Nick is the curator for the Inspection Museum which he founded in 2017. The Museum has hundreds of items related to the inspection industry including the first infrared camera used on an inspection in 1972 and the first battery operated flashlight from 1898. The Inspection Museum is free and open 5 days week.
Nick has been the keynote speaker at nearly 200 different events around the world. His marketing and business success presentations are specific to the inspection, construction, and heavy equipment industries. Having Nick speak at your organization’s event or corporate function is a sure way to reward and motivate your employees.
Nick Gromicko is the founder of InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. With operations in nine languages and 65 countries InterNACHI is the first trade association (in any industry) that wrapped around the globe. InterNACHI’s monster website is 285,000 pages long and gets 26 million unique visitors a year. www.nachi.org
House of Horrors®
Nick is the founder of the House of Horrors® Training Facilities. The House of Horrors® are entire homes intentionally built with a thousand defects. The two-story homes are located inside three story commercial buildings in Boulder, Colorado and Weston, Florida. Students can practice performing home inspections in the House of Horrors® to advance their inspection knowledge and skills.
Nick is the C.O.O. of his wife’s cosmetic company, Massk® International. Massk® is a top-of-the-line cosmetics company specializing in products that make the butt look more beautiful. Massk’s® products are organic, cruelty free, and sold, directly to consumers through online stores and distributors. Massk® is also a wholesale supplier to beauty salons, day spas, bikini shops and lingerie boutiques. www.BeautifulButt.com
In the News:
Nick Gromicko is often quoted in news articles such as: HomeAdvisor, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, REALTOR.com, Washington Post, CBS News, Oregon Live, Oregon Live again, Philly.com, NBC, Biz X Magazine, The Street Network, Bloomberg, WebMD, The New York Times, Angie’s List, The Christian Science Monitor, Marketplace, and The Chicago Sun Times. He is also often quoted in business success books such as “Find Your Everest.“
Cozy Coats for Kids:
Nick is the Founder of Cozy Coats for Kids, a 501(c) 3 registered charity. Every year since 2004, Nick Gromicko has purchased hundreds of brand-new coats for kids in need. He began by delivering the coats to various police departments around the country. The program has grown to be a celebrated charity. The goal of Cozy Coats for Kids are to improve the well-being of children in need by providing them with the opportunity to choose their own brand-new winter coat. www.CozyCoatsforKids.org
Nick is a general contractor specializing in projects that require heavy equipment. He is a Weld County, Colorado licensed septic system installer and an heavy equipment equipment owner/operator.
Lenick Organic Farms:
Nick is the Farm Manager of Lenick Organic Farms an agricultural cooperative of small farms in Northern Colorado. Owned by his wife Olena Sepyahina, Lenick Organic Farms has become known for supplying fresh, pure ingredients to the cosmetic industry.
Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association:
Nick is the Director of Education and Training for the Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA), a federally tax-exempt 501(c) 6 non-profit trade association. CCPIA members perform commercial property inspections across North America according to the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP).
Nick is married to Olena Sepyahina, a Ukrainian-born businesswoman and founder of the Massk International cosmetic company. Olena has four college degrees, an MBA, and speaks six languages fluently. Together, they have a baby boy named Pace, born in 2018. They live in Northern Colorado with Pumpkin, their Russian Toy Terrier. Nick also has two other grown sons, Nikolai and Erik.
I have better things to do than watch a low-quality show on a high-quality TV.