Aurora, CO – Bona US, the North American subsidiary of Bona AB in Sweden and the world leader in hardwood floor finishing and floor care, recently opened the Bona Midwest Regional Training Center in Skokie, Illinois.

The 1,900 square foot facility is one of six regional training centers launched by Bona in the past two years, offering a unique training space for hardwood industry professionals. The center features 300 square foot panels of red and white oak and over 250 square feet of maple used for sport product training. Exotic woods, such as Brazilian cherry and Brazilian walnut are also featured. The easily accessible center provides a unique environment for contractors and distributors to advance their classroom and hands-on skills with Bona products.

“Bona values the education of our contractors. We continue to advance our training programs by opening more facilities in different areas of the country. The new Bona Midwest Training Center provides an ideal environment for contractors and distributors to advance their classroom and hands-on skills with Bona products. By bringing our expertise to our customers, we continue to build our relationships and strengthen the Bona brand,” said Ilene LeBlanc, marketing manager.

Additionally, the training center features an area of Bona products and equipment utilized for education on the Bona System, as well as a separate classroom area.

Bona offers five additional training centers throughout the country in Richmond, CA; Bridgewater, MA; Houston, TX; Monroe, NC; and Aurora, CO.

ABOUT BONA US

Bona US, the North American subsidiary of Bona AB, Malmö, Sweden, manufactures and distributes complete systems for hardwood floor finishing, including dust containment sanding equipment, abrasives, fillers, stains, sealers, finishes and floor care products. The Bona System meets or exceeds all state and federal clean air quality standards, and reflects Bona’s commitment to personal health, indoor air quality and the environment.

SOURCE: Bona US

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