Testimonials

If the discounts alone from the manufactures don't convince a company to join NAPSA, then the networking with other sweeping contractors around the country will benefit one's operation in more cost saving ideas and similar concerns about running a profitable sweeping company.

Karl Stauty - Commercial Power Sweeping and Services

Most of my customers belong to at least one professional association. It might be the local Building Industry Association or Property Management Association. They spend sometimes thousands of dollars to belong and participate in their respective trade group. They understand the benefits and that only the top firms in their industry spend the money and time to belong. They are sometimes surprised there even is a Sweepers Association. I don't think they have any idea "gutter cleaners" would even have their own professional association. It is definitely viewed as a positive affiliation that creates credibility and trust.

Mark Carter - Bill's Sweeping Service, Inc.

The thing I get most out of NAPSA is the fellowship we have with the contractors. This reminds us of all the same problems and joys. NAPSA allows us to converse with each other. The fact NPE and NPE West allows us to attend seminars for free is a nice jester on there part.

Gale Holsman - American Sweeping, Inc.

The benefits of Power Vac Services being a NAPSA member is best summed up as: discounts on parts, networking with other sweeping contractors, and receiving first-hand information on sweeping industry news. We receive discounts from several vendors due to their NAPSA programs. Being able to network with other sweeping professionals helps to direct or redirect our efforts and focus us towards better profits and efficiency. NAPSA is always faxing or emailing news about tradeshows, articles or interesting information to its members. It is great to know that we belong to a club... the sweeping professionals' club...NAPSA

Claudia Passero - Power Vac Services