Hey. I am really interested in your school. I'm 24 living in Toronto, I would like to attend sometime in March. I started my business last summer. I do residential work mainly decks, driveways and pool patios. I notice how you are strong believer in the Seal N Lock systems. I would really like to learn it and purchase one of their battery powered sprayer systems. (the rollers and garden sprayers weren't efficient to do the huge interlock driveways I was getting asked to do. I would like to build a relationship that will help my business be successful. Let me know if you can help.
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Not really uderstanding the question. Sounds like your saying that if I want to advertise BT200, I should be allowed just because I am a staff member.??? Or if I become a hydro tek dealer I can advertise hydro tek because I am staff. No that just doesn't sound right to me. To allow me to advertise something simply because I am staff is not far to others that aren't staff. Could create a lot of people wanting to be staff just for that privelage. My vote would be NO
"Should exceptions to PWN Rules be made for PWN Staff members?"
If a PWN Staff member wants to advertise a product on PWN that paid sponsors
sell also, should we make an exception to PWN Rules and allow that team member
to advertise product without being a paid sponsor?