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Call for Supermarket Panelists: Refrigeration Roundtable

Aug. 23, 2018
We seek a small number of supermarket professionals (system design, procurement, directors of technical development, etc.) to join us for our closed meeting.

In October, Contracting Business will again host leaders in commercial refrigeration, for our 2018 Refrigeration Roundtable, Oct 15-17, Chicago, Ill. (Oct. 15 is a travel day; discussions end by noon on Oct. 17).

Now in its eighth year, we bring together a small number of refrigeration contractors and supermarket professionals, to discuss trends, issues and challenges. We then publish a series of articles summarizing our discussions.

Keilly Witman, president of KW Refrigerant Management Strategy, serves as our moderator.

Our contractor panelists are set, but we are asking our refrigeration contractor readers to suggest (with their customer's permission) people who are among your best store customers.

If you're a supermarket professional who happens to see this request, we'd love to hear from you, too!

We would also welcome a representative expert in warehouse refrigeration.

Titles of prospective panelists would be: managers of refrigeration, directors of facilities, directors of construction, etc.

Panelists must have solid knowledge of current trends, issues and challenges that supermarkets face each day, particularly related to refrigerants and various commercial refrigeration systems.

We will provide travel and lodging for all panelists who join us in Chicago.

The Refrigeration Roundtable is always a great time for idea sharing and networking. It is generously sponsored by leading manufacturers and refrigerant providers.

Contact Terry McIver, at [email protected] / 216-931-9732.

Thank you!

About the Author

Terry McIver | Content Director - CB

A career publishing professional, Terence 'Terry' McIver has served three diverse industry publications in varying degrees of responsibility since 1987, and worked in marketing communications for a major U.S. corporation.He joined the staff of Contracting Business magazine in April 2005.

As director of content for Contracting Business, he produces daily content and feature articles for CB's 38,000 print subscribers and many more Internet visitors. He has written hundreds, if not two or three, pieces of news, features and contractor profile articles for CB's audience of quality HVACR contractors. He can also be found covering HVACR industry events or visiting with manufacturers and contractors. He also has significant experience in trade show planning.