Women in HVACR Meeting to Focus on Team Building

Get Ready for Team Building! Women in HVACR (http://www.womeninhvacr.org/) will host their 7th Annual Meeting on September 22, during HVACR Week in conjunction with HVAC Comfortech.

This year’s annual meeting theme will be Team Building, qith distinguished guest speakers and practical business applications to motivate and inspire both men and women alike.

Speakers confirmed so far include:

  • Kim O’Neal -The Women in HVACR President
  • Patti Ellingson- Hands on Team Building Exercise
  • Ruth King- Unraveling the Dynamics of Personalities
  • Sharon McGee- How to say No
  • And a presentation by The Contracting Business Woman of the Year, to be announced in July.

Additional speakers will be announced as they are confirmed. As we continue to grow and thrive, WHVACR invites both women and men to join; engineers, sales associates, business owners, trainers, support professionals and students representing manufacturers, suppliers, contractors and trade associations to get involved with Women in HVACR. Together we can support each other in laying the groundwork for other women to enjoy a prosperous future in this industry.

Register by June 1st for savings on regular registration prices. Come early to meet the Women in HVACR & network with our members.

Kick-Off Reception Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Anual Meeting Wednesday, September 22, 2010
$125.00 Early registration at last year' price. (Now thru June 1st)
$150.00 2010 conference fee (June 2nd – Sept 17th)
$175.00 On site
$250.00 Non-Members (This includes 1 year membership.)

HVACR WEEK has reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Baltimore, 401 West Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. Phone (443) 573-8700.

Event guests should make reservations directly with the hotel's reservation specialists. Be sure to mention you are with HVACR WEEK to get the discounted rate.

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