It’s been a busy week here at CSIpgh as we launched our Fall 2017 Training Calendar! In case you live under a rock, or are just SUPER busy and haven’t seen our mailer, blog entry, or numerous social media posts, we’ve also hired a skywriter to announce this release — just kidding (or are we?!)
In all seriousness, if you didn’t get to read BSH’s blog post from Wednesday, here is the Cliff Notes version: We are very excited to be bringing you EIGHTEEN classes this fall, including 6 brand-spankin’-new courses to help you step up your product knowledge and installation game. We’ve also made class registration a breeze by creating a new training signup page that includes a user-friendly signup form. (Of course, you are always welcome to call the lovely Sarah Messner and signup over the phone.)
Last weekend we were Vintage Grand Prix in Schenley Park, representing our Diamond Contractors with the Western PA Ductless Dealers cooling tent. CSIpgh employees Sarah Messner, Bill Edmiston, Mark Wallace, and Max Moore were joined by several area Diamond Contractors in handing out over 1,000 bottles of water and providing a brief respite from the heat (for both humans and canines alike) with the ductless display!
The Grand Prix was a great event that help to expose MEHVAC ductless to a diverse crowd of people. Many people were already familiar with ductless technology, and those who were unfamiliar were eager to learn more. Rumor has it there may even have been a few sales leads garnered as well. Overall, we consider the event to have been a roaring success and will definitely be making an appearance in years to come.
As many of you know, the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is a charity that is near and dear to our hearts. If you joined us for last year’s golf outing (or plan to attend this year) your generous contributions help to make a difference to those facing hunger in the Pittsburgh area. Aside from needing monetary donations, the Food Bank is always looking for volunteers, which is why we couldn’t be more proud of CSIpgh employee Justin Kern and his son Gavin for spending their Saturday giving back to the community.
The guys participated in the Food Bank’s Family Volunteer day, which helps to ensure that other families in the region have enough food on the table. They assisted in activities such as preparing food bags to sustain a child over a weekend, and packing boxes with everything needed for a holiday meal. Great work, Kerns!
Thanks for tuning in, stay cool out there!