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The Round-Up: Expanding The Family Business, Dangers of Carbon Monoxide, RIA Convention Itinerary & London Airport Bomb Hero Finds Job in USA as Carpet Cleaner

John Smeaton

Greetings, and welcome to The Round-Up!

The Round-Up is a feature where we collect some of the more interesting cleaning industry stories from around the web and present them to you in one convenient post. Please enjoy, and let us know if you have any coverage suggestions.

Expanding the Family Window Cleaning Business,” Robinson-Solutions Window Cleaning Blog.

Robinson-Solutions makes another great contribution to the industry with this informative article about modernizing and expanding a family window cleaning business. More here.

Workers Sickened by Pressure Washing Fumes in Indiana,” Midwest Pro Wash Blog.

Did you know that pressure-washers can generate toxic levels of carbon monoxide in enclosed spaces? The bottom line: always remember to open a window (or three)! Read the full article here.

RIA Convention 2013 Dates & Itinerary,” RIA Convention Website.

This year’s convention has been announced, with a long list of respected speakers and industry presentations. See the RIA Convention lineup here.

Glasgow Airport Bomb Hero Finds Job in USA as Carpet Cleaner,” The Daily Record, UK.

A Scottish baggage handler who helped foil a terrorist bomb attack in 2007 has immigrated to the United States, and found a job cleaning carpets: Read more.

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