As you may know, we  publish a "Stump the Chump" section in every one of our newsletters and we are in great need of submissions. Please submit a situation you have encountered and a photo to accompany/ further demonstrate the situation to stump your fellow industry peers. We will choose one to publish in each issue. You will earn 2 BPI CEUs for each submission!  Now to encourage you even further,we will issue a $100 Home Depot Gift Card to the person submitting the chosen Stumper! We will also keep all the submissions on file and should your Stumper be chosen to be included in another issue, you'll receive the $100 Home Depot Gift Card. Not too shabby! You get CEUs and a possible $100 Home Depot Gift Card and we get awesome Stumpers! It is a win win. 

Please send your submissions to either jbrown@bpi.org   or   Marketing@bpi.org

Thank you!

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