NADCA to Celebrate 20th Anniversary at Annual Meeting & Exhibition
January 22, 2009
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association is celebrating its 20th Anniversary this year, and the kickoff for this milestone will take place at the 20th Annual Meeting & Exposition, March 9-12 at the Caribe Royale in Orlando, Fla.
For this celebratory event, one of NADCA’s primary goals will be to deliver high-impact presentations and educational events. NADCA’s program is designed for HVAC inspection, maintenance and restoration professionals and all other members of the IAQ community.
The meeting begins on Wednesday, March 11 with an anniversary welcome from NADCA founders and other members of the industry. The Annual Meeting’s keynote speech will be given by Michael Wickett, who is known for his explosive enthusiasm, continuous motivation and original humor.
Joel Naroff, chief economist at TD Bank, will provide an assessment and forecast of the current economic pulse. More than anything else, the economy has the greatest potential to dramatically impact the HVAC maintenance and restoration industry. Naroff’s presentation emphasizes the specific factors likely to have an impact on HVAC cleaning businesses.
Rounding out Wednesday’s events is a panel of experienced HVAC professionals who will discuss new opportunities for inspection, maintenance and restoration, and why these words were adopted in the new tagline for the NADCA logo.
Wednesday evening’s poolside reception will be a celebration of NADCA’s milestone year. This event promises food, fun, games and prizes.
Excellent technical presentations are scheduled for Thursday, and will provide information about calculating and documenting energy savings from coil cleaning – a must-attend for individuals with an interest in pursuing the emerging energy market. Attend this session to learn a new method that provides a more direct measure of cost savings than other methods such as static pressure readings.
The new NADCA standard currently in development will also be discussed on Thursday, and attendees will have the chance to discuss and comment on the Association’s latest approach to standardizing the HVAC inspection, maintenance and restoration industry. Closing out the event are presentations on the dangers of carbon monoxide and accessing and cleaning HVAC components.
The meeting program has been shortened by one day to provide attendees the opportunity to depart early or take advantage of the recreational activities available in the Orlando area. The result is a more focused, action-packed program for everyone.
Please visit www.NADCA.com for information on how to register for NADCA’s 20th Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Sponsorship and exhibiting information is also available on www.NADCA.com or by calling NADCA headquarters at (202) 737-2926.