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"Maximizing Morale, Productivity & Profits", a live online course for shop owners, starts on 9/21!

Learn the best-kept secrets used by the industry's top shop owners when it comes to how to keep your employees supercharged, deal with challenging employee issues, and create a work environment that ensures you reach your shop's potential.

To reserve one of our last spots in the course, just visit 

https://www.eliteworldwide.com/event/925/maximizing-employee-morale-productivity-profits.html?fbclid=IwAR3olGqPNilawfAR2AR_vtV0HbElR3v5THSNdsKQRddkIO9qf8MnI0jsfT0#

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