2012 ACI Mid-Atlantic Home Performance Conference

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2012 ACI Mid-Atlantic Home Performance Conference

Time: October 1, 2012 at 7am to October 2, 2012 at 5pm
Location: Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Street: 1000 Penn Ave.
City/Town: Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Website or Map: http://www.affordablecomfort.…
Event Type: regional, home, performance, conference, &, trade, show
Organized By: ACI
Latest Activity: Jul 17, 2012

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This two-day regional event provides the best educational experience in the home performance industry, but we don't stop there. ACI combines our unparalleled education component with the ideal networking environment for all sectors of the industry who share the vision to advance the home performance industry and build a stronger community.

This event will feature technical sessions focused on the latest topics affecting this region, including:

•  Cape Cod treatments

•  Damp basements and crawl spaces

•  Regional IAQ concerns connected with attached garages and gas cooking

•  HVAC tune-ups

In addition, we will spotlight new business opportunities in your area, such as:

•  Multifamily and small commercial

•  Retrofitting foreclosed homes

•  Whole house retrofit on a half house wallet

•  Getting the most out of your local trade associations

Our programs' sessions will discuss local program updates and results, as well as successful programs around the region and how to connect with your area realtors. Learn what is impacting the industry in your area and how you can stay ahead of the game.

In addition, ACI showcases the industry's largest trade show, featuring product manufacturers and distributors, educational institutions, utilities, nonprofits, government agencies, industry media, trade associations, energy consultants, and more.

Join us as we host the 2012 ACI Mid-Atlantic Home Performance Conference in our hometown!


The conference will be held at:

The Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh

1000 Penn Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Click here to make a reservation at the group discounted rate.

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