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Publisher Rich Fabry attended the "wacky" International Window Cleaners Association (IWCA) tradeshow in Orlando, Florida in this Disney-filled issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine. Fabry recalls the seminars, keynote speeches, competitions, and even the Wacky Olympics. L.M. Colker's Greg Colker also speaks on the success the convention had and he credits the Magic Kingdom aroma.

Overseer of Disney's 1200-man custodial staff Ken Clay elaborates on what it's like to clean the amusement park, how many supplies and different shifts it takes, and how he manages that many workers. A-1 Orange Cleaning Services' Vickie Wagner shares her experiences as an outside contractor in addition to the very unique nomenclature that the Disney staff uses.

Moving away from the topic of Disney, Royal Window Care's Howard C. Walker discusses financial planning options for window cleaners. He implores window cleaners to set up a retirement plan and teaches what to do with your money, SEPs, mutual funds, and stocks. Ettore and Caldwell announce new holsters and scratch removal systems.


  • Fabry announces there will be no May-June 1996 AWC issue due to his traveling
  • Learn why Magic Kingdom's Crystal Palace is the hardest part of the park to clean
  • Read some tips for a more enjoyable stay at Disney World
  • Advantages to adding on blind cleaning work

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