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Lunch & Learn: Let's Get Serious: Don't Let Your Business Go Down the Drain

Tuesday, May 23, 2023, 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM
Service Nation
750 Canyon Dr.
Coppell, TX  75019
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Alicia Baron
817-554-2314 (p)
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Tired of working in your business, rather than "ON" it? Wonder how other company owners manage to take family vacations or spend time away -- but you can't? This will be a screen shot of how to grow your profit by 30% each year.

Joe Strittmatter, Owner/Operator of Strittmatter Plumbing, Heating & AC, will lead the session. Joe was born and raised in Denton, Texas, and began working in the HVAC industry with his father at age 12.

He has held positions ranging from counter help at a local HVAC supply house, to installer, lead installer, service technician, and owner/operator. He and his wife Tawnya married in 2001 and had their amazing son Jared in 2003.

He took over the family business in 2005 and the team has continued to make great strides as a locally owned and operated company.

In 2012, he and a long time friend added Plumbing to the business.

Strittmatter has been named Best of Denton County Since 2014, Best of Denton since 2016, and one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing companies in America. The company is nearing 41 years in business and currently employs more than 50 people.

In November of 2021, Joe became the Regional President for Granite Comfort LP, and the General Manager for Frymire Home Services. At the time Frymire was losing $1.8M at $11M in revenue. In one year, he and his team reversed the loss to a $1.3M profit while paying off all the company debt. He now is running between $27M and $28M in revenue for 2023.