National Comfort Institute and HVAC Comfortech Celebrate 10 Great Years

This year marks 10 years of partnership between National Comfort Institute (NCI) and HVAC Comfortech, “the HVAC industry showplace.” “NCI has long recognized that Comfortech is the best combination of training, networking, and product showcase anywhere in the HVAC industry,”says Dominick Guarino, Chairman and CEO of NCI. "We know its value to contractors and to our membership, and are excited to continue our involvement in this terrific event.”
Each year, Comfortech presents a wide spectrum of speakers and programs designed to help contractors build and strengthen their businesses. NCI has been involved since the early days of Comfortech, conducting popular events such as “The Balancing Act” and “The Wall”. In addition, both NCI staff and outstanding National Comfort Team (NCT), members have been featured speakers each year.
This September during Comfortech, NCI will unveil its new “Comfort House” training exhibit, and provide access to industry leading speakers, including NCI founders Rob Falke and Dominick Guarino, and NCI members David Richardson and Bob Brice.
Richardson and Guarino will give a special presentation titled, “Performance-Based Selling For Fun Profit.”
Brice — an Iowa-based energy consultant and air diagnostics specialist, will present a seminar titled, “Should You Bring Energy Rating Services Into Your Business Mix?”
To encourage NCI member participation in Comfortech 2007 — September 26-29, St. Louis, MO — NCI is offering a special discounted registration rate to NCI members who register through NCI between now and June 30th. As an added incentive, each member who registers qualifies for monthly prize drawings, leading up to the grand prize drawing for a TSI 6130NCI CO Analyzer Kit valued at $850 to be held at Comfortech. Total value of all prizes is more than $2000.
For additional information or to register on-line, visit NCI at

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