Networking Might Help You Build the Next Classy Truck
Pumper Magazine did an interesting piece on how trade-show networking could impact the way you do business. It features a truck put together by John Holm & Son in Monroe, New Jersey.
The importance of networking at trade shows is difficult to overestimate. Just ask Wayne Borsuk, whose Classy Truck is largely indebted to a manufacturer he connected with at the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show.
The fourth-generation owner of John Holm & Son in Monroe, New Jersey, Borsuk has been in the waste management business for 50 years, so he knows what he likes. And when it comes to trucks, it’s Peterbilt.
“It’s a brand we like,” says Borsuk, whose fleet includes nine trucks, mostly Peterbilt. “They seem much more driver-friendly.”
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