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05-11-2017, 07:58 PM
Tell us more about the CQuartz Professional Orientation/Training ?


The Guz
05-11-2017, 09:46 PM
If I did this as a professional I would jump on this training.

Still like the look and packaging of CQPRO.

05-12-2017, 03:49 AM

This is only open to Pro's?


05-13-2017, 10:09 PM
I'm not sure. I'd PM Corey and get him to chime in. I'm sure he has the skinny on it.

05-15-2017, 04:57 PM

This is only open to Pro's?


I'm not sure who/what?...contact Corey (http://carproforum.com/member.php?3-Corey) and/or call Carpro-US 386-259-0759 for more info.

You will need to be "preapproved" by Corey in order to register.
Corey did state it is in Springfield, Missouri on May 25th
Click below for more information...

05-15-2017, 06:00 PM
FINEST and Professional Info:

CQuartz Finest in North America: We no longer accept applications for it, as it is by invite only. After we know the shop inside and out from a history of working together.

CQuartz Professional:
We believe CQuartz Professional is superior to any other brand on the market in a variety of attributes.

To apply for CQuartz Professional -

We are interested in:
2+ years in business as a detailer specializing in quality paint correction.
Businesses that practices strong business ethics and honesty.

If you match the above, you are welcome to provide the following to corey@carpro-us.com and allow 4-6 weeks due diligence for review, research, and inquiry's:

Commercial shop address
Website link
Social media links
Reference(s) within the industry*

If we are quite sure it would be a good fit after we review all of your information, then we would invite you to the next orientation/training class in your region.

The*cost is 1100$ for orientation, and training and we provide a starter kit of products along with that. *Class sizes are kept small (about 5 applicants) and focus on paint correction, training on coatings, as well as business ethics, service, marketing, and our core principals. *

05-15-2017, 06:36 PM
Excellent. I'm sorry for any confusion.

Thank you Tad for your very informative reply.

All questions answered.