Focus on Your Future Event Scheduled for Major U.S. Cities

March 1, 2010
“Focus on Your Future,” a new event for residential HVAC contractors, is coming to three U.S. cities.

“Focus on Your Future,” a new event for residential HVAC contractors, is coming to three U.S. cities.

“Focus on Your Future” is co-sponsored by Goodman Manufacturing, Michelin, Barnett Pro Contractor Supplies, Staples, Allied, Johnstone Supply, Wesco Distribution, Clockwork Home Services, and others.

“If you're ready to discover how to grow, survive and thrive in your business today and in the future, you need to attend Focus on Your Future,” says Lon Cassel, industry expert, and one of the event's featured presenters.

“Focus on Your Future” will appear in Orlando, FL on March 26; Las Vegas, NV on April 16; and Dallas, TX on May 7.

Topics will include Buying Right; Advertising Right; and Selling Right.

The Buying Right session will show contractors how to obtain the best products at prices lower than those negotiated by big box retailers.

Advertising Right will provide information on “surefire” advertising methods for less cost.

Selling Right will provide technician-tested and manager-approved selling tips.

In addition, a special workshop will explore strategies for buying and selling a business. Attendees will receive a $237 buying credit, and be entered into a drawing for a $10,000 integrated software package, and a $1,000 voucher to their favorite supply house. Registrants are automatically entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 extended-cab truck.

The first 100 contractors to register will be eligible to win a tuition voucher to cover event registration.

To register, call 800/838-3870 or visit

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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.