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Local franchise awarded top honors at national convention

Published: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 12:39 p.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 12:40 p.m. CDT

MALTA – Steven Bryant, owner of SERVPRO of DeKalb County, was honored with the President’s Bronze Award for outstanding revenue performance at the company’s convention in June.

The convention offers a forum for education and networking for SERVPRO’s more than 1,600 franchise owners as well as a platform to recognize and reward franchisees for their success.

“I’m proud to have earned this award this year,” Bryant said. “Everyone at SERVPRO of DeKalb County is dedicated to being the leader in our industry in the Malta area. This award is recognition that our community knows they can depend on us to help them recover from a storm, fire or other disaster.”

SERVPRO, an industry leader in disaster cleanup, restoration and remediation services, welcomed a record number of franchisees to this year’s event. The convention offered more than 60 workshop sessions on more than 30 different topics, the most extensive program offered in the 44-year history of the event. The keynote speaker was former NBA player Walter Bond.

“The variety and quality of this year’s educational and business sessions was better than ever,” said Bryant. “This convention is my opportunity to learn about the latest initiatives from SERVPRO corporate, and the developing trends in our industry.”

“Servpro Industries, Inc. congratulates Steven and all of our award winners on their success,” said Sue Steen, chief executive officer of Servpro Industries Inc. “We know our leadership position in the marketplace is a direct result of the dedication and professionalism of our franchisees and their staffs. Hopefully, this year’s annual convention provided all of our attendees with the latest intelligence about our company and our industry so they can continue to grow their businesses and support their customers with the best possible service.”

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