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Building Your Business for the Future

Immerse Yourself in a Million Dollar Residential Cleaning Company

Growing your residential cleaning company is your goal as the owner. Join ARCSI as this special regional event where you can get insight, advice, and guidance from residential cleaning company owners who have been in your shoes and are now in that very elite club of “million-dollar owners.” You can get to that level too – you just need to make the right moves for your company. And these owners can help!


ARCSI is taking to the road to open doors of million-dollar residential cleaning companies to you. You can spend time with exceptional million-dollar owners who will share their journey with you, offer insight into adapting to the new “normals” thanks to the pandemic, and tour their facility.


Each event concludes with a networking event with food and drink as you visit with our regional ambassadors, host company, and other attendees.


Spaces are limited at each event so register early so you don’t miss out.

October Regional Meeting


October 9, 2022 | 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Help prior to ISSA Show NA at Helping Hands Maid Services (Elmhurst, IL)
Limited to 50 attendees



Member: $49 / Nonmember: $99


Schedule includes:

  • Registration and Check-in
  • Introduction and welcome from RJ Patel and Gosia Baran
  • Facility Tour
  • Three Education Sessions featuring Liz Trotter, Gosia Baran, and RJ Patel
  • Q&A
  • Networking event


Registration coming soon. Questions? Email Erin Lasch at [email protected].

About RJ Patel


RJ and his wife Asha have owned PCT Clean for over 16 years. Prior to that, RJ’s family owned a hotel and were responsible for the day-to-day business, including guest services, housekeeping, and grounds keeping. RJ is the first chair of the Residential Cleaning Council, tasked with leading the association through the first two years of its merger with ISSA. RJ continues to serve on the Residential Cleaning Council as the past chair.

About Gosia Baran


After working in the corporate world for a few years, I got laid off a few months after 9/11. Having a 4-month-old son, I chose not to go back to the corporate world but to open my own business. I had the desire of helping people; in the corporate world helping others was not the priority. In November 2001, Helping Hands was born. Today, Helping Hands is stronger than ever, employing 45 cleaning technicians and office staff. We service residential and commercial clients in the Chicagoland area.

About Liz Trotter


Liz currently owns and operates Cleaning Profit Builders – a coaching company, with most of her focus being on Strategic Success groups for Owners and top-level Managers. She has owned American Maid Service in Olympia, WA since 1993 and currently operates as an absentee owner.  Along with her husband Tim, Liz is also a real estate investor and developer who currently owns 100+ rentals. Liz is driven to help those she works with to be the best version of themselves while executing on the goals, plans, and strategies that are important to them. Knowing what to do is only part of the battle, how is most often the trickier part. Liz enjoys being a Certified High-Performance Coach (CHPC) who uses her certification along with extensive DISC training and 3 decades of experience in the cleaning industry to help people at all levels “get out of their own way.”