J+J Flooring partners to host workshop for facilities professionals

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Dalton—J+J Flooring Group is partnering with APPA, a leading professional association of education facility managers, to present a Facilities Drive-In Workshop Tuesday, March 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.

In collaboration with APPA and Kent State University, J+J Flooring Group has developed a content focus that has strategic application to financial outcomes and student and faculty satisfaction in education facilities. The primary session will address branding while the afternoon session will explore the emergence of “evidence-based design” in the product evaluation and selection process for commercial interiors.

“Educational institutions have a tremendous opportunity today to drive positive financial and stakeholder outcomes by leveraging their brands and considering evidence-based design for their flooring selection,” said David Daughtrey, J+J Flooring Group’s director of business development for education. “This workshop will provide facility professionals the insight, tools and real-world examples they need to implement successful branding and evidence-based flooring specifications at their institutions.”

There is no fee for attendance, but space is limited. In addition to a complementary continental breakfast and lunch, attendees will earn 0.4 CEUs, four PDH units and four LUs. The registration form can be found at http://www.appa.org/kentstate%5Fjjflooring/.

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