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HPC18 - In Review

Posted by Lindsay Bachman, HPC Director of Marketing & Communications on May 10, 2018
HPC18 - In Review

At this year's national conference and trade show we networked, learned, laughed and grew! Thank you for sharing your week with us.

To recap, together we:

  • tested and learned about products
  • attended tracks and session on a myriad of topics
  • toured Philly with ECA & MaGrann
  • 'happy houred' with Women In Building Performance & NEST
  • networked at the trade show
  • heard from Cynthia Adams, this years Leadership Award winner
  • were inspired by Mike Rogers to include women and diversity in our workplaces
  • made purchasing decisions with exhibitors
  • joined Efficiency First
  • drank copious amounts of coffee
  • participated in workshops
  • raffled for a TEC DG-1000
  • cheered on the Phillies
  • boogied with the conference band
  • got a free head shot with Faces of EE
  • made tons of friends
  • traveled to DC for contractor lobby day
  • received a total of 22 possible CEUs from BPI, NARI, ASHI, InterNACHI, Nate
  • explored the awesome city of Philadelphia
  • became a more confident, successful leader in the home performance industry
  • & so much more!

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App users can download ALL available presentations for the event by selecting the "Download Slides" button from the settings page. You can also download presentations through these Program Pages! These pages link to the app links to the program pages so all "favorited" sessions & exhibitors will auto-populate your newly downloaded app.    

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