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Over the last several days, we have fielded several calls from members asking for ideas on how to weather the Coronavirus storm from a credit perspective. We have turned to veterans in our field who have navigated multiple economic downturns during their careers.

The dot com bust, 9/11, the Great Recession. Lessons learned over more than 40 years have made them among our panel the best in our business. They are members of our association eager to share their experiences and offer suggestions for following best practices during this challenging period.

Join us on Wednesday, March 25 from 2:00 p;m. – 3:30 p.m. for this special online presentation. This program is offered exclusively by NACM Business Credit Services for the benefit of our members and others in the credit profession. There is no charge for this webinar although registration is required so we that we may provide log-on information to you.

Our economy and world is in uncharted territory and no one has all the answers for how to respond. But, we have smart members ready to help you using the lessons they have learned during their 40+ year careers.

Take advantage of this special opportunity to learn from the best!


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Roger Benford, Corporate Credit Manager, Harnish Group Inc., Kent , WA

  • Harnish is the Caterpillar representative for Washington and Alaska

Carrie Bratlie, Market Credit Manager, Ferguson Enterprises. Seattle, WA

  • Ferguson is the largest distributor in the U.S. of plumbing supplies and related products

Gerry Gilbert, Direct of Credit, Flow International, Kent, WA

  • Flow is the world leader in the development and manufacture of UHP waterjet technology.

Doug Jacobson, Credit Manager, Beacon Building Products, Portland, OR

  • Beacon is one of the largest distributors of commercial and residential roofing products in the nation

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