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Front Page PR Offers NABCEP Solar Training Graduates One of the World's Most Effective Marketing Programs to Help Launch Successful New Solar Installation Businesses

Firm Teaches Entrepreneurs How to Market the Combination of Energy Efficiency, Solar Hot Water Heaters and Solar Power Products to Save Texans Thousands of Dollars on Electric & Gas Bills

DALLAS, TX and FT. WORTH, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 01/14/14 -- Front Page PR, www.frontpagepr.com, announced a new solar marketing, PR and social media consulting programs to help solar installation companies throughout Texas significantly increase their sales and generate brand share awareness.

"Many graduates of NABCEP solar training classes such as CleanEdison, Imagine Solar, Ongrid Solar, Ontility, Solairgen, Solar Energy International (SEI), Solar Living Institute, SolPower People, Texas Renewable Energy Education Consortium (TREEC), Texas Solar Energy Society and the TXU Solar Academy dream of getting a good paying job in the solar business," said Robert Hoskins, Front Page PR's Solar Marketing Director. "But instead they end up competing for jobs only $8- to $12-per-hour when they get out of school. We teach students how to start their own businesses and earn thousands of dollars for every 6-kW solar power system they sell."

To save money on operating costs, Front Page PR's solar product marketing experts help new and existing solar entrepreneurs set up solar supply channels; negotiate pricing with solar resellers, distributors and manufacturers; find a master electrician; manage the paper work from electric utility companies; organize warehouse staging areas and organize a fleet of fully-equipped installation trucks that are streamlined for one-day installations.

To develop new business, Front Page PR's seasoned marketers assist solar installation companies with establishing a corporate brand, designing business cards, letterhead, marketing literature, signage for retail outlets and vehicle fleets; selecting prime office real estate locations; and designing professional solar design centers where customers can select from the finest solar products available.

To increase sales, Front Page PR's highly trained solar sales experts build solar training books and effectives sales presentations that provide customers with the most informative and professional solar sales experience possible. All solar sales materials are custom tailored to offer information on all available solar rebate programs, federal/state solar tax incentives and solar grants.

To boost contract closing rates, Front Page PR's experienced solar closers will teach solar companies how to use leading edge satellite measuring tools, CAD/CAM design programs, customer relationship management (CRM) tools and professional solar proposal generation software to generate preliminary solar sales estimates in less than one-hour for any customer that can provide their last twelve monthly electricity bills.

To build market share awareness, Front Page PR's skilled marketing executives can provide advertising, websites, internet marketing, call centers, trade shows and PR publicity campaigns that yield highly-qualified, primary solar business leads that are way more cost-effective than buying leads from solar lead generation companies that charge high-prices and sell the same solar leads over and over to novice solar installation companies.

To increase your solar sales, please call Front Page PR's marketing experts today and let us teach you what we have learned from helping more than 300 small businesses get into the solar business.

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