Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange

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Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange

Time: February 21, 2012 to February 22, 2012
Location: Jefferson County Fairgrounds
Street: 15200 W. 6th Ave.
City/Town: Golden, CO 80401
Website or Map: http://www.egia.org/academy/R…
Phone: 1 (866) 367-3442 ext. 385
Event Type: contractor, exchange
Organized By: EGIA
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2012

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Event Description

Hosted by Red Rocks Community College–
Jefferson County Fairgrounds

This Contractor Exchange will be held February 21-22, 2012


The goal of the Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange is to help contractors grow their business in the emerging home performance and clean energy markets. The Exchange will also highlight the opportunities available in home performance.

Sessions feature interactive panel presentations with industry experts and contractors who have successfully incorporated energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives into traditional contracting business models. Contractors and other building trades participants can learn business skills to help them develop, build, and grow their business, and exchange information and experiences in the clean energy field.

This two-day event begins at noon on Tuesday, February 21 and ends at noon on Wednesday, February 22. A hosted reception will take place Tuesday evening.

Who should attend?

Contractors (residential & small commercial), solar, insulation, HVAC, retrofit, program administrators, energy auditors, energy raters, company owners, department managers and other key employees with companies focused on residential and small commercial remodeling, replacement and service contractors. This event is intended for company owners and presidents to attend with their sales, service, installation and financial managers; and other key employees in the organization.

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Contractor based or working in the Rocky Mountain Region: $195.00
$295.00 after Tuesday January 31, 2012

All other attendees (Non-sponsors): $295.00
$395.00 after Tuesday January 31, 2012

To Register for the Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange Click Here

Exhibitor Sponsor: $1,000.00

Gold Level Sponsor: $1,500.00

Green Level Sponsor: $2,500.00


Registration

Registration fee includes: attendance to all activities, one breakfast and two lunch buffets, refreshment breaks, one hosted evening hospitality function and online proceedings of all presentations.

Sponsor opportunities are available which include complimentary attendee registrations and special recognition. This is ideal for organizations planning to bring multiple attendees or offer scholarships to their members. View the available Sponsor Opportunities If you are paying by check please make checks payable to:
     Joe Calabrese
     3800 Watt Ave. Suite 105
     Sacramento CA 95821


 

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