyone involved in his business.

    “Because of restrictions, he can’t do as much business as before,”

    Lipinskiy begins.

    “We’re blessed in the roofing industry because we’re essential,”

    he says, urging others to come to the conference and support an industry that is less fortunate.

    “Every time you travel, you support the economy, you’re doing what’s good for others, and I promise you, you will always get it in return later in life,”

    adds Lipinskiy.

    4. Support Roofing Insights

    Lipinskiy needs your help.

    “I rarely ask you guys to support me, but when you do come to our conference, you will support us,”

    he says, going on to say that this year’s event is three times bigger than last year’s.

    Even so, this event is not a money grab. Lipinskiy is hoping to break even on the event, and would much rather see a large turnout than pocket a few extra thousand dollars.

    5. Best hand-picked vendors

    So far, the event already has 30 vendors lined up, and that’s after Lipinskiy already turned down an additional 50.

    “We selected them [vendors] for you. We’re bringing them not to sell you, but to educate, collaborate, and get to know you. It’s a much different approach than some other conferences have,”

    says Lipinskiy.

    6. Win an Equipter

    The Equipter is one of the best machines on the market. It will save your installers time and energy, and at a cost of $35,000, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to win one of these sought-after items.

    To win, you simply must be present in the conference room during one of the four keynote speakers. It doesn’t matter which ticket level you’ve purchased; just be in the room at the time of the announcement, and you’ll be leaving Orlando as the proud owner of an Equipter.

    7. Tickets are still cheap

    Buy your tickets before December 1st and pay as little as $599 for a main conference ticket!

    After that, prices jump for all levels, but even if you arrive at the conference without a ticket, the most you’ll pay for all-access VIP admittance is $899.

    “There’s no better place to be this December,”

    Lipinskiy says, and he’s right.

    Not only will the event have amazing keynotes, top-end food service, and fantastic giveaways, but VIP-level members also get free entrance to afterparties on both nights, plus recordings of all the keynote speakers.

    But remember, 80% of VIP tickets have already sold out, so act fast to reserve your seat at the conference today!

    Quentin Super
    Senior Copywriter at Roofing Insights, author of the internationally-selling book The Long Road North, founder of quentinsuper.com

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