Dr. Energy Saver Franchise Takes Part in International Basement Systems Convention

Sep 20, 2011 by

Seymour, CT – During this year’s annual Team Basement Systems’ Convention, corporate Dr. Energy Saver® franchise presented many pertinent classes to the near 600 people in attendance—including several Dr. Energy Saver franchisees. Dr. Energy Saver distributed an award to Dr. Energy Saver Delaware and Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines.

The 2011 Team Basement Systems’ Convention offers an opportunity for all connected businesses to join together, learn from each other, gain more knowledge and resources, and perhaps join into an additional Basement Systems network, just as Dr. Energy Saver Delaware.

This year’s Five Flags award was presented to Gary and David Lawson of Dr. Energy Saver Delaware. As they are a part of the five networks of the Basement Systems enterprise: Dr. Energy Saver, Basement Systems®, CleanSpace®, Total Basement Finishing, and Foundation Supportworks.

In addition, Dr. Energy Saver Des Moines’ Manager, Shannon Barnes became this year’s recipient of the Power House award. His ideas and involvement in the Dr. Energy Saver network have set him apart as a great influence and asset to the development of the franchise.

About Dr. Energy Saver

The Dr. Energy Saver franchise is a network of committed professionals who specialize in improving homes’ comfort and energy efficiency. Each franchisee offers a home energy audit to identify areas in the home that need improvement, as well as particular services. Some franchisees offer home insulation, hot water heaters, HVAC, and more!

About Team Basement Systems

Basement Systems, Inc. is an international network of basement, crawl space, and foundation specialists. In recent years, this network has expanded to include other networks such as National Radon Defense, Dr. Energy Saver®, and MoreHouse Finance. The Basement Systems network claims 27 patented products.

The featured guest speakers at the 2011 convention included Krish Duhnam (of the Zig Ziglar corporation), and the “Pit bull of Personal Development” Larry Winget. It also included a sports-themed party at the Connecticut Convention Center, which ended the convention week with music, food and performances by the Harlem Wizards and the New England Patriots Cheerleaders.

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