If your in Arizona on August 20th, stop on by and check it out!

APS Home Performance Program Q&A w/new leader Maggie Gibbs!
Join Efficiency First Arizona (EFAZ) in welcoming Maggie into her new role at APS, taking over for Gavin Hastings.  All interested in the energy efficiency industry in Arizona are welcomed at no cost, though there is a Mandatory RSVP to 480.966.1988 so we have enough food for all.  There will be a nice selection of hot appetizers & non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol can be purchased.  Rennick's is easy to get to off of 143 near University Dr. with plenty of free parking.  This will be a festive event with discussion related to the current APS Home Performance Program, Energy Efficiency Rebates, and how EFAZ will be working to facilitate contractor education & positive changes within the program.
www.efficiencyfirstaz.org   

Wednesday, August 20th - 5:30-7:00pm – Free to All w/RSVP to 480.966.1988
APS Sponsoring – Food & Non-Alcoholic Drinks Included. – Alcohol can be purchased.
Welcome the new head of APS Home Performance Maggie Gibbs
Rennick's Restaurant in the Hilton Phoenix Airport Hotel
2435 S. 47th St., Phoenix, AZ - 480.894.1600

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