The Ashby Countertop System
EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS – BECOME A CONCRETE ARTIST
Work side-by-side with Tamara Gilgenast to learn the secret to making concrete countertops that look
like natural stone with decorative edge molds and no polishing.
Watch a 3 minute preview of our 9 hour step-by-step video presentation taught by Ben Ashby.
Two Options to Learn the Ashby System
Attend our Four Day Concrete Countertop Training Workshop held in Enterprise, Alabama. Work side-by-side with Tamara Gilgenast to learn the secret to making concrete countertops that look like natural stone with decorative edges and no polishing. It is unlike anything available on the market today!
The cost of our Four Day Workshop
is $2,995.00 per person.
Limited Time Special Offer:
Two people may attend our three day training class for the price of one
Purchase over 8 hours of our downloadable training class videos for only $600. Learn the Ashby System taught by Ben Ashby at home. This option includes over 8 hours of step-by-step videos that cover everything taught in our class and more. You also receive these videos when you take the four-day class. If you cannot make it to the class, this is the next best option to learn how to do the Ashby System. If you choose this option and then decide to come to the class later, we will deduct the amount you paid for the videos from the class price. Purchasing the videos allows you to purchase all of the Ashby products including the Marbleizer, plus detailed instructions on how to use them.
The cost for our downloadable videos and training manual is $600. LIMITED TIME OFFER 50% OFF Now $295!
Read a BLOG about us.
HOW TO MAKE CONCRETE COUNTERS LIKE THE PROS TUTORIAL: THE ASHBY SYSTEM – PART 1 – INTRO & TEMPLATING
If you’ve been following along for the last few months, then you know that I’ve become fascinated with creating things with cement and concrete. Okay, “fascinated” is a little understated. Obsessed is closer to the truth. So as you can imagine that I was SUPER EXCITED to spend a few days in Las Vegas earlier this month learning how to make concrete counters at now StoneCrete Systems.
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