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Last year’s Summit attendees took home an average of $3,441 in ideas they could build into their practices. However, the total combined sum is nearly $28,000 for those who attended all six previous conferences. If you have attended the Summit in the past, make sure you go this year to become part of a legacy that will help your footcare business grow.
When a new hoof-care tool comes out, do you solely rely on the manufacturers’ input? When it is time for a new truck or trailer, so you only talk to the dealer?
In these cases and all others when an opinion is needed for your shoeing practice, the opinion of your peers is priceless. Especially during these challenging times, it is important to get opinions from people you trust before making a decision that impacts your bottom line.
If you are wavering on whether to attend the 2010 International Hoof-Care Summit, consider these thoughts from some of your fellow hoof-care professionals concerning their Summit experiences:
“Farriers quickly recognized this was the place to be if you wanted to give your education and career a jump start.”
—T.J. Jones, Boynton Beach, Fla.
“The Summit is always extremely well done and gives me the opportunity to meet some very interesting people and renew old friendships.”
—Bruce Matthews, Hyde Park, Vt.
“I always pick up terrific ideas at the Summit that have a tremendous impact on my work.”
—Sam Mannira, Fort White, Fla.
“I miss 4 days of work to attend…